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The Saints go marching on

Dave Skowronski, Staff Reporter

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Yesterday the road to a unbeaten season was able to be continued. Two of the NFL’s best offense went head to head for sixty minutes, but only one came away with a win. Those two teams were the New England Patriots vs. the  New Orleans Saints in the loud Louisiana Super Dome. Yesterday the New Orleans Saints went on to beat Tom Brady and the Patriots 38-17 to keep the unbeaten season possible.

The Pats quarterback Tom Brady had a unusual two picks and a season low 55.0 QB rating. The offense was not clicking. The Pats had 20 more plays than the Saints but the Saints had a hundred more total yards during the game. The only up side to the game for the Pats was that they had no penalties.

 Now on the other hand Drew Brees and the Saints had no trouble moving the ball against the Patriots especially through the air. Brees had 371 yd in the air, 5 touchdowns and a 0 in the interceptions, and those 5 TD where to a different receiver every time. The Saints running game was by Pierre Thomas with 64 yd and Mike Bell with 50 yd the two combined had 113 yd.         

So from now on the Saints are the new team to beat. Who ever and where ever their offense is going to be explosive with Drew Brees under center and maybe they’ll go unbeaten and win a super bowl.

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Free of Bull, Full of Bulldogs
The Saints go marching on