"If we're in that situation, a (five-minute) situation where we can finish the game with the ball in our hands, taking a knee, we have to take pride in that," Saints right tackle Jon Stinchcomb said. "To get the job done against a team like Minnesota and still get pretty good chunks when they know we're running the ball I think is a testament to the commitment we had to that situation."
"If you turn the ball over and start going down that route, you know that's going to come back and bite you," Stinchcomb said. "If you fight and claw against a quality opponent and you don't turn the ball over and you manage a football game, that's a lot of positive points to work from."
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