LOUISIANA (KLFY) — The New Orleans Saints fall to 5-5 on the season after losing to the Minnesota Vikings 27-19.
With a close win at home last week against the Chicago Bears, the Saint will looked to add a third straight win to the their record.
In a first half that saw very little production from the Saints, and trailed the Vikings 24-3 at halftime. The Saints managed to have a better offensive output in the second half but was not enough to overcome the deficit.
Saints quarterback Derek Carr was ruled out for the game after a shoulder injury and concussion evaluation in the third quarter. Wider receiver Michael Thomas was also ruled out with a knee injury.
The Saints travel to Atlanta after a bye week next week to take on the Falcons.
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