USA TODAY - Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib made history against the Cowboys on Sunday when he returned an interception 103 yards for a touchdown. That was Talib’s tenth-year pick-six, which now ranks fourth on the NFL’s all-time list.
After scoring, Talib jumped up the stadium wall to celebrate with fans.
Talib explained after the game that he was hoping to get a hot dog.
“I went all the way up in the stands to get me a hot dog,” Talib said with a laugh. “That was my initial plan, but it was too long. By the time I got there, I was too tired to do anything.”
Talib had to avoid Cowboys receiver Cole Beasley on his way to the end zone.
“I wasn’t running out gas, that’s the one thing I wasn’t going to do,” he said. “One way or another I was going to get to the end zone. I was just hoping Beasley didn’t bring me down. I was able to shake Beasley off and get to the end zone.”
Talib and the Broncos are now 2-0 and will face the Bills in Week 3.
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