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Drew Brees threw for 351 yards and a touchdown, Darren Sproles added 188 all-purpose yards and the New Orleans Saints beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 23-10 on Sunday.
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The New Orleans Saints didn't need to score 30 points to beat the offensively inept Jacksonville Jaguars.
Drew Brees threw for 351 yards and a touchdown, Darren Sproles added 188 all-purpose yards and the Saints beat the Jaguars 23-10 Sunday.
The Saints (3-1) scored touchdowns on their first two possessions and looked well on their way to scoring 30 points for the fourth consecutive...
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New Orleans Saints vs Carolina Panthers Odds
It's hard to picture a battle between Drew Brees and Cam Newton could end up crashing under a total, but if history repeats itself, this is a guaranteed under play as the Saints visit Carolina.
The past eight meetings here have all played UNDER the number...
The New Orleans Saints beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 23-10 at EverBank Field in Jacksonville on Sunday with a methodical offense and good, timely defensive stops. Saints quarterback Drew Brees was 31-of-44 for 351 yards and a touchdown. Darren Sproles had a big game, rushing for 75 yards and 56 yards receiving while Jimmy Graham had 132 yards receiving and a touchdown. The Saints...
2011 is an offensive extravaganza thus far. 44 300+ yard passing performances thus far and counting. A record by far. Here are some other tidbits:
Eight teams this year are averaging 400 or more yards of total offense, the highest such total through the first four games since 1970.
TOM BRADY (1,553 passing yards) of the New England Patriots and DREW BREES (120 completions) of the...
None of the New Orleans Saints' running backs are approaching the kind of individual rushing numbers that would merit Pro Bowl consideration.
Yet Saints coach Sean Payton sees Darren Sproles, Mark Ingram and Pierre Thomas as a formidable combination.
The Saints amassed 177 yards on the ground as a team in Sunday's 23-10 win at Jacksonville.
While no Saints running back...
Sometimes being a fantasy football writer isn’t very easy at all, as in the case for fantasy football’s Week 5 quarterback rankings.
Sure, after the Top 10 it isn’t that difficult to figure out who’s who, but the Top 10 is a completely different beast this week, particularly with who exactly will occupy the Top three slots.
Yeah? You don’t need me to tell you—each week—to...
1. Packers (No. 1; 4-0): Get past the Falcons in Week Five, and the Packers could take a 10-0 record into that Thanksgiving showdown with the Lions. 2. Saints (No. 2; 3-1): In Jimmy Graham, the Saints have the steal of the 2010 draft. In Darren Sproles, they have the steal of the 2011 free-agency…