Saints get back on winning side 31-13 (1 Viewer)


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The Leesville Daily Leader

ATLANTA (AP) - Jim Mora dropped to his knees in disbelief. Alge Crumpler ripped off his helmet and screamed at his teammates. Finally, Michael Vick delivered an obscene gesture to the crowd as he walked off the field.

The Atlanta Falcons have all the signs of a team falling apart.

Well on their way to another second-half collapse, the Falcons dropped their fourth in a row Sunday with a 31-13 loss to New Orleans. Drew Brees and the Saints struck early with a long touchdown pass, scored again on a desperation throw to end the first half, then finished off a bumbling team that appeared to have Vaseline on its hands.

The Falcons (5-6) dropped five passes, the signature play coming early in the fourth when Roddy White let the ball slip from his hands at the New Orleans 10 with no one around him.

Mora, the Atlanta coach, collapsed on the sideline, while Crumpler threw up his hands and looked toward the Georgia Dome roof.

Full Story - The Leesville Daily Leader

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