Larry Wilson One-Handed INT Returned for TD
During the 1966 season, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Hall of Fame safety Larry Wilson intercepted a career-high 10 passes, the most spectacular of which he made during the fourth quarter of an October 2 game at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. With the Cardinals ahead 34-10, Eagles quarterback Norm Snead threw a pass intended for Timmy Brown near the left sideline. Wilson, an eight-time Pro Bowler, leapt up over Brown and – with his right hand only – reeled the ball in. Around the Eagles’ 10-yard line, Wilson dove headfirst onto the grass, maintaining possession the entire way, then rose to his feet and ran, untouched, down the right sideline for a 91-yard touchdown return. The interception was one of five for the Cardinals in a game they won 41-10, improving their record to 4-0.