Former Alabama running back Kenyan Drake has a knack for making big plays in pivotal situations. 

Most Crimson Tide fans will always think back to the 95-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the national championship game against Clemson, and now the Miami Dolphins fans will have a similar memory of Drake.

With Miami trailing the New York Jets late in the fourth quarter on Sunday, the rookie from Alabama took the kickoff to the house. The touchdown turned out to be the game-winning score and gave the Dolphins its third straight victory.

Dolphins reporter Joe Schad shared this comment from Drake's teammate and fellow Alabama national champion Anthony Steen after the game.

The kickoff return was just the fourth of the season for Drake but it shows how explosive he can be. That touchdown was the first on a kickoff return at home for Miami since the 1970 season.