Teddy Bridgewater's been loving this Saints offense for awhile

New York Post Bridgewater, just over a day into his stint with the Saints after the Jets dealt him and a sixth-round pick for a third-round pick, said he was thrilled to learn of his destination when Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan gave him the news Wednesday.
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Finally, we're a few hours from Chiefs-Rams, by many accounts a Super Bowl preview. If you like offense, it should be a great game, one of those games where one should set the alarm for the fourth quarter and then tune in. Whether it be injuries ...

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FMIA Week 11—Embedded in New Orleans: The Ritz, the Rout and the Reason the ...

NEW ORLEANS — “This is the first time in NFL history a play like this has been run from this formation! Ever!” jovial Saints coach Sean Payton called out to his offensive team Saturday night in a second-floor ballroom at the Ritz-Carlton on Canal Street.

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Saints' Michael Thomas channels Joe Horn with cellphone TD celebration

NEW ORLEANS -- Michael Thomas brought back one of the most memorable touchdown celebrations in NFL history on Sunday, channeling former Saints wide receiver Joe Horn from 2003 when he retrieved a hidden cellphone from around the bottom of the ...

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Overreacting to NFL Week 9: Who dat? My Super Bowl picks are ...

Rams-Saints was Christmas in early November for an NFL fan. We woke up Sunday morning annoyed at the extra hour the calendar put in between us and that game. We slogged through the early games waiting for it to start. And when it did, it was a rocket ...

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Sorting the Sunday Pile: Saints, Panthers, Vikings, Bears provide statement ...

The marquee game in the afternoon featured the Saints and Rams battling it out in New Orleans, with Drew Brees and Co. knocking off the NFL's last undefeated team in convincing fashion. You can read more about the Saints' own statement win right here, ...

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Washington Post

Saints and Rams show off the best the NFL has to offer

The Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints got together and lent a slew of treats with their highbrow skills. Eyeballs luxuriated. Punters barely played, which is nothing against punters. Possibilities abounded, including one where Drew Brees went ...

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45-35. Brees y los Saints quitan el invicto a los Rams, el último de la ...

Nueva Orleans (EE.UU.), 4 nov (EFE).- El mariscal de campo Drew Brees mandó cuatro pases de anotación y los Saints de Nueva Orleans derrotaron 45-35 a los Rams de Los Ángeles, que perdieron su calidad de invicto, en la Semana 9 de la Liga ...

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Medio Tiempo.com

¡Ya no hay invictos! Saints propinan primera derrota a Rams

Brees lanzó para 346 yardas y cuatro touchdowns a cambio de ninguna intercepción para extender el récord de los Saints a 7-1 y pintarle su primer dígito negativo al equipo de Sean McVay, por lo que no habrá ningún invicto el próximo 19 de noviembre en ...

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Michael Thomas replicates ex-Saints WR Joe Horn's famous cellphone celebration ...

Wide receiver Michael Thomas burned Rams cornerback Marcus Peters on a 72-yard bomb to extend the Saints' lead to 45-35 with 4:02 to play in New Orleans. Then Thomas, with 12 catches for a franchise-record 211 yards and a score in the Saints' win, ...

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Rams vs. Saints final score, takeaways: Drew Brees ends Rams' unbeaten season ...

The race for supremacy in the NFC is on. Just when it looked like the Rams were the class of the conference, the Saints came marching on in to spoil their Hollywood season. Just when it looked like the Rams were in control of the NFC side of the ...

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Rams vs. Saints final score, takeaways: Drew Brees ends Rams' unbeaten season ...

The race for supremacy in the NFC is on. Just when it looked like the Rams were the class of the conference, the Saints came marching on in to spoil their Hollywood season. Just when it looked like the Rams were in control of the NFC side of the ...

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USA TODAY

Saints bring Rams' perfect run to an end in wild shootout

The Saints and Rams' offenses drew much of the attention entering this game given the units' video-game-like explosiveness, elite-level passers and big-play running backs and receivers. But the Saints won Sunday's game over the Rams thanks in large ...

