Saints' Taysom Hill Does Something No Player Has Done In 66 Years In Win Against Bear

Saints quarterback Taysom Hill achieved a remarkable feat in the game against the Bears.

He joined the ranks of Hall of Famer Frank Gifford, who played for the New York Giants in the 1950s and '60s.

Hill's 2-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter made him the first player since Gifford to have 10 or more career touchdown receptions, rushes, and passes.

Frank Gifford accomplished this unique feat in 1957, ending his career with impressive statistics.

Taysom Hill's contribution continued as he threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Juwan Johnson, securing the game-winning score.

At 33 years old, Hill has accumulated a remarkable career record, including 11 touchdown passes, 26 touchdown runs, and 10 touchdown receptions.

Hill's journey from an undrafted rookie to a multi-talented player is truly remarkable.

He has also been a successful starting quarterback for the Saints with a record of 7 wins and 2 losses.

Reflecting on his achievements, Hill expressed overwhelming gratitude for the opportunities he's had in his career.

Hill's story is a testament to his hard work and the creative coaching staff that has supported him along the way.

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