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The Chargers completely blew it to give the Saints their 1st win of the season

Mistake after mistake from San Diego in the fourth quarter led to the agonizingly close 35-34 loss to the Saints. The New Orleans Saints finally won a game, defeating the Chargers in San Diego by a final score of 35-34. The Chargers had a 24-14 lead going into the half, but were overwhelmed by mistakes in the fourth quarter. The Saints capitalized to finally get their first win of the 2016 season.
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