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10/5 TAMPA 12:00
--- BYE ---
10/19 @Lions 12:00
10/26 PACKERS 7:30
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N.O. 4 6 0 261 252 2-1
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»Wk-9: N.O. 28 @ Car. 10
»Wk-8: N.O. 44, G.B. 23
»Wk-7: N.O. 23 @ Det 24
»Wk-6: BYE
»Wk-5: N.O. 37, Tampa 31 OT
»Wk-4: N.O. 17 @ Dallas 38
»Wk-3: N.O. 20, Minn. 9
»Wk-2: N.O. 24 @ Cle. 26 
»Wk-1: N.O. 34 @ Atl. 37

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2014 Saints Draft
Rd  Pick Player/Pos.
1 (20)  Brandin Cooks WR
2 (58)  Stan Jean-Baptiste CB
4 (126)  Kahri Fortt ILB
5 (167)  Vinnie Sunseri SS
5 (169)  Ronald Powell DE
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9/30 MIAMI Win
10/6 @Chicago Win
10/13 @Patriots Loss
--- BYE ---
10/27 BUFFALO Win
11/3 @Jets Loss
11/10 DALLAS Win
11/17 SAN FRAN Win
11/21 @Atlanta Win
12/2 @Seattle Loss
12/8 CAROLINA Win
12/15 @St.Louis Loss
12/22 @Carolina Loss
12/29 TAMPA Win
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1/4 @Eagles Win
1/11 @Seattle Loss
2013 Saints Draft
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1 (15)  Kenny Vaccaro S
3 (75)  Terron Armstead T
3 (82)  John Jenkins DT
5 (144)  Kenny Stills WR
6 (183)  Rufus Johnson DE
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New Orleans Saints safety Pierre Warren: Happy to be 'home' Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On Today 08:26 AM


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When Saints safety Pierre Warren moved to New Orleans last May, he made a mistake that could have proved costly for a undrafted rookie on the bubble of making the team.

He got locked into an apartment lease that he couldn't get out of for a year. So when Warren made the typical free agent bounce--in his case, from New Orleans to Minnesota, he continued paying for his vacant apartment back in Metairie.

With his recent bump up to the Saints active roster, the apartment might get put to good use.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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Saints aiming for 15th straight prime-time win at home Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-20-2014 08:34 AM


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The New Orleans Saints (4-6) haven’t been themselves this year. Not even at home, where they’ve lost two straight games to snap an 11-game win streak.

But there’s still one streak they’ve continued to maintain -- their dominance in prime-time games inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, where they’ll host the Baltimore Ravens (6-4) on “Monday Night Football.”

The Saints routed the Green Bay Packers, 44-23, on Sunday night in Week 8. They’ve now won 14 straight prime-time home games, including the playoffs, by nearly 20 points per game. They’ve won 17 of their last 18, dating back to 2008.

By Mike Triplett / ESPN

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Baltimore Ravens have the weapons and the incentive to exit Superdome winners again Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-19-2014 02:54 PM


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The Baltimore Ravens are certainly a different team than the one that won Super Bowl XLVII at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome following the 2012 season, but they remain among the best AFC opponents.

The 6-4 Ravens are coming off a bye week after thumping Tennessee, 21-7, to end a two-game losing streak before going into the off week. Baltimore is currently in second place in the AFC North and still has a chance to win the division.

The Ravens will take on a New Orleans Saints team Monday night that is reeling having lost back-to-back games at home to fall out of first place in the NFC South. This game ends a three-game home stretch for the Saints in which many expected them to put some distance between themselves and their division opponents. But it hasn't worked out like that at all.

By Terrance Harris / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints place Brandin Cooks, Rafael Bush on IR; re-sign safety Pierre Warren Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-19-2014 02:30 PM


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New Orleans Saints rookie wideout Brandin Cooks and safety Rafael Bush have been placed on injured reserve.

Cooks had surgery on his thumb this week with a timetable set for at least 4-6 weeks, according to Cooks' agent Jeff Sperbeck. Bush fractured his fibula, according to a source.

