How on earth did Seahawks WR Paul Richardson (who?) make this touchdown catch?
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Paul Richardson had a grand total of one postseason catch heading into Saturday’s NFC wild card matchup with the Detroit Lions.
One. Uno. Ein.
That’s OK — Richardson’s second postseason catch will be part of highlight reels for years.
It might be the catch of the year in the NFL.
Catch of the year??
— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) January 8, 2017
Richardson, who is seeing an increase in snaps because of the Seahawks’ loss of Tyler Lockett, is a third-year player out of Colorado who had played 52 games in three years but had only two touchdowns.
Because of that, we’re going to ignore what is a pretty clear facemask penalty for now and just enjoy one superb haul.
Update: Richardson is still doing awesome things:
.@Prich10 is out here making it look easy.
— NFL (@NFL) January 8, 2017