NEW ORLEANS, LA - DECEMBER 4: Cheerleader of the New Orleans Saints performs during a game against the Detroit Lions at Mercedes-Benz Superdome on December 4, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Saints defeated the Lions 31-17. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
New Orleans Saints running game is now top 10 in the NFL: Film study - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
You might not have noticed but the New Orleans Saints now rank No. 8 in the NFL in rushing and are an even more impressive fourth in yards per carry.
NFL Power Rankings: Panthers pass Bucs - NFC South Blog - ESPN
There’s no question the undefeated Packers belong in the No. 1 spot, but I’m not sure I believe the 49ers and Ravens are any better than the Saints.
NFC South Stock Watch - NFC South Blog - ESPN
2. Robert Meachem, Saints receiver. About as quietly as you can put up 119 receiving yards and one touchdown, Meachem did that in Sunday night’s victory against Detroit.
How Saints can clinch NFC South - NFC South Blog - ESPN
The NFC South can be won this Sunday. There’s a scenario in which the New Orleans Saints can clinch the division title this Sunday. It’s
New Tulane Coach Curtis Johnson will continue to work with New Orleans Saints for remainder of season - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Saints Coach Sean Payton praised Tulane's decision to hire receivers coach
New Orleans Saints linebacker Scott Shanle says team has that 2009 feeling - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Shanle: 'Now it's up to us to see if we can maintain that level'
Tennessee Titans are tough opponent for New Orleans Saints for many reasons - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
Saints will play outdoors for first time in eight weeks
Looking at the playoff picture - NFC South Blog - ESPN
The undefeated Green Bay Packers would be the No. 1 seed and the San Francisco 49ers would be No. 2. But the New Orleans Saints are only a game behind the 49ers.
Saints say win streak reminds them of ’09 Super Bowl run - New Orleans Saints - SunHerald.com
METAIRIE, La. -- Drew Brees led a decisive fourth-quarter scoring drive. Tracy Porter made a game-sealing interception. A fourth-straight win helped New Orleans consolidate its NFC South Division lead.
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NEW ORLEANS SAINTS New Orleans clinches South Division title: 1) NO win + ATL loss
Now New Orleans Saints just need to take their winning streak on the road - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
The New Orleans Saints are 9-3, which is a far cry from 13-0. Still, linebacker Scott Shanle said their current four-game win streak has had a little of that "2009 feeling" to it. Now, he said, it's the Saints' job to keep it going during the fourth quarter of the season if they want to turn this into another...
After top 3, spots in NFC playoffs are up for grabs - New Orleans Saints Football NFL News - NOLA.com
The NFC playoff race is starting to crystallize now that we've reached the three-quarters pole of the regular season. It's a three-team race at the top. The unbeaten Green Bay Packers are the heavy favorites to earn the No. 1 seed. The upstart 49ers are in great shape to secure the No. 2 seed but still have work to...
Division clinched, 49ers strive for first-round bye in playoffs - Sacramento Sports - Kings, 49ers, Raiders, High School Sports | Sacramento Bee
The 49ers have a one-game lead on the Saints, and they can even afford to blow that lead because they own the tie breaker, which is a better conference record.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz bemoans costly penalties | Detroit Free Press | freep.com
"There's things that happen you have to walk away from, and these last two weeks we haven't walked away from them," Schwartz said. "We were selfish and cost our team."
Mark Ingram talks Saints, Heisman, Alabama | ProFootballTalk
During last night's NBC SportsTalk, Saints running back Mark Ingram joined the show to discuss the prospects of his NFL team as the postseason approaches.
Around the NFC South - NFC South Blog - ESPN
New Orleans coach Sean Payton said his team is a work in progress when asked if the Saints are better than they were last year. Coaches aren’t supposed to say their team is better than last year, so I’ll do it for him. The Saints are better than last year. They’ve got a better defense and a stable of healthy running backs to go with Drew Brees and the passing game.
Ask the Expert: Pat Yasinskas | Atlanta Falcons
The Saints certainly are sitting in a good spot and they seem to have really hit their stride in the last month or so. The Falcons still have a shot at them in New Orleans on Dec. 26. But the Falcons will have to win that game, get hot and get some help from another team if they’re going to have any chance at overtaking the Saints.
Ex-New Orleans Saint Joe Horn among several players suing NFL over Toradol
Horn, along with several other plaintiffs, claim that they now experience severe side affects after years of being injected with Toradol, which was used to keep them in the game and off the sideline when injured.
Tulane Green Wave gives new football coach a warm welcome | NOLA.com
If the brass band belting out "When the Saints Go Marching In" wasn't too obvious, the cascade of Saints players, General Manager Mickey Loomis and Coach Sean Payton into the Wilson Center on Monday afternoon offered a further hint that the next leader of Tulane football would have a distinct fleur-de-lis leaning. The fans are hoping the Harvey resident...