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Saints-Rams one-liners

Saints QB Drew Brees said that the team isn’t content with the way they played en route to a 28-23 victory over the Rams.

Usama Young, starting at free safety for the Saints for the first time, intercepted a pass in the end zone.

After allowing him 100 yards in the first half, the Saints held Rams RB Steven Jackson to only 31 on 13 second-half carries.

Saints RB Reggie Bush scored a touchdown on the ground in the first quarter and added a scoring reception later in the game.

Saints KR Courtney Roby broke a halftime tie by taking the opening kickoff of the second half for a 97-yard touchdown.

Jackson moved into third-place on the Rams all-time rushing list with a seven-yard run in the third quarter.

Rams WR Brandon Gibson had seven catches for 93 yards, stepping up after Keenan Burton left the game with a knee injury.

TE Daniel Fells couldn’t hold onto the ball on a two-point conversion that could have given the Rams a chance to tie the score on the last play of the game.

Rams DE Chris Long picked up his second sack of the season.

Said Rams C Jason Brown, “That’s all we can ask for, to have a hard-fought game and be in a
winnable situation in the last two minutes. Going up against a great opponent like we did today, that’s all
we can ask for. And, no one can walk out of this locker room with their
heads down.”

For more on the Saints and Rams, Mike Florio has the full Morning Aftermath right here.
 

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2 Responses to “Saints-Rams one-liners”
  1. sim448 says: Nov 16, 2009 6:27 PM

    what, is there a rule where if reggie bush has a good game that florio doesnt write the article? i wouldnt be surprised…

  2. houskat says: Nov 16, 2009 6:35 PM

    ………………………….geaux saints……………………………
    …………………………….who dat………………………………..
    …………………………….9 and 0……………………………….

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