Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin goes up, up, up to make brilliant catch

MINNEAPOLIS -- Wide receiver Doug Baldwin gave the sluggish Seattle Seahawks offense a feel-g0od moment on Sunday, making a spectacular one-handed catch early in the third quarter of the NFC wild-card game against the Minnesota Vikings at TCF Bank Stadium.

On a third-and-10 from the Seattle 20, Russell Wilson threw a high pass to Baldwin, who climbed an invisible ladder to pull it down with one hand for a 17-yard gain. Eat your heart out, Odell Beckham Jr. It was a key first down for the Seahawks, but they squandered the opportunity. They're doing a lot of that.

Four minutes later, Wilson ruined his team's best drive of the day by throwing an interception, wasting a highlight-film play by Baldwin.