Payton: You wouldn’t go into the season with a contingency plan….you hope you can turn things around but that didn’t happen.— Lyons Yellin WWL-TV (@LyonsYellin) November 25, 2015
Saints?src=hash">#Saints won’t have a London game next year https://t.co/Id87nz8421— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) November 25, 2015
Worth noting: Any team in a temp stadium is eligible for Int'l Series. Rams could be in one (in LA) in '16. They play in London on 10/23.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 25, 2015
Sean Payton's conference call from this morning (AUDIO) https://t.co/WTHq8xnAwZ #Saints pic.twitter.com/GoXWgLPSvq— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) November 25, 2015
Sean Payton said he’d "keep us posted" on #Saints injuries, but added, "bye week came at a good time."— Lyons Yellin WWL-TV (@LyonsYellin) November 25, 2015
Payton said JJ Watt may line up against Zach Strief more than anything else Sunday.— Larry Holder (@LarryHolder) November 25, 2015
Payton on the Texans: "This is a team that's entirely different in the last five weeks than the first five weeks" #NOvsHOU— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) November 25, 2015
Payton: We’re not gonna continue with the status quo— Lyons Yellin WWL-TV (@LyonsYellin) November 25, 2015
Payton: First opportunity to play good defense is to be set and ready and know the call. That’s one of the first things Dennis will work on.— Christopher Dabe (@cmdabe) November 25, 2015
Payton: We can’t have guys looking left and right before they snap the ball. Said one game last year, first eight plays had guys misaligned.— Christopher Dabe (@cmdabe) November 25, 2015
#Saints Sean Payton said he didn't go into year with Dennis Allen as contingency plan. If that's what they wanted, wouldve done it in summer— Mike Triplett (@MikeTriplett) November 25, 2015
Sean Payton: "We've got to find a way to get a call in without it being a panic or where guys are late getting lined up."— Evan Woodbery (@TheSaintsBeat) November 25, 2015
Sean Payton: "It’s hard to be 32nd in the league in anything. There are a lot of dirty hands in that." #Saints— Lyons Yellin WWL-TV (@LyonsYellin) November 25, 2015
Payton: We’ve done much better on third downs than a year ago. Last year was awful with that down and distance, he said.— Christopher Dabe (@cmdabe) November 25, 2015
Payton on Dennis Allen: Anytime someone new oversees process, bound to be some change. … Some things to implement not scheme related.— Christopher Dabe (@cmdabe) November 25, 2015
More Payton: There’s a little bit of all of us that go into getting better. … There were far too many things to just ignore.— Christopher Dabe (@cmdabe) November 25, 2015
Sean Payton: on Ryan firing-had gotten to a point where something needed to change on defense. felt in my gut we needed something different— WWL Radio (@WWLAMFM) November 25, 2015
YAll please Pray for that man S. Bailey and the family ! God bless my bruva— Khiry Robinson (@_numberthreeRB) November 25, 2015
New Orleans Saints LB Hau'oli Kikaha 'feeling good' after bye-week rehab | NOLA.com
Rookie linebacker spends bye week getting treatment on injury
Rookie receiver Willie Snead feels 'amazing' after New Orleans Saints' bye week | NOLA.com
Former practice squad player has 41 catches for 626 yards and three touchdowns in his first NFL season.
In NFC South, New Orleans Saints' only path to playoffs is via wild card | NOLA.com
The Carolina Panthers (10-0) could clinch a playoff spot as early as Sunday.
Forecast: November a gut punch for south Louisiana sports fans
New Orleans' source for complete news coverage of the Saints football team with schedules, scores and stats. WWLTV.com
Sunday's Game Will Say A Lot About the Saints
Sunday's game vs. the Houston Texans will say a lot about the New Orleans Saints and the direction of their team, and here's what they'll have to do to win
Saints Rewind: Brees says 'everyone loved Rob Ryan; Hau'oli Kikaha feels good after bye week | NOLA.com
A look at our New Orleans Saints coverage at NOLA.com from Tuesday
Jabari Greer discusses New Orleans Saints defensive problems - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPN
Former New Orleans Saints cornerback Jabari Greer took some time to break down some of the team's current defensive problems.
Morten Andersen, Sam Mills among semifinalists for Pro Football Hall of Fame
Former Saints QB Ken Stabler is a Senior Finalist for the class
Q&A with Drew Brees
Drew Brees spoke about the bye week, Rob Ryan, facing the Texans and Thanksgiving on Tuesday's Black and Blue Report
NFL Power Rankings 2015: See how bye-week results impact New Orleans Saints | NOLA.com
The Saints play Sunday at the Houston Texans.
Saints players donate, distribute Thanksgiving dinners: photo gallery | NOLA.com
Players from the New Orleans Saints gave out turkeys with fixings to 1,000 underserved families at the annual turkey giveaway held at the Dryades YMCA in Central City on Tuesday afternoon.
Source: Stedman Bailey has been shot | ProFootballTalk
Rams receiver Stedman Bailey was shot Tuesday evening in Miami. A league source with knowledge of the situation has confirmed to PFT that rampant rumors of the incident are indeed true. Per the source, a statement from the Rams is expected within the next hour or so.
Rams statement: Stedman Bailey in "critical, but stable, condition" | ProFootballTalk
St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey was shot Tuesday night in Miami and remains in the hospital following the incident. The team released a statement just after midnight EST. "We are aware Stedman Bailey was involved in an incident this evening," the team said in a statement.
Two picks, one TD make David NFC Defensive Player of the Week | ProFootballTalk
After intercepting Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez twice and returning one for a touchdown last Sunday, Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David has been named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week. The interceptions were his first two of the season.
Cam Newton takes NFC offensive player of the week | ProFootballTalk
Cam Newton and Jameis Winston each threw five touchdown passes last week, but it seems Winston may not be old enough to win NFC offensive player of the week yet.
Jaguars, Rams, Bengals to play London "home" games | ProFootballTalk
The Jaguars, Rams and Bengals will play so-called "home" games in London next season, the NFL announced today. The Jaguars will "host" the Colts on October 2, 2016 at Wembley Stadium, part of the Jaguars' annual commitment to play at least one game in London.