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Saints News, 11/30/15: Do 2015 Saints Even Care Anymore?

Ralph Malbrough asks the question that's on all of Saints fans' minds: "Do the 2015 Saints even care anymore?" It doesn't seem like they do. All other questions and angles of reporting from the media regarding the Saints are secondary compared to the primary question of "Do they even care anymore?" If Saints beat writers have any courage whatsoever, that will be the first question asked at Sean Payton's next press conference. Why should they care if he gets angry over it? He's probably gone after this season anyway. The Saints are currently like a rudderless ship.

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports



Saints News

Forecast: Do 2015 Saints even care anymore?
My wife gave birth to a baby on Friday and the New Orleans Saints laid an egg on Sunday. Only one of those things was memorable.

Saints first-rounder Andrus Peat receives full slate of snaps in starting role |
Andrus Peat replaced Tim Lelito at left guard vs. Houston

Wrapping up the Saints' 24-6 loss to Houston - Black and Gold

Drew Brees, offense historically bad as Saints crumble - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPN
After firing their defensive coordinator last week, the Saints responded with a terrible offensive performances in an ugly 24-6 loss to Houston.

New Orleans Saints' 155-game, 9-year TD streak snapped in loss to Houston Texans
In a 24-6 loss to the Texans, the Saints failed to score a touchdown for the first time since Sean Payton and Drew Brees arrived in 2006.

Dennis Allen 'efficient' in New Orleans Saints coordinator debut, Sean Payton says |
The Saints lost to the Houston Texans 24-6 on Sunday at NRG Stadium, and even a dominating performance by the defense might not have changed the outcome.

Texans coach Bill O'Brien and players talk about win against the Saints
Transcripts from Texans' post game interviews

Saints Coach Sean Payton talks about loss against Texans
Video and transcript of Sean Payton's post game press conference

Drew Brees, Saints players' post game interviews
Drew Brees, Kenny Vaccaro and Benjamin Watson speak with media following Texans game

John DeShazier: Saints offense has second consecutive frustrating outing
Team is held without a TD for the first time time with Payton, Brees in 24-6 loss

Saints Continue Their Spiraled Descent in Houston - New Orleans Saints - Pro Football Spot
One of the hottest teams in the NFL over the month of November has absolutely been the Houston Texans. With today's 24-6 win over the New Orleans Saints,...

New Orleans Saints offensive player grades at Houston Texans | The Saints Nation

Questions about Sean Payton, Drew Brees will grow with more losses - NFC South- ESPN
The Saints are getting worse by the week. Their optimism will be challenged -- again -- after a tough day at Houston.

Why Saints GM Mickey Loomis Should Be Fired
This morning we look at why Saints general manager Mickey Loomis should be fired by Saints owner Tom Benson, and name some potential replacements


NFL News

NFL morning after: J.J. Watt remains the NFL’s best defensive player | ProFootballTalk
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Panthers, last undefeated team, haven’t lost in a year | ProFootballTalk
Last night, the Panthers became the only undefeated team in the NFL when the Patriots lost to the Broncos. Today, they get to celebrate their anniversary. As pointed out by Bill Voth of Black and Blue Review, it was one year ago today, Nov.

Texans owner impressed with job Bill O’Brien is doing | ProFootballTalk
The Texans are suddenly playing very good football, and owner Bob McNair said a lot of the credit goes to head coach Bill O'Brien for keeping the team together amid a disastrous start. "I think he’s doing a fine job," McNair said, via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.

Jimmy Graham out for the season with right knee injury in Seattle |
Saints traded Graham in offseason for center Max Unger and a first-round draft pick