Found February 03, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
During Thursday night's episode of NBC "Late Night", Jimmy Fallon held a "football skeet shooting" contest between New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and "Twilight" saga actor Taylor Lautner. Fallon tossed glass plates in the air (with targets pained on them). Brees and Lautner threw passes to try to hit the moving targets, with the first one to hit three targets declared the winner.

The contest was tied at two and came down to sudden death. Lautner had multiple chances to win, but Drew Brees emerged victorious.

Video via H/T Outside the Boxscore.
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