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Old 05-02-2005   #1
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This is craziness... he is a bad dude. Catches it with the backside of one hand, and then brings it behind his back... Mariucci doesnt know what to say.

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good find. Thanks
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WOW... Nothing more to say.
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Man this guy has to have some kind of super glue on his hands and eyes behind his back because no one can do that!
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nothing beats the Aaron Moorehead behind the back catch though
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nothing beats the Aaron Moorehead behind the back catch though
Possibly the greatest catch I've ever seen.
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Roy Williams, soom to be the rawest WR in the game, even over AJ. I just dont know what to say.
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any1 got video of Aaron Moorehead's catch?
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Moorehead gets the nod since it happened in an actual game, but Roy Williams sure has some sticky hands.
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Somebody describe Moorehead's catch.

Roy Williams' best catch actually didn't count as a catch. During his Jr. season, the Longhorns were playing at North Carolina. Simms threw a fade pass down the sidelines to Roy that went too far out of bounds. Roy realized he was already out of bounds and without looking reached behind his head and caught the ball with both hands.

Didn't count but it was still amazing to see.
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The ball hit Moorehead's back as he juggled it away from the defender for a TD... Looks like he never even saw the ball.
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Somebody describe Moorehead's catch.

Roy Williams' best catch actually didn't count as a catch. During his Jr. season, the Longhorns were playing at North Carolina. Simms threw a fade pass down the sidelines to Roy that went too far out of bounds. Roy realized he was already out of bounds and without looking reached behind his head and caught the ball with both hands.

Didn't count but it was still amazing to see.
I saw that.. that was impressive.
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Moorehead caught the ball and the defender knocked it out of his hands. The ball went over Moorehead's shoulder and he caught it behind his back while in full stride.
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This is the best catch I have ever seen:



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Dre Bly had no idea where the Ball even went

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Moorehead caught the ball and the defender knocked it out of his hands. The ball went over Moorehead's shoulder and he caught it behind his back while in full stride.
and then outran the defender, truely amazing
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Brandon Lloyd's sideline 1 hander is the best catch I've ever seen. Lloyd had both tiptops inbounds, and while falling, 1-handed the ball. Amazing. I'll try to find a video.

Edit: http://www.syxton.com/files/49ers/B...The%20Catch.avi
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after watching Lloyd in D-Rek's video, I would think its pure dumb luck anytime Lloyd does anything half-assed decent, much less spectacular.
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Behold, the greatest preseason catch of all-time! (the moorehead catch)

http://gallery.steventara.net/Colts/...moorehead.html
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