(To see Part Two of this article, click here ) The 2009 NFL season started with a bang. The Denver Broncos trailed the Cincinnati Bengals with just a few seconds remaining. In what could only be labeled as a miracle, newly acquired Denver quarterback Kyle Orton heaved a pass down the left sideline. Enveloped in a sea of orange jerseys, Cincinnati cornerback Leon Hall deflected the pass up in the air, and the game appeared to be over. Millions of fans awaited the final whistle. It never came. The ball landed into the welcoming arms of Denver slot receiver Brandon Stokley who proceeded to giddily race towards the endzone for a touchdown that would result in one of the most unexpected endings to a game in NFL history With such an incredible moment so early in the season, it was only f ...
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