New Orleans Saints fans have had the luxury of an elite Drew Brees-led passing attack for over a decade. And while Brees is approaching the twilight years of his career, he's produced countless moments that Saints fans will remember forever.
One such moment came in the 2010 season, when he threw up a pass intended for Marques Colston that ended up being reeled in by Lance Moore in a ridiculous circus catch.
Moore is one of those players that Saints fans likely hold in much higher regard than the general public. He spent years as one of the team's top wideouts, playing alongside Colston and Robert Meachem to form a dangerous trio for Brees.
Moore saw 100-plus targets twice (2008 and 2012), and also saw 94 in this 2010 season. His final stat line in 2010 included 763 yards and 8 touchdowns, and he also had 49 yards in the Saints' Wild Card loss to the Seattle Seahawks (though that's a game Saints fans likely want to forget, having been capped off by the Beast Quake run).
Forever a fan favorite in New Orleans, it's a ton of fun to remember Lance Moore with highlight plays like this one.
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