Saints vs. Falcons | Week 17 Highlights | NFL



Jamarca Sanford’s interception at the Atlanta 25 with less than two minutes remaining set up Kai Forbath’s 30-yard field goal as time expired, giving the New Orleans Saints a 20-17 win over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.

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  1. When your enemy team wins by a field goal

    FUUUUUUUCK!!!!!!!
    It's weird cause we got the world divisional record, got swept twice by two of our rivals, but we beaten the undefeated panthers? Wow, 2015 was a weird year for the dirty birds, but GG saints, hope to face again next season!

  2. I wanted to blame Matt Ryan for that INT. but that was on Freeman. He was open and faded back on his route, allowing the corner to jump in front.

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