Ingram gets his groove back

Tue, 12 Nov 2013 04:21:02 GMTby ramon antonio vargas
rvargas@theadvocate.comAs a roar of boos filled his ears, Saints running back Mark Ingram flailed his arms, shook his head and stomped off the field of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome after he dropped a..

Ryan remains quiet, lets players do talking in silencing Dallas

Tue, 12 Nov 2013 04:21:01 GMT
by ramon antonio vargas

Saints defenders didn’t care whether or not their coordinator, Rob Ryan, who had been fired by the Dallas Cowboys 10 months earlier, ever came out and said Sunday night’s game against his former team was personal for him.
They simply believed foiling the..

Saints offense has its swagger back, for now

As much as Sean Payton would like to see his offense’s record-setting performance against Dallas carry forward, experience tells him that assuming so would be unwise. Click to read the original Saints article by News for Saints

Quotes: Payton closes book on Cowboys, talks 49ers preps

New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton Media Availability Monday, November 11, 2013 How important is to keep the team even keeled coming off a tough loss but then bouncing back with a very solid win? “I think that is one of the challenges each week is to allow that 24 hour period, make corrections. ..

Keenan Lewis Proving to Be Worth Every Penny

  When New Orleans native Keenan Lewis chose to come back home by signing with the Saints, everyone had high expectations. No one was happier than Lewis. Now… Man it feels good to be home!!! Playing for the @Saints has always been my dream! Let me (cont) — Keenan Lewis (@KGLewis28) March 15, 2013 ..

Cowboys vs. Saints: Full Roster Report Card Grades for New Orleans

The New Orleans Saints’ 49-17 rout of the Dallas Cowboys was the most impressive outing of the season. The fact that it followed the worst outing of the season (a 26-20 loss to the New York Jets) makes it even more special.
The Saints rung up 625 total..

New Orleans Saints: Defense hit their stride against the Dallas Cowboys

The New Orleans Saints dominated the Dallas Cowboys this past Sunday night. The offense was record breaking good posting over 600 yards and picking up a single game record 40 first downs. In addition, the struggling running game and Marques Colston were able to get back on track. However, for as great as the offense was, we have seen performances like this, and it came against a Cowboys defensive unit that, putting it kindly, isn’t very good.
The real story is the job the defense did in Rob Ryan’s first game against the team that scapegoated him last season.Stopping the Cowboys on paper is not an easy task at all. The Cowboys offense is as prolific as any and has weapons galore. The Saints’ defense were not only able to contain them, but were able to shut them down.
Last year against this defense, Tony Romo was able to throw over 400 yards and 4 touchdowns while star receiver Dez Bryant was able to go for 224 yards and 2 touchdowns. This year Romo was only able complete 10 passes an..

Four plays from Sunday: Ingram’s big night analyzed

Mark Ingram stood at his locker Sunday night, his gold chain draped over his traps and underneath a black T-shirt and talked about his breakthrough night. Click to read the original Saints article by WWL – Sports

Schedule Roundup: Bears looking way up after lost opportunities (Comcast SportsNet Chicago)

The Bears went into Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions, in Soldier Field, with a chance to take a major step toward the playoffs. A win would put them on top of the NFC North by a game, the Lions (6-3) wouldn’t hold the important head-to-head tiebreaker and at the very least the Bears would be tied for the second-best record in the NFC regardless of division standing