By Ryan Kartje
Michael Thomas turned upfield, with nothing but open turf in front of him and Rams cornerback Marcus Peters already two steps behind. It was all the time Drew Brees needed – and all the room the Saints would need to leave the rest of the NFL in their dust.
Seventy-two yards later, the Saints had not only slayed the unbeatable Rams, but stolen their pedestal at the top rung of the league. Even before Thomas’ shootout-winning sprint, as the rest of the world – this writer, included – raved about how the Rams were rolling, the Saints were already laying claim to that lofty [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register