Houston Texas star wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins hauled in the Catch of the Year for a touchdown during the Christmas Day matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
With the Texans being shut out by the Pittsburgh defense, Houston was able to show some signs of life with his miraculous catch over Joe Haden.
Hopkins reached up with one hand to catch the ball, but ended up tipping it back up in the air. He was then able to relocate the ball and grab possession before pulling off a Christmas miracle to get both feet in bounds.
Check out Hopkins’ effort to keep the play alive:
Halftime during the Celtics and Wizards gave me chance to see the catch of the year by DeAndre Hopkins…Sheesh!!! pic.twitter.com/0blUG1n10h
— NBA Lowdown (@NBALowdown) December 25, 2017
Here is a look at the full play and multiple angles of the touchdown catch.
— NFL (@NFL) December 25, 2017
Take a bow, Nuk.
Unfortunately for the Texans, the touchdown barely made a dent in the Steelers’ lead and Pittsburgh now holds a 34-6 lead.
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