Why Dolphins' Hail Mary TD return versus Jets was wrong.

If he had listened to his coaching, Miami Dolphins safety Jevon Holland would not have returned a Hail Mary 99 yards for a score in the first half of Friday's 34-13 win against the New York Jets.

After the whistle has blown, "I have the red light to return any Hail Mary," Holland told Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio. I mean it when they say they want me to destroy it.

The score was tight, though, and halftime was approaching at that very second. I thought, "You know what? I was like, "You know what? I've always wanted to do that." We may as well give it a go. In the end, it worked out for the best.

With a few seconds left in the first half with a Miami lead of 10-6, Jets quarterback Tim Boyle tried a Hail Mary pass from around 55 yards out, but it missed the end zone. 

In order to retrieve what was basically an arm punt, Holland got off his feet and ran down the field before coming face-to-face with Boyle inside the New York 15-yard line. 

I thought, "OK!" as I stepped back and faced the quarterback in a one-on-one situation. My career may begin with this touchdown, " While chatting with Florio, Holland persisted

I felt elated at that very moment. There was no way you could tackle me when it was just Tim Boyle and myself.

Holland shocked the host team's fans at MetLife Stadium by reaching the end zone after a last drive of more than 124 yards.

Stay tuned for developments.