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Saints remain undefeated

By Adam Hooper - bio | email

 

LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) - The Saints take on the Red Skins in a game that proved to be quite intense.

"I can just hope for the best. Right now it is tied up, but I think they are going to go ahead with it," said Theran Guidry.

Despite the Saints lagging behind, the fans remained positive.

"We are just here watching the Saints try to beat the Red Skins. At this moment they are not winning, but I know we are going to come back," said Eugenio Cortina.

"I thought they would come out flat in the first half, because they just came off of a big win last week. But, I think they will come back in the second half and do just fine," said Davis Reid.

But, in fact, the Saints would not pull ahead until the very last play of the game. The Saints win it 33-30.

"You just don't know. This game was so good. It was so good," said Katina Turner.

It is official. With four weeks left in the season, the Saints are headed to the playoffs as the 2009 NFC South Division Champions. Fans are heading to the stores looking for black and gold.

"Before the game was even over I was here ready to get it," said Richard Doss.

"I left the house right when the buzzer said zero. We were out the door, TV still on, lights on. We got in the car and came straight here," said Lacy Artis.

And with four weeks left in the regular season, some saints fans are already talking Superbowl.

 

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