By Christopher Dabe - NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
This was where Mark Ingram wanted to be all along, back in the game with his New Orleans Saints teammates. He stood in a huddle before the team's first offensive snap and looked them in the eyes. He was ready.
On any other night, Ingram's two-touchdown game Monday (Oct. 8) would have been the main story line in the Saints' 43-19 defeat of the Washington Redskins at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. This wasn't any other night. No, this was the night everybody will remember for Drew Brees becoming the all-time passing yards leader, for setting a record that could someday seem unbreakable.
But at the start, nobody other than Brees had his hands on the ball more than Ingram. Four touches in the first offensive series, the longest gain coming on a screen for 28 yards to set up his first touchdown, a 2-yard push into the end zone for an early lead. ...
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