Former Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore got the chance to finally play in his first regular season NFL game.
Kellen Moore is the first former Boise State quarterback to play in a NFL regular season game. After spending the past three seasons as a reserve with the Detroit Lions he finally got to play.
Moore did throw an interception on his second career pass. Later in the contest Moore ran the two minute drill, went four plays and 55 yards for his first career touchdown to Dez Bryant.
He finished the game going 15 of 25 for 158 yards but did have three interceptions. His last pass of the game was to Dez Bryant and was a little overthrown. The Cowboys lost 19 to 16.
During his time with Boise State he passed for 14,667 yards and 142 touchdowns. He finished his college career with a 50-3 record in four years. He is also college football's all-time winningest quarterback.