The New Orleans Saints ran their current win streak to 5-consecutive games on Sunday, with a 24-23 win over the Baltimore Ravens, but didn't come away without a scratch.

The Saints suffered at least three injuries in the win, which was clinched after Justin Tucker's shocking missed extra point, following a Baltimore passing touchdown with under :30 remaining.


The Saints just re-signed Bromley, for the second time this year, last Tuesday. New Orleans also lost safety Marcus Williams in the fourth quarter, due to injury.

Williams was not on the field when Joe Flacco connected with John Brown with :24 to go, trimming the Saints' lead to 24-23, before the Tucker failed PAT.

The severity of the injuries to Bromley and/or Williams likely won't be known until later this week.

Finally, a third injury occurred, when Josh LeRibeus, who started at left guard with Andrus Peat (concussion) out, exited in the second quarter with an ankle injury and did not return.