Sunday’s clash between the Dallas Cowboys and the New Orleans Saints figures to be one of this season’s premier firework shows. According to NFL.com , both of these teams are in the league’s Top 10 in passing offense. Take a moment to ponder what you’ll see on Sunday. Drew Brees to Jimmy Graham and ..
This week’s game in New Orleans has many storylines to choose from. Rob Ryan is trying to slow down the offense of the Dallas Cowboys, the team that dropped him after last season. Sean Payton against the Dallas Cowboys. Can the Cowboy’s secondary slow ..
Last week: 3 (+0)
The Saints aren’t nearly as good on the road, but I don’t envision them losing at home for the rest of the season, against Dallas, San Francisco, Carolina, and Tampa Bay. On the road, they have to go to Carolina and Seattle and could easily lose both. However, with Aaron Rodgers going down for an extended period of time, the Saints don’t have much competition for a first round bye and at least one home playoff game, which would essentially put them in the NFC Championship Game given their home dominance.
Week 10 Studs
DT Brodrick Bunkley
Week 10 Duds
FS Rafael Bush
“A lot of people say that’s my role but it just so happens those are some of the plays I’ve been making,” Stills said in a telephone interview with The Oklahoman. “It’s not just deep balls. My job is to make plays. I feel blessed just to have the opportunity to be part of this ..
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The New Orleans Saints will face the Dallas Cowboys on NBC’s Sunday Night Football at 7:30 pm CT. Television: The contest will be nationally televised on NBC (WDSU-6 locally). The broadcast crew consists of Al Michaels (play-by-play), Cris Collinsworth (color analyst) and Michele Tafoya (sideline). Local Radio:Sunday’s contest can be heard throughout the Gulf Coast ..
Joel Beall examines everything you need to know for Week 10 of the 2013 NFL season. Click to read the original Saints article by FOXSports.com News for Saints
METAIRIE, La. — No team in the NFL appreciates how dangerous Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant is more than the New Orleans Saints. Last year, Bryant torched their secondary with nine catches for 224 yards and two 58-yard touchdown passes before … Click to read the original Saints article by buzz: new orleans saints.
METAIRIE — Here’s why we don’t believe Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan’s explanation that Sunday night’s game against the Dallas Cowboys – his former employer – is just another game: Click to Continue » Click to read the original Saints article by The Sun Herald — New Orleans Saints
While the Saints, losers of two of the last three, are struggling a bit, they’re also really struggling to get healthy. The Saints will be faced with many game-time calls on Sunday after eight starters missed time this week in practice.
Three starters on offense are listed as questionable. Receiver Marques Colston was limited by a knee injury that sidelined him last week. Jimmy Graham hasn’t missed a beat on Sundays but continues to miss time in practice with an existing foot injury and new elbow injury. Guard Jahri Evans (hip) returned last week but was limited again this week.
Five defensive starters are questionable for Sunday night’s game. Those five are safeties Roman Harper (knee) and Malcolm Jenkins (knee), linebackers David Hawthorne (toe) Curtis Lofton (hamstring) and DE Cameron Jordan (ankle).
Backup defensive ends Tom Johnson (hip) and Tyrunn Walker (knee) are also questionable.
Darren Sproles passed concussion tests earlier in the week and was cleared to play. Sproles is..