Saints up big vs Raiders going into halftime
NEW ORLEANS - What a difference a week makes! The Saints' offense scored on every first-half drive to lead the Raiders 23-7 going into the half.
Drew Brees played the whole first half and registered 14-of-18 passing for 202 yards and a touchdown. Rookie Kenny Stills caught four passes for 64 yards receiving and a score.
Former LSU quarterback Matt Flynn struggled early but orchestrated a touchdown score with :31 left in the half, finishing the first frame 12-for-16 for 124 yards and a touchdown toss.
The now-Raiders signal caller was sacked five times by the Saints.
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