In the span of 13 seconds on the game clock, cornerback Tim Jennings flipped the fourth-quarter momentum of Sunday's game at Rogers Centre and sent the Chicago Bears on the way to their fifth victory of the season.
The Bears trailed the Buffalo Bills 19-14 with 9 minutes, 16 seconds remaining in the game. The Bills had taken over possession at their 29-yard line when quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick spotted receiver Steve Johnson with a step on Jennings down the right hashmark.
Jennings had played a double move too aggressively, and although safety Chris Harris was sprinting to help, Johnson was open for a big play. Fitzpatrick's pass was a bit late and slightly underthrown, however, and that's all Jennings needed to make a leaping and juggling interception at the Bears' 38-yard line.
Had Johnson caught the ball, the Bills would have been in position to take at least an eight-point lead. Instead, Jennings landed on his feet, turned upfield and ripped off a 39-yard return down the left sideline.
"I was most definitely beat on that play," Jennings said. "It was a man-to-man call, and [Steve Johnson] ran a double move. I just wanted to use my safety as help so I stayed on the outside because I had inside help. He threw it inside, so I was able to run up under him and make a play on the ball.
"I had to play it kind of aggressive, because I didn't want to give up the hitch route, so I played the first move. He ran the double move and it was a great play call, but I just played my fundamentals, stayed outside and he threw it where I could make a play on the ball."
It was the decisive moment of Sunday's game.