Bills safety Micah Hyde goes full Willie Mays with incredible over-the-shoulder interception

Ryan Miller
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Just call Micah Hyde the "Say Hey-ayyyyyyy-ayyyyyyyy-ayy! kid." 

(See Buffalo Bills "Shout" song history here.)

The Buffalo Bills safety stole a touchdown from the New England Patriots in the first quarter of their AFC Wild-Card game on Saturday. 

New England was driving and quarterback Mac Jones heaved a pass intended for wide receiver Nelson Agholor into the end zone. It wasn't a bad throw. Agholor had cornerback Levi Wallace beat but Hyde swooped in for an extraordinary diving over-the-shoulder interception.

The Bills capitalized, marching 80 yards for Josh Allen's second touchdown pass to Dawson Knox to take a 14-0 lead. 

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