While Kevin Olgetree may have been the least likely star of the Dallas Cowboys' 24-17 win over the New York Giants in the opening game of the 2012 NFL Season, he may not have delivered the most impressive performance of the game.
After all, the guy throwing the ball to Ogletree put together quite a stat line. Shaking off an early interception, Tony Romo threw three touchdown passes, the first of which came with just 1:01 left in the first half. The 25-year-old Ogletree was on the receiving end on two of Romo's touchdown passes, ending up with eight receptions for 114 yards. Romo finished his night 22 of 29 with 307 passing yards.
This unexpectedly productive tandem wasn't responsible for all the numbers on the scoreboard. Dallas running back DeMarco Murray broke off a few impressive runs and even a few G-Men managed to impress.
Take a look at the stats of some notable players from each team and vote on who had the best (and worst) performance in NFL season opener.