Five Things to Look for in Packers at Saints

Whatever has been going on in the Superdome with Sean Payton coaching that has led to an 18 game win streak, you better hope it’s true magic that still burns bright. All signs point to that streak coming to a screeching halt tonight. There’s being an optimistic fan and there’s being realistic. The Packers are the hottest team in football right now and the Saints are a hot mess...
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Saints cut Crabtree, add running back Baker

NEW ORLEANS (AP) The New Orleans Saints have cut tight end Tom Crabtree and brought up running back Edwin Baker from practice squad to their active roster. The moves on Saturday come a day after Saints running backs Pierre Thomas, who has a shoulder injury, and Khiry Robinson, who has a forearm injury, were ruled out for Sunday night's home game against the Green Bay Packers...
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Saints Release TE Tom Crabtree, Promote RB Edwin Baker

The New Orleans Saints released veteran TE Tom Crabtree on Saturday and signed RB Edwin Baker from their practice squad. Crabtree re-signed with the Saints earlier this week, but with injuries at running back, it probably makes more sense to bring someone up for Sunday night’s game against Green Bay. Crabtree spent time with the Packers, so he could be there to help them prepare...
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Five bold predictions for the Green Bay Packers’ showdown with the Saints

The 5-2 and red-hot Green Bay Packers will take on the 2-4 New Orleans Saints at the Louisiana Superdome this Sunday. Sure, the Packers are the way better team, but no one has beaten Sean Payton in his own stadium since 2010. Here are five bold predictions for the game. 5. Packers have 500 yards of offense The Saints may be ninth in yardage on defense, but most teams haven’t had...
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Browns tight end Jordan Cameron’s production has dipped, but his confidence has not: ‘I think I’m an elite player’

Jordan Cameron’s production has decreased dramatically early in the final season of his rookie contract, but he insisted Friday his confidence is intact. Browns coach Mike Pettine has similar feelings. He called Cameron an “elite” tight end after the Browns (3-3) wrapped up practice in preparation for their home game against the Oakland Raiders (0-6) at 4:25 p.m. Sunday. ...
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Saints without Thomas, Robinson

New Orleans Saints running backs Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson have both been ruled out for Sunday night's game against the Green Bay Packers with injuries. Fortunately for the Saints, Mark Ingram returned from his hand injury last week. They'll lean heavily on Ingram and third-year back Travaris Cadet, who is more of a pass-catching specialist. Tight end Jimmy Graham...
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Rewind: New Orleans Saints debatable Power Rankings spot, Manziel’s hot GF, more

We’re more than a third of the way into the NFL season and we’re getting an idea of who the contenders are and who the pretenders are. Below you’ll find the best cover32 columns from the past week to catch you up on anything you may have missed. Enjoy Week 8! National Columns • Power Rankings: How all 32 teams in the NFL stack up after Week 7 (READ) • QB Ratings: Ranking...
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Expect a big game from Travaris Cadet and Mark Ingram this week

The New Orleans Saints announced on Friday that Pierre Thomas will be sidelined by rib and shoulder injuries while Khiry Robinson’s tweaked forearm will keep him from suiting up. The two runners have combined for 303 snaps from scrimmage and 463 of the team’s 738 yards on the ground. In their absence, Mark Ingram and […] The post Expect a big game from Travaris Cadet and Mark...
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Weekly Rewind: Lost season could get worse for the New Orleans Saints

The Saints fell to 2-4 against the Lions in Week 7, and will return home to face a rolling Packers squad on Sunday Night Football in Week 8. New Orleans Saints - Nick Rothschild wonders if it’s time to move on from Drew Brees: (READ) - John Sigler writes an open letter to Sean Payton. (READ) - WEEK 8 TOP 5: Reasons the Saints COULD LOSE / Reasons the Saints WILL WIN You...
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Why it’s Time to Pick Saints’ Travaris Cadet

Saints’ Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson Out; Travaris Cadet is a Pick Up from the Waiver Wire   The New Orleans Saints have announced that running backs Pierre Thomas and Khiry Robinson will be out due to injuries, making Travaris Cadet a good pick up off the waivers if you … The post Why it’s Time to Pick Saints’ Travaris Cadet appeared first on Fantasy Football Chick.
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Saints rule out two RBs; Jimmy Graham questionable

The Saints will be down two tailbacks Sunday night vs. Green Bay. According to the injury report, the club has ruled out Khiry Robinson (forearm) and Pierre Thomas (rib/shoulder). Mark Ingram figures to be the Saints’ featured back against the Packers, with Travaris Cadet likely the top pass-catching option out of the backfield.
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Sean Payton resorts to hacky motivational gimmick of cheesy cartoon to inspire Saints

The New Orleans Saints are looking for something, anything, to get the team back on the right track after a heartbreaking 24-23 road loss to the Detroit Lions last Sunday. The loss dropped the Saints to 2-4, and while that is no reason to go into full-blown panic mode, the with the surging Green Bay...Read More The post Sean Payton resorts to hacky motivational gimmick of cheesy...
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Packers secondary could be down two starters vs. Brees, Saints

