New Orleans Saints star Marshon Lattimore has taken one of the most remarkable interceptions in NFL history.
As if there wasn’t already enough animosity and history between the Saints and Atlanta Falcons, now there’s a crazy interception to add to the list, from the first half of Monday's game in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Matt Ryan’s pass for Marvin Hall was batted up by Hall, and landed on the butt of a diving Lattimore.
It never touched the ground before Lattimore gripped it with one leg then rolled over and claimed it as his own.
Catch of the Rear.
It held up on review, so there was no taking it back(side) for the Falcons.
Drew Brees created a little history of his own as the Saints secured a play-off berth with a 23-13 win.
Brees joined Peyton Manning and Brett Favre as the only quarterbacks in the history of the NFL to throw for more than 70,000 yards.
The Saints quarterback threw for 239 yards and a 54-yard touchdown pass to Ted Ginn Jr as the Saints dominated on both sides of the ball.
Sean Payton's defence forced a Falcons fumble on the Saints' two-yard line at the start of the third quarter and stopped Atlanta on fourth and goal from the one-yard line at the start of the fourth quarter to frustrate the visitors.
Carolina's 22-19 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers means the NFC South title won't be decided until the final week of the season.
The Panthers needed Cam Newton's two-yard fumble recovery with 35 seconds remaining to finally get the better of the Buccaneers.
Jared Goff threw four touchdown passes as the LA Rams wrapped up the NFC West division for the first time since 2003 with a 27-23 win over the Tennessee Titans.
Todd Gurley had another big game with 276 total yards, including 118 yards on 22 carries. Rams quarterback Jared Goff connected with him for 10 catches for 158 and two touchdowns.
The New England Patriots edged closer to securing the top spot in the AFC by beating the Buffalo Bills 37-16 at Foxboro.
Tom Brady threw for 224 yards and two touchdowns to make it eight successive seasons with at least 12 wins.
The Kansas City Chiefs clinched back-to-back AFC West titles for the first time in their history as they beat the Miami Dolphins 29-13 at Arrowhead Stadium.
Detroit Lions' playoff hopes took a blow after they were beaten 26-17 in Cincinnati. The Bengals running back Giovani Bernard rushed for 116 yards on 23 carries and a touchdown for the home team.