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The Saints-Dolphins Monday Night Football’s broadcast featured an offensive outpouring by Sean Payton and Drew Brees, Jon Gruden working out and these close-up shots of the Saintsations (the Saints Cheerleaders).
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The Saints scored, the Dolphins tried to score and Jon Gruden pumped some iron. That's your in-depth recap of Monday night's football game.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has been named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week the NFL announced Wednesday.
Brees threw for 413 yards four touchdowns and no interceptions in a 38-17 win against the Miami Dolphins on Monday night to keep the Saints undefeated.
Brees has earned the award a franchise record 15 times since signing with the Saints in 2006. Only Tom Brady...
While Aaron Rodgers and Peyton Manning are throwing the ball all over the field, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees told the NFL world this evening that pundits should not forget about him and his team moving forward in post-season discussions.
Brees threw for 413 yards against the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night Football, his 10th 400-yard game. He is right behind Dan Marino...
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Jon Gruden doesn’t keep that great physique at 50 years old by sitting on his ass and analyzing video. Chucky has to…
Drew Brees and his favorite target Jimmy Graham pulled apart the Dolphins’ secondary on a Monday Night Football showdown that made a statement about the Saints’ claims as Super Bowl contenders as they remain 4-0. Brees and Graham connected on 4 receptions for 100 yards receiving averaging 25 yards a grab, not only that they [...]
When the NFL schedule was first released, tonight’s game in New Orleans between the visiting Dolphins and the home town Saints didn’t look like the greatest Monday night matchup. The Saints were getting Sean Payton back, but their defense was still suspect, and no one knew just what to make of the Miami Dolphins.
Now, the entire complexion of this game has changed. The Dolphins...
The Miami Dolphins hopes of continuing the 2013 season undefeated were thwarted by an elite quarterback and a raucous crowd in the Superdome Monday night. Drew Brees using his patented pump fakes left the Miami defense guessing wrong all night. Miami’s Ryan Tannehill could not match Brees, faltering with 4 turnovers leading to two New Orleans scores.
Poor play calling early...
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Right now, I think the Saints are the 3rd best team in the NFL and could compete with Seattle or Denver on a neutral field. They are 3rd in the NFL in terms of moving the chains, doing so on 81% of chances. A strong offense is nothing new in New Orleans. Even with Sean Payton gone last year, the Saints were 4th in the NFL in points scored behind only the...
I don’t know who thought it was a good idea to give Gruden a Kettlebell, but this made for GIF gold. See Below:
Mike Sherman Facepalm (GIF)
Tom Brady Goes All Chris Bosh (GIF)
Publisher Nick St. Denis, associate editor Dan Begnoche and senior contributor Sean Donovan pick the Miami Dolphins' primetime showdown with the also-undefeated New Orleans Saints.Sean's take:It's been nearly 18 years since the Dolphins last played in the Superdome, where they'll find one of the league's most unwelcoming environments Monday night. Any combination...
On Sunday, Chicago's third-ranked scoring offense (31.8 ppg) host the Saints' second-ranked passing attack (338 YPG) in the FOX Sports NFL Game of the Week .
Drew Brees' offense were supposed to be tested when they hosted the Dolphins on Monday night, but New Orleans ran Miami out of town via the pass and 35 points in the first three quarters.
Chicago lost their first...
Wasn’t this supposed to be a clash of unbeaten teams where the team with the last possession wins the game?Tell that to the Miami Dolphins. This looked more like the college varsity team playing the junior varsity to warm up for Saturday’s game.There must be some be some magic in the that arm Drew Brees carries, because it was loaded and on fire in the 38-17 win over the Dolphins...
Miami Dolphins lineman Jared Odrick sacked Drew Brees in the first quarter of Monday’s game against the Saints in New Orleans. To celebrate, he busted out the ol’ Pee Wee Herman dance.
Strangely enough, as @WorldOfIsaac pointed out, it’s not the first time Odrick has gone that route.
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Admit it, Who Dat Nation. Even with the 3-0 start, you still felt a little…weird about declaring the Saints officially “back.” You needed a sign, nay, you needed an ass whooping of prime time, cry home to mama proportions, to really let you embrace that tingly oh so super feeling we had four years ago. Ladies and gentleman, that ass whooping has arrived.
The Miami Dolphins...