Amari Cooper's juggling catch against the Vikings.

The Dallas Cowboys were using an unusual quarterback Sunday, with backup Cooper Rush starting thanks to Dak Prescott being ruled out with a calf injury. But they still found a lot of success through the air, with Rush throwing for 325 yards and two touchdowns against one interception, and a lot of that was about the performance of Amari Cooper. Cooper had eight catches for 122 yards and a touchdown on the night, but his most amazing came on the Cowboys’ game-winning drive inside the final two minutes, with him making a juggling move to catch a pass that deflected off of Minnesota cornerback Bashaud Breeland:

That’s an amazing catch. And Rush found Cooper again for another first down on the next play. The drive stalled a bit after that, but Ezekiel Elliott then got the Cowboys into first and goal with a great catch-and-run:

And that then set up this touchdown pass to Cooper:

A good defensive stand by the Cowboys then gave them the 20-16 win. But the three key catches from Cooper on that final offensive drive were a huge part of that victory. And that juggling catch from Cooper is one of the most remarkable NFL catches this year.

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