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Saints overcome slow start to capture first Super Bowl title in franchise history
By Associated Press
Saints overcome slow start to capture first Super Bowl title in franchise history
Associated Press
Ben Liebenberg / |
Coach Sean Payton celebrates the Saints' triumph in Super Bowl XLIV. |

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- The ultimate underdogs, they ain't. Not anymore. The Saints are Super Bowl champions now.
Who Dat? Try Drew Brees, Sean Payton and a team that has reversed its embarrassing past, carrying an entire city to the top with it.
Put away those paper bags forever.
Brees and the Saints rallied to upset Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 Sunday night in one of pro football's most thrilling title games.
"We just believed in ourselves and we knew that we had an entire city and maybe an entire country behind us," said Brees, the game's MVP. "What can I say? I tried to imagine what this moment would be like for a long time, and it's better than expected."
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But not something many expected from these descendants of the hapless Aints, who were five-point underdogs.
"Four years ago, who ever thought this would be happening when 85 percent of the city was under water from (Hurricane) Katrina," Brees said. "Most people not knowing if New Orleans would ever come back or if...

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