Another week, another big catch for Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki. This time, with three defenders on him, Gesicki leapt for a highlight reel catch.

The catch, with 12:04 left in the fourth quarter, saw Gesicki somehow rise up in traffic, grab a tight pass from Tua Tagovailoa and come up with a touchdown. It was remarkable concentration and some nice hops from Gesicki, continuing a very solid season for him.

The former Penn State tight end had two receiving touchdowns on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. The second of the touchdowns was the spectacular 29-yard catch from Gesicki, making it a 30-17 lead for the Chiefs.

Gesicki came into the game with 39 receptions for 537 yards and four touchdowns. With Sundays two touchdowns, the third-year tight end now has a career-high for touchdown catches in a season, surpassing his previous high of five touchdowns set in 2019.

He was a second round pick of the Dolphins in the 2018 NFL Draft.