Eli Rogers’ first NFL TD is one of the craziest you’ll ever see
Pittsburgh Steelers wideout Eli Rogers will always remember his first NFL touchdown and not just for sentimental reasons.
Ben Roethlisberger threw a bullet to Sammie Coates on Monday night that deflected off the second-year wideout and hit Rogers in the facemask. Rogers immediately put his hands up and corralled the bobbled pass for one of the strangest touchdown passes you’ll see.
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The touchdown gave the Steelers a 14-6 halftime lead against the Redskins. Rogers entered the break with six catches for 59 yards and that wacky score. Roethlisberger also passed Joe Montana for 13th all-time in passing touchdowns on that memorable catch.