Found October 13, 2013 on AFC East Daily:
BY SEAN DONOVANThe division-leading New England Patriots return home after splitting a two-game road trip, first winning in Atlanta before dropping a sloppy contest in Cincinnati last week.They'll need to tighten up their game before they face the undefeated New Orleans Saints, who are coming off a thorough road win over the NFC North-leading Chicago Bears. Saints quarterback Drew Brees leads a stable of dangerous backs and receivers to form one of the league's most dominant offenses.Meanwhile, the Patriots are still trying to develop their own offensive consistency. A game against New Orleans offers an opportunity to make a powerful statement, but will demand the type of complete performance not yet seen from the 2013 Patriots.When the Patriots have the ball:First-year Saints defensive coordinator Rob Ryan took a unit that ranked 31st in scoring defense in 2012 and transformed it into the league's fourth-stingiest this year. The keys have been an improved pass rush and ...

New Orleans Saints still have long way to go

  The New Orleans Saints picked up their first blemish on their perfect record this season as the New England Patriots stole one in the waning second of the fourth quarter. The loss puts the Saints at 5-1 which is nothing to fret about going into the bye week. However, the loss did show that the Saints have a long way to go as a team. This was a game that veteran teams close out...

Chandler Jones Pee Wee Herman Sack Dance (Video)

Chandler Jones has been having quite the season. After sacking Saints QB Drew Brees, he broke out the Pee Wee Herman Dance. If this isn’t his go to dance, it should be. (H/T @nosebleeds)

Mourning period not quite over for the Saints

Monday's atmosphere at Saints Camp was dripping with disappointment after Sunday's 30-27 last-minute defeat in New England. The players reconvened for a conditioning session of running laps and lifting weights after a late-night arrival home in New Orleans, and it was evident the mourning period wasn't over. Drew Brees was still stewing over the loss, explaining he gives...

Kenny Stills With The Meastiest Catch

On a 3rd and 20 down six points in the fourth quarter, Drew Brees hurled a desperation throw to a double-covered Kenny Stills in the end zone. That’s not a ball that has any business being caught, yet New Orleans came away with a one-point lead. The Patriots responded with a three-and-out.

Saints-Patriots matchup defined by mutual respect

Sean Payton and Drew Brees for years have referred to the Patriots as a model NFL franchise, and one worth emulating. During the buildup to New Orleans' visit to New England on Sunday, both clubs have showered one another with expressions of mutual respect. The praise appears genuine - there are similarities between the teams that don't seem all that coincidental - and Payton...

Saints Nation: Offensive Player Grades @ Patriots

This was by far the Saints' best offensive performance from an offensive line and running game standpoint. It's odd that it happens to coincide with such a bad game from Brees and Graham. Graham was by design, but Brees was just way off. It's just too bad because this offense needed just one first down to kill this game on the final two drives and couldn't make it...

New Orleans Saints vs New England Patriots preview

The New Orleans Saints (5-0) travel to Foxboro to play the New England Patriots (4-1) at 4:25 ET. The most obvious headline is the battle between two of the best quarterback-coach combinations for the decade or so in Sean Payton and Drew Brees and Bill Belichick and Tom Brady. The Brady vs Brees matchup has been pretty one sided as Brees has won every matchup he has had with Brady...

New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots meet in battle of “news”

Sporting a five-game win streak, the undefeated New Orleans Saints travel to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, to face the New England Patriots (4-1). Pitting two teams with only one loss between them, this contest is the game of the week for many viewers. That, and it’s Tom Brady versus Drew Brees. That’s kind of […]The post New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots...

AFC East : New England Patriots vs New Orleans Saints Week 6 Pre-Game!

      AFC East : New England Patriots vs New Orleans Saints Week 6 Pre-Game Sitting atop of the AFC East as expected the 4-1 New England Patriots look to bounce back in week 6 against the stout 5-0 Saints of New Orleans. Tom Brady and the Patriots look to forget last weeks terrible performance in which they were only able to master a total of 6 points ,the fewest points the...

Fantasy Football Week 7 - 2 Teams on Bye

Thursday Night FootballOctober 17th, 2013Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals8:25pm EST on NFL NetworkThe New Orleans Saints & Oakland Raiders are on a BYE this weekBye Week ImpactQB: Drew Brees, Terrelle PryorRB: Darren Sproles, Pierre Thomas, Darren McFaddenWR: Marques Colston, Kenny Stills, Denarius MooreTE: Jimmy GrahamLet us know how you plan on replacing these guys in...

The Run Game Will Be Crucial to Beating the Saints

The undefeated New Orleans Saints storm into Gillette tomorrow to take on a Patriots team coming off one of its' ugliest games in recent memory. How can the Patriots turn it around and hand the Saints their first loss of the year? Run the ball. A lot. The Patriots rushing attack, which they bizarrely abandoned last week, has been the most consistent facet of...

Saints Nation: Five Things to Look for in Saints at Patriots

I do believe the Saints will face their toughest opponent to date this season, on the road no less, as they take on the Patriots in Foxboro. If the Saints want to go 6-0 they are definitely going to have to earn it today. There is no question they have the talent and ability to take this one, though. But it will likely take close to a perfect game from the Saints to pull off. Here...

Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Week 7

Week 7 in the NFL is not terrible as far as BYE week impact, but Drew Brees, Darren Sproles, Marques Colston and Jimmy Graham are all on a BYE!  Let us help you fix your roster with the following options:QBAndy Dalton - Had it not been for back to back touchdown-less games, Dalton would not be available in most leagues.  Do yourself a favor Drew Brees owners and go claim him...
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