The 13 Most Impossible Completions of the 2018 NFL Season

NFL Next Gen Stats technology estimates a completion probability for every pass thrown. Despite overwhelming odds, these passes ended up in the receiver's hands.

Mahomes: Impossible

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Staring down a 4th-and-9 against the Baltimore Ravens with the game on the line, Patrick Mahomes completed one of the most improbable passes of the season.

Rolling to his right to evade pressure, Mahomes uncorked a pass that flew nearly 40 yards before finding the hands of Tyreek Hill.

Hill wasn't really open when Mahomes released the ball, but he worked back to it and beat Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley to the spot.

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Staring down a 4th-and-9 against the Baltimore Ravens with the game on the line, Patrick Mahomes completed one of the most improbable passes of the season.

Rolling to his right to evade pressure, Mahomes uncorked a pass that flew nearly 40 yards before finding the hands of Tyreek Hill.

Hill wasn't really open when Mahomes released the ball, but he worked back to it and beat Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley to the spot.

The pass had a completion probability of just 15.8%, per Next Gen Stats.

Energized by the miraculous play, the Chiefs went on to win this game in overtime.

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