It was a really interesting play. It's hard to imagine that it unfolded the way it was drawn up (if it even was drawn up), given that Masoli had to sprint backwards to avoid the rush. It was a minor miracle that he even made the throw. But then they still managed to pull off the pass back to the QB.
You never know what Fantuz is going to do with the ball when he makes a catch in the dying seconds of a half. Usually he tries an onside kick, but not this game.
Andy touched the ball in more ways, and more times, than he probably ever has: 15 catches (plus the 2-pt convert), holding on kicks, a (not very effective) short kick-off, a (legal) pitch back to his QB at the end of H2, and an (illegal) pitch forward at the end of H1. I'll hazard to guess that no one has ever done that combination of things in any football game, anywhere. When else would someone be a holder one play and a kicker the next?