Brees guided New Orleans to two late Garrett Hartley field goals — the second as time expired — and the Saints upended the 49ers 23-20 on Sunday.

Ingram rushed for 145 yards and a touchdown on only 14 carries last Sunday night in a 49-17 victory over Dallas, smashing his previous career high of 91 yards set in his rookie season of 2011.

Incumbent Garrett Hartley has had a case of the wide-lefts this season, going 16-of-22 on field goals.

As much as Sean Payton would like to see his offense's record-setting performance against Dallas carry forward, experience tells him that assuming so would be unwise.

Drew Brees completed 83 percent of his passes (34 of 41) for 392 yards and four touchdowns. New Orleans also piled up 242 yards rushing, and the team's 625 yards were a franchise record for a regular season game.

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