Sunday, 05 December 2010 15:23
New Orleans Saints Nips Cincinnati Bengals 34-30 In A Comeback Thriller
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The World Champion, New Orleans Saints, once again showed its Super Bowl mojo by nipping the Cincinnati Bengals in a thriller 34-30 with a list minute pass from Drew Brees to Marcus Colsten.

The Saints, who won in the final minute in its nationally-televised Thanksgiving game against the Dallas Cowboys took the Bengals game to the last breath.

The Saints have now won five games in a row while the Bengals have lost the last nine.

QB Drew Brees led the Saints in the fourth quarter seven play-68 yard touchdown drive,with a three-yard touchdown pass to WR Marques Colston.

Rookie, RB Chris Ivory carried 15 times for 117 yards with two touchdowns.  The hero from the Cowboys game, WR Robert Meachem had three receptions for 106 yards which included 49 and 52-yard catches.

The Saints are now 9-3.  The Bengals are 2-10.


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