Picture if you will the sight of the NFL's marquee offensive quarterback bruised and battered with cuts on both his chin and eyes heading into the locker room at halftime. Did I mention he was down 21 points to the Dolphins at the time? Those of us who have watched the Saints in action this year are aware of one undeniable truth. Their offense can score at will. Therefore, when Drew Brees scored on a quarterback keeper at the end of first half, I as well as several other football fans refused to count them out of the game. Our premonitions came true in the second half. Behind the confident leadership of Brees, the Saints scored 36 points in the second half, including 22 in the fourth quarter alone, to lead an improbable 46-34 win in Miami. This is the kind of win that defines a season. ...
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