The Saints are now 2-0 on this young NFL season, and the victories are weighty, crucial ones for the Black and Gold since they come against division opponents Atlanta and Tampa Bay.
Sunday's win on the road against the Bucs started out being a day game, but after the one-hour and nine minute lightening delay in the 1st quarter, the game would stretch into the night.
Once the game finally got going again, the Saints narrowly averted a possible nightmare on a last minute drive before halftime.
The Saints had the ball on first and goal at the Tampa Bay one-yard-line, but a pass and two runs failed to deliver it into the end zone.
Kicker Garret Hartley made the 20-yard field goal, and the score would have been 13-7 going into the half.
However, the Bucs jumped offsides, and the Saints decided to get creative after quarterback Drew Brees lobbied head coach Sean Payton to try for a touchdown once more, which meant taking points off the board.
The Saints decided to go for it on fourt...