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In a game that saw Drew Brees once again make NFL history, the Saints defense couldn't stop the Carolina Panthers from rallying to a victory 44-38. Cam Newton was 16 for 33 with 248 YDS and 1 INT, but it was in the running backs' hands in the red zone. Mike Tolbert had three 1-yard TD runs. DeAngelo Williams ran wild, for 201 yards to be exact, including big TD runs of 54 and 12 yards. Brees hit the record books in two areas Sunday. His 396 yards gave him 5,177 on the season, making him the first player to eclipse 5,000 yards 3 times.

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