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San Antonio 56 at New Orleans 53
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San Antonio Talons San Antonio Talons 72102856
New Orleans VooDoo New Orleans VooDoo 013211953

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Talons Hold off VooDoo in Closing Seconds
New Orleans VooDoo Press Release

The New Orleans VooDoo battled hard in the second half but were unable to complete the comeback as they fall to San Antonio 56-53 Saturday night in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Talons Emerge Victorious in New Orleans 56-53
San Antonio Talons Press Release

The 2012 Central Division Champion San Antonio Talons (7-6) emerged victorious against the New Orleans VooDoo (3-10) on Saturday night at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome with a score of 56-53 in front of a crowd of 4,326. This win put San Antonio above .500 for the first time this season, and was brought on largely in part by a tireless effort from the Talons on both sides of the ball. A clutch win by San Antonio and a Chicago loss put the Talons in first place in the Central Division. Talon Quarterback Rohan Davey was 26-42 for 254 yards and four touchdowns. VooDoo counterpart Chris Dixon who relieved Rocco was 10-15 for 151 yards on the night. Fred Shaw had an exceptional defensive game for San Antonio with two interceptions, two tackles and three passes broken up.

VooDoo Look for Continued Success at Home as they Host Talons
New Orleans VooDoo Press Release

The VooDoo are going for their third straight home victory as the San Antonio Talons come to town on Saturday night.

San Antonio looks to climb above .500
San Antonio Talons Press Release

The San Antonio Talons (6-6) will look to re-gain the division lead against the New Orleans VooDoo (3-9), Saturday at 7:00 pm CST at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Both teams are coming off arguably, their best wins of the season. The Talons went to Chicago and took down the central division leading Rush 61-54; while the VooDoo recorded a huge win at home against Tampa Bay 54-51.

 
Between the Pads
Most Passing Yards
254 yards, Davey, San Antonio
Most Receiving Yards
121 yards, Wilson, San Antonio
Most Rushing Yards
59 yards, Dixon, New Orleans
Most Passing TDs
4 TDs, Dixon, New Orleans
Most Receiving TDs
3 TDs, Morgan, New Orleans
Most Rushing TDs
2 TDs, Cook, San Antonio
Longest TD Pass
45 yards, Dixon to Morgan, New Orleans
Longest TD Run
15 yards, Cook, San Antonio
Most INTs Thrown
3 INTs, Rocco, New Orleans