At 5'10", 189 pounds, Seattle Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin isn't the biggest wideout in the NFL, but his athleticism helps him play bigger than he is.
And he was able to show off that ridiculous athleticism early in the third quarter of Sunday's Wild Card Game against the Minnesota Vikings.
On the Seahawks' opening drive of the second half, Baldwin made a wicked catch to move the chains on 3rd-and-10. Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson threw a high pass to Baldwin over the middle of the field, and somehow, the receiver was able to leap and snag the football with one hand.
Seventeen-yard gain. First down.
Get a good look at that catch. You'll be seeing it on highlight reels for years to come.
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