New Orleans Saints Versus Chicago Bears Rapid Reaction – (Who Dat Warriors)

I luved the two Josh Hill TD’s, the rotation in of Senio Kelemente for Ben Grubbs, and the domination of our defense at the line of scrimmage when it was needed, and don’t forget the Pierre Warren interceptions as all we PRob’s. Lots of good plays tonight and the reemergence of the Jimmy Graham catch. ..

Drew Brees is great, Jay Cutler is not in first half – (Profootball Talk)

The quarterbacks’ stats don’t always tell the story of a football game. But sometimes they do. Tonight is one of those times. At halftime, these stats tell the whole story: Saints quarterback Drew Brees: 18-for-20, 226 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions, 147.1 rating. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler: 6-for-14, 56 yards, zero touchdowns, two interceptions, 14.9&#8230

Saints beat Bears 31-15, grab South lead

© David Banks/Getty Images Marques Colston of the New Orleans Saints catches a touchdown pass in front of Demontre Hurst #30 of the Chicago Bears during the second quarter on Dec. 15 at Soldier Field in Chicago

Brees’s Saints march past Bears (AFP) (Yahoo Sports)

Drew Brees threw for 375 yards as the New Orleans Saints seized sole possession of first place with a 31-15 victory over the struggling Chicago Bears. Brees also tossed three touchdowns in his 200th career NFL contest for the Saints who vaulted over Carolina Panthers for first place in the woeful NFC South Division. New ..

Saints can’t afford to relax after impressive victory – ESPN

CHICAGO — The New Orleans Saints shocked their season back to life once again Monday with a thorough 31-15 thrashing of a Chicago Bears team that was walking dead. It was an impressive display of resilience from a team that had hit rock bottom just a week earlier with a 31-point loss at home to ..

IF THEY WIN

Tue, 16 Dec 2014 07:52:27 GMTBy Guerry Smith
Special to The Advocate..

Domination of hibernating Bears gives Saints life


Tue, 16 Dec 2014 07:49:45 GMT
By Scott Rabalais
srabalais@theadvocate.com

CHICAGO — It’s been a crazy, unpredictable, hard-to-define, upside-down cake of a season for the New Orleans Saints.
But there are worse things than coming into Week 15 of the regular season 5-8. There are the Chicago Bears.
In the latest episode of “Ch..