Real, live football starts tonight! Hopefully not to be interrupted by the Presidentâ€™s speech this evening, the Saints and Packers will kick off the 2011 NFL regular season in style. In a game that pits the last two Super Bowl champions, there should be not shortage of points in this one. Or so we think. ..
New Orleans Saints running back Pierre Thomas says his ankle is all healed up and he’s ready to get out on the field for real
The NFL deserves a big pat on the back for this one. They made a lot of mistakes throughout the lockout, but scheduling the Saints and Packers in Lambeau Field for the opener was not one of them. These are the last two Super Bowl champions and both are on a short list of NFC ..
The NFL picked a good one to start the season with. Okay, that’s an understatement. This game will be a lot of fun. We get to watch the last two Super Bowl Champions go at it. If you’re a fan of quarterbacks, this will be a good one. Drew Brees against Aaron Rodgers. Quite simply, ..
Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees are not the most important players on Thursday. Everyone looks at Week 1’s New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers tilt as a battle of the top QBs. Sure, that may be true…but they won’t be the players that decide the game. Both will play extremely well and cancel each ..
Super Bowl XLV champions take more subdued approach
Here we go, Saints fans. I gave this feature a partial test-drive in the preseason, and now I’m ready to unleash it on the poor, unsuspecting regular season. After the jump, you will find the top four aspects of the Saints-Packers game, in order of importance, that I will be focused on in my viewing, ..
Breaking down tonight’s season-opening matchup
The New Orleans Saints will be without the services of wide receiver Lance Moore and kicker Garrett Hartley against the defending champion Green Bay Packers on Thursday
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