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By By Zack Rosenblatt | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
CHICAGO — Back on Nov. 18, the Eagles were at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, playing in a game that was pretty much over by halftime.
In the third quarter, Saints running back Mark Ingram scored a touchdown with 5:34 remaining. Not long after, Ingram and Saints offensive stars Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas were shown via the stadium’s video board dancing on the sideline. At that point, the Eagles went down 38-7. The Saints made sure to score 10 more points for good measure, including on a 37-yard touchdown pass to Kamara.
The Eagles haven’t forgotten any of that.
It will be on their minds this week as they prepare for a rematch on Jan. 13 in New Orleans in an NFC Divisional playoff matchup.
“We didn’t play well at all,” Eagles left tackle Jason Peters said. "They ran up the score. We wanted them again, we got them again. ...
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