The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinatti Bengals played in one of the more interesting and entertaining NFL playoff games in recent memory last night, thanks to Bengals running back Jeremy Hill’s fumble,  Vontaze Burfict’s personal foul for his hit to the head on Steelers WR Antonio Brown and Adam “Pacman” Jones’ unsportsmanlike penalty, which enabled the Steelers to kick the game-winning field goal with just seconds left in regulation to advance to next weekend’s divisional round of games by a final score of 18-16.

It should be noted all the aforementioned action took place in the final two minutes of the game. Still, for the Steelers, the highlight of the night–and, in hindsight, the game’s difference maker–came from second-year wideout Martavis Bryant, who caught a pass in the back of the end zone while under tight coverage, completing a somersault and pinning the ball to his thigh and ultimately securing it between his legs for a touchdown, which gave the Steelers a 15-0 lead in the 3rd quarter.

The heroic gymnastics are below.