CANTON, Ohio — Arguably the best catch in the history of the NFL will be forever immortalized for fans to see.
Some of the gear Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson was wearing when he made last Sunday's -- you-must-see-to-believe -- one-handed catch arrived Wednesday at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
HOF officials posted a picture of the gloves and arm sleeve Jefferson used to make the 4th and 18 immaculate reception.
The post referred to it as an "all-time catch to remember."
Officials say the gloves and arm sleeve arrived Wednesday and will soon be on display.
The week 10 Vikings' 33-30 overtime win against the Buffalo Bills was dubbed "Game of the Year" on Twitter shortly after the thrilling finish.
Jefferson's catch helped the Vikes get down to the goal line and eventually score again to keep them in the back-and-forth game.
Ultimately, Vikings cornerback Patrick Peterson intercepted Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen's pass in the end zone to seal the victory that some call the greatest game in the team's history.
Jefferson racked up 10 receptions for 197 yards and a touchdown.
He was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week on Wednesday as well.