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- Feb 1, 2004
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- Monroe, La
By Jeff Duncan / Times-Picayune
Arlington, Texas -- The New Orleans Saints played poorly in the second half, but got the one drive then had to have and beat the Dallas Cowboys 30-27 at Cowboys Stadium on Thanksgiving Day.
The Saints dominated the first half and had a 20-6 lead at halftime. But Dallas fought back in the second, and led 27-23 with less than two minutes remaining.
After a turnover, the Saints, which had the ball for just four minutes in the fourth quarter, put together an 89-yard drive in a little more than a minute and pulled out the game.
Dallas had seven fumbles and lost two. Drew Brees threw for 352 yards, had a touchdown and interception. Jon Kitna threw for 313 yards and an interception for Dallas.
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