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It certainly helps to be at full strength going into a game at the Superdome against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints' second-ranked passing offense. However, the Green Bay Packers might find themselves down two starters in the secondary. Safety Morgan Burnett (calf) is questionable and cornerback Sam Shields (knee) is doubtful. This would be the second...
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New Orleans Saints fans must see these five bold predictions for Week 8

Anyone can pick games. Whether selecting winners or making guesses against the spread, it’s essentially an exercise in flipping a coin. But providing some specifics about what’s going to happen in a game, detailing how things are going to play out, takes some thought, imagination and guts. And it actually provides some insight into what’s going to transpire on Sunday and Monday...
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Saints fans need to check out Johnny Manziel’s gorgeous new girlfriend on Instagram

If Brian Hoyer struggles again this weekend you can bet we’re on the verge of seeing Johnny Manziel. Hoyer was awful last week in Jacksonville, and should he pull something similar against Oakland this weekend Johnny Cleveland will get his shot. Off the field Manziel’s antics are legendary. From partying with Gronk, to partying in Mexico, to partying in Vegas to pulling some...
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Regression Candidates Through Week 7: Don’t Sleep on Mark Ingram

Saints running back Mark Ingram was off to a nice start in 2014 before going out with injury early in the season. Ingram returned to the field in Week 7 and had limited production, but things could change going into Week 8. The Saints will be facing a Packers defense that is worst in the […] The post Regression Candidates Through Week 7: Don’t Sleep on Mark Ingram appeared first...
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Drew Brees Doesn’t Believe Sunday’s Game is a Must Win

The New Orleans Saints may be in the verge of dropping to 2-5 on the season. The only way they can avoid that mark is by defeating a red-hot Green Bay Packers team on Sunday night in New Orleans. Attempting not to show any panic as it relates to the Saints slow start, quarterback Drew Brees doesn’t feel that this is a must-win affair for his team (via There’s no...
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Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints: 2014 Week 8 NFL Pick

Green Bay Packers (5-2) at New Orleans Saints (2-4) The Saints have been incredible at home over the past few years. They are 32-11 ATS at home since 2008 in the games which Drew Brees and Sean Payton were involved.  On top of that, they are 17-1-1 ATS at home over their last 19 home games with Drew Brees and Sean Payton. They’ve won all 18 of those games by an average of about...
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Three things the Green Bay Packers have to do to beat the New Orleans Saints

How fun will this matchup be? The 5-2 and red-hot Green Bay Packers will travel to New Orleans to take on a crumbling 2-4 Saints team. New Orleans hasn’t lost at home under Sean Payton in four years. Aaron Rodgers faces off against Drew Brees. Will the Pack continue their hot stretch, or will the Saints save their season again? If the Packers want to establish themselves as the...
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New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees firmly on the hot seat entering Week 8

It doesn’t take long for the pressure to mount in the NFL. Just seven weeks into the 2014 season, plenty of people find themselves under the microscope, trying to answer questions about their most-recent performance. Who is in that spot? Here are five on the hot seat this weekend: *** 5. Jay Cutler Cutler can’t lay another egg this week A week after getting called out by teammate...
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Saints Nation Bold Predictions – Packers – Week 8

I loved you guys joining in and adding to the bold predictions! The Lewis pick 6 came close.. Pick was true, the 6 was not. Andrew Doyle’s week 5 prediction of the Saints winning the rest of the season was true for nearly 2 games. Not the rest of the season. Seems Payton needs to call the evil and ask him why his contract for a 13-3 season seems not to be working. Also none of...
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Ten Years Later, Saints Owners Tom and Gayle Benson say "I Do" Again

History repeated itself in several ways Wednesday when the owners of the New Orleans Saints, Tom and Gayle Benson, renewed their wedding vows in honor of their ten-year-anniversary. The Bensons exchanged their renewal vows at St. Louis Cathedral in the French Quarter, where they first met more than a decade ago after an early morning mass. Benson saw Gayle Marie LaJaunie Bird during...
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New Orleans Saints' search for second starting cornerback failed from the start

The New Orleans Saints were on easy street at cornerback, for once, during the 2013 season. They weren't going to find much better than Keenan Lewis and Jabari Greer. The tandem stood as one of the primary factors in such an over-achieving turnaround on defense last season. New Orleans was 8-2 when Lewis and Greer started together. Greer then sustained what turned out to be...
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May the least-bad team win

How unlucky have the Saints been? This season has become rather non-bueno, with the Saints sitting at 2–4 having already had their bye week. What’s scary: they’ve played the 31st-easiest schedule in the league through Week 6, according to Football Outsiders. Going forward, they have the 19th-hardest remaining schedule, so things are likely to get worse if the team doesn’t...
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New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees’ latest (and telling) 1-32 quarterback ranking

Every week, from now through the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the editors at cover32 will gather to rank the NFL’s 32 starting quarterbacks. Depending on what’s happened the previous week, some will rise and some will fall, and even some of the names on the list will change. It’s a never-ending evolution, as the status of the league’s top signal callers is always in flux...
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