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Drew Brees, Michael Thomas halt possible Saints collapse and end Rams ...

The New Orleans Saints seemed like they were in quicksand for most of an anxious second half. But, as he has done so many times, Drew Brees rescued them. After seeing a 35-14 lead evaporate as the Los Angeles Rams made a charge, Brees led the ...

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Rams vs. Saints odds: Picks, predictions from top-rated expert who's 19-7 on ...

The undefeated Los Angeles Rams visit the surging New Orleans Saints on the fast track of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome at 4:25 p.m. ET. The Rams are looking to keep their record unblemished against a Saints club that hasn't lost since a Week 1 setback ...

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Canal Street Chronicles

Saints vs. Rams: Game Time, TV, Radio, Online Streaming, Mobile, and Odds

The Saints face the undefeated Rams in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome today as both teams are looking to secure the top spot in the NFC. A Saints win today would not only keep them ahead of Carolina in the NFC South but would put them atop the NFC by ...

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Sporting News

Rams vs. Saints: Score, updates, highlights from Week 9 matchup

The NFC's two best teams go head-to-head on Sunday in a highly-anticipated battle for supremacy. Nobody has been able to beat the Rams (8-0) this season, but if anyone can, it may just be the Saints (6-1), who have put together six consecutive wins ...

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The Saints are aggressively playing to win, and it's working

The biggest win on Sunday — and not on the scoreboard (hey, Rams and Chiefs) — was the New Orleans Saints heading into Baltimore and beating the Ravens. The Saints were down 17-7 to the Ravens in the fourth quarter and scored 17 points in the final ...

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Predicting the Saints' remaining games

The reigning NFC South champs are on a roll again. After their Week 7 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, the New Orleans Saints are now winners of five straight games and still atop the division at 5-1 on the year. That's all well and good ...

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After another improbable win, the 2018 Saints look like a team of destiny

BALTIMORE, Md. - A special season is upon us in New Orleans. Fate and providence once again are suiting up for the New Orleans Saints. If you didn't believe the Saints were a team of destiny before their dramatic, improbable 24-23 come-from-behind win ...

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From blowout win to grind-out win, Saints prove they're top contender

BALTIMORE -- It's hard to say which type of win is more impressive: The New Orleans Saints' 43-19 rout of the Washington Redskins at home on Monday Night Football two weeks ago, when the offense was firing on all cylinders. Or, their comeback from a ...

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The Saints' breakout third-string QB is doing everything to help but throw

The New Orleans Saints claimed Hill off waivers before the 2017 season when he didn't make the Green Bay Packers' final roster. He was an undrafted quarterback who was 95th out of 100 quarterbacks in passer rating during his senior year at BYU. It wasn ...

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Saints, at 5-1, Are Ready to Face Down Ghosts of the Vikings Game

BALTIMORE — Just a month ago, the flamboyant and ever-charging New Orleans Saints finally looked spent and tired. They had lost their season-opening game at home despite scoring 40 points. The next week, they narrowly escaped defeat in Cleveland ...

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Baltimore Sun

Ravens-Saints by the numbers

Key numbers from the Ravens' 24-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints in Week 7: 1 – Win in five games New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees has against the Ravens, who were the only team he had not beaten in his 18-year career.

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USA TODAY

In making big gambles for Saints, Sean Payton balances data with his own insights

Call it what you want, but it was a winning formula for the Saints, who won a gritty game when Drew Brees joined the NFL's 500 touchdown passes club but also threw for a season-low 212 yards. New Orleans rallied from a 10-point deficit and converted ...

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Saints notebook: First drive highlighted by three fourth-down conversions

BALTIMORE — The Saints came into Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens having converted all three of their fourth downs this season. They needed just one drive Sunday to double their fourth-down attempts this season. The Saints went for it on ...

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Baltimore's defense stopped the Saints on five different third downs, but New Orleans stayed aggressive, going for it on fourth down all five times and successfully converting four. On 4th-and-1 at the four-yard line, Michael Pierce recovered a fumble ...

