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National Football League
                === Brees, Saints sharp in win over Raiders ===
 New Orleans, LA (Sports Network) - Drew Brees went 14-for-18 for 202 yards and
 a  touchdown as the New Orleans Saints defeated the Oakland Raiders, 28-20, on
 Mark  Ingram rushed  nine times for 30  yards and a touchdown for New Orleans,
 which edged the Chiefs, 17-13, in their preseason opener last week.
 The  Saints, who  are transitioning from a  4-3 defense to a 3-4 defense under
 newly  appointed  defensive coordinator Rob  Ryan, limited the Raiders to just
 185 total yards and recorded seven sacks and a safety.
 Matt  Flynn was  12-for-16 for 124 yards and a touchdown while Darren McFadden
 ran  five times for 17 yards for Oakland, which narrowly defeated the Cowboys,
 19-17, in their preseason opener a week ago.
 Garrett  Hartley scored  on the Saints' opening drive, booting a 53-yard field
 goal.  On their  next drive, Ingram pushed  forward from two yards out for the
 score.  Near the  end  of the  first  quarter, Brees  connected  on a  16-yard
 touchdown pass to Kenny Stills.
 In the second, Hartley split the uprights from 31 and 30 yards out to give the
 Saints  a  23-0 advantage. However, Flynn  found Denarius Moore for an 18-yard
 touchdown as the first half was coming to a close.
 Late in the third, the Saints were on their own 10-yard line after they opened
 their  drive with  a  10-yard offensive  holding  penalty. Backup  quarterback
 Seneca  Wallace was sacked by David Bass at the 1-yard line and fumbled, which
 was recovered by Ryan Robinson for a touchdown.
 A  46-yard field  goal by  Eddy Carmona  with 19  seconds left  in the  period
 brought  Oakland within six. Sebastian Janikowski drilled a field goal from 50
 yards  out on  Oakland's first  drive  in the  fourth  to cut  the deficit  to
 Midway through the period, the Raiders had their backs against the wall at the
 1-yard line and Jamize Olawale was tackled by Will Herring in his own end zone
 for a safety.
 Hartley sealed the game on the ensuing possession with a 28-yard field goal.
 08/16 23:42:26 ET