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Paul Richardon Joining the Contest for Best One-Handed Catch

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The Seattle Seahawks rallied past the Lions 26-6. Thomas Rawls and Paul Richardson had a night to remember. Rawls racked up 101 yards before the end of the first half. He finished the game with 161 yards and a touchdown.

Paul Richardson made two ridiculous one-handed catches catching viewers off-guard.

One game in the second quarter in the endzone. Hardly anybody expected it to be counted as a catch. The second one-handed catch game with less than five minutes left in the game. Richardson finished with 48 yards, but made big plays when it mattered most.