The New Orleans Saints ROCK da DOME primetime on Monday Night Football against the New York Giants! Drew Brees sets records, offense dominates, and defense produced turnovers! Saints proved they are an elite team in the NFL and brought back memories from the 2009 championship season with this outstanding game. The Saint’s momentum all started with an interception from Will Hering who took the ball away from Giants receiver while in midair who was in the Giant’s endzone. Drew Brees scored five touchdowns (four passing, one rushing) in a 24-of-38, 363-yard, turnover-free effort against the Giants. The only thing Drew Brees could not do was slam dunk the football like Michael Jordan over the goal posts after he ran in dove into the end zone for a touchdown. Lance Moore caught two touchdown passes in the 2nd followed by some fun dance celebrations. Jimmy Graham had two touchdowns including the 29 yarder that gave the Saints 35 – 10 lead in the third quarter. Darren Sproles, Mark Ingram, and Pierre Thomas had a combined 205 rushing yards with two touchdowns by Ingram and Thomas. Marques Colston had a crucial 50 yards catch that led the Saints to a touchdown right before halftime. Defense played well but will have to keep improving if they want to win playoff/championship games against good offensive teams. Saints move to a record of (8-3) and stay on top of the NFC South Division. Saints also stay undefeated at home in the Superdome.
MOST CRITICS SAY: NEW ORLEANS SAINTS ARE THE TOP CONTENDORS TO THE UNDEFEATED GREEN BAY PACKERS!
The Saints take on the Detroit Lions next Sunday Night at the Superdome, PRIMETIME! If the season ended today the Saints are the 3rd seed in the NFC playoff Division with Green Bay as the 1st seed and San Francisco as the 2nd seed.
My Prediction: New Orleans Saints vs Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game…
Watch Drew Brees apologize to Michael Jordan for his “failed dunk”
WATCH THE SAINTS vs GIANTS HIGHLIGHTS 2011!!