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The New Orleans Saints are one of the most explosive passing offenses in the entire National Football League. Drew Brees continues to shatter quarterback records that have been around forever, and the Saints can put up points on the board unlike almost any other team. Just think what they could do if they possessed a somewhat competent running back who could open things up even more, if that is even possible. Oh wait, they do. They just don’t play him. Like, ever. Not at all. Not in 2012, at least. It is being reported that Chris Ivory is “healthy and available” for the saints’ backfield. If that is the case, why has he been active in just one game in 2012, only to not even see a single snap? It is not as if the Saints are producing on the ground with their plethora of other running backs. Pierre Thomas shows flashes of brilliance, but then settles back down. Mark Ingram has been a huge disappointment since being drafted in the first round a couple of years ago, and while Darren Spr...

Can the Saints make the playoffs this season? A look at their remaining schedule and the NFC South

The Saints are shockingly bad this season.  I did not expect them to be affected this much by the loss of their head coach.  Drew Brees has decided he has to share his opinion on all the big issues in the NFL after being out front during the lock-out and now with the bounty scandal.  He's actually becoming obnoxious.  He needs to spend more time preparing and less time complaining...

Saints vs. Broncos: Previewing's Sunday Night's game

The Denver Broncos (3-3) enter Sunday Night's matchup with the New Orleans Saints (2-4) at Sports Authority Field at Mile High coming off a 35-24 victory over the San Diego Chargers followed by a bye week. The Saints enter this road game in Denver having won their past two games, including a 35-28 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last Sunday. The Broncos are currently...

Peyton buys 21 Papa John's stores

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning reportedly is the new owner of 21 Papa Johns pizza stores in the Denver area.

Jimmy Graham Injury: Saints TE Makes Trip

New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham traveled with the team to Colorado for tonight’s game against the Denver Broncos, reports Mike Florio of Graham remains a game-time decision due to his ankle injury. A source with knowledge of the situation confirms that Graham made the trip in advance of Sunday night’s showdown between Drew Brees and Peyton...

Tracy Porter’s seizure aftermath may keep him out of dream game

Denver Broncos’ cornerback Tracy Porter has a thread in history with both Peyton Manning and Drew Brees. When he was a member of the New Orleans Saints, his interception of Peyton Manning in the 2010 Super Bowl put the final nail in the Indianapolis Colts’ championship bid. Manning along with Porter are now teammates fighting together and their team is poised to take on Brees...

Darren Sproles Returns To Practice Friday

New Orleans tailback Darren Sproles was back at practice Friday after missing two days due to an illness in his family, reports Katherine Terrell of the Times-Picayune.Fantasy Spin:Sproles is expected to play this Sunday at Denver and as the game should be a shootout, you will want to start him. He's getting around 10 touches per game, which is down a couple from last season...

Jimmy Graham Remains Game-Time Call

Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (ankle) traveled with the team to Denver but he'll be a game-time decision Sunday night, according to Spin:Graham has been dealing with an ankle sprain since Week 5. The team had a bye Week 6 and he sat out last Sunday. With the Saints scheduled to play Sunday night, it is a huge gamble to put Graham in your starting lineup...

Saints Nation: Defense Struggling To Find Motivation?

Might I suggest "Bounty Gate" has affected the Saints defense in a way you have not thought of yet. For the last three years, this Saints defense has been motivated to "play hard" by a system that offers cash rewards for big plays. Let's throw out the bounty allegations for a minute and concentrate on what has been admitted: pay for performance. The Saints...

Jimmy Graham will be a game-time decision for the Saints

The New Orleans Saints have a big game on Sunday night against the Broncos.  There’s a chance that tight end Jimmy Graham will not play because of a sprained ankle. … Continue reading »

Sunday Night Football: New Orleans Saints at Denver Broncos Preview and Prediction

The Saints and Broncos both come into Sunday night’s game with impressive victories in their previous games. The Saints won their second game in a row with a 35-28 win over the Bucs, while the Broncos had a 35-0 run to end their game two weeks ago against San Diego. Peyton Manning has the second-best passer rating in the league. (Photo by Jeffrey Beall via CC BY-SA 3.0) New Orleans...

Saints no match for Manning, Broncos in 34-7 loss

Drew Brees came to Denver and surpassed John Elway. He was no match for Peyton Manning. Brees welcomed back New Orleans Saints interim coach Joe Vitt from his bounty banishment by extending his NFL record to 50 straight games with a touchdown toss, the 300th of his career. He added another just before the 2-minute warning that surpassed Elway for sixth on the career list. Almost...

Jimmy Graham Expected To Play Sunday Night

Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (ankle) is expected to be active Sunday night barring a setback in pre-game warmups, according to Jay Glazer of Fox Sports.Fantasy Spin:Graham has been dealing with an ankle sprain since Week 5 and missed last week's game following the Saints' bye week. It looks like he's going to play Sunday night.
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