Alshon Jeffery made an unbelievable catch running down the back of Chris Cook, keeping his large hands grasped around the ball the whole way, and maintaining possession as he went to the ground. It was so incredible that Cook was upset and contacted the official who ruled it a touchdown, and got kicked out of the game. Jeffery is in the process of rewriting the Chicago single-game receiving record: 10 catches, 234 yards, two TDs. Chicago’s up 20-10 in the 4th quarter.
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