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PHOTOS: A play-by-play of The Saints thrilling comeback

Source: Mark LaGrange. Source: Mark LaGrange.
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The Saints trailed 31-16 late in the fourth quarter, but the Black and Gold scored 18 unanswered points in the fourth and overtime, giving the squad a 34-31 triumph. The Saints (8-2) win streak extends to eight games after beating Washington.

We have photos from Mark LaGrange that depict each nail-biting moment leading up to the incredible comeback.

Kamara first bobbles the pass into the air:

Then regathers it … while still shedding a tackler:

…. and then scores:

Payton screams to get the two point play off with the play clock running, and no time outs left:

Mark Ingram and Alvin Kumara celebrate following the scoring of the two point play. The game is now tied with little time left:

Defense shows up with QB hit, forcing a fumble:

…. the fumble is chased but eventually recovered by the Redskins …. and time runs out:

Cameron Jordan comes calling in an intimidating fashion:

…. and finishes the deal.  This was in overtime, forcing the OT punt.

Celebration of the sack:

The defense comes through: 

Ingram explodes in OT, putting the Saints in position to kick the winning field goal:

Wil Lutz tips the hat after kicking the winning points:

Celebration ensues: 

Punter to kicker:

More celebration: 

Man of the hour: 

Team pose: 

Fans: 

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