What kind of day has it been? Well, how does 12 catches for 300 yards and a touchdown sound? Yes, you read that correctly. THREE HUNDRED YARDS.
The catch to reach 300 was this 75-yarder down the right sideline that brought him to exactly the triple-century mark.
Look: 300 yards is absolutely bonkers. So we can't just show you one highlight. We've gotta give you some more. Check this stuff out:
The long touchdown left him 36 yards away from the NFL's single-game record for receiving yards, which was set by Flipper Anderson back in 1989. Julio joins Anderson, Calvin Johnson, and Stephone Paige as the only receivers in the Super Bowl era to rack up a 300-yard game.