Xavier Gipson's position in Jets' history should be marked with an asterisk.
ESPN's officiating analyst, John Parry, pointed out a missed tripping infraction during Gipson's game-winning punt return for a touchdown against the Bills.
Parry suggested adding an asterisk because of the uncalled tripping incident near the 23-yard line, executed by No. 55, which, if flagged, would have nullified the touchdown.
Parry also highlighted an overlooked tripping violation by Jets' linebacker Chazz Surratt during the play.
Surratt's inadvertent leg trip of Bills' player Quintin Morris near the 27-yard line paved the way for Gipson's touchdown.
ESPN announcer Joe Buck mentioned that this action could have warranted a penalty but ultimately resulted in a remarkable victory for the Jets on the punt return.
Parry's assertion that the punt return had a tripping violation was not as evident as he claimed.
The Bills had several opportunities to stop Gipson before he reached the red zone.