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Saints hand Bill Belichick his biggest home loss in 34-0 rout

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TL;DR: The New Orleans Saints hand Bill Belichick his biggest home loss in a 34-0 rout against the New England Patriots. Belichick's team has a 1-4 record this season and has not scored a touchdown since Week Three. Quarterback Mac Jones was pulled early in the fourth quarter after throwing his third pick-six of the season. The Saints' offense had a strong showing, with 308 yards and multiple touchdowns, while their defense intercepted Jones twice and recovered a fumble. The Patriots are 1-4 for the first time since 2000 and will face the Las Vegas Raiders next week. The Saints are now 3-2 and will play the Houston Texans.

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