Seahawks WR Golden Tate makes ridiculous one-handed TD catch

Golden Tate flexes as he hauls in a one-handed touchdown pass against the Falcons. (Fox)
Golden Tate flexes as he hauls in a one-handed touchdown pass against the Falcons. (Fox)

The only thing better than a ridiculous one-handed catch is a ridiculous one-handed catch where the receiver flexes. That's what Seahawks Golden Tate did just before halftime against the Falcons on Sunday.

On third-and-5 from the six-yard line, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson lofted a pass to the corner of the end zone and Tate somehow managed to make the spectacular catch below. Here's what Tate had to do for the touchdown: he had to make a one-handed catch, with a defender on his back and keep both feet in bounds. And of course, he had to look good doing it, so the inadvertent flex was a nice touch.  

Here's what a one-handed touchdown catch looks like. (Fox)
Here's what a one-handed touchdown catch looks like. (Fox)

The score gave the Seahawks a 23-3 lead over the Falcons.

(Wink of the CBS Eye Bleacher Report and Guyism on Twitter)

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