New Orleans Saints:
Saints somehow march their way to a 30-27 OT win against the Chargers - Canal Street Chronicles
Saints emerge victorious in nail-biter against Los Angeles Chargers.
Chargers’ Joey Bosa, Mike Williams step up vs. New Orleans Saints - Whittier Daily News
Defensive end Joey Bosa and wide receiver Mike Williams both made strong plays against the New Orleans Saints, despite the Chargers’ loss.
Chargers squander another 17-point lead, spoil Justin Herbert’s MNF debut - ESPN
Despite being head 20-3 in the second quarter, the Chargers lost to the New Orleans Saints, marking Justin Herbert’s MNF debut as a loss.
Saints vs Chargers Monday Night Football Inactives List: Marshon Lattimore, Jared Cook, and Marcus Davenport are active. - Canal Street Chronicles
Despite being listed as questionable, Marshon Lattimore, Jared Cook, and Marcus Davenport all played in Monday night’s game, but Deonte Harris, Janoris Jenkins, Justin Hardee, Adam Trautman, Ethan Greenidge, and Malcolm Roach were all ruled out.
Taysom Hill scores game-tying touchdown in Saints’ win over Chargers - Desert News
Taysom Hill scored the final touchdown in regulation to tie the game at 27-27 despite only having one carry for the rest of the night before that touchdown.
Interview with the Enemy: Saints streak of not allowing a 100-yard rusher looks to continue against Chargers - Canal Street Chronicles
With Chargers running back Austin Ekeler ruled out for the Week 5 game, the Saints hoped to be able to stop the run game.
Chargers WR Keenan Allen ruled out of Saints game with back spasms - ESPN
Wide receiver Keenan Allen was ruled out of returning in the Week 5 game against the Saints after being taken out due to a back injury.
Saints 30, Chargers 27 (OT). Deadline fun! pic.twitter.com/Equn8glLqf— Zach Ewing (@zewing) October 13, 2020
How it started: How it ended: pic.twitter.com/Gn1ol5UWQJ— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) October 13, 2020
The New Orleans Saints rallied from a 20-3 deficit on Monday night to beat the Los Angeles Chargers 30-27 in overtime at the Superdome #SSNFL— SuperSport Blitz (@SuperSportBlitz) October 13, 2020