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Fleur-de-Links, January 6: Upset loss against Minnesota Vikings, what’s next for Drew Brees, and Taysom Hill sets record

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Wild Card Round - Minnesota Vikings v New Orleans Saints Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

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Underdog Vikings defeat Saints in overtime, dealing New Orleans another playoff heartbreak - The Washington Post

The Washington Post covers the upset loss suffered at the hands of the Minnesota Vikings in the Wild Card Round.

Rabalais: What’s next for Drew Brees? Saints’ quick playoff exit instantly leads to questions - The Advocate

When asked about retiring after this weekend’s game, Drew Brees says that he is taking it “one year at a time.”

Saints players tweet about game, defend one another - WWLTV

Alvin Kamara, Marshon Lattimore, Cameron Jordan, C.J. Gardner-Johnson, and Deonte Harris tweet support for the team and each other after their Wild Card loss.

The day the music died in the Saints’ post game locker room: ‘It stings every year’ - NOLA

Demario Davis, Jared Cook, Ryan Ramczyk, and Terron Armstead talk about processing their game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Saints’ Marshon Lattimore had to be held back from an assistant coach after TD drive - For The Win/USA Today

Marshon Lattimore had to be “held back” from Saint’s defensive backs coach Aaron Glenn during yesterday’s game.

Drew Brees running out of chances after he and Saints drop the ball - ESPN

ESPN predicts that Drew Brees stays with the Saints for at least one more year following his outstanding performance in the 2019-20 season.

Taysom Hill did something no NFL player has ever done before in Saints’ playoff loss - NOLA

Taysom Hill becomes first NFL player ever to record at least 50 passing yards, 50 rushing yards, 25 receiving yards, and 1 tackle in a playoff game.