BLOG: Bills feast on Thanksgiving, dish Saints fourth straight loss


NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA – NOVEMBER 25: Trevor Siemian #15 of the New Orleans Saints is sacked by Ed Oliver #91 of the Buffalo Bills during the second quarter at Caesars Superdome on November 25, 2021 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — New Orleans were hoping for a happy holiday on Thanksgiving, but what they got was a heaping helping of humility after a 31-6 loss to the Buffalo Bills (7-4) inside the Caesars Superdome on a night honoring retired Saints legend Drew Brees.

The Saints drop to 5-6 overall after having lost four straight.

The Saints were without Alvin Kamara for a third-straight week with a knee injury. Offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk, and defensive ends Marcus Davenport and Tanoh Kpassagnon were also out.

Running back Mark Ingram, who is the team’s all-time leading rusher, also didn’t see action and neither did backup quarterback/utility player Taysom Hill who dressed for emergency use only as he is still bothered by a foot injury since returning to the lineup from concussion protocols three weeks ago.

On a brighter note, Brees made his way back to the Superdome for the first time since playing the final game of his record-setting career last January.

Follow the game as it happens with the WGNO Sports staff below:

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