The New Orleans Saints return to the friendly confines of the Superdome for a showdown against the hated Dallas Cowboys. To make things even better, the game will be on NBC's Sunday Night Football where the Saints have been absolutely lethal at home. This game may be just what Who Dat Nation needs after last week's forgettable performance in Jersey. Let's get our Week 10 preview underway.
Last week I went 9-4, Season record 86-48
Thursday, November 7th
Redskins(3-5) at Vikings(1-7)
Washington may not have any defense, but Minnesota has neither defense or offense.
Sunday, November 10th - Early Games
Philly gets Green Bay at just the right time here.
Jaguars gonna Jaguar.
Pittsburgh will rebound after a disastrous outing against the Pats.
Eli & Co. will actually pick up a rare 2013 victory here.
Indy won't need to mount a comeback in this one.
Seattle will avenge their playoff loss in Atlanta, ten months too late.
Bengals(6-3) at Ravens(3-5)
Upset special as Baltimore stuns Cincy at home.
Whether it's Cutler or the "Mighty McCown" at QB, Chicago pulls out a crucial win over Detroit.
Sunday, November 10th - Late Games
At first glance, this looks like a fantastic matchup between two dominant rushing attacks and powerful defenses, which should be very close. The closer you look at it though, It's very apparent that Carolina has eaten cake for the past 4 games and that will end in San Francisco. I wish both teams could lose.
Houston actually resists the urge to choke another game away this week.
Broncos(7-1) at Chargers(4-4)
Denver and San Diego will put on an aerial show in this one, but Denver prevails.
Sunday Night Football
Cowboys(5-4) at Saints(6-2)
New Orleans has every incentive to roll Dallas in this game. Rob Ryan will coach this game with a vendetta against Dallas, Sean Payton will look to correct the mistakes made a week ago, and this team will relish the opportunity to put away their NFC rival. Most importantly, the Saints return home to play Sunday Night Football where they have been at their absolute best and most focused. Dallas has an incredibly potent passing attack, but I would expect the Saints to give Dez Bryant the "Megatron" treatment from 2011 and double team him out of the equation. I like the Saints here, decisively.
Monday, November 11th - Monday Night Football
Miami looks to focus on football during the harassment debacle, and they've drawn the perfect opponent to escape their troubles.
There you have it, Week 10 is almost upon us. Can't wait to see the Saints back home in primetime! Leave us your picks, comments, and insight below. Who Dat!