NYG is pretty bad, and pretty much what we need right now. Their O-line is a liability, and their D just average. Pretty much Barkley and Beckham and very little beyond that. Engram is probably out.
by: Josh Katzenstein — NOLA: New Orleans Saints Beat 1h
Hill on Sunday had his most work on offense thus far in his young career.
by: Mike Triplett — ESPN: NFL Nation 5h
The greatest rushing performance by a New Orleans QB happened on Sunday. The only debate is whether it was the veteran or the backup who provided it.
by: ElliasJWilliams — SB Nation: Canal Street Chronicles 5h
Who says you can’t teach old dogs new tricks?
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by: SBNation — Pro Football Spot 8h
Five things we learned from Saints 43-37 win over FalconsThe Saints invited the Falcons into the shootout. READ FULL ARTICLE AT SBNATION
by: Roy Anderson — Fansided: Who Dat Dish 8h
That's two in a row as New Orleans moves to 2-1 on the season with a win over the Falcons. Here are the Saints who sizzled and the Saints who fizzled. The ...
by: saintfan — Black and Gold 17h
Either he was watching or someone alerted him to what happened, but Steve Gleason made sure to remind the Atlanta Falcons after Alex Okafor blocked a Matt Bosher punt midway through the third quarter
by: Dan Graziano — NFL Nation: New Orleans Saints 19h
Does Clay Matthews have a point about the league's direction? Does Dallas need a new QB? We have answers to the big questions.
by: The Associated Press — NOLA: New Orleans Saints Beat 19h
Odell Beckham Jr.: 'We came out and played like we loved the game of football'
by: Wallace Delery — SB Nation: Canal Street Chronicles 19h
It’s a master vs apprentice matchup tonight in the Motor City. Join us here to discuss the game!
by: N/A — Pro Football Focus 20h
The New Orleans Saints defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 43-37, continuing the third full week of action in the NFL.
by: Vaughn McClure — ESPN: NFC South Blog 20h
Atlanta is hurting on defense, and what the 1-2 Falcons can do in the near future is ride a high-scoring attack to help offset those glaring issues.
by: Roy Anderson — Fansided: Who Dat Dish 22h
The term instant classic doesn't go far enough in describing the Saints epic overtime win in Atlanta in Week 3 to move them to 2-1 on the season. After ano...
Maybe he wants to keep whatever said between him and Ross, and that's fine. But it's fair to ask again this morning…Beat Writer / Columnist
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