Golden Tate's incredible one-handed touchdown catch

Look coach Pete, one hand!

The Seattle Seahawks acquired star receiver Percy Harvin in the offseason but he has yet to be activated this season as he recovers from a hip injury. The Seahawks are hoping to get Harvin back next week against his former team, the Minnesota Vikings, but don't forget that they already have a pretty talented wide receiver. He may not get the same amount of publicity, the most name recognition, or a very good reputation among opposing fans, but Golden Tate can do some amazing things.

Some really, really amazing things.

Watch the GIF here or on YouTube here.

Tate caught this 6-yard touchdown from Russell Wilson with :08 seconds left before the half in Atlanta against the Falcons. It gave the Seahawks a 23-3 lead on the road but also reminds fans that "the guy that caught the controversial game-winner against the Packers on Monday night last year" is also really, really good at catching footballs.

Just imagine if Seattle had Tate and Harvin at the same time.

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