Patriots Knock Saints from Unbeatens With .05 Left
Nolan Thomas | 10/13/13 | 6:59 PM EDT 0 Comments
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Another one bites the dust.


With five seconds to go in the game, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady threw a 17-yard pass to rookie free agent Kenbrell Thompkins to knock the New Orleans Saints from the unbeaten ranks on Sunday with a 30-27 victory.
 
Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw a 34-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Stills to take a 24-23 lead after the extra point with 3:29 left in the game and then added a field goal with 2:24 to play.
 
Brady started the game winning 70-yard drive, with no timeouts and drove the Pats down the field for the game winning score.
 
Pats fans that left early because they thought it was over must have been swearing up a storm in the parking lots.
 
In this Article: NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS | NEW ORLEANS SAINTS | TOM BRADY | DREW BREES

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