VIDEO: Catch of the year candidate? Seattle's Zach Miller's ridiculous one-handed grab

The Seattle Seahawks star made a phenomenal catch in the first game of the new NFL season.

The NFL season may be just one game old, but we may not see a catch all year as good as Zach Miller's one-hander against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night.

The Seattle Seahawks safety gained separation from Clay Matthews down the right sideline and extended full-length to haul in Russell Wilson's perfect pass. 

The play, good for a 24-yard gain which put the Super Bowl champions in field goal range, led to Seattle's second touchdown of the game; a nine-yard run by Marshawn Lynch.

Miller had a solid night in the season opener. He made three grabs for 42 yards and was hugely influential in the run game with his excellent blocking.

He was just one of a number of stand-out performers in the Seahawks offense, with Lynch and Percy Harvin also putting up big numbers.

For a team so often lauded for its imposing defense to perform so well offensively, Seattle sent a message on Sunday night that taking the championship away from them this season will not be easy.

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