Josh Sanchez
Saturday April 12th, 2014

via ESPN via ESPN

Sure, indoor football may have some gimmicks that aren't all that appealing to traditional fans of the sport, however, they can often result in spectacular plays.

During a Professional Indoor Football League game on Friday night, Georgia Fire wide receiver Johnny Lester hauled in an incredible catch, then flipped over the sideline wall.

Lester went up for the ball with two hands, before his momentum sent him crashing over the boards. Even with the backflip, he was able to hang on to the football -- and score a touchdown in the process.

That is concentration, folks. [ESPN]

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