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Sport Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara help New Orleans Saints outlast Chicago Bears with field goal in overtime

07:50  02 november  2020
07:50  02 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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It has been an awfully long time since the Chicago Bears last defeated the New Orleans Saints . Twelve years to be exact. That victory in Week 15 of 2008 came in overtime with Danieal Manning returning the opening kickoff for a touchdown and Robbie Gould delivering a walk-off 35-yard field goal .

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An ugly, harder-than-necessary 26-23 overtime win over the Chicago Bears might not be the ideal preparation for next week’s showdown of NFC South leaders. But when three of your top receivers are out, and swirling, gusting winds make everything at Soldier Field a crapshoot, the New Orleans Saints will take what they got without much fuss.

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Wil Lutz kicked a 35-yard field goal with 1:40 still left in overtime to give New Orleans the win. It was the fourth in a row for the 5-2 Saints, who play the Buccaneers on Sunday Night Football next week.

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Alvin Kamara almost made the Saints forget they were without Michael Thomas (hamstring), Marquez Callaway (ankle) and Emmanuel Sanders (COVID-19). He caught nine passes for 96 yards and ran for another 67 – including a 20-yard burst in overtime that put the Saints at the Bears 11, all but sealing the game.

Jared Cook and Taysom Hill both caught touchdown passes from Drew Brees, and Lutz made four of five field goal attempts – no easy feat when winds were gusting and swirling at Soldier Field.

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Brees rebounded from last week's dud with an enormous stat line against one of the league's best defenses. He kicked off the scoring early, tossing three touchdowns to his tight ends in the first quarter before diving over the top of the pile on fourth-and- goal for his fourth score in the second quarter.

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It was the second loss in a row for the Bears, who had been perfect at home in November under coach Matt Nagy. But this team remains a hot mess, even if it did manage to make a game of it in the last four minutes of regulation.

It was held to less than 100 yards rushing again, and 73 of its 96 yards on the ground came in the first half. It was flagged for seven penalties, including two delays of game and one false start. And, worst of all, receiver Javon Wims is probably looking at a suspension after cold-cocking Saints safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson in the third quarter.

Hill’s 20-yard scoring catch gave New Orleans a 23-13 lead late in the fourth quarter. But Chicago has proved that, despite being a hot mess, it’s never out of any game, and this one was no different.

Allen Robinson, who was in the concussion protocol all week, caught a 28-yard pass and Jimmy Graham had an 11-yard completion, and the Bears got a break with a 13-yard defensive pass interference call. Three plays later, Darnell Mooney caught a 3-yard touchdown to cut New Orleans’ margin to a field goal.

On their next possession, they got enough yardage to give Cairo Santos a chance at a 51-yard field goal. His first attempt would have been good, but the Saints called a timeout. No matter, Santos made the second try to set up overtime.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara help New Orleans Saints outlast Chicago Bears with field goal in overtime

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