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Time for me to put a smile on that face Juan…
Marques Colston was one of my favorite undervalued WRs coming into the season. Drew Brees was going to throw 5,000 yards again, right? Colston has easily the 2nd best target after Jimmy Graham coming into the season, but that has not come to fruition. A foot injury has caused a lack of production and according to reports, he could be back at full strength this week.
Colston has come close to a TD in each game. I know that doesn’t show up in the box score, but it is promising for a team that has an elite passing attack and a beyond terrible defense. Brees will continue to throw a ton and as long as Colston is healthy he will be the recipient of a ton of those targets. This is a great time to buy low and his stock could be even lower if he doesn’t produce tomorrow. I like his chances of bouncing back this season, so he is guy to keep an eye on tomorrow.
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Brees has played three of the NFL's worst defenses so far - Redskins, Panthers, and Chiefs - with two of those matchups at home. Nonetheless, Brees has "just" 904 passing yards, 7 TDs vs. 5 INTs, and a 6.7 YPA. Not awful stats, certainly, but they're a far cry from the Brees we saw in 2011.
I spent a fair amount of time this week trying to figure out which...
The New Orleans Saints could get it done, now they are off to a 0-4 start. Drew Brees did what he could in this one, the Saints defense just could stop Aaron Rodgers from finding the end-zone 4 times to give the Packers a one point margin if victory over the Saints. This one has to hurt Bress more than the other three losses. Brees threw for 446 yards and had three touchdown passes...
After taking advantage of six turnovers to beat the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Diego Chargers turned their attention to former teammate Drew Brees and the winless New Orleans Saints.
The Chargers (3-1) will travel to face the Saints (0-4) on Sunday night.
With only three healthy cornerbacks on the roster, the Chargers are expected to sign free agent Chris Carr. They'll need...
Drew Brees Ties a Long-Time Record Today In Green Bay -
On a 20-yd TD pass to WR Marques Colston, New Orleans Saints Drew Brees has tied Johnny Unitas’ NFL record for most consecutive games with a TD pass at 47! Unitas’ record spanned from 1956-60. 52 years later, Brees has tied it!
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You don’t have to imagine, it is taking place tomorrow. Drew Brees and his 0-3 New Orleans Saints take on Aaron Rodgers and his 1-2 Green bay Packers. Both teams in need of a win for totally different reason. The New Orleans Saints haven’t won a game all season and they have to avoid dropping their fourth game in a row. It just goes to show us that Sean Peyton means more to the...
Philly Sports World Fantasy Week 4 recap
Predicting the Saints to lose and they did I am now 2-2, though not the way I predicted it. Drew Brees showed up and showed up big but it wasn’t enough. Fantasy owners got huge points off the 446 yards and 3 touchdowns.
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Cam Newton> had him as a fantasy sit against the Falcons and he has his best game of the year. Having...
A week after poor officiating by the replacement referees cost Green Bay a victory it looked like a repeat was in the making with the regular referees in their Sunday afternoon game of the week against New Orleans.Some stiff red zone defense and a missed field goal with under three minutes left gave Green Bay the narrowest of victories, 28-27, overcoming the officiating and Drew...
Things are not looking great in The Big Easy as the New Orleans Saints dropped their 4th game and fell to 0-4 to start the season. It’s still very early in the season, but should fans in New Orleans already be panicking?
Drew Brees and the offense have looked good for the most part, but the biggest issue for the Saints has been their defense. In their last 2 games, New Orleans...
Seven from Sunday - Week 4. Drew Brees ties Johnny Unitas, Tom Brady ties Brett Favre and the Vikings and Rams special teams accomplish something that has never been done in the history of the great American game.
New Orleans Saints (0-3) at Green Bay Packers (1-2)
The Saints and Packers are a combined 1-5 three weeks in the season. Raise your hand if you saw that coming. I strangely see no hands. This is a huge, must win game for both teams, and given that we should expect huge performances from both quarterbacks. You know it’s really not sitting well with both of these quarterbacks that...
Now that nobody in Green Bay has fingernails left and some will be sporting new gray hairs on their head it is time to sum up the game.
This game featured a battle between the starting quarterbacks as Aaron Rodgers threw for 319 yards and four touchdowns. Not to be outdone Drew Brees threw for 446 yards and three touchdowns.
In terms of offense, the Packers had a solid attack. ...
Despite some more questionable calls and a suspect pass defense, the Green Bay packers persevered at home to outlast the New Orleans Saints by the score of 28-27.
Aaron Rodgers wasn’t quite Drew Brees, but still effective while going 31-of-41 for 319 yards, four touchdowns and just the one interception.
The Packers (2-2) kept pace in a competitive NFC North division while the...
The New Orleans Saints finally saw an offense they recognized.
The result was the same, though - another loss for a team whose tumultuous offseason has spilled over into a winless start.
This time Garrett Hartley missed a field goal in a wild ending at Lambeau Field, where the Saints (0-4) blew a fourth-quarter lead and lost to the Green Bay Packers 28-27 on Sunday.