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Wk. 13 Saints 17 vs Redskins 3

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  1. natedawg212000

    natedawg212000 New Orleans Saints

    Jul 29, 2009
    Wk. 13 Saints 17 vs Redskins 3

    Washington Redskins - Savage Mason Reporting

    (Due to my busy schedule lately this is an abbreviated version)

    Saints came into Washington rolling off of 4 straight wins and were looking to get to 2 games above .500 and stay in the OMFL Playoff hunt.

    Both defenses played well but the Saints offense really controlled this game. Mainly due to the running of Westbrook. D. Henderson also had a great game with 8 catches for 134 and a td. Redskins did get a few turnovers themselves, but Washington was very stagnant on offense all game long.

    Here is the scoring recap:
    First Quarter
    (NO) B.Westbrook, 3 Yd run(G.Hartley kick), 4:21
    (WAS) J.Kasay, 24 Yd FG, 3:17
    Second Quarter
    (NO) D.Henderson 70 Yd pass from D.Brees(G.Hartley kick), 1:40
    Fourth Quarter
    (NO) G.Hartley, 30 Yd FG, 4:19

    Saints picked up a good victory on the road, but their next 4 games will be the toughest all season, and will make or break their year.

    Here are a few highlights from the game:

    Henderson long td grab

    Jones seals the deal for his league tying 9th int of the year

    Vaughn makes cambell pay for his first int of the year

    Westbrook breaks off long run to close out the game

    Westbrook scores 1st td of the day and his 12th on the year

    Player of the game:
    RB - Westbrook
    25 carries 141 yards and a td. Saints didn't light up the scoreboard but that was basically because they controlled the ball all game long, and westbrook was the reason for that. Westbrook has really became a force in the past 4 games (all wins for the Saints) and he looks to keep things rolling and keep the Saints playoff hopes alive.

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