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11/7/16: Saints' Fans Take Over Santa Clara

The Saints don't have the biggest market, but they certainly travel well. The Saints took notice of the preponderance of Saints' fans in Santa Clara, and they helped drive the Saints to a big 41-23 win over the 49ers to move the Saints into second in the NFC South behind the Falcons. The Saints also overtook the Falcons for total offense.

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Saints News

That clever Chip Kelly saved four points in an 18-point loss | ProFootballTalk
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Snap Counts: Using three safeties has become the "base" defense for New Orleans Saints | Saints |
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Saints’ Delvin Breaux, Sheldon Rankins shake off the rust - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPN
With top cornerback Delvin Breaux and 2016 top pick Sheldon Rankins returning from injury to bolster the defense, the Saints are looking up.

Tempering expectations: The Saints haven't made the playoffs yet | FOX Sports
The Saints are 4-4, and fans can finally smile about their team. But don’t get carried away. They haven’t made the playoffs yet, and recent history suggests that the Saints are headed for another letdown.Sports fans have a tendency to react melodramatically. Lose a game, the sky is fal...


NFL News

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Bengals bring back DE Gilberry to help struggling defense
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