The 13 Most Impossible Completions of the 2018 NFL Season

NFL Next Gen Stats technology estimates a completion probability for every pass thrown. Despite overwhelming odds, these passes ended up in the receiver's hands.

Dalton Drops It In The Bucket, Ross Does The Rest

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Confidence in his receiver can allow a quarterback to complete some absurd passes.

That's exactly the case with this 22-yard touchdown pass from Andy Dalton to John Ross from week 11.

The completion probability on this pass was a mere 12.3%, making this the most improbable completion of the season so far.

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Confidence in his receiver can allow a quarterback to complete some absurd passes.

That's exactly the case with this 22-yard touchdown pass from Andy Dalton to John Ross from week 11.

The completion probability on this pass was a mere 12.3%, making this the most improbable completion of the season so far.

When Dalton released the pass, Ross was still a good 16 yards away from the end zone with Marlon Humphrey in excellent position.

But Ross turned on that 4.22 speed to get Humphrey, who was a USA Today All-American in track and field in high school, on his heels.

Ross then outmuscled the bigger Humphrey to make a sensational catch.

Through 14 weeks, six of Ross's 18 receptions this season have been for touchdowns.

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