Mike Wallace's touchdown catch in Chiefs-Steelers game was awesome

Jeff Zelevansky

Catch of the year?

Steelers receiver Mike Wallace had what has to be one of the candidates for catch of the year in the Steelers Monday Night Football game against the Chiefs.

After a Ben Roethlisberger scramble, the Steelers faced a first down on the Chiefs seven yard line. Roethlisberger dropped back to pass and eventually found Wallace in the corner of the end zone.

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As you can see, Wallace was covered fairly well by the Chiefs defensive back. There's no defense for a catch like that.

The play was reviewed but it was confirmed a touchdown by the referees. The question is whether Wallace had control of the ball. Check out this shot, where it looks like he's starting to gain control of the ball:

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There is some question about the catch but it was ruled a touchdown and it was enough for the Steelers to tie it up with the Chiefs on Monday night.

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