Sunday, 11 November 2012 15:13
Brees, New Orleans Saints top undefeated Atlanta Falcons, Ryan shines
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graham-panthersDrew Brees led New Orleans Saints held on to a slim lead defeating the once-undefeated Atlanta Falcons 31-27.


The victory brought the Saints record to 4-5 after failing to win the first four games in the Bountygate season.

With seconds to go, the New Orleans Saints held the Falcons to four plays turning the ball over to the Saints after a Tony Gonzalez drop.  

Atlanta Falcons are now 8-1.  The Saints have won three games in a row. 

More to follow 

Atlanta Falcons 10 7 0 10 0 27
New Orleans Saints 7 14 7 3 0 31


D. Brees 21/32 298 3 1
C. Ivory 7 72 1 56
M. Ingram 16 67 0 8
P. Thomas 5 10 0 4

Matt Ryan 34/52 411 3 1
Jacquizz Rodgers 3 29 0 18
Michael Turner 13 15 0 9
Matt Ryan 2 2 0 1
Tony Gonzalez 11 122 2 19
Roddy White 7 114 0 49
Julio Jones 4 75 0 52



J. Graham 7 146 2 46
L. Moore 7 91 0 29
M. Colston 3 26 1 12




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