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Watch: AJ Green hauls in insane one-handed TD - wins NFL Catch of the Week

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The Cincinnati Bengals may have made a very poor start to the 2016 NFL season by their standards, but at least they still have AJ Green.

Things would be so much worse if Cincy if it wasn't for the star wide receiver, who had an absolutely incredible game on Sunday against the Cleveland Browns in a hotly contested AFC North encounter.

You want to know how good Green was? He features twice in the NFL's Best Catches of the Week for week seven, and they are both one-handed receptions that would make Odell Beckham Jr. blush.

That is just ridiculous. Number three was incredible in its own right, but the effort that Green came up with that ended up winning is just insane. 

On a Hail Mary attempt that closed out the first half in Cincinnati, Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton lifts one up in the general vicinity of Green and says a prayer. That prayer was answered by the former Georgia man - who fights off multiple Browns defenders to haul in an outrageous touchdown.

Ever since selecting him with the 4th overall pick in the 2011 Draft, Green has been a revelation, making the Pro Bowl every year of his career to date and looks well on his way to making it again. The wideout already has 775 yards with just seven games of the season gone. If he carries on at this pace, the 26-year-old could hit 1800 yards.  

The Bengals went on to win the encounter 31-17 at Paul Brown Stadium, condemning Cleveland to their seventh loss of the season. 

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