Bush was carted off late during Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals and was using crutches after the game. He said at the time that he wasn't sure if surgery was required.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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Where did Keenan Lewis get his toughness? 'I'm from the West Bank' Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-13-2014 10:16 AM


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How, exactly, did New Orleans Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis return to the field so quickly last week with a grotesquely swollen knee?

And why is he fighting so hard to be ready to play on Sunday?

Lewis smiled as he held court in front of his corner locker at the Saints facility on Wednesday.

"I'm from the West Bank," he said. "That's what we do. That's what we do in the West Bank. We find a way. And that's what I'm trying to do at this point."

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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Bengals vs. Saints preview Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-13-2014 09:33 AM


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Drew Brees was critical of himself after turning the ball over three times in the New Orleans Saints' 27-24 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. But that's nothing compared to what Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton went through.

Dalton had a passer rating of 2.0 in the Bengals' 24-3 loss to the Cleveland Browns, completing just 10 of 33 passes with three interceptions.

Both quarterbacks -- and their teams -- will be craving a bounce-back victory when the Saints (4-5) host the Bengals (5-3-1) Sunday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. ESPN Saints reporter Mike Triplett and ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey discuss the matchup:

By Mike Triplett / ESPN

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New Orleans Saints hold workouts for 4 running backs on Tuesday, per report Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-12-2014 11:06 AM


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Four running backs worked out for the New Orleans Saints on Tuesday, according to ESPN's Field Yates.

Mikel Leshoure, Andre Brown, Brian Leonard and Tim Hightower were in town to work out, Yates said.

Saints running backs Khiry Robinson (forearm) and Pierre Thomas (rib/shoulder) have missed the last three games due to injury, although Robinson is thought to be close to returning.

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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Film study: Reviewing Saints offense Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-12-2014 10:37 AM


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Another week, another extreme mix of great plays and dreadful ones for the New Orleans Saints' offense in Sunday’s 27-24 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

That was especially the case for quarterback Drew Brees, who had some terrific throws and three of his costliest turnovers to date. But the offensive line was similarly up and down in both pass protection and run blocking. Brees was under pressure on 17 snaps, according to ESPN Stats & Information, which is well above his average of less than 10 per game.

There were also three dropped passes -- including an egregious drop by Marques Colston on a deep ball that could have changed the complexion of the game in the second quarter.

Here are the highs and lows after watching the tape:

By Mike Triplett / ESPN

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Saints' Keenan Lewis : I'll be ready Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-10-2014 06:25 PM


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Keenan Lewis' first response when asked for an update on his knee injury Monday morning was, "I'll be ready. I'm just getting ready for the Bengals [on Sunday]."

But it sounded a little more like that's Lewis' desire than an official diagnosis. In fact, the New Orleans Saints' cornerback specifically said, "Y'all gotta ask coach [Sean] Payton. I don't want to diagnose myself. I'm pretty sure he met with the doctors and he'll give a better response than me."

Not quite. As usual, Payton declined to shed any light on Lewis' injury or any others, saying only, "We'll look at all those players with any potential injury and be smart."

By Mike Triplett / ESPN

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New Orleans Saints far from average 4-5 team after loss to 49ers Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-10-2014 11:05 AM


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Twenty minutes after the New Orleans Saints' 27-24 overtime loss to the 49ers on Sunday, Brodrick Bunkley sat at his locker in full pads with his head in his hands, staring at the floor.

Countless Saints fans no doubt were in similar repose after the latest heartbreaker.

It was just one loss, a regular-season Week 10 matchup between 4-4 teams no less. But this felt much, much worse. This felt like a playoff game. The finality was tangible in the Saints post-game locker room.

"Those were two desperate teams out there," outside linebacker Junior Galette said. "It could have gone either way. We were one play away from winning that game."

By Jeff Duncan / Times-Picayune

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Jimmy Graham baffled by pass interference call on Hail Mary: 'That's why I left basketball' Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-10-2014 11:03 AM


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New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham said he was baffled by an offensive pass interference penalty that negated his apparent game-winning Hail Mary catch Sunday.

