Just want to help answer my posts. I found the answer for this. What's happening is that the ASA see's the TCP traffic going there, but the router sends it straight to the host on the return, therefore, the ASA doesn't see the correct tcp sequence, and kills the connection.
I worked around this using a feature called TCP-State-Bypass. You can find more details on it using this doc:
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