The Kansas City Chiefs held their first lead of the season on "Monday Night Football," but it didn't last that long thanks to the hands (and legs) of Steelers star wideout Mike Wallace.
Late in the first half with the Chiefs leading 10-3, Pittsburgh took advantage of good field position and drove down to Kansas City's 7-yard line. On 1st and goal, tight end Heath Miller lined up on Big Ben's far left with Wallace on his right. Although ESPN announcer Jon Gruden pointed out that Miller was in single coverage with a size advantage, Roethlisberger went the other way and threw a pass to the back right corner of the end zone for Wallace.
The speedy four-year veteran barely got behind Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers and somehow managed to reel in the pass with just his right hand-- and his legs. Wallace pulled the ball down with his hand and then stuck the ball in between his thighs on his way to the ground to keep it from touching the grass for the touchdown.
Thanks to the Big Lead, scroll down to view the perfect angles of Wallace's amazing catch over, and over again.
It was the Steelers' only touchdown of the game as they needed less than a minute of overtime to beat the Chiefs 16-13.