It was the first game in franchise history, and John Gilliam returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown. The New Orleans Saints franchise started off with a bang, and the drama has continued ever since. For a franchise that has been in existence for only 45 years, the Saints have had more memorable moments—good and bad—than most more established franchises. In the early years, the Saints struggled to win games, but that didn't stop them from setting NFL records.
Green Bay Packers rookie WR/KR may have provided the best play of the 2011 NFL season in the opening game, returning a third-quarter kickoff 108 yards against the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night. Cobb, a rookie out of Kentucky,... Read Post
The big Monday night showdown in Seattle got off to a great start for the Seahawks. The game started with the Saints receiving the opening kickoff and promptly going three-and-out, managing just three yards on their opening possessi... Read Post
The Dallas Cowboys got off to a bad start on Thanksgiving when Terrance Williams fumbled the opening kickoff, and the Oakland Raiders' Greg Jenkins scooped up the loose ball and returned it 23 yards for a touchdown. The play was rev... Read Post