At just 37 years old, Zac Taylor is one of the youngest head coaches in the NFL, and he's not all that far removed from his football playing days, having suited up at Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp in 2007.
Taylor's clearly still got some great athleticism, as evidenced by this outstanding one-handed catch he made on the sidelines of Week 1's game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
This wasn't just a softly lobbed pass that had been thrown away — Tyrod Taylor threw a bullet intended for Mike Williams, it just happened to sail on him a bit.
This was a picture-perfect one-handed grab too. Taylor didn't have to cradle the ball into his body, he palmed the ball with what appeared to be no effort. Coach Taylor played it cool, but the rest of the Cincy sideline was clearly pretty pumped up about the grab.
The Bengals have a dangerous receiving corps with A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd and John Ross supporting rookie QB Joe Burrow, but Taylor showed up the whole group on this one.
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