Saints Kicker Will Lutz Celebrated With Holder Long Before Game-Winning Field Goal Was Good

If you know, you know -- and New Orleans Saints kicker Will Lutz most certainly knew.

The Saints halted a Texans comeback dead in its tracks, capping off Monday night with a 58-yard walk-off field goal to win their first game of the 2019 NFL season. Lutz knew his boot was enough to secure the game, celebrating with holder Thomas Morstead long before the ball went through the goalposts.

Houston's Deshaun Watson made a clutch pass to Kenny Stills with less than a minute left in the game to put the Texans up by one, but 42 seconds was still too much time for New Orleans to operate.

The field goal was Lutz's longest in his career, yet he wasn't fazed with the game on the line.

The Saints will now visit the Los Angeles Rams in Week 2, who are also 1-0 heading into the matchup after a victory against the Panthers on Sunday. It should be a physical one in their first meeting sine the controversial NFC Championship.