The Saints and Texans open their seasons in New Orleans in a nationally televised "Monday Night Football" game between two playoff hopefuls. Drew Brees is back under center for another try. Fairbairn converted on the second attempt to snap the tie. After missing a 50-plus-yard field goal earlier in the game, Wil Lutz drilled a career-long 58-yard touchdown to end the game.
New Orleans had lost their previous five season openers.
Kelemete was the Texans starting left guard past year and has a season of experience in the Texans offense to be able to hold his own against the Saints' defense.
That allowed New Orleans to save its final timeout until just two seconds remained and set up Lutz's game-winning boot.
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The moment the ball left Lutz's foot, holder Thomas Morstead appeared to know it was good, and turned toward his kicker triumphantly flexing both arms at his side. But he made up for it.
Williams intercepted a pass from Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson - it was Watson's third interception of the game.
Carr completed 22 of 26 passes for 259 yards and wasn't sacked once after being dragged down 51 times last season.
Asked what he was thinking on the last play, Brees said, "I think we all felt it was going to happen".