Found January 24, 2013 on The Saints Nation:
After a rough beginning of the season which saw young receiver Joe Morgan really struggle to catch the football, he came into his own as the season progressed by making big time plays down the field.  Of all the plays he made this year, none was more ridiculous than this one where he showed amazing body control to not go down and then impressive leaping ability to get in the end zone.   Previous entries: #4 Malcolm Jenkins catches Vincent Jackson from behind #5 Ivory beast run vs. Falcons #6 Patrick Robinson's 98 yard INT return of Michael Vick #7 Lance Moore's Catch vs. Panthers #8 Patrick Robinson pushes Mike Williams Out of Bounds for the win #9 Blocked punt by Martez Wilson and recovery/TD by Courtney Roby #10 Devery Henderson's one handed grab 
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