Graham caught a 47-yard pass from Drew Brees as time expired in regulation, which appeared for a brief moment to give the Saints a win over the San Francisco 49ers.

Instead, officials said Graham shoved 49ers defensive back Perrish Cox before catching the ball. In overtime, the 49ers beat the Saints 27-24 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

By Evan Woodbery / Times-Picayune

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Keenan Lewis' snaps fall, while Ramon Humber's jump because of injuries in Saints' loss to 49ers Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-10-2014 10:58 AM


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The snap count for New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marques Colston jumped during the team's 27-24 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday with Robert Meachem missing the game with an injury.

Colston played on 74 offensive snaps against the Niners, which was 91 percent of the offensive plays. The jump occurred because Colston served as a primary blocker in running plays as well. Meachem typically fills the role as a blocker on running plays.

Mark Ingram didn't hit the 50-snap count like he had the last two games. The running back fell just short of the mark with 48 snaps (59 percent) and still managed another impressive performance with 120 yards on 27 carries.

By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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Drew Brees fumbles in overtime, 49ers capitalize with 27-24 win Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-09-2014 06:19 PM


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San Francisco 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks got his payback.

Brooks forced a Drew Brees fumble to put the Niners (5-4) in position for the winning field goal in overtime Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. As Brees was trying to buy time in the pocket, Brooks swooped in to force a fumble that was recovered by Chris Borland at the Saints' 17.

Niners kicker Phil Dawson booted a 35-yard field goal through the uprights the next play, and the 49ers escaped with a 27-24 win to salvage their season.

Last season, Brooks vehemently protested a personal foul penalty for a clothesline on Brees that allowed the Saints to drive down the field and get a 23-20 win.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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New Orleans Saints, San Francisco 49ers have rekindled rivalry in recent years Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-08-2014 09:36 PM


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The New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers are not a traditional rivalry. At least not anymore.

The Saints may have played the 49ers more than any other team except the Atlanta Falcons, but the days of the old NFC West matchups are gone. The teams haven't faced off twice a year since the division re-alligned in 2002.

That shakeup sent the Saints to the NFC South and broke up a longstanding date between New Orleans and San Francisco, one that had stood since 1970.

And yet they still seem to play almost every year. They've met almost every season since the re-alignment except for 2003, 2005 and 2009.

By Katherine Terrell / Times-Picayune

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Jimmy Graham sheds 'soft' label as he continues high level of play despite shoulder injury Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-08-2014 09:33 PM


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New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham wasn't oblivious as to what his reputation had become after last season. Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett ripped Graham for being soft and also deemed him as the most overrated player in the NFL.

Such comments, and others maybe not as inflammatory yet just as stinging, stuck Graham.

"I think last year the M.O. was the if you jam me or you bump me off the line I couldn't play well," Graham said Friday. "So that was a big emphasis for me to be more physical."


By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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49ers-Saints features clash of the mind game masterminds Posted By: mvtrucking Posted On 11-08-2014 09:31 PM


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Jim Harbaugh is not your typical NFL head coach. He habitually wears $8 Wal-Mart khakis, drinks milk by the glass and recites Shakespeare the way other coaches quote Lombardi.

Harbaugh, by all accounts, is one of the NFL's best coaches and one of the game's great motivators. He also might be slightly off his rocker.

Which is exactly why his San Francisco 49ers are so dangerous on Sunday.

If any team is capable of invading the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and snapping the Saints' home winning streak, it's Harbaugh's 49ers. He's just crazy enough to believe he can come in here, fresh off a dispiriting 13-10 loss to the St. Louis Rams, with his half of his defensive roster sidelined and beat the Saints in a place where they haven't lost with Sean Payton on the sidelines in nearly four years.

