Another NFL week is mostly in the record books now. Two teams remained without a victory, one remained unbeaten, the Dallas Cowboys were stunned with a last-second touchdown by Matt Stafford in Detroit
The New Orleans Saints have improved their record to 6-1 after disposing of the Buffalo Bills 35-17 on Sunday. What started off as a sloppy game for the Saints offense ended up as possibly the best overall team performance of the season.
With about four minutes left in the first quarter of the New Orleans Saints‘ game against the Buffalo Bills, the CBS cameras turned to the seats to show some of the crowd while they plugged their fantasy football game. You all know how this goes — it is pretty much par for the course and ..
If a visitor from the future had told you on Sunday morning that one of Cincinnati’s receivers was about to erupt against the Jets … well, I’m still not sure you would have added Marvin Jones in fantasy. You’d have assumed, naturally, that AJ Green..
1. Rob Ryan’s defense is nasty.We already knew the Saints defense was improved. It really couldn’t have been worse than last season’s historic debacle. But beyond just competent, it has shown itself to be aggressive, calculating, and confusing to opposing offenses. Being incompetent was the difference between the 2012 Saints winning seven games and missing the playoffs, and winning the NFC South. Ryan’s schemes, coupled with the return of Sean Payton’s leadership and aggressive play calling have the Saints poised to go deep into the playoffs.2. It doesn’t matter if Jimmy Graham is hurt.Graham is an athletic freak, and next to Calvin Johnson, the most dynamic pass catching weapon in the NFL. There was a ton of speculation heading in to today’s game on whether Graham’s plantar fasciitis would keep him out. Even if he played, it seemed likely he’d be working on limited snaps. Graham played. Graham scored – twice. Yes, he did play fewer snaps than he ..
I have not heard much about who should be considered for the NFL’s coach of the year award for the 2013
Now that the majority of the games in Week 8 have been played out, I started to ponder where the New Orleans Saints stand approximately halfway through the 2013 NFL season. As it stands right now, the Saints have a two-game lead in their conference, ahead of the Carolina Panthers. Surprisingly, the Atlanta Falcons, who made it ..
The New Orleans Saints improved to 6-1 after defeating the Buffalo Bills 35-17 in their Week 8 matchup. The Saints’ offense was on full display and simply could not be stopped as Drew Brees threw for five touchdowns. In addition, the Saints’ defense did a good job pressuring the quarterback and limiting the Bills’ offense ..