One-handed touchdowns grabs are becoming the norm for Saskatchewan Roughriders receiver Duron Carter.

In his team’s win over the Toronto Argonauts last week, Carter corralled a circus grab that is sure to finish as one of the CFL’s plays of the year.



The #catchoftheyear so far! Duron Carter doesn't need two hands to put up six points on #CFLGameday #Riders

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Tonight he was at it again, this time spoiling the BC Lions’ shutout with a ridiculous leaping one-handed snag. Watch him extend and haul in the 46-yard pass from backup quarterback Brandon Bridge.


Duron Carter with another #spectacular grab, he cannot be stopped! ✋#CFLGameDay

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Incredible. In total, the play accounted for 10.6 CFL fantasy points on TSN. Talk about a week-saving play if you slotted him into your lineup.

The son of Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Cris Carter, Duron has been turning heads lately and is proving he belongs in the league. The touchdown was his third in his last two games, as he now has four on the year.

Expect some more acrobatics from #89 in green in the future.