I was trying to find a writeup about a game that took place between Miami and New Orleans way back from 1983. It was week #5 of the season.
Miami was trailing the Saints late in the game, and Don Shula elected to pull David Woodley for a rookie by the name of Dan Marino. Marino worked some magic, but the team came up short, and Miami ended up on the losing end.
It was the beginning of an era that lasted nearly two decades, and Marino started the following week.
Alas, I couldn't find such an article, but that's what I recall.