New England receiver N’Keal Harry put the Patriots in the end zone on a highlight reel catch.
In the fourth quarter against Kansas City, Jarrett Stidham threw a red zone fade to the Toronto-born Harry.
Jarrett Stidham and N'Keal Harry connect for the TD! #GoPats
— NFL (@NFL) October 6, 2020
Harry used all of his six-foot-four, 225-pound frame to lay out for the football in the back corner. He recorded three receptions for 21 yards and one touchdown in New England’s 26-10 loss as the Patriots dropped to 2-2 on the season.
It was quite a week and day for Harry and his teammates. Quarterback Cam Newton tested positive for COVID-19, which pushed the Week 4 matchup with the Chiefs from Sunday afternoon to Monday night.
The Pats were up at approximately 4 a.m. ET for coronavirus testing, flew to Kansas City on separate planes and played the same night. Considering all that was going on, it’s impressive Bill Belichick’s crew wasn’t blown out by Patrick Mahomes and company.
The 22-year-old Harry was selected in the first round, 32nd overall during the 2019 NFL draft out of Arizona State University. He played seven games as an NFL rookie and made five catches for 39 yards.
Harry’s targets should increase as the season progresses.