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Sunday, October 4, 2015 at Mercedes-Benz Superdome(New Orleans, LA) Cowboys 20, Saints 26 This Saints vs Cowboys game was close down to the last minute. Each team played well and both scored touchdowns in the fourth quarter. The game winning point opportunity was given to New Orleans in a last minute field goal attempt, however their attempt was unsuccessful and the Saints Cowboys game went into overtime. It was in overtime that Drew Brees would go on to throw his 400th career touchdown pass, and with that the New Orleans Saints beat the Dallas Cowboys 26-20.
Sunday, September 28, 2014 at AT&T Stadium (Dallas, TX) Cowboys 38, Saints 17 Tony Romo shined in this Cowboys vs Saints game as he threw three touchdown passes. DeMarco Murray also shined as he rushed over 100 yards. New Orleans was unable to score in the first half of the game, but they did have a good comeback attempt in the second half, with a field goal in the third quarter and two touchdowns in the fourth. Despite their attempt, it wasn’t enough to beat Dallas, and the Cowboys beat the Saints 38-17.