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Deuce McAllister running from the Panthers headed for a touchdown.


Joe Horn has made the catch and is running he dodges one, two, breaks away from the Rams and he's at the 30, the 20, the 10, TOUCHDOWN SAINTS!!! Joe Horn has made his second touchdown grab of the game this might be the end for the Rams. 


Michael Lewis-WR for the Saints. The popular New Orleans native has beaten the odds to become one of the NFL's most feared kickoff and punt return specialists. Lewis made his first NFL roster in 2001 at the age of 29.Lewis has also had stints in NFL Europe, Arena Football and the Indoor Professional Football League. After a solid rookie season where he showed flashes of his game-breaking ability, Lewis took his performance to a new level in 2002 and authored one of the most prolific seasons by a return man in league history. He set an NFL record with 2,432 combined yards on kickoff and punt returns and capped a memorable year with a selection to the Pro Bowl and almost every All-Pro team. In 2003, Lewis averaged 23.7 yards per kickoff return and 9.2 yards on punt returns while also becoming a more integral part of the offensive attack.
He has proved a threat to all special teams and playing as a wide reciever he always seems to make the catch.

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Saints QB, Aaron Brooks, throwing while being tackled by the Bengals Defense.


Mike McKenzie-CB
Acquired from the Green Bay Packers last year. He proved to be a great addition to the Saints defense and has recently been resigned by the Saints for a 5-year contract. Lets hope he can stop some of the oppositions wide recievers this 2005 season.