Saints lose 26-19 to Tampa Bay
New Orleans - The Saints fell to 0-2 as lost to Tampa Bay 26-19 on Sunday.
The Saints took a 7-3 lead in the 2nd quarter as Mark Ingram scored on an 11 yard touchdown rush.
The Buccaneers then went on a 20-0 run into the 4th quarter, as Jameis Winston scored on a passing touchdown (Vincent Jackson) and a rushing one to put the Bucs up 23-7.
The Saints mounted a comeback as they scored on an Austin Johnson touchdown run and a Drew Brees touchdown pass (Willie Snead) to close the gap to 23-19.
The Buccaneers then kicked a field goal to extend the lead to 26-19 with less than 2:00 left in the game: a desparation Hail Mary attempt fell incomplete as the Saints are 0-2 for the second straight season.
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