On his first play from scrimmage, Millard had to deal with an off-target snap. Although he was able to snare it, the exchange put him in an awkwartd position to make the handoff for the called running play, so he tucked the ball under his arm and kept it for a one-yard gain. Certainly not the debut he was looking for, but a positive, nonetheless. The smart decision kept him and the offense on the fie;d, and proved to the the only setback in a ten play, 57-yard drive that resulted in a 30-yard touchdown pass to Brad Starks.
In this postgame interview, Millard discusses the scoring strike, his thoughts on his first appearance, and some of his reads and decisions in the first drive of his career.