Saints win third straight behind Kamara and surprising Dee (1 Viewer)

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By Tom Canavan | AP
Washington Post


EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New Orleans Saints are looking like a playoff team a quarter of the way into the season, and the New York Giants are once again looking like a team that isn’t headed to the postseason.

Alvin Kamara ran for 134 yards and three second-half touchdowns and the Saints (3-1) won their third straight game on Sunday, defeating the offensively inept Giants 33-18.

“I feel like we are getting better every week, and that’s what is important to me,” said Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who failed to throw a touchdown pass for the first time this season. “I feel like we are beginning to play more complimentary football and not just on the offense, run to pass, but really as a team.”

The big difference for New Orleans this week was the play of its much-maligned defense. After giving up a touchdown the first series, the unit held New York (1-3) to a third-period field goal and a late touchdown and two-point conversion.

The defense, which came into the game ranked No. 30 in the league, allowed only four plays of 20 or more yards after giving up 37 points in an overtime win over Atlanta last weekend. ...

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