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New Orleans Saints wide receiver Joseph Morgan provided one of the top highlights of week 7 in the NFL, with a 48-yard touchdown reception he had in the Saints' 35-28 victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday in Tampa Bay.
What made the play so awesome wasn't the actual catch, but the incredible balance and kung fu-like moves Morgan showed off following the catch. He even flipped a defender over his
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Could be in the running for the most badass play of the season when it’s all said and done. This is a combination of ninja/football/ridic.
Oh by the way, the Saints looked to be back on track as they pretty much scored at will vs. the Bucs on Sunday. The disparity between the NFC and AFC is pretty ridiculous if you break down the numbers at this point. You know the Saints are going...
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Sean Payton has done some interesting things while he’s been banned from the NFL, but nothing compares to the 48-year-old getting braces. Yes, those are braces on his teeth. The guy is running around New Orleans or wherever looking like Ted Stroehmann.Our research team seems to believe these braces were installed within the last week or so and debuted over the weekend at a couple...
This doesn’t say much for the Saints players and the coaches who have taken over during the Bounty Scandal. The Saints could be 5-0, 0-5, 2-3, 3-2 and etc. No one knows, the Saints need to get over it and just play. “If you have none of this bountygate in the offseason. If there’s no problems. Through five games, instead of 1-4, what’s your best guess as to what your record...
Fresh off his seven-week bounty-related suspension, New Orleans interim coach Joe Vitt did not wait an extra second to rejoin the team in Florida.
After watching Sunday's game from an undisclosed location in the Tampa area, he flew back to New Orleans with the Saints after they beat the Buccaneers 35-28 in a game Vitt was barred from attending.
On Monday, he said his suspension...
New Orleans tight end Jimmy Graham won't be available for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. He's out with an injured ankle.Fantasy Spin:The Saints thought Graham would be able to return after the team's bye week but apparently that wasn't enough time to recover. David Thomas will start at tight end for New Orleans though we wouldn't expect him to have...
Seen here is New Orleans Saints receiver Joe Morgan scoring perhaps the craziest receiving touchdown we will see this week. Morgan is able to haul in the pass, evade one defender, flip another, and then take a crushing hit en route to a 48-yard score in the second quarter. Impressive.Furthermore, his efforts helped the Saints edge out the host Tampa Bay Buccaneers by a tally of 35-28 on Sunday.
The New Orleans Saints will be without tight end Jimmy
Graham today as they take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but linebacker Jonathan
Vilma will return to action, reports Kareem Copeland of NFL.com.
New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham (ankle)
will not play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, and linebacker
Jonathan Vilma will play after being activated...
The New Orleans Saints have moved linebacker Jonathan Vilma from
their physically unable to perform list to the active roster,
meaning he could play for the first time this season on Sunday at
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Jonathan Vilma played for the first time while appealing a season-long suspension for his role in the Saints bounty program and Drew Brees threw for 377 yards and four touchdowns to pace a 35-28 come-from-behind victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. While it's debatable how much Vilma's return impacted the Saints defense, the unit turned...
For moments in this game the Saints' defense gave us the illusion they might be on to something, but let's be honest with ourselves and admit the Bucs' offense is really bad. To yield 513 total yards to that trash is enough to cement this defense's claim to worst of all time in NFL history. And that's just how bad this unit is. To their credit, they "held...
TAMPA -- The New Orleans Saints overcame a two-touchdown deficit and an unusual penalty that nullified an apparent Tampa Bay touchdown on the last play to escape with a 35-28 victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. With five seconds left, the Bucs had the ball on fourth down at the Saints' 9-yard line. Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman scrambled out...