Found August 26, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:

For those of you that didn't watch Friday night's CFL affair between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Montreal Alouettes, you might have missed the block of the year in professional football.

After Hamilton's Henry Burris threw an interception to Montreal defensive back Jerald Brown, Tiger Cats wide receiver Onrea Jones attempted to make the tackle.

Onrea didn't have a chance to make the play after getting flattened by Montreal's Kyries Hebert:

(Courtesy of Total Pro Sports)

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