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It appeared as if the New Orleans Saints had gotten caught in the trap game. Then Redskins kicker Shaun Suisham gave them an escape route. Suisham missed a chance to put Washington up 10 points with less than two minutes left. Saints quarterback Drew Brees then carved up the Redskins secondary for 80 yards in 33 seconds to send the game into overtime. Garrett Hartley's 18-yard field goal kept the Saints perfect. The win also clinched the NFC South title. It is the Saints' second title in four years and third this decade, but just their fourth in franchise history. New Orleans won its first division title in 1991. The Saints' 12th regular season win ties a team record. They also won 12 games in 1987 and 1992. While the Saints record remains perfect, New Orleans played a far from perfect gam ...

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