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New Orleans Saints SS Roman Harper(Courtesy of al.com)
Although the New Orleans Saints and Tennessee Titans aren’t division rivals, they sure played like it. After the game, one Titan had his thoughts on the matter. … [visit site to read more]
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The Tennessee Titans are claiming someone one the Saints sideline blew a whistle loud enough for Titans players to hear during the game.
Saints TE Jimmy Graham appears hobbled by back spasms he suffered in pre-game warmups, according to FOX. The second-year TE looked slow coming out of breaks in the first quarter when he had two catches for 14 yards. Graham has had at least six catches and at least 78 yards in each of his last four games. Source: CBS Sports Attached Thumbnails
Saints inactives: RB Mark Ingram, DT Sedrick Ellis, CB Leigh Torrence, LB Jonathan Casillas, WR Adrian Arrington, DE Turk McBride, OT William Robinson. DT Sedrick Ellis (hamstring) is inactive for the first time this season. Ellis will be replaced in the starting lineup by DT Tom Johnson. After being inactive for the first three games of the season, Johnson (6-3, 288) has 18 tackles...
Titans wide receiver Nate Washington made it a point to get in the face of New Orleans Saints safety Roman Harper after Harper's touchdown-saving facemask tackle on Damian Williams in Sunday's 22-17 New Orleans' victory. Washington was still irate in the Titans locker room afterwards and called Harper a dirty player. Harper dragged Williams down by the facemask after...
Saints QB Drew Brees (Source: zimbio.com)
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This year the city of New Orleans not only gets the appropriately named New Orleans Bowl as well as the Sugar Bowl between Michigan and Virgina Tech and the national championship between the local LSU Tigers and their hated arch-rival Alabama Crimson Tide. Call it the BCS National Championship or Saban Bowl VI but the Big Easy will be rocking come the night of January 9th.
Drew Brees will bring his incredible passing proficiency into the Metrodome to face a depleted Vikings secondary. What Brees has accomplished this season is amazing. We look at the records and how he got there with a distribution scheme that doesn’t discriminate.
Win an all-expenses paid trip to see the Saints take on the Vikings on Dec 18! Garrett Hartley of the Saints and Adrian Peterson of the Vikings are helping at-risk kids and giving away amazing prizes. Download Adrian's Football For Good Giving Assistant by 12 AM PST Monday night, and you will be entered to win a trip to see the Saints-Vikings game. www.footballforgood...
Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck (Source: usatoday.com)
It was a little less than a year ago when the then 11-5 Saints traveled to face the 7-9 Seattle Seahawks at Qwest Field, who where quite literally the NFL’s worst ever playoff team given their sub .500 record. … [visit site to read more]
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During the Titans 22-17 loss to the Saints on Sunday, receiver Nate Washington had a scary moment. At the end of a 54-yard catch-and-run Saints safety Roman Harper grabbed Washington’s face mask and dragged him to the ground, jerking his head back in a frightening motion. Harper was flagged for a 15-yard penalty on the [...]
Drew Brees had plenty of time to reflect on his missed chances to score as he watched the Tennessee Titans nearly rally past his New Orleans Saints.
Drew Brees threw a pair of touchdown passes to Marques Colston in the fourth quarter, and New Orleans' defense came up with two late stands to preserve a 22-17 victory over the Tennessee Titans.