Found November 05, 2011 on This Given Sunday:
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (4-3) at NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (5-3)Sunday, 1:00 P.M. ET, FOX, Direct TV (708), Sirius (TB 136, NO 86) Why WatchBecause we all want to know what the "bleep" happened to the Saints? New Orleans scored 83 points over the last two games. Unfortunately, 62 of them came two weeks ago in the beat-down of hapless Indianapolis. Then they stumbled against then win-less St. Louis Rams playing without Sam Bradford. How did that happen? Can the Saints bounce back? Do the Buccaneers take advantage? So many questions for one little game. What To WatchIn their first meeting, the Buccaneers rushed to a 20-10 half time lead, then intercepted Drew Brees at their own four yard line to snuff out the Saints' rally in the closing moments of the game. The pick was one of four turnovers the Bucs imposed on the Saints that day. Turnovers, by stellar defense, or sloppy Saints play, could give the Cinderella Bucs an insurmountable advantage over the Saints. The Saints one ...
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