Dolphins CB Brent Grimes with unreal one-handed INT vs. Lions
Brent Grimes does not need two hands to catch the ball.
If you were hoping to see a ridiculous one-handed interception during NFL action on Sunday, Brent Grimes has you covered.
During the second quarter of Miami's game in Detroit, Grimes made what might go down as the interception of the decade in the NFL.
Not only was the pick awesome, but it came at a pivotal time for the Dolphins. On the previous play, Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill had thrown an interception that Lions defensive back James Ihedigbo returned 70-yards to the Dolphins' 16-yard line.
After a 15-yard face-mask penalty, the Lions started their ensuing drive on Miami's 31-yard line and that's when Grimes picked off Matthew Stafford.
You can follow the Lions-Dolphins on our CBSSports.com game tracker here.
Optimus Grimes shuts down Megatron with an awesome one-handed pick. pic.twitter.com/c6EVM0Hrnd— NFLonCBS (@NFLonCBS) November 9, 2014
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