SAINTS @ RAMS:
Saints RB Ingram out for Rams game, team moves Ivory up to 53-man roster | wwltv.com New Orleans
Running back Mark Ingram will miss his first game as a professional after Saints coach Sean Payton deemed him out for Sunday’s game at St. Louis.
MICKLES: Saints right where they want to be | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
As we approach the halfway mark of the NFL season and the beginning of November, when the division races heat up and the temperatures cool …
Saints not taking Rams for granted | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
On paper, the New Orleans Saints’ meeting with the winless St. Louis Rams on Sunday looks like a mismatch if there ever was one.
Saints LT Bushrod quietly making a name for himself | wwltv.com New Orleans
Though Jermon Bushrod is making a name for himself as one of the better left tackles in the NFL, you’d likely never know it.
Saints LB Vilma being smart during the week with knee injury | wwltv.com New Orleans
For the past two days, Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma has been on the sideline during practice, registering a "Did Not Practice" by his name while resting a left knee injury.
Progress on Brees deal not expected this weekend | ProFootballTalk
A very simple observation from Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune regarding the status of the contract talks between the Saints and quarterback Drew Brees has been interpreted by some news aggregators far more broadly to mean that a deal could be coming.
Keys to the Game: New Orleans
While Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have been given most of the credit and Aaron Rodgers has emerged, there might not be a more consistently prolific quarterback in the league than New Orleans’ Drew Brees.
Around the NFC South - NFC South Blog - ESPN
New Orleans coach Sean Payton won’t reveal whether he or offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael will call the plays Sunday. Like it matters? The Saints are playing the winless Rams.
New Orleans Saints racking up the YAC - NFC South Blog - ESPN
When it comes to making things happen after the catch, no team in the NFL does it better than the New Orleans Saints.
Final Word: NFC South - NFC South Blog - ESPN
Running at the Rams. The Saints are thought of as a pass-first offense. But don’t be surprised if they change things up a bit this week. The Rams have one of the worst run defenses in recent history. St. Louis allowed 293 rushing yards to Dallas in Week 7. The Rams already have allowed 1,103 rushing yards this season. Since 2000, only two defenses have allowed more rushing yards in their first six games.
Charles Brown grows into an anchor on New Orleans Saints offensive line - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Play of second-year tackle in place of injured starter Zach Strief pleases the team
Matchups: A Sprolesian Spark - Matchups - Rotoworld.com
1:00PM ET Games New Orleans @ St. Louis The Saints are destined for rushing success against a St. Louis defense that ranks 32nd versus the run and permits a league-most 5.49 yards per carry.
Randy Moss remains possibly available, for the right situation | ProFootballTalk
As we understand it, he’d likely rejoin the Patriots in a heartbeat, but the Patriots have shown zero interest in a reunion. The Saints would be a possibility, but the price probably would be higher.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Under Pressure: Coming Unblocked
When Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams goes shark hunting, he leaves his shark cage at home. Williams spends his vacations climbing Mount Everest, and he doesn't need any supplemental oxygen. Whenever he's in Japan, he has to order the Fugu. He's even been known to go to an Eagles' game wearing an opposing team's jersey.
Drew Brees' passing game against the Indianapolis Colts: Graphic - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
A look at Drew Brees' passing accuracy during the New Orleans Saints' 62-7 walloping of the Indianapolis Colts last Sunday night in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Legislative committee OKs Superdome naming rights deal with Mercedes-Benz - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
The deal is worth between $50 million and $60 million for New Orleans Saints
John Kasay has been more than steady for the New Orleans Saints: First-and-10 - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Jeff Duncan's weekly Saints observations