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New Orleans Saints Safety Darren Sharper performs his trademark "Sharper Shake" following an interception.(Photo courtesy of boston.com)After months of speculation by everyone, former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper has made a decision on his football future. … [visit site to read more]Former New Orleans Saints Darren Sharper makes decision on future - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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The ex-Detroit Lions defensive tackle will face his former team at 8:20 p.m. on Sunday night.
Saints quarterback Drew Brees is poised to set an NFL passing record this season but, somehow, he is overshadowed by the undefeated Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
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(Source whodatdish.com)As Week 13 closes in for the NFC South, the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons are in a race to the finish for the playoffs. Meanwhile, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers face a turning point battle. … [visit site to read more]NFC South Week 13: Saints still in lead; Falcons try to keep pace - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans...
"I don't know what is going on there," Detroit Lions defensive coordinator says, of San Diego letting quarterback Drew Brees and running back/returner Darren Sproles go to New Orleans as free agents.
Nate VanNorwick: The Lions travel to the Big Easy this weekend to face the Saints and with their playoff hopes on life support. The Lions hope to get back to their winning (non-glove) ways, but it seems the Lions are too distracted, too immature and too hurt to throw up much of a challenge to the Saints. Saints 37, Lions 24 … [visit site to read more]SLR Predictions: Detroit Lions...
If there was a defensive lineman who could wreak havoc on Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints, it would be Detroit Lions All-Pro Ndamukong Suh.
A miffed Perry Fewell accused some members of the New York Giants defense of quitting in the blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints and he vowed that will not happen again.
Join MLive Lions Insider Philip Zaroo for a live chat Friday at 11:45 a.m. to discuss the Sunday Night Football game between the 7-4 Detroit Lions and the 8-3 New Orleans Saints at The Superdome.
Lunch with Roo: Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- A miffed Perry Fewell accused some members of the New York Giants defense of quitting in the blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints and he vowed that will not happen again.