J.P. Losman’s first touchdown pass
There are many Bills fans that would like to forget J.P. Losman’s time with the organization. The Bills made an aggressive move in the NFL Draft to trade up with the Dallas Cowboys to select Losman. This is also the same draft class with players like Eli Manning, Ben Roethlisberger, and Phillip Rivers.
While Losman didn’t pan out like some of the other quarterbacks selected in the first round, his first touchdown pass was certainly a memorable one. In the closing minutes of the first half of the 2005 home opener against the Houston Texans, Losman found, then tight end, Jason Peters in the back of the end zone to give the team a 19-7 lead.
This is the same Jason Peters, who is currently the starting left tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles. Prior to his position switch, that resulted in nine Pro Bowls and two First-Team All-Pro selections, Peters actually entered the league as a tight end out of Arkansas.
Clearly the move to offensive tackle worked for Peters but he will always have the one touchdown reception from 2005.