Losing on the road for the New Orleans Saints was so 2013.

Kicker Shayne Graham drilled a 32-yard field goal as time expired as the Saints escaped with a 26-24 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC wild-card playoff round at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday night. The win kept the Saints' 2013 season alive as New Orleans will head back to Seattle next Saturday to face the Seahawks in the NFC divisional round.

The Saints also erased a goose egg as New Orleans picked up its first road playoff win in the Sean Payton/Drew Brees era and the first postseason victory away from home in franchise history. The Saints were 0-3 with Payton and Brees, and 0-5 lifetime in road playoff games.

The Eagles roared back from being down 20-7. Tight end Zach Ertz capped the comeback with a 3-yard touchdown reception with 4:58 left to give Philadelphia a 24-23 advantage.

But the Saints' offense gobbled up yardage and clock to drive down the field to set up Graham's winning kick in one of the most dramatic wins in Saints history. The Saints held on to the ball for the final 4:54 to seal the win.

Earlier in the second half momentum quickly shifted to the Eagles once Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis left the game in the third quarter with a possible concussion. Nick Foles hit DeSean Jackson on the next play for a 40-yard reception, and LeSean McCoy cut the Saints' lead to 20-14 on a 1-yard scoring plunge on fourth-and-goal late in the third quarter.

The teams then exchanged field goals in the fourth quarter. The Eagles' Alex Henery made it 20-17 on a 31-yarder early in the fourth quarter, and Graham booted a 35-yard attempt to push the Saints ahead 23-17 with 8:09 left.

Brees erased a forgettable first half, in which he threw two interceptions, on the opening drive of the third quarter to propel the Saints to a 13-7 lead. This time, Brees spotted an open Lance Moore in the middle of the field, and Moore did the rest in darting into the end zone for a 22-yard touchdown reception with 10:16 left in the third quarter.

Mark Ingram's 4-yard scoring run late in the second quarter highlighted his 18-carry, 97-yard rushing performance to push New Orleans ahead 20-7.