Saints sunk by stagnant offense, defensive penalties

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The Saints’ promising opening drive ended when Atlanta Falcons linebacker De’Vondre Campbell sacked Drew Brees on third-and-goal.

What initially looked like a momentary slipup wound up setting the tone for an uncharacteristically miserable day for New Orleans.

Brees was sacked five more times and the Saints lost 26-9, failing to score a touchdown at home with Brees under center for the first time in his 14 years with New Orleans.

Saints sunk by stagnant offense, defensive penalties

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