The 2013 New Orleans Saints MVP is the Who Dat Nation (Bayou Buzz)

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Panthers pumped for second shot at Saints (The SportsXchange) (Yahoo Sports)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — While the Carolina Panthers have been calling every game their “most important game” for about six weeks now, the matchup that received the most hype and attention came in Week 14. It did not go well for the Panthers. In a battle for the NFC South lead, Carolina was crushed in New ..

The 2013 New Orleans Saints MVP is the Who Dat Nation

COMMENTARY | No NFL team has a greater disparity between home and road win-loss record than the New Orleans Saints do in 2013. Through 14 games, the Saints are 7-0 at home and 3-4 on the road. At home, the Saints have outscored their opponents by an average of 17.4 points per game. But on ..

Saints @ Panthers Fantasy Football Outlook (Who Dat Dish)

Here we are, back with another edition of our weekly segment dedicated to fantasy football! Week 16 guys, can you believe it? Another fantasy football season is coming to an end and for some of us this is Championship’s week. Let’s see how this matchup between the 10-4 Saints and the 10-4 Panthers can affect ..

Forecast: Sean Payton won’t change his ways nor should he (WWL TV)

Ever heard the saying that a man’s true character is revealed in crisis? If you are paying close attention Sean Payton is staying true to his coaching philosophy as the Saints face maybe the biggest late season crisis of Payton’s career. Click to read the original Saints article by WWL – Sports

Panthers diminutive CB Munnerlyn making big plays (The Associated Press) (Yahoo Sports)

Panthers cornerback Captain Munnerlyn said he has a case of ”little man’s syndrome.” The 5-foot-8, 195-pound cornerback isn’t apologizing though, saying that’s what has helped make him the player he is today. The former seventh-round draft pick has beaten the odds to become a fixture in the Carolina secondary, developing a knack for the big ..

Players react to Saints’ roster shake-up

Although New Orleans Saints players said it was tough to see longtime teammates Garrett Hartley and Charles Brown lose their jobs this week, they seemed to universally agree that it’s a part of the business in the NFL. And they all certainly … Click to read the original Saints article by buzz: new orleans saints.