Saints Vs. Raiders Score: New Orleans Running Up The Score, Leads Oakland, 40-20

Even without Drew Brees leading the offense, the New Orleans Saints are still running on all cylinders during the second half of their game against the Oakland Raiders. With less than a quarter left to play, the Saints lead the Raiders, 40-20.

Chase Daniel and Joique Bell are having their own rapport, similar to the one Brees and Jimmy Graham had in the first half. Daniel and Bell hooked up for a huge 60-yard gain After an 18-yard gain brought them to the Raiders' two-yard line, Bell rushed up the middle twice and finally punched it into the end zone. Daniel found Adrian Arrington in the end zone for the successful two-point conversion.

Raiders quarterback Trent Edwards fumbled the ball on third down on the ensuing drive and lost it to the Saints' Junior Galette. Chase Daniel came back in and threw a 39-yard pass to Adrian Arrington for another Saints touchdown. This time Joique Bell ran the ball in for the two-point conversion.

For more on the Saints head over to Canal Street Chronicles. For more on the Raiders, check out Silver & Black Pride. Follow the rest of preseason Week 3 at SB Nation NFL.

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