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Nov. 13, 2011 - Atlanta: ---WINNING KICK --- Dejected Atlanta Falcons Jonathan Babineaux, left, and John Abraham, right, walk of the field after the winning field goal kick by New Orleans Saints John Kasay for a 26-23 Saints victory in overtime at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta on Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011. Curtis Compton ccompton@ajc.comFLOWERY BRANCH –  With the NFC South title on the line, the Falcons (9-5) face the New Orleans Saints (11-3). on Monday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Here is a look at how the Falcons’ defensive line matches up against the Saints’ offensive line: Matchup Advantage: New Orleans Saints What happened last time: The Falcons stopped the run, holding the Saints to 41 yards rushing on 16 carries. The Falcons went sackless and had just two quarterbacks hurries against Brees, who passed for 322 yards and two touchdowns. Kansas City was able to get Aaron Rodgers to stop the Packers. The Falcons have to get sacks to beat the Saints. Them seem to settle …

Falcons, Saints fight for NFC South crown

It took a while, but this rivalry has come a long way since both teams entered the league in 1966. With the NFC South title on the line, the Falcons (9-5) face the New Orleans Saints (11-3) at 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. "I found out very quickly four years ago that this is the biggest rival that the Atlanta Falcons have," Falcons coach Mike Smith...

Falcons face Saints in Week 16 odds

Dec 26, 8:30 PM | Turf of Mercedes-Benz Superdome Atlanta Falcons vs New Orleans Saints Odds 9-5TEAM RECORD11-3 Atlanta gets a Monday Nighter to try to push into the NFC playoffs against division rival New Orleans in Week 16 NFL odds action. But in four recent Monday Nighters against the Saints, they are 0-4 SU dating to 2004. The Saints are also big home favorites here...

Saints' Porter offers early Christmas for burned-out family

New Orleans Saints cornerback Tracy Porter gives back in a big way.

New Orleans Saints team report: Sproles' numbers support team 's decision to sign him, trade Bush

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Cafe helps Saints' Strief satisfy hunger to help

Saints lineman Zach Strief has found an unusual New Orleans restaurant where he can satisfy both his cravings for Creole cooking and his hunger to give back.

New Orleans Saints team report: Brees making MVP case as he closes in on records

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Vikings' Peterson accuses Saints' Greer of dirty play

Minnesota Vikings stud running back Adrian Peterson claims that the New Orleans Saints were purposely targeting his injured left ankle during Sunday's game. In fact, Peterson pointed the finger at Jabari Greer, noting that the Saints cornerback twisted his ankle at the bottom of a pile in the 42-20 loss. "I came into the game kind of expecting that coming back from a high...

Vilma denies that Saints were trying to re-injure Peterson's ankle

New Orleans linebacker Jonathan Vilma says the Saints never try "to maliciously hurt anyone," but grabbing powerful, agile running backs like the Vikings' Adrian Peterson around their ankles is sometimes the best way to tackle them.
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