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New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams was excited about his defense forcing and recovering a fumble during Monday night's blowout win over the New York Giants. Pretty, pretty, pretty, pre-tty, pret-tty excited.
By my count, Williams celebrates with one man-hug, one full-on hug, one bear hug, two forearm shoves, one awkward high five, one single jab, one attempted elbow drop and a partridge in a pear tree. All for a third down stop and fumble recovery in a game his team led by 18 points.
If Ndamukong Suh does any of those things on the field when he returns to the Detroit Lions on Dec. 18, Roger Goodell may ban him for life.
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Although he received a few free agent nibbles this offseason, five-time Pro Bowl safety Darren Sharper is ready to hang his well-accomplished cleats up.
A source tells ESPN’s Adam Schefter that Sharper has decided to retire after 14 seasons in the NFL.
Sharper, 36, last played for the Saints, and was a significant part of the team’s improbable Super Bowl run in 2009.
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Drew Brees passed for 363 yards and four touchdowns and ran for another score as the New Orleans Saints rolled to a 49-24 victory over the Giants on Monday night,
extending New York's losing skid to three games.
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Drew Brees passed for 265 yards and three touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints led the New York Giants 21-3 at halftime on Monday night.
Record-setting night for QBDrew Brees threw four touchdown passes and rushed for another as the New Orleans Saints won their third straight game by pummeling the visiting New York Giants 49-24 on Monday night.
The Saints look like contenders. The Giants appear headed for another second-half collapse. Drew Brees and New Orleans stayed perfect at home with a 49-24 victory over New York.
Only one NFC team looks capable of threatening the Packers, writes Don Banks: the Saints. Drew Brees continued playing at a record pace as New Orleans hammered the Giants 49-24.
Drew Brees made it look easy for the Saints, at times having to choose which open receiver he wanted to hit as he tossed four TD passes and ran for another. It’s not supposed to be this simple.
but that’s what happens when a great quarterback faces...
Drew Brees took a few triumphant strides toward the goal post with the ball in his hand and rose up for an imitation, Michael Jordan-style dunk over the crossbar.
Drew Brees was absolutely on fire Monday night, throwing for 363 yards and four touchdowns while leading the New Orleans Saints to a dominating 49-24 victory over the struggling New York Giants at the Superdome.
Drew Brees completed seven of his first 10 passes and the New Orleans Saints were threatening to break a scoreless tie with the New York Giants at the end of the first quarter on Monday night.