Defense wins games, but so do Wil Lutz field goals in overtime, NO 26 - CHI 23! - Canal Street Chronicles
Bears WR Javon Wims gets himself ejected by throwing haymakers at Saints’ C.J. Gardner-Johnson - Yahoo! Sports
Chicago Bears wide receiver Javon Wims punched C.J. Gardner-Johnson twice, getting himself ejected from the game.
Despite returning to practice earlier in the week, Michael Thomas was out for week 8, while Khalil Mack and Allen Robinson were both active.
Watch: What Sean Payton, Saints players had to say on Wims’ punch, being ‘battle-tested,’ more - NOLA
Speaking on the Saints’ victory over the Chicago Bears, Drew Brees said, “That’s what it is: battle-tested . . . No matter what situation we find ourselves in, we’re going to be able to draw on these other moments.”
A video of Wil Lutz’s game-winning field goal in overtime.
Without Thomas and Sanders the Saints are still favored on the road vs. Bears - Canal Street Chronicles
Even with Michael Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders out, the Saints were still the favorite going into week 8.
Taysom Hill scored his second touchdown of the 2020 season against the Chicago Bears.
Here’s the sequence...— Jeff Nowak (@Jeff_Nowak) November 1, 2020
Looks like Ceedy Duce got a face-poke in on Anthony Miller.
Later on, Javon Wims comes over and essentially suckerpunches Ceedy Duce. He’s ejected.
Troy Aikman: “Uh, that’s just not smart football.”
Next play: Marshon Lattimore interception. #Saints pic.twitter.com/4sZd2e9Knc
Top 10 Saints this season per @AndrewJuge player grades:— Saints Happy Hour Podcast (@SaintsHappyHour) November 2, 2020
1. Kamara 3.38
2. Lutz 3.29
3. Armstead 3.14
4. McCoy 3.05
5. Ramczyk 2.95
6. Onyemata 2.78
7. Hardee 2.78
8. Brees 2.76
9. Deonte Harris 2.72
10. Cook 2.72
Delivering yet another offensively excellent performance for the @Saints in their 26-23 OT win over CHI today (running for 67 & catching for 96), Alvin Kamara has extended his tremendous run of 100+ scrimmage yard performances into a tie for 3rd on this franchise list of streaks pic.twitter.com/aUDwzuVrt2— StatsCentre (@StatsCentre) November 2, 2020