There's an Antwaan Randle El video making the internet rounds today. In it, the Steelers wideout makes a ridiculous one-handed grab against the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Steelers were facing second and six at the Bengals 40 yard line with just over a minute to play in the second half. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger drops back and fires a strike that appears to be over Randle El's head.
Except that the former Indiana Hoosier leaps and pulls the ball in with one arm, making one of the best catches of the season at Cincinnati's 20 yard line.
Randle El's play would help set up a Pittsburgh field goal on the drive to put the Steelers up 10-7 at halftime.
The nine year veteran out of Indiana hasn't been a huge part of the Steelers offense this season, totalling just 224 yards on 19 receptions for the year. The former quarterback has attempted just one pass, a 39-yard touchdown strike, on the season but is still capable of making plays like this one.
Pittsburgh's defense was the real story on the day, picking off Cincinnati's Carson Palmer three times, two of which were returned for touchdowns. They helped Pittsburgh move to 10-3 on the year with a 23-7 victory. They've won four straight after a 1-2 stretch earlier this year and are in a position to win the AFC North.
Pittsburgh has also beaten the Bengals twice during Cincy's 10 game losing streak.