Washington Football Team kicker Dustin Hopkins recovered his own kickoff midway through the second quarter of Washington's game vs. the Bills.
The kickoff landed just inside Buffalo's 20-yard-line and bounced back toward Hopkins and the rest of the kicking team, allowing the Washington kicker to eventually fall on the loose football.
Hopkins's kickoff followed a 73-yard touchdown reception by Antonio Gibson. And, as a result of the recovery, Washington retained the football and needed just six plays to score a second touchdown in just over a two-minute span to cut the Buffalo lead to 21—14.
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