Thanks to intrepid reader Alan, I have a clip of A.J.’s remarkable fourth quarter catch in the Florida game to show you.
Just for fun, here’s his one-handed TD reception in the Colorado game:
You make the call – which one’s better?
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I heart him.
Two great catches……. two losses.
Thanks for that, Debbie Downer. 😉
In all honesty, I think the catch he made against UT…you know the one where he was murdered by two defenders but held on to the ball…is his best catch of the season.
I agree. The UT and CU catch are 1A and 1B. This one is great, but ehhh compared to those.
Colorado. The Florida one is a great catch, but his ability to go up, control his body, get the ball with one hand and maintain focus to bring the ball in as he’s falling to the ground and hold on to it is simply unbelievable against Colorado.
Agree, good receivers will occasionally pull off a difficult, tough catch like the one against Florida. But nearly everyone on the planet could be given a lifetime to do what AJ did at CU and never come close. That one catch defines the difference in AJ and others.
One more year! One more year! One more year!
(please NFL, screw this up and let AJ come back)
If the football God’s are looking to make up the past couple of season to us UGA fans, an NFL lockout wouldn’t be a bad start. God I’d love t have this man-child on the field for four years (and if they really want to make it up, make his fourth year injury and agent free!!)
I don’t know which catch is better, but next year I hope these debates happen after games played on Sunday rather than Saturday.
Huge blitz pickup from King on that play. He did that a few times Saturday.
Enjoy it cause he is so gone.
Don’t get the hoopla over this particular catch.
The Colorado catch was amazing.
AJ’s best catch this season was vs UT inside the UT 20. He got hit very hard and had to come out after the play. Any other WR drops it.
But it doesn’t really matter since we lost both games.
Or this one from High School:
“We don’t like to think of ourselves as the hunted, we like to think of ourselves as the hunter,” Bellamy said. “I want to go undefeated. We’re 7-0 and we don’t plan on losing any games.”– Davin Bellamy, AB-H, 10/20/17
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