Saints set team record with six rushing touchdowns in rout of Bills

Sep 11 2017 Minneapolis MN USA Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs is hit by New Orleans Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro during the second quarter at U.S. Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

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The Saints will be without starting safety Kenny Vaccaro this Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. S Chris Banjo filled in for Vaccaro last week for the second half of the game.

Michael Hartman, the Saints' team doctor. OT Terron Armstead (shoulder) is questionable for the game, as is G Larry Warford (abdomen).

Sunday's game against Buffalo, and was transported to a local hospital via ambulance.

The rookie receiver had 97 yards and a touchdown and though Chris Boswell sent one late field goal attempt off the upright, he nailed the game-winner as time expired.

In the end, it was the worst home loss for the Bills since a 56-10 drubbing by the 2007 Patriots, who almost ran the table in their post-SpyGate redemption tour. Can you say seven in a row for the black and gold?

Kamara then interrupted and said with a laugh: "You don't want to say you got three touchdowns?"

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If that remains the case, the Bills will be on a two-game losing streak while the Saints will have seven straight wins in the bank after an 0-2 start to the year.

"The whole thing sucked today", Bills veteran defensive tackle Kyle Williams said. We're in the wrong places; we're not where we're supposed to be.

The Saints' defense held Buffalo to a total of 198 yards Sunday, not allowing a touchdown until the final two minutes of the game. The Saints' 298 rushing yards were the eighth-most against Buffalo in their franchise history and most since 2012, when the Seattle Seahawks ran for 311. They did not punt in the game.

It wasn't so long ago - 2015 - that Brees became the eighth player in National Football League history to throw for seven touchdowns in a game.

The Buffalo Bills had been giddy over their new-and-improved defense this season under first-year coach Sean McDermott. This was a clear step back.

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