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By Luke Johnson, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
There is no spotlight hoarding with Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara.
Case in point: The two took turns booming and zooming through the Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense for 148 scrimmage yards and three touchdowns in Week 16, setting new all-time (Ingram, 50) and single-season (Kamara, 14) franchise rushing touchdown records in the process.
If they are going to break records, of course they did it on the same day.
Everything is always done together.
The New Orleans Saints rode their running back tandem to a 31-28 win, clinching the NFC’s No. 1 seed. This tremendous season in New Orleans has been built upon performances like these, every part working in harmony together to devastating effect rather than being reliant on singular greatness. It makes sense that when Kamara and Ingram turned to face the cameras, they did so together. ...
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