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.

Leonte Carroo Answered Ryan Tannehill's Prayer

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Ryan Tannehill basically tossed up a prayer on this play, and Leonte Carroo answered.

The pass had a completion probability of just 16.2%, making this one of the most improbable completions of the season.

Indianapolis Colts cornerback Pierre Desir is 6-foot-1 and has a 35-inch vertical jump.

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Ryan Tannehill basically tossed up a prayer on this play, and Leonte Carroo answered.

The pass had a completion probability of just 16.2%, making this one of the most improbable completions of the season.

Indianapolis Colts cornerback Pierre Desir is 6-foot-1 and has a 35-inch vertical jump.

Leonte Carroo is 6-foot and has a 35.5-inch vertical jump.

That's basically a dead heat, but Carroo still Moss'd him.

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