Found December 28, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
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Saints coach Sean Payton knows exactly how tricky this week’s game against the Panthers could be. He was in almost the exact same scenario last year in Week 17 and it turned into a disaster. New Orleans entered the final week of the 2010 season with a chance to win the NFC South and a bye.…
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