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"The definition is seizing an opponents pass." When the ball has been touched by a potential receiver, its his pass, not the QB's pass. The receiver becomes the "opponent" based on YOUR definition.
You are silly silly little man. I'm sorry if it cost you a fantasy football game.
From the NFL rulebook definitions - "A Pass is the movement of the ball caused by the runner who throws, shoves (shovel pass), or pushes (push pass) the ball."
Do you want to change the definitions of everything so your quarterback doesn't get dinged two points? It's idiotic to think that a TIP is a PASS.