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Saints hold on for wild 41-38 win over reeling Panthers

The Panthers don’t have to worry about people talking about the Super Bowl hangover anymore, since their fans have moved onto drowning their sorrows over the 2016 team. The Saints dropped the Panthers to 1-5 with a 41-38 win Sunday, with kicker Will Lutz’s 52-yard field goal with 11 seconds left capping a ridiculous game from…
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