Brees adds to Saints running up 47-10 win over Bills

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) Given how well Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara were running the ball against Buffalo, Saints quarterback Drew Brees couldn’t resist getting in on the fun.

Unable to find an open receiver while dropping back on first-and-goal from the 7, Brees took off to his left and scampered into the end zone courtesy of a key block from tackle Terron Armstead.

”I felt like I owed that to the running backs since they did all the work,” Brees said, in noting how the Saints ran the ball nine times for 87 yards to get into scoring position in the first place. ”We needed another rushing touchdown.”

The Saints totaled a franchise-best six touchdowns rushing to win their seventh straight game by plowing through a porous Bills defense in a 47-10 rout on Sunday.

Ingram led a 298-yard ground attack with 131 yards rushing and a career-high three touchdowns. Kamara added 106 yards rushing and a score. And even Trey Edmunds found the end zone on a 41-yard scamper up the left sideline with 3:04 left.

The Saints (7-2) matched their win total from each of the past three seasons and became the second team in the Super Bowl Era to win seven in a row after an 0-2 start. The other team to do so

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