Saints are now in Atlanta’s and NFC Heads with Psychological Advantage (SI)

Here is a great article by Don Banks of SI.com on the Saints:

1. No one can afford to overlook the defending champs now. In reality, this game won’t change the outcome of either the NFC South race or the fight for the conference’s top seed. Atlanta (12-3) will still claim both by beating a woeful 2-13 Carolina team next week in the dome, and New Orleans will have to content itself with a wild-card berth and taking to the road in the postseason

The Eagles Could Beat The Falcons And The Saints

I wasn’t overly impressed with the Atlanta Falcons or the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints last night as they battled on Monday night football in what turned out to be a 17-14 Saints victory.  These are two teams the..

Brees, Saints Show Falcons Championship Form

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New Orleans 17, Atlanta 14
Just in case anyone forgot, the New Orleans Saints (11-4) reminded everyone on Monday night in Atlanta, that until someone beats them in this year’s NFL playoffs, they’re still the def..

For Ryan, big test remains playoffs

For all of the buildup to the

Falcons’ game against New Orleans,
it was well known that there was nothing on the table Monday night
— a division title and home field through the playoffs — that
wouldn’t be available in next week’s regular season ..

White limited on third down

Falcons wide receiver Roddy White
drew the ire of the city of New Orleans with some messages on his
Twitter account last week.

Even though he apologized for those messages ripping the team
and the city, he was clearly on the Saints’ minds during the ..

Falcons waste chance to make things simple

The biggest home game in franchise history: That’s how this was
billed, and here we pause to note that 45 seasons make for a
considerable chunk of history. (Almost half a century!) And even if
the

Falcons entered Monday night’s game
against New Orlea..

Ashley Fox: Eagles should avoid a No. 3 seed at all costs

Every year it seems, as the NFL regular season grinds to an end,
there is a game the

Eagles point to and say, “If only.”
Last year, it was the dud against Oakland, a dreadful loss to a
horrible team that had it been a win, the

Eagles would have hos..