Saints vs. 49ers 2013 Prediction Contest

Stacy Revere

Make your three best predictions about the Saints vs. 49ers showdown this Sunday, November 10th, against other CSC members for a chance to win nothing.

The Saints look to exact revenge on the 49ers this Sunday, so here is your own personal chance to exact a little of your own revenge for all those bad predictions you've made in the past.

By now you should all know what to do and how to do it, but just in case you don't, you can catch up on the rules of the game right here. As always, all are welcome to partake, including opposing fans. This is a great opportunity for those readers who have never signed up or commented to finally dip their toe in the water.

Before we get started, we must continue the tradition of acknowledging last week's winner and today that would be CSC member and contributor, Ryan Edwards, who defeated other perfect predictors by landslide vote. Here are the three predictions that earned him the win:

1) For only the 3rd time this season, the Saints will rush for 100+ yards as a team.

2) The Saints will lead by halftime, and will not be behind for the rest of the game.

3) Morstead punts the ball 4 times or less.

Good luck to everyone this week. Make 'em count!

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