New Orleans Saints (@Saints) October 17, 2016
Saints pass rush starting to pile up hits on opposing quarterbacks https://t.co/CLAUu0PTX8— Joel A. Erickson (@JoelAErickson) October 17, 2016
Stephone Anthony (@stephoneanthony) October 17, 2016
A https://t.co/KzIJBAc152 commenter thinks the Saints should trade Mark Ingram and sign Ray Rice. How's your day going?— Josh Katzenstein (@jkatzenstein) October 17, 2016
The Saints had 26 quarterback hits and 17 passes defensed the past two games (2-0). During 0-3 start, they had just 9 QHs and 11 PDs.— Josh Katzenstein (@jkatzenstein) October 17, 2016
#Saints WR Brandon Cooks is the 1st player in NFL history with 2 TD catches of at least 85 yards in his team’s first five games of a season.— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) October 17, 2016
Saints Twitter goes "Loco" after the heart pounding win against Carolina | FOX Sports
The New Orleans Saints beat the Carolina Panthers 41-38 in one of the most craziest games in the dome in a long time. Twitter was simply on fire during and after the game. Here are some of the tweets that came out on the Tweetosphere from the celebratory to the creative. Tweeters were out in full fo...
Saints pass rush starting to pile up hits on opposing quarterbacks | Saints | theadvocate.com
New Orleans is starting to make life a lot more difficult for opposing quarterbacks, even though the pressure hasn't made a big impact on the Saints' overall defensive numbers yet.
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