Saints safety Vaccaro out Sunday vs. Bills

Saints safety Vaccaro out Sunday vs. Bills

The New Orleans Saints are now 7-2 after a 47-10 road win over the Buffalo Bills. Instead, the Saints put the dagger through the heart of the Bills' defense, gaining, in chronological order: 11, 10, 9, 9, 15, 11, 11, 5 and 6 yards on the ground before Brees scrambled for a 7-yard touchdown to make it 37-3.

"We got whooped physically", he said. And that train just steamrolled through one of the NFL's other surprise contenders in stunning fashion.

After being gashed by the Jets for 194 rushing yards and three touchdowns last week, Buffalo's defense couldn't find a way to correct the issues against the Saints. Ingram and Kamara each surpassed 100 rushing yards and 130 yards from scrimmage.

"We came out, and we wanted to impose our will", Kamara said.

The Saints return home Sunday, Nov. 19 as they play host to the Washington Redskins in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. "That felt like the longest game of my life".

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Saints receiver Michael Thomas also had his best game of the season, with season-highs of nine catches and 117 yards.

"It's about that time in the season where teams start separating themselves", lineman Richie Incognito said, "and at 5-4, we just put ourselves right back in with the rest of the pack".

Mark Ingram had three touchdowns on 131 yards rushing. Between Weeks 5 and 9, the Bills were tied for 18th in points per game allowed (23.75) and 24th in yards allowed per game (383.3).

The second quarter mirrored the first quarter: The Saints gained 132 yards of offense and scored on both of their possessions while the Bills punted three times and trailed 17-3 at the break.

"We're actually committing to it, as a coaching staff, everybody's buying into it as players", Ingram said of what's so different with New Orleans' run game this year.

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