Saints Get Back to .500 With 38-17 Win vs. Raiders
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Saints Get Back to .500 With 38-17 Win vs. Raiders

New Orleans : LA : USA | Nov 18, 2012 at 5:24 PM PST
Source: International Herald Tribune
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Drew Brees threw three touchdown passes and Malcolm Jenkins returned an interception for another score to get the Saints back to even with a 38-17 victory over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Lance Moore caught two touchdown passes and Mark Ingram ran for a score... FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune
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