Quincy Enunwa got back on track Sunday during the Jets' 22-17 loss to the Patriots.
Enunwa was targeted five times and reeled in all five passes, accumulating 109 yards and one touchdown -- the already infamous Butt Touchdown.
"Honestly I didn't really know (if I scored) because I wasn't expecting the ball. If you watch I kind of looked up late," Enunwa told reporters about his touchdown. "I was just running, happened to get behind him, heard the crowd get a little loud so that's when I looked up and the ball happened to be there."
He had just one reception each game during Week 9 against the Dolphins and Week 10 against the Rams.
Enunwa has 43 catches for 643 yards and four touchdowns this season.
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Enunwa delivered with the first 100-yard game of his career, spectacularly bringing down a jump ball for the go-ahead touchdown and making a few nice diving catches downfield to extend drives. It was an excellent bounce-back game for Enunwa, who had just two catches for 32 yards - on nine targets - in the previous two games.
Fitzpatrick's 40-yard hook-up with Enunwa in the first half was the first time all season he's completed a pass thrown more than 30 yards down the field (although he did have one negated by a penalty in week two). He entered the game 0-for-7 on such throws having gone 3-for-22 last year. >> Read more about the performance of Enunwa and the rest of the team in the full BGA here!