GIANTS @ SAINTS:
New Orleans Saints' Turk McBride misses practice, Jonathan Vilma limited - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Saints' injury report for Thursday
Giants coach Tom Coughlin said his team must have ‘poise in the noise’ of the raucous Superdome against the Saints on Monday - NYPOST.com
The last time the Giants hit the road for a game in a near-impossible environment against a near-perfect quarterback, they produced their finest moment this season. It ended with Eli Manning making
New Orleans Saints scouting report: New York Giants - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
A closer look at the Monday night matchup
Drew Brees is well on pace for the NFL passing record: First-and-10 - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Jeff Duncan's weekly observations
No changes to New Orleans Saints injury report - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Linebacker Jonathan Vilma again participates on limited basis
Chad Jones will join Giants in New Orleans | ProFootballTalk
One year and a half after a life-threatening car crash, 2010 Giants third round draft pick Chad Jones is ready to take a new step in his recovery. The New Orleans-area native and LSU product will take a brief break from his rehab to join his Giants teammates on the sideline for the first time dur...
Suh tries to defend his stomp | ProFootballTalk
In the past, when Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh has supplied his version of an on-field incident that resulted in a penalty or a fine, he seemed persuasive. After Thursday's Haynesworthy performance against the Packers, Suh's effort to talk his way out of trouble comes off as pathetic.
Packers on Suh: "His explanation is crap" | ProFootballTalk
"That’s [expletive]," Lang said via Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "He clearly had Evan [Dietrich-Smith] by the face mask pinned to the ground. His explanation is crap. There’s no room for that. It’s a dumb penalty. He hurt his own team today."
Mike Pereira suggests multiple game suspension for Suh | ProFootballTalk
"The question won’t be if the NFL will suspend [Ndamukong] Suh, but when — and for how many games," Pereira writes. "Suh’s not dirty, he’s filthy."
Ndamukong Suh "out of control," college teammate says | ProFootballTalk
Criticism of Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is coming from all corners, including a college teammate of Suh's who says it's time for a suspension.
Lions' next opponent: Meet the New Orleans Saints | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
How hard is it to beat the Saints in the Superdome? They're 4-0 at home and they entered Thursday as one of only three teams left in the NFL who were undefeated at home this season.