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Drew Brees becomes fourth QB to throw 500 touchdowns

Brees admitted that it would mean a lot to him to finally knock the Ravens off of his to-do list after he went 0-for-3 against them as a member of the Saints and 0-for-1 earlier in his career with the San Diego Chargers. Brees joins Manning and Favre ...

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UNDERHILL: Saints effort, if ugly at times, was championship-caliber

BALTIMORE — For quite a while the Saints looked like the kind of team that can bang with the rest of the teams in the AFC North. That's saying something. Those are the kind of teams can go on the road and grind out games. Those are the kind of teams ...

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Saints at Ravens second half thread.

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UPDATE: After converting three fourth-down plays on the opening series, the New Orleans Saints misfired on their fourth attempt during the opening drive against the Baltimore Ravens. New Orleans held the ball for more than 10 minutes but came away ...

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Saints vs. Ravens: Score, live updates, highlights from battle of division leaders

The last time the Saints took the field, Drew Brees set the NFL record for most career passing yards. The quarterback will try to keep the New Orleans offense rolling as it travels to Baltimore to take on the Ravens in an interconference matchup. Brees ...

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Saints QB Drew Brees sets all-time NFL mark for passing yards

Name any passing record, Drew Brees might have it by now. The Saints superstar quarterback ticked off his latest, and possibly most impressive NFL record Monday, passing Peyton Manning in all-time passing yardage at 71,941. +2. Peyton Manning, Drew ...

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Keith Williams was supposed to be on bed rest four weeks after having back surgery. Instead, he was wearing a pink bathrobe and a pope hat refusing to sit down for even a moment of the Saints' Monday night game against the Washington Redskins.

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4 winners, 4 losers from Saints' domination of Washington on 'Monday Night ...

The New Orleans Saints notched a big win over Washington on Monday Night Football, 43-19, and are now 4-1 on the season. Drew Brees led the way, as usual, throwing for 363 yards and three touchdowns. He also caught his own pass, lined up at wide ...

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Redskins vs. Saints final score, takeaways: Drew Brees' record-setting night ...

The Saints' miraculous defensive turnaround might've lasted only one season, but if Monday night is any indication, they might not need a dominant defense to be a dangerous playoff team. That's how prolific, explosive, and historic this Saints offense ...

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What we learned from Saints' win over Redskins

You might have heard. Drew Brees made a little bit of history Monday night, as the future Hall of Famer led the New Orleans Saints (4-1) to a dominant 43-19 victory over the Washington Redskins (2-2) to stay atop the NFC South. Here's what we learned: 1.

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Washington Post

Redskins-Saints: Drew Brees sets record, New Orleans leads 40-13 in third quarter

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The Washington Redskins, who scored a season-high 31 points in a win over the Packers last time out, face one of the league's highest-scoring teams, the New Orleans Saints, on Monday Night Football at 8:15 p.m. ET. History could be made in the final ...

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Little love was lost between the Saints and Buccaneers last season, and frustration erupted between the New Orleans defensive line and Tampa Bay's offensive line in the third quarter. Nobody saw this coming: Saints dealt worst opening loss of Payton ...

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Cam Jordan: Saints' defensive effort 'unacceptable'

NEW ORLEANS -- The Saints' defense appeared overmatched Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Saints surrendered an eye-popping 529 total net yards of offense -- 112 yards rushing and 417 yards passing ...

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Saints turn back the clock with stunning defensive flop

NEW ORLEANS -- It wasn't supposed to look like this. Not again. Not with a young defense that had finally turned things around so impressively last season. But somehow the New Orleans Saints kicked off.

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Photos: Saints blitzed by unlikely Tampa Bay hero in shocking Week 1 loss

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Saints behind the 8-ball after another inexcusable season debut

Tampa Bay, 10-point underdogs (the largest spread in the NFL in Week 1), steamrolled the Saints, 48-40, and gutted the Who Dats – including the 73,038 in attendance -- en route to one of New Orleans' most puzzling defeats in the Sean Payton/Brees era.

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Saints Rally Falls Short, Lose to Buccaneers 48-40

In the second half, the Saints offense suddenly became sluