The Baltimore Ravens special-teamer returned the second-half opening kickoff 108 yards for a touchdown Sunday, setting a playoff record and tying the NFL mark. (And then he celebrated in style by doing Ray Lewis' usual pregame dance in the end zone.) Jones also took a Joe Flacco pass 56 yards at the end of the first half for a score, meaning he scored two long touchdowns in just over two minutes of game action at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
On a night when Joe Flacco played out of his mind, a special-teams touchdown is the last thing the San Francisco 49ers needed to give up. Jones, meanwhile, added to his kickoff return on Sunday by also setting the Super Bowl record for combined yardage with 290.
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