Jets' Juston Burris Tackled by Teammate on Interception Return vs. Bills

Zac Wassink@https://twitter.com/ZacWassinkFeatured ColumnistSeptember 10, 2017

The New York Jets finished their first defensive stand of the 2017 season with an interception, but Gang Green could only celebrate that achievement so much because of how the play ended.

With roughly nine minutes on the clock in the first quarter of Sunday's game versus the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium, cornerback Juston Burris intercepted a pass thrown by quarterback Tyrod Taylor.

Burris returned the ball past the New York 35-yard line and still had plenty of room in front of him before teammate Marcus Maye was pushed into him, forcing an unintentional tackle.

Give the Jets credit for making two stops on one play.

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