By Jeff Duncan / Times-Picayune

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Turning the Football Corner -- Mike Detillier
Posted On 11-02-2014


Turning the Football Corner

By Mike Detillier

Finally, the New Orleans Saints football club most of us thought would be featured out on the field from the opening game of the 2014 season came a little later during the season, but after watching the Saints defeat the Carolina Panthers 28-10 on the road on Thursday night, on a short week and after playing a Sunday night football game, you have the feeling this football team is starting to hit it's football stride.

After starting out 2-4 you wondered how the Saints would fare against two gunslinger quarterbacks in Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton, but it is the Saints pressure defense, getting defensive turnovers and establishing a rushing attack that has the Saints breathing in some football confidence.

To be honest this all started with the loss to the Detroit Lions.

Even though the Saints lost to the Lions and blew a lead late in the contest, the Saints outplayed a very good football team for 3 1/2 quarters.

They just couldn't close the football deal.

They have closed the football deal the past two weeks in slamming the door shut on both Green Bay and Carolina in the second half of both contests.

And it started with pressure defense. The Saints have recorded 8 quarterback sacks against the Packers and Panthers combined and that pressure has led to turnovers.

For a football club starved for turnovers the Saints created 2 against the Panthers and in the 44-23 win over Green Bay the Saints had 2 pass interceptions and recovered one fumble.

It has been the key to their success and the Saints front-seven has done a very good job stopping the run and also bending, but not breaking on defense when it comes down to giving up touchdowns.

Against the Panthers the Saints had two turnovers early after moving the football, but the defense gave up zero points on those turnovers.

We have seen good strong overall play from inside linebacker Curtis Lofton and cornerback Keenan Lewis, but what jumps out has been the playmaking skills of defensive end Cameron Jordan and outside linebacker Junior Galette over the last two weeks.

And Rafael Bush, who took over for the injured Jarius Byrd at free safety, has brought some attitude and aggressive play to the...
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Mike D's Top 35 Picks for the 2015 NFL Draft- October version sponsored by @thibodauxreg
Posted On 10-18-2014


Mike D's Top 35 Picks for the 2015 NFL Draft- October version
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By Mike Detillier

1. Leonard Williams- Defensive Tackle, USC

2. Andrus Peat- Offensive Tackle, Stanford

3. Brandon Scherff- Offensive Tackle, Iowa

4. Randy Gregory-Defensive End, Nebraska

5. Marcus Mariota-Quarterback, Oregon

6. Amari Cooper-Wide Receiver, Alabama

7. Cedric Ogbuehi- Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

8. Vic Beasley-Outside Linebacker, Clemson

9. Marcus Peters- Cornerback, Washington

10. Dante Fowler, Jr.-Outside Linebacker, Florida

11. Shilique Calhoun- Defensive End, Michigan State

12. Shawn Oakman- Defensive End, Baylor

13. Connor Cook- Quarterback, Michigan State

14. Trae Waynes- Cornerback, Michigan State

15. Landon Collins- Strong Safety, Alabama

16. Todd Gurley- Halfback, Georgia

17. Shaq Thompson- Outside Linebacker, Washington

18. Leonard Floyd- Outside Linebacker, Georgia

19. Jalen Strong- Wide Receiver, Arizona State

20. Ereck Flowers- Offensive Tackle, Miami (Fla.)

21. Ty Montgomery- Wide Receiver, Stanford

22. Devil Funchess- Wide Receiver/Tight End, Michigan

23. Melvin Gordon- Halfback, Wisconsin

24. P.J. Williams-Cornerback, Florida State

25. Benardrick McKinney- Inside Linebacker, Mississippi State

26. Shane Ray- Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Missouri

27. Spencer Drango- Offensive Tackle, Baylor

28. Sammie Coates- Wide Receiver, Auburn

29. Kevin White- Wide Receiver, West Virginia

30. La'el Collins- Offensive Tackle, LSU

31. Alvin Dupree- Defensive End, Kentucky

32. Dak Prescott- Quarterback, Mississippi State

33. Arik Armstead- Defensive End, Oregon

34. A.J. Cann- Offensive Guard, South Carolina

35. D'haquille Williams- Wide Receiver, Auburn

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