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Steelers WR Mike Wallace with his catch of the year submission from MNF

Pittsburgh Steelers WR Mike Wallace had a tumultuous offseason trying to get a new contract, and then has struggled mightily this year.  This catch though shows his true athleticism, which is purely unbelievable.  After seeing the replay multiple times I still couldn’t believe he managed to pin the ball between his knees well enough to hold onto it for the touchdown. This has to be up for catch of the year.

[GIF via: @cjzero

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