While a 10 point win may not be considered a nail biter, it certainly was close. With Atlanta putting up just 23 points, would their defense be able to slow down Drew Brees? That question wouldn’t be answered until deep in the fourth quarter
While not exactly an instant rematch, Thursday’s game between the Falcons and Saints is very close to that. Just three weeks removed from their first encounter, New Orleans hopes to sweep the series while Atlanta looks for revenge.
No more will Atlanta have to worry about being the first NFL team to finish a season 19-0. With their first loss coming against the Saints, it’s time to figure out what went wrong, and make sure they don’t make the same mistakes again.
Packers/Bears, Cowboys/49ers and Raiders/Chargers are some of the better known NFL rivalries. For those who don’t pay much attention to the NFC South, the Falcons/Saints game is one of those that should be in the conversation for best NFL rivalry.
Former New Orleans Saints fullback Heath Evans joined today’s edition of Jerome and Jamie to talk Auburn Football, Bobby Petrino, NFL, and this weekends match up between the Falcons and Saints… The guys asked Heath […]
It doesn’t matter who you are, nobody, repeat: NOBODY, at the start of the season could have predicted the Atlanta Falcons’ perfect 6-0 record or the New Orleans Saints’ 0-4 start.
Big names dominate fantasy football drafts, but often don’t pay off. Check out these reaches and sleepers to get an edge.
The keyword is “upside.” And these guys have it. Here are the top 10 fantasy football quarterbacks for the 2012 NFL season.
As team around the NFL prepare for the opening of training camp the Sports Kings Rob & Mike were joined by former New Orleans Saints’ Defensive End Charles Grant. In a candid interview Grant talked […]
Drew Brees has passed his physical and signed his historic $100 million, five-year contract with the New Orleans Saints. The star quarterback agreed to the deal Friday. He visited team headquarters Sunday to put pen […]