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New Orleans Sunday night victory felt like a Brees

New Orleans reminded everyone on primetime television why the Saints are so dangerous at home. With the help of a great effort by the offensive line, a balanced offense, a hard hitting defense and, yes, some voodoo, halloween magic, the Saints dominated against a very good Green Bay team that has been rolling. 450 more words

Packers will slip by Saints (Reverse Psychology!)

I’m tired of picking the Saints to win. I’ve done it for six weeks and have only been rewarded for my less-than-skillful analysis twice. That’s clearly not a good percentage. 480 more words


Saints Under Siege

Outside of the Seahawks, who sit at .500 after a loss to the Rams, the Saints may be the biggest disappointment of the still-young season. New Orleans fell to 2-4 after blowing a 23-10 lead with 5:17 remaining in Detroit. 1,045 more words

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The TD record is wonderful, but only another ring can boost Peyton Manning's legacy

Don’t get me wrong, Peyton Manning breaking Brett Favre’s record for most career touchdown passes is one of the greatest individual achievements in NFL history. It solidifies Manning’s place in any conversation about the greatest players of all time and gives him a trump card over any quarterback of the past 25 years. 454 more words


Sean Payton to reporter: 'Be quiet, I'm answering the question'

Someone get Sean Payton some water, he’s going to need it after being so salty at his press conference following a 24-23 loss to the Detroit Lions. 344 more words


Sean Payton Tells Interrupting Reporter to Be Quiet

Sean Payton was a little snippy in his post-game press conference after the Saints lost to the Lions and dropped to 2-4 this afternoon. First he called out a reporter for asking a dumb (inaudible) question. 71 more words


NFL needs to get 'Leah Strong'

The story of Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still and his unquestionably brave daughter Leah has captured the heart of America and provides the NFL with a unique opportunity to overcome at least some of its recent negative publicity. 295 more words