It was a power run by the Jets with left guard Laken Tomlinson pulling to his right. He blocked linebacker Alex Singleton, creating a gaping hole. With fullback Nick Bawden as an escort, Hall burst through the point of attack, hit a max speed of 21.5 mph and cruised to the end zone with 13:29 left in the third quarter.
It was poetic justice for Hall, who suffered a season-ending knee injury in Denver last season in Week 7. Just this week, coach Robert Saleh lifted the "pitch count" for Hall, saying the second-year back had no playing-time limitations.