Jets WR Quincy Enunwa had four receptions for a team-high 93 yards and one touchdown during the Jets' 31-28 win over the Browns on Sunday.
His touchdown came on a 24-yard reception, where he broke a number of tackles before reaching the end zone.
"It was one of those plays where I just kinda wanted to get in the end zone no matter what," Enunwa told reporters after the game. "I wanted to make a play for our team and get us going."
He also had a 57-yard reception in the third quarter that helped set up a touchdown when the Jets went for it on 4th-and-1 from near the goal line.
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick was impressed by Enunwa's performance.
"He's playing with so much confidence," Fitzpatrick said. "Even today to have a couple drops, and to come back and be confident. That's a new guy, that's a guy that's really grown up the last two years. He wants the ball, he wants to make those plays, which sometimes sounds silly, everybody wants to make plays like that, but he's really got his confidence level up. He wants to be that guy, and he's really come through this year for us. We expect a lot out of him, and expect him to continue doing it."
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Enunwa continues to spark the Jets, as his spectacular 24-yard touchdown catch saw him slip past four Browns defenders to get into the end zone. Enunwa led the Jets with 93 yards on four catches and remains on course for a potential thousand-yard season as he has 502 yards at the halfway stage.
However, it wasn't Enunwa's most consistent performance, as he let three catchable balls hit the turf -- not including the ball which he ripped away from a defender to save a turnover, but then couldn't hang onto for what could have been a long touchdown >> Read this week's BGA for more on the performance of the receivers and the rest of the team during Sunday's win