NFL Highlights: Saints survive Falcons comeback to capture division title

11/29/2019

ATLANTA, GA – It got closer than Drew Brees and company would’ve hoped, but the New Orleans Saints held off the Atlanta Falcons on Thanksgiving night 26-18 to clinch the NFC South.

The Saints led 26-9 late in the fourth quarter before Atlanta managed to recover back-to-back onside kicks in a bid to tie the game. The Saints’ ninth sack of the game finally sealed the victory.

Brandon Gaudin and Tony Boselli called the action on Westwood One.

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