Patrick Mahomes, Kyler Murray, Jarvis Landry and more weigh in on Miami Dolphins OL Robert Hunt's impressive play

Just because he's an offensive tackle doesn't mean he can't score a touchdown, right?

Unfortunately, that is correct. Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Robert Hunt was called for illegal touching during Miami's 22-10 win over the Baltimore Ravens. But had he been an eligible receiver, it would have been quite possibly one of the best touchdowns ever scored.

The now-famous play came early in the fourth quarter when Hunt caught a screen pass from Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. Hunt did a full-body flip over a Ravens defender and managed to stretch the ball across the goal line before falling on his head. Again, the touchdown did not count, but it will live rent-free in football fans' heads for a very, very long time.

NFL Twitter now wants to cement Hunt in league history for the greatest touchdown that never actually happened.

On Friday, the Dolphins celebrated Hunt's efforts at their facility by updating the wrap on their elevator door to a photo of Hunt's goal line leap.