The Cincinnati Bengals' first passing touchdown of Super Bowl LVI wasn't thrown by quarterback Joe Burrow.
On a second-and-goal in the second quarter, Burrow pitched the ball to running back Joe Mixon. But instead of running toward the end zone, Mixon lofted a pass to wide receiver Tee Higgins for a six-yard touchdown.
After Evan McPherson's extra point, the Bengals had cut the Rams' lead to three at 13-10.
Just how gutsy of a call was that by Cincinnati? Well, Joe Mixon had never attempted a pass during his five-year NFL career prior to the trick play.
Mixon did throw one pass during his college days at Oklahoma, and that one resulted in a touchdown as well (H/T ESPN).