Today you get your links as a mid-day presentation, while I take the early afternoon to complete the HansDat's Hot Reads analysis follow-up to get that up for you later today (Pre-reply: TWSS).
The Saints players lifted weights, looked at film, and got injury treatment yesterday. They are off today and tomorrow (so lots of navel-gazing tweets are sure to ensue), then will have a light day Monday before being off again Tuesday before jumping into Da Bears preparations on Wednesday as they get back on a normal game-week schedule.
Make the jump for the tweets and links.
j_bushrod7475 30,000 feet
LHolderCBS "Please" (in Ochocinco tone) was response from league source about Randy Moss-Saints scuttlebutt started today. I can't see Moss w:Saints
JohnnyPatrick32 Goodnight yall
camjordan94 Officially thru wit time I've digested re-digested swallowed engulfed all the pains of that game 24 hr rule move forward beyond that
GregRomeus91 Wide awake before my alarm ... The grind never sleeps
GregRomeus91 You can't let praise or criticism get to you. It's a weakness to get caught up in either one
JonVilma51 24hr rule...time to move on and get ready for them bears!
ChaseDaniel Proud of my Mizzou Tigers regardless of the outcome last night! James Franklin with 403 total yards and 3 TD's...he was an absolute warrior.
From the Saints Sideline
Saints Postgame Notes | neworleanssaints.com
New Orleans Saints offensive linemen disappointed in final play | NOLA.com
Bob Fortus with Dave Walker - Odds and ends from the Saints.
An Eagles slant on Packers-Saints | Philly.com
Sheil Kapadia - Just for fun - HansDat has no idea who this guy is, or why he wrote this, but there you go.
Still confident in ‘D’ | The Advocate
Brett Martel - Sean Payton remains confident in the moves the Saints have made to improve their defense, even if he wasn’t particularly happy with the nearly 400 yards and five touchdowns the unit gave up in a season-opening loss at Green Bay.
Now time to keep loss in perspective | The Advocate
Sheldon Mickles - It would be silly, not to mention terribly wrong, to overreact to what happened to the New Orleans Saints on Thursday night.
Commentary: Don't talk disaster after just one game | wwltv.com
Sports Director Jim Henderson says one game is far too little a body of work to determine just how this Saints season will play out.
Saints have plenty to build on even in loss to Packers | wwltv.com
Bradley Handwerger - A two-hour drive late at night is sometimes when you do your best thinking. Pondering and such.
Report: Colston out four weeks with broken collarbone | nfl.com
Saints WR Marques Colston could miss significant time after suffering a broken collarbone in a loss to Green Bay Thursday night. HansDat note: Glazer with the scoop...again. I think he and Payton have something going - maybe a short guy's gentlemen's agreement?
Video: Report says Colston out four weeks - NFC South Blog | ESPN.com
Saints receiver Marques Colston is expected to be out four weeks.
Packers' Woodson on punching Thomas: 'I just lost my cool' | nfl.com
Packers cornerback Charles Woodson expects to receive more than a personal foul penalty after throwing a punch at New Orleans tight end David Thomas in Thursday's 42-34 win over the Saints.
New Orleans Saints' Malcolm Jenkins to visit fans at Raising Cane's in Kenner | NOLA.com
Staff report - Restaurant chain to donate proceeds from area sales Saturday to his foundation. HansDat note: Anyone else think at first that 'Raising Cane's' might be a retirement home?
If the Saints were able to actually, permanently, fix one and ONLY ONE area of concern from Thursday night's game, which would you want it to be?
Tackling. (129 votes)
Short yardage success on offense. (35 votes)
The running game. (10 votes)
Protection of Drew Breeeeeeees!!!!! (9 votes)
Pass defense. (61 votes)
Other. (Please explain.) (3 votes)
More burgers for everyone!!!! (5 votes)
252 total votes