Jaguars' Myles Jack rips TD catch away from Bengals for pick in end zone

The Jacksonville Jaguars' defense hasn't made a lot of big plays this season, but linebacker Myles Jack came up with the biggest so far on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals -- and he somehow did it without even looking at the ball.

Bengals rookie quarterback Joe Burrow tried to hit tight end Drew Sample in the back of the end zone early in the second quarter and Sample went up to get the throw, but Jack -- who had his back to Burrow -- reached up with both hands and pulled the ball out of Sample's hands while they were falling to the ground.

Jack was able to secure the catch before rolling out of bounds, preserving a 7-3 Jaguars lead.