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This one isn’t easy to verify online, so let me say I THINK I have the correct answer.

Only two Saints gave rushed for over 200 yards in a game .....name players)?
 
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Impressive guys.
Rogers 206
Reuben Mayes 203 in 1986

Three guys have 200+ receiving yards in a game.
Hint (decades)...2010,’s, 1990’s, 1970’s)
 

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Impressive guys.
Rogers 206
Reuben Mayes 203 in 1986

Three guys have 200+ receiving yards in a game.
Hint (decades)...2010,’s, 1990’s, 1970’s)
I know an obscure one....the 1990's was Torrence Small. He had 200 yards the last game of the year. We signed him to a big contract and he never did anything like that again. Ended up going to the Eagles.
 

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I know an obscure one....the 1990's was Torrence Small. He had 200 yards the last game of the year. We signed him to a big contract and he never did anything like that again. Ended up going to the Eagles.
It was against Denver in 1994. I just wrote this in the 1988 throwback thread
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I know an obscure one....the 1990's was Torrence Small. He had 200 yards the last game of the year. We signed him to a big contract and he never did anything like that again. Ended up going to the Eagles.
he was the only other one I could even think of but didn't think he ever sniffed that. 90s were bleak for WR
 

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Wes Chandler had 205 vs. ATL in the dome in '79.

Next question: what are our three biggest shutouts in franchise history in terms of margin of victory?
 

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