Saints survive pass interference controversy as missed kicks doom Panthers (1 Viewer)

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By Jason Owens | Yahoo Sports

The city of New Orleans was on the verge of losing its collective cool on Sunday.

The very rule spawned by the missed pass interference call that cost the Saints a spot in last year’s Super Bowl gave the Carolina Panthers a late chance for a go-ahead touchdown in a critical game for playoff positioning.

But the Panthers couldn’t capitalize, and the Saints drove the field for a Wil Lutz game-winning field goal in a 34-31 victory to improve to 9-2 in the race for a first-round bye in the playoffs.

With the game tied a 31-31, the Panthers had the ball in the red zone with less the three minutes remaining. Quarterback Kyle Allen looked to wide receiver Jarius Wright in the flat on a third-and-3 pass from the five-yard line. ...

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