On Saturday, receiver Jabar Gaffney tied his career-high in touchdown receptions (5, New England 2007), and did it in spectacular fashion.
With six minutes left in the third quarter and the ball at the Vikings 5-yard line, Grossman dropped back to pass. Gaffney did a simple slant from the right side, and got one-on-one coverage in the middle of the end zone. Grossman fired the ball to him high, the only place where Gaffney could make a play.
And he did:
He then proceeded to do his latest touchdown celebration, the “You Can’t See Me” gesture in front of his facemask. He then did a modified “Landover Leap,” this time landing on a willing recipient, and getting back slaps all around. This was the go-ahead touchdown at this point in the game.