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Mike Florio talks to New Orleans WR Robert Meachem about his role in a win over Detroit, the team dynamic heading as the Saints make their playoff push, and how it would feel to help QB Drew Brees shatter single season QB records.
We rarely hear stories about Nick Saban being a nice guy. Saban is known for running a very tight ship — a style that has obviously translated into tremendous success at the college level. When he coached in the NFL, the style is said to have not worked with professional athletes. We hear that a [...]
Wednesday's NFL news briefs: Mark Ingram pulled a protective walking boot out of his locker and set it on the floor, then acknowledged that he might have to sit out with a sprained toe on his left foot when the Saints play at Tennessee this weekend.
At 9-3 the Saints are now firmly in control of both the NFC South and the #3 seed in the NFC, so now we can turn out focus to rooting against the 49ers and hoping for a chance at the two seed and a first round bye. The offense against the Lions performed pretty well, but it did suffer a lull for the entire third quarter and parts of the fourth. When things really got tight, though...
Mark Ingram pulled a protective walking boot out of his locker and set it on the floor, then acknowledged that he might have to sit out with a sprained toe on his left foot when the Saints play at Tennessee this weekend.
One would assume a strong performance if you went into the Lions matchup knowing the Saints' defense would give up 17 points. Sadly the defense was largely atrocious. I will commend the Saints for carrying out the defensive gameplan. Perhaps you can't really blame the players for staying true to that gameplan. It was simple: stop the run and double team Calvin Johnson...
METAIRIE, La. (AP) -- Mark Ingram pulled a protective walking boot out of his locker and set it on the floor, then acknowledged that he might have to sit out with a sprained toe on his left foot when the Saints play at Tennessee this weekend.
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We’ve got two great guests for Tuesday’s PFT Live. The always-entertaining — not to mention productive — defensive end of the Vikings Jared Allen joins the show. Also on the program: Saints wide receiver Robert Meachem talks about New Orleans’ big month of November. Watch the show live right here at noon.