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New Orleans Saints RB Chris Ivory(Source of the hallmarks of the 2009 New Orleans team was its ability to start and finish games strong.  When that team got out to an early lead, they did not let up until the game was completely out of reach.  … [visit site to read more]New Orleans Saints must improve at finishing games - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

New Orleans Saints: Power rankings and defensive end Greg Romeus

DE Greg Romeus (source Saints are headed into their fourth NFC South game of the season this Sunday when they travel to the Georgia Dome to take on the surging Atlanta Falcons. … [visit site to read more]New Orleans Saints: Power rankings and defensive end Greg Romeus - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Injured Jonathan Vilma would be big loss for Saints vs. Falcons

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. With their playoff hopes rapidly fading back in 2009 and quarterback Matt Ryan out with a turf toe injury, the Falcons were in the process of a furious fourth-quarter rally led by Chris Redman against New Orleans at the Georgia Dome. The Falcons faced fourth-and-2 at the Saints' 46 and opted for a short pass over the middle to fullback Jason Snelling, a...

How many RBs is too many? Saints' Payton will have to decide

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 inactive.

Saints-Falcons Preview

The race for NFC South supremacy has tightened because the New Orleans Saints have been inconsistent lately while the Atlanta Falcons have reeled off three straight victories. The Saints, however, believe they're poised to get their season back on track. With the division lead at stake, first-place New Orleans looks to win consecutive games for the first time in a month by...

NFL Preview - New Orleans (6-3) at Atlanta (5-3) (ET)

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.
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