New Orleans Saints Defeat Buffalo Bills 35-17, Improving to 6-1
The New Orleans Saints defeated the Buffalo Bills Sunday (October 27), 35-17, improving the Who Dat’s record to 6-1 on the season! Bills fall to 3-5.
The Bills got a scare early when Thad Lewis left with an injury after losing a fumble, but he came back into the game. They got another scare when Lewis lost his second fumble to the Saints. Drew Brees cashed in with a touchdown pass to Lance Moore, giving the Saints an early lead. Lewis came back with a perfect strike to Stevie Johnson to tie the game. The Saints offense was quiet for most of the first half, but woke up late in the second quarter. Brees hooked up with Kenny Stills for a 69-yard touchdown and hit Jimmy Graham later. The Saints went into halftime leading, 21-10.
Graham got his second touchdown of the game to give the Saints a wider lead. New Orleans kept the game out of arm’s reach with another touchdown by Stills, and cruised to an easy victory for the rest of the game. - [SBS Nation]
Here are a few ground level pics from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome!