WATCH: Martavis magic! Bryant scores two TDs in season debut

Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant somehow got his leg down for his first touchdown catch of the season.
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Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant picked up right where he left off in his 2015 debut on Sunday against Arizona.

Bryant, playing for the first time after a four-game suspension for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy, made two huge plays in leading Pittsburgh to a 25-13 victory over the Cardinals, and he did it with Landry Jones filling in for injured Michael Vick at quarterback.

Trailing 10-6 in the third quarter, Bryant made an unbelieveable catch for an 8-yard touchdown, somehow managing to get down in bounds as he was hit in the back of the end zone. Bryant’s second foot appears to land after he is already out of bounds, but if you slow down the replay, you can see his shin and/or knee just barely making contact with the ground ahead of time to make it a legal catch. 

Bryant then put the game away with a ridiculous 88-yard catch and run to the end zone with two minutes remaining that gave the Steelers a 25-13 lead. 

Bryant finished the day with six receptions for 137 yards and the two touchdowns. He was eligible to return from his suspension last week but sat out with a reported knee injury. He scored eight touchdowns in 10 games as a rookie last season.

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