Game 9 Reaction: Cowboys vs. Saints

Nov 10, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram (22) celebrates with teammates after scoring a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys during the third quarter of a game at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

Saints 49, Cowboys 17

Saints Impressive Everywhere, Wrangle the Cowboys with ease, move to 7-2

Uh, how about Dat!? The Saints were impressive in just about every aspect of the game, minus a few things of course. It was a complete obliteration of the Cowboys on the big stage, and suddenly quieted every critic who judged the Saints after the loss to the Jets. All you heard for the week and on Sunday was how the Saints were 1 out of the last 3.

Well, they killed it.

Quick Box Score Stats

Total First Downs: Dallas (9), New Orleans (40)

Third Down Efficiency: Dallas (0% – 0/9), New Orleans (75% – 9/12)

Total Net Yards: Dallas (193), New Orleans (625)

Sacks: Dallas (1), New Orleans (3)

Turnovers: Dallas (0), New Orleans (1)

Time of Possession: Dallas (20:28), New Orleans (39:32)

Continue on for some key points in yesterday’s game

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