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Wondering whether or not to start Drew Brees and Mike Wallace, or to bench Tyler Palko and Patrick Crayton? The network bozos specialize in that kind of advice. If you’re looking for help with your real starting lineup conundrums, read on. Here are my picks to roll, and get rolled, in Week 12.
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Eli Going Back Home Where Brees is New Favorite Son
Two teams in the thick of the NFC playoff race will meet this coming Monday night. The Giants (6-4) are currently tied with Dallas for first place in the NFC East while the New Orleans Saints enter Week 12 with a 7-3 record and a one-game lead on Atlanta in the NFC South.
Eli Manning returns to his hometown and the site where his...
Each week, Chad Pennington breaks down a dynamic NFL playmaker or scheme, devises a game plan and discusses a strategy for success. This week, Pennington delves into the symbiosis of Saints coach Sean Payton and quarterback Drew Brees, and how their relationship will allow them to adjust to the New York Giants' unique "big nickel" defense.
So much can be learned in...
1. Drew Brees
You know the story; when playing the Saints, it all starts with Drew Brees. Like with Tom Brady three weeks ago and Aaron Rodgers next week (seriously, NFL? Why not have the Giants also face Joe Montana and Dan Marino in their prime?), the Giants’ first goal must be to get pressure on Drew Brees.
Brees is not one of the easier quarterbacks to sack, as he is so often...
Wondering whether or not to start Drew Brees and Mike Wallace, or to bench Tyler Palko and Patrick Crayton? The network bozos specialize in that kind of advice. If you're looking for help with your real starting lineup conundrums, read on.
Drew Brees will try to help the Saints remain perfect at home Monday night and
hand Eli Manning and the sputtering Giants a third straight loss.
NEW ORLEANS — Arsenic, cyanide or hemlock.
Brees, Sproles or Colston ... or Graham or Meachem or Moore or Henderson ... or Thomas or Ivory or Ingram.
Since 2006, Saints coach Sean Payton and triggerman Drew Brees have been the mad chemists behind the most productive offense in the NFL, picking and choosing...
Stopping high-scoring Saints is tough task for GiantsGETTY IMAGESOFFENSIVE MATERIAL: Drew Brees (9) and the Saints have one of the league’s most potent offenses. The Giants must find a way to slow them down on Sunday, if Big Blue wants to snap a two-game slide.By Peter Finney Jr. - NY Post 11/23/11
While Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are ready to return and make their push for the postseason, Eli Manning and the New York Giants are again having trouble in the second half of a season.
Brees will try to help the Saints remain perfect at home Monday night and hand Manning and the sputtering Giants a third straight loss.
New Orleans (7-3) has not played since a 26-23...
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/ny-giants-bracing-return-orleans-painful-big-blue-memories-reside-article-1.982132LARRY W. SMITH/EPASaints QB Drew Brees poses tough target for the Giants defense in New Orleans Monday.By Stefan Bondy - NY Dailynews 11/24/11
UltimateNYG NY Giants blog did a Q&A Exchange with Saints Nation to preview the game this Monday night. Their answers to our questions are linked here. Click 'Read More' to continue with their answers to our questions. 1) How are the Saints going to win a Super Bowl when their defense is so porous? Who said they are going to? It's going to take a Giants beating...