The game was already well in-hand for the Chicago Bears, but Seattle Seahawks receiver Mike Williams made an impressive garbage-time touchdown catch off a tipped ball at Soldier Field. Cornerback Charles Tillman went for the interception at the goalline, only to see Williams scoop the ball off his hands inches from the turf. In a game of lowlights and dropped pass for the Seahawks, Williams' catch was a fun bright spot
Watch the video and savor the moment.
Williams has had an outstanding year considering all he's been through. After literally eating his way out of the league, Williams got himself back into playing shape and convinced head coach Pete Carroll to give him one more chance ahead of the 2010 season. Carroll did and the Seahawks reaped the benefits.
Williams was rightfully rewarded with a three-year extension following the end of the regular season. If it weren't for Michael Vick's outstanding year with the Philadelphia Eagles, there's little doubt Williams would've been the NFL comeback player of the year. Even without the award, it's been fun to watch the resurrection of his career in a Seahawks uniform this season.
Here's to seeing more impressive catches from Williams over the next three years in Seattle.