Saints morning report: Brees’ record intact?

METAIRIE, La. — New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees’ NFL record for single-season passing yards was broken on Sunday by Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. Or was it? According to ESPN.com’s Broncos reporter Jeff Legwold, the league’s record-keepers were taking a closer look at whether or not a 7-yard pass by Manning on Sunday should ..

Saints morning report: Brees’ record intact? (Bayou Buzz)

METAIRIE, La. — New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees‘ NFL record for single-season passing yards was broken on Sunday by Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. Or was it?   According to ESPN.com’s Broncos reporter Jeff Legwold, the league’s record-keepers were taking a closer look at whether or not a 7-yard pass by Manning on Sunday ..

Can Drew Brees get the NFL season passing record back? (WWL TV)

Several national web sites are suggesting that a play where Peyton Manning got credit for a 7-yard pass, was instead a lateral. Manning broke the record by exactly one yard. If the NFL rules it was a lateral, Brees would get the record back. Click to read the original Saints article by WWL – Sports

Geaux Long: Saints vs. Bucs Game Preview – Oct 16,2011

Join Kyle, Charita and Kenny “The Body Snatcher” Times as the hosts preview the Saints vs. Bucs matchup for Sunday. The radio show begins at 8:00 CST/9:00 EST. Toll-Free call-in phone number is 877.633.9377. Saints News Radio on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/SaintsNewsRadio Click to read the original Saints article by Saints News Radio | Blog Talk Radio ..

Luck Needs to Be on New Orleans’ Saints Side for Playoff Success

COMMENTARY | After all the dust settled on Sunday’s final football game, the New Orleans Saints know their fate. They are playoff bound and will meet the Eagles in Philadelphia on Saturday night. In order to win and earn the right (or is it punishment?) to face the top seeded Seattle Seahawks, the Saints are ..

Falcons fire offensive, defensive line coaches (The Associated Press) (Yahoo Sports)

Coach Mike Smith took his first steps to help the Atlanta Falcons return to NFL relevance, firing defensive line coach Ray Hamilton and offensive line coaches Pat Hill and Paul Dunn on Monday night. Smith said that defensive coordinator Mike Nolan, offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter and special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong will return next season. ..