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Captain Munnerlyn sacks Drew Brees with suplex hit (GIF)

Minnesota Vikings cornerback Captain Munnerlyn sacked Drew Brees with a suplex-style hit that Brees didn't particularly care for during the third quarter of Sunday's game in the Superdome.Fortunately Brees was not injured on the play, but Brees made sure he let it be known that he did not appreciate the hit by Munnerlyn, calling it a “straight Hulk Hogan, 1985-style suplex”...
Via Holdout Sports
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WATCH: Drew Brees loses it after being slammed

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees is usually calm and collected on the field. But in Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, after CB Captain Munnerlyn came free and sacked him late in the third quarter, he lost it. It wasn’t about the sack, though. It was about the way he finished it. Munnerlyn blitzed off the edge on the play and as he hit the QB, he grabbed and slammed...
Via The Sports Daily
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Drew Brees Gets Body Slam Sacked (Video)

Drew Brees is barely 6 feet tall, so I’m not sure all this force was necessary to bring him down. YIKES The post Drew Brees Gets Body Slam Sacked (Video) appeared first on Geeks & Cleats.
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Drew Brees rages after Captain Munnerlyn slams him on sack (Video)

Drew Brees erupted after getting body-slammed by Captain Munnerlyn on a big sack Sunday. The New Orleans Saints were in a third-and-long situation from their own 32 when Munnerlyn came in on a corner blitz and wrapped up Brees for a sack. Munnerlyn lifted up Brees and slammed him to the […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Minnesota gets a Viking funeral: Saints scouting report week 3

Tell me if you have heard this one before; the Saints are by far the better team here and should win this game by a landslide. That was the case week 1, was the case last week against Cleveland, and is the case this week against Minnesota. They key word there of course is should. I am not a beat writer (as you can tell by my numerous grammatical mistakes and entirely Saints-centric...
Via The Saints Nation
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints Offensive Preview: Week 3

This is a little late. Blame me, not Patrick Robinson or Rob Ryan (especially since they’re on the opposite side of the ball). Today we’re going to preview the action when the Saints have the ball and the Minnesota Vikings are on defense. At the start, it should be noted that Minnesota—under first-year head coach Mike Zimmer—is not a great defensive team at this moment in...
Via cover32 - Saints
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Saints worked out veteran linebacker Pat Angerer today

The New Orleans Saints defense has been horrible this year, and today the team looked to upgrade the linebacker position. The team brought in Pat Angerer who was recently with the Indianapolis Colts. Angerer worked out with Jets earlier this week.  Aaron Wilson @RavensInsider · 2h Pat Angerer worked out for Saints, Jets this week, according to […] The post Saints worked out...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
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Saints looking to get past defensive issues in home opener

As an annual playoff contender and a favorite to win the NFC South, the New Orleans Saints began the regular season surrounded by the familiar buzz of high expectations and a level of everyday-optimism reserved only for division winners and a handful of conference powers. Armed with one of the few elite starting quarterbacks, a perennially prolific offense, and what was expected...
Via Sports-Glory
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Saints Injury Update: Mark Ingram week-to-week after thumb surgery

New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram, who was off to hot start to begin the season, broke his hand on Sunday in the Saints loss to the Cleveland Browns Sunday and underwent surgery. Ingram had a pair of screws inserted near then thumb to repair a displaced fracture according to Brett Martel of The Bellingham Herald.#455628784 / gettyimages.comSaints Head Coach Sean Payton said...
Via NFL Injury Report
3 days ago  |  Discuss

5 NFL receiving corps with highest potential

Sammy Watkins has the potential to become one of the top receivers in the NFL When one thinks about the best receiving corps in the NFL, you immediately think about teams like the Detroit Lions and the Dallas Cowboys. However, those teams are very top heavy at wide receiver, and despite having two of the better, if not best receivers in the game, their fellow receivers on each player’s...
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5 reasons the New Orleans Saints could lose to Minnesota

It’s been a long week after the Saints’ second loss of the season in Cleveland, and there’s a chance we could be in for another one of these dreadful weeks after this Sunday. Here are five reasons why the Saints could fall to 0-3, all but eliminating themselves from playoff contention. 5.) They just lost to Cleveland Do you need more reasons? I don’t think Cleveland is...
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Saints Nation Bold Predictions – Vikings – Week 3

Brian Pavek is the first one to have called a bold prediction correctly. But really, it wasn’t bold. It was sarcasm. So sorry Brian, that does not count. Indeed the Saints gave up less then 400 yards. It was 324 total. There are some more calls that are sarcasm this week. Try to spot them! Andrew Juge Saints get 7 sacks. Colston has 10+ catches. Neer Shah Saints win by...
Via The Saints Nation
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Darren Sharper is suing the Saints from his California jail cell

Darren Sharper must be bored while he sits and wait in his California jail cell. He’s decided to sue the New Orleans Saints for a knee injury that he suffered in 2009, according to Darren Sharper is taking legal aim at the New Orleans Saints from his California jail cell, pressing on with a previously denied workers compensation claim that his former employer owes him...
Via Pro Football Zone
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Sean Payton Screams Rob Ryan (Video)

Rob Ryan better watch himself. The Saints are 0-2, and the defense has given up game winning drives two weeks in a row. Head coach Sean Payton had seen enough during the fourth quarter and let Ryan know about his displeasure in a loud manner.  Ryan, of course wasn’t going to go quietly, and shouted back. This is a relationship to watch.
Via Thacover2
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Current and former NFL players weigh in about Adrian Peterson’s arrest on Twitter

The harrowing news stories that surfaced during this past week were difficult to digest for NFL players and fans alike. The Ray Rice elevator videotape was released to the public, and commissioner Roger Goodell stuck to his claim that the league office hadn't seen it. The only problem is that they had, indeed, been sent a tape by a law enforcement official (according to the...
Via The Sports Daily
8 days ago  |  Discuss
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