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    Drew Brees praises rookie center Erik McCoy after his NFL debut

    By John Sigler | Saints Wire The New Orleans Saints did a great job of keeping quarterback Drew Brees upright against the Houston Texans, allowing just one sack and a handful of other pressures despite facing a talented Houston defensive line. A key contributor to that success was rookie...
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    J.J. Watt shut out for first time in career four years after telling Saints to 'try somebody else at right tackle'

    Ryan Ramczyk By Sean Wagner-McGough | CBS Sports When was the last time you watched a Texans football game that involved a healthy J.J. Watt and forgot he was even playing? When was the last time Watt was invisible? It might not have ever happened ever before, but it happened on Monday...
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    Saints Postgame Show presented by Verizon: Week 1 vs. Houston Texans

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    Rapid Reaction: Wil Lutz did what? Saints get a walkoff 30-28 win in wild opener

    Luke Johnson | Lafayette Daily Advertiser NEW ORLEANS — In the weeks running up to Monday night’s season opener against the Houston Texans, the New Orleans Saints' rallying cry was that it was a new year, a new team. The focus would be completely on the road in front of the team, not back on...
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    Drew Brees stages huge comeback in final minute of thrilling Saints win

    By Frank Schwab | Yahoo Sports Deshaun Watson is great. Drew Brees has been great for a lot longer. In a fantastic “Monday Night Football” game, Watson and Brees traded enormous drives in the final minute. Watson threw a 37-yard touchdown to Kenny Stills with 37 seconds left, and it seemed...
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    Game recap: New Orleans Saints 30, Houston Texans 28 The New Orleans Saints won the game. Then they lost it. And then they finally won it when kicker Wil Lutz drilled a career-best 58-yard field goal as time expired to give New Orleans a 30-28 victory on "Monday Night Football" at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. It looked like...
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