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Saints Linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar (Source: zimbio.com)Middle linebacker Jonathan Vilma has been ruled out for the Saints upcoming game against the Atlanta Falcons. Vilma has suffered from a knee injury for the majority of the season, and while has been able to play at times, the injury has limited his abilities. … [visit site to read more]New Orleans Saints defense once again relying on Jo-Lonn Dunbar - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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Opponent: New Orleans Saints
Where: Georgia Dome, Atlanta
Time: 1 p.m.
TVannouncers: FOX, Kenny Albert (play-by-play), Daryl Johnston (analyst) and Tony Siragusa (sideline)
Point Spread (Danny Sheridan's odds as published in USA Today): It's a "pick em" game with an over of 49 12
Key Offensive Match-up: With two-time Pro-Bowl middle linebacker Jonathan Vilma...
After missing the past two weeks, rookie running back Mark Ingram is back, giving
New Orleans coach Sean Payton a tough decision to make -- keep four
running backs active Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons or make one
This weekend is a big game for the Falcons and the Falcons’ fans. We take on our rivals, the New Orleans Saints. This rivalry has been heated for years, but now that both the Falcons and the Saints are playing good football, the rivalry has taken on a whole ‘nother degree of intensity. The Saints have been the better team, making it to the Super Bowl and winning it not too long...
Facing Drew Brees is never easy for the Atlanta Falcons.
New Orleans' record-setting quarterback is 8-2 in the NFC South rivalry and has put up some staggering numbers: 3,010 yards passing, a 68.1 completion percentage and 20 touchdowns.
Falcons linebacker Curtis Lofton doesn't believe the Falcons can stop Brees, so their focus will be to slow him down.
This week I caught up with another opposing team blogger: Jamie Kelly of Blogging Dirty. He was kind enough to share his time and thoughts on the upcoming game. We dug into the rivarly and meaningfulness of this game so I hope you enjoy. Thanks to Jamie for taking the time and please go visit Blogging Dirty and give him some love on his twitter page.Saints Nation: Jamie, how far...
NFC South bragging rights will be on the line this Sunday afternoon when the Atlanta Falcons take on the division-rival New Orleans Saints at the Georgia Dome.
New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma reportedly had surgery on his troublesome left knee.
The Saints are without linebacker Jonathan Vilma and the Falcons are missing starting safety William Moore for Sunday's game with first place on the line in the NFC South.
Vilma is missing his second straight game with a sore left knee. Jo-Lonn Dunbar is starting for Vilma at middle linebacker.
New Orleans nickel back Patrick Robinson (stomach pain) also is inactive.