Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley climbed a ladder Sunday afternoon to make a ridiculous one-handed catch against the Arizona Cardinals.

Having the presence of mind to bring both feet in-bounds as he was pushed out by Cardinals’ cornerback Byron Murphy, Cole Beasley ensured that the Bills converted what had been a second-and-long situation. One of his three catches on the late fourth quarter drive, the wideout proved integral in helping Buffalo take a 30-26 lead with 39 seconds remaining in regulation–on another Josh Allen pass to fellow receiver Stefon Diggs.

While the 22-yard catch would be his longest catch on the day, Beasley finished the afternoon with 11 catches, recording 109 receiving yards and a touchdown reception.

Despite holding the four-point lead with under a minute to go, the Cardinals and quarterback Kyler Murray still took the victory with a 43-yard bomb to DeAndre Hopkins for the score and the lead.

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