Saints vs. Dolphins ESPN Monday Night Football 2013 News

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In a battle of the unbeatens, the 3-0 Dolphins visit the 3-0 Saints tonight on Monday Night Football. Kick-off will be at 7:40 PM CT.



Saints prepare for tonight's MNF matchup vs. Dolphins

Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints - Preview - September 30, 2013 - ESPN
NFL Football Preview: Final statistics from the Miami vs. New Orleans game played on September 30, 2013

Saints' Kenny Vaccaro Excited for Monday Night Football
Saints' Kenny Vaccaro Excited for Monday Night Football

Junior Galette, Saints Defensive Line Garnering High Praise
Junior Galette, Saints Defensive Line Garnering High Praise

Vargas: Saints enter telling three-game stretch | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
After the thrill of razor-thin victories over the Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers subsided, and the satisfaction of a decisive rou…

Saints wary of what Dolphins CB Grimes can do | New Orleans
Brent Grimes spent much of 2012 on the sidelines in Atlanta, a torn anterior cruciate ligament ended his season in the first game.

'Turning point' for Brees came 10 years ago, against Miami on MNF | New Orleans
Ten years ago and what likely feels like a lifetime ago for Drew Brees, there was a time he wasn’t so dominant.

Saints D trying to stay grounded ahead of tonight's Miami game | New Orleans
Three weeks into Rob Ryan’s first year in New Orleans, the Saints’ defense has done things not seen from defensive unit in these parts in a number of years.

Saints WR Moore questionable for Dolphins game | New Orleans
Only two players have been deemed out by the Saints two days ahead of New Orleans’ Monday night showdown with undefeated Miami.

The Ones Who Knock
There's a new boss in town. Formerly mild-mannered and ineffectual, now feared by all. You want a new nickname for the Saints' defense? I nominate "Heisenberg."

Graham fixed on proving self, not contract - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
METAIRIE, La. -- New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham stressed again Saturday that he is not concerned about his contract situation and is strict

'It's not the position, it's the disposition' - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
METAIRIE, La. -- The New Orleans Saints' defense is operating out of a base 3-4 scheme this year. But it’s been hard to tell that by watching th

Saints mailbag: Better without vets? - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
Thanks for submitting your questions to me on Twitter this week. I’ll put together a New Orleans Saints mailbag every weekend, and occasionally

Saints morning report: Case of the Mondays - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
The New Orleans Saints are no strangers to high-profile games over the past five years. But they still insist that it’s a big deal to play on Mo

W2W4: New Orleans Saints vs. Miami Dolphins on MNF - ESPN
For the first time in 15 years, two teams with records of 3-0 or better will meet on Monday Night Football when the New Orleans Saints (3-0) host th

Saints corners getting job done - New Orleans Saints Blog - ESPN
One of the most underrated reasons for the New Orleans Saints’ defensive success this year is the play of veteran cornerbacks Jabari Greer and K

Looking Back on the Crystal Ball: Saints D-Line Key To Pass Rush - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Sep 22, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan (94) celebrates after recording a sack against Arizona Cardinals quarte

Five things to know about the New Orleans Saints on Monday, September 30
Kickoff is set for 7:40 p.m.

Champions Square activities will begin at 4:30 p.m.
Bag of Donuts will perform at 4:55 p.m.

New Orleans Saints fans remember the loudest games they have attended
How loud will it get tonight vs. the Dolphins?

New Orleans Saints Morning Break
A sampling of what's being written about the Saints and Dolphins before their Monday night showdown

New Orleans Saints-Miami Dolphins: Five things to watch
Key matchups in Monday night game

Saints vs Dolphins 2013 Trailer
The New Orleans Saints battle the Miami Dolphins on ESPN's Monday Night Football in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on September 30, 2013. (New Orleans Saints video)


They're not fish. They're mammals.

Five Keys To Beating The Saints
John Congemi breaks down his five keys to the Monday night showdown against the New Orleans Saints.

Andy Cohen: Tonight’s Challenge Is To Make The Fourth Quarter Matter " The Finsiders – Miami Dolphins

Armando Salguero: Miami Dolphins’ offense undergoing a renaissance - Armando Salguero -
It has been dark a long time around here but now, after three games this NFL season, there’s a hint of sunshine rising over the Dolphins.

INSIDE THE NUMBERS: The Dolphins And Monday Night Football
The Dolphins have been a fixture on "Monday Night Football" since it started in 1970.

Top story lines tonight for Miami Dolphins at New Orleans Saints |
Key topics for tonight’s Dolphins game against the Saints in the Superdome (8:40 p.m., ESPN).Miami wishing he’d joined Heat instead?

Hyde5: Five reasons I'm picking Saints 31, Dolphins 24 - Sun Sentinel
1. You can’t ignore what the stats tell us. You can overdo them after just three games. But you can’t ignore the Saints ranking sixth in total offense (404.3 yards/game) and fourth in total defense (245.7) .


Around the league

Atlanta Falcons' comeback bid falls short once again -
There isn't a lot separating 4-0 from 1-3 in the NFL, but Sunday's 30-23 loss to the New England Patriots speaks volumes about the Atlanta Falcons. How long will Matt Ryan continue to choke in the red zone?

Glennon no better, worse than Freeman in debut | Tampa Bay Times
Most familiar resultHere's the thing: I don't think Josh Freeman would have done any better.Or, come to think of it, much worse.

Sanchez decides to have season-ending surgery | ProFootballTalk
After a game in which rookie quarterback Geno Smith tried to create his own take on the butt fumble, the originator has apparently decided he won't be suiting up for the Jets again this season.

Jim Schwartz thinks the NFL can be hypocritical on player safety | ProFootballTalk
Lions coach Jim Schwartz thinks the NFL is inconsistent in the way it enforces player safety rules, and he was particularly unhappy about one penalty that wasn't called against the Bears on Sunday.

If any Giant turns on Tom Coughlin, Justin Tuck will punch him in the mouth | ProFootballTalk
The scoreboard says that the Giants got blown out again on Sunday by the Chiefs, but the game was close deep into the second half before Kansas City blew things open.



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