Not unless it's at the end of the game or first half, with little time or no timeouts. (In the NFL, a free kick after a fair-caught punt or kickoff is technically an untimed down.)
When wind is a factor, it could come at the end of the first or third quarter if a team badly needs points and has been struggling offensively. Changing sides on the field could make a kick difficult against the wind.
Field goals are often attempted to either go ahead at halftime or win the game at the conclusion, and they can come on first down. But if there is any time at all, or a timeout available, most teams will try to improve their position on first down, and if necessary try a kick on a later down.
On August 18, 2001, the first ever event at Heinz field was a concert hosted by 'N Sync.
I believe not
Yes there was. If you get a holding call on your first down, you will go back 10 yards but it will still be a first down.
The first field op came an went. This is the 107th field op going on. Well, according to my history, the first ever field op was going outside the nightclub in the town and stand near the big 'S'.
The first sport ever was running. Not necessarily track and field but racing from point to point.
The first ever locksmith is not known. Many people have made being a locksmith their profession down through the ages, so the first locksmith was not recorded.
Nobody wrote it down, so we don't know.
He made 36 attempts, against Toronto on 3/20/2005.
Who in there right mind would ever paint a fieldstone fireplace in the first place?