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Teams played Thursday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome

With the loss, New Orleans finishes the preseason with an 0-4 record. The Saints open the 2016 regular season when they host the visiting Oakland Raiders at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Sunday, September 11. Kickoff is 12:00 p.m.

  • QB Drew Breesplayed the first series of the game, engineering a 10-play, 61-yard drive that culminated in a K Kai Forbath36-yard field goal. The signal-caller was good on three-of-six passing for 40 yards.
  • Entering in the first quarter in relief of Brees and playing most of the first half, QB LukeMcCownthrew for 30 yards on two-of-four passing.
  • QB Garrett Graysonplayed the entire second half, finishing with 98 yards on 11-of-16 passing with one touchdown. In the fourth quarter, he connected with FB Austin Johnsonon a three- yard score.
  • RB/RS Willie Sneadreturned two kicks for 53 yards, with a long-return of 31 yards, and added seven yards on one punt return, 31 yards on six rush attempts and 28 yards on a team- high three receptions.
  • WR Jordan Williams-Lambertposted two receptions for a team-high 41 yards, including a 30- yard catch-and-run on the team's final possession to set the Saints offense up at the Ravens two-yard line.
  • WR Brandon Colemancaught two passes for 25 yards, including a long-reception of 19 yards.
  • RB Daniel Lascoconverted on a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter, finishing the game with the conversion, two carries for 11 yards and two catches for 16 yards.
  • LB Craig Robertsonmade the start and posted one sack and three solo stops.
  • DT John Jenkinscollected two sacks of QB Josh Johnson in the second half, finishing the contest with three solo tackles.
  • LB Michael Mautiregistered a team-leading eight tackles, six of which were solo tackles, also a team best.
  • CB P.J. Williamsmade the start at RCB and posted four solo tackles and a team-high two passes defensed.
  • Forbathconnected on his only field goal attempt, a 36-yard field goal to put New Orleans on the board in the first quarter.
  • K Connor Barthwas good on his lone field goal attempt, a 40-yard field goal in the opening quarter that put the Saints up 6-0.
  • P Thomas Morsteadpunted four times for 186 total yards (46.5 avg.) with a long of 59 yards and a net average of 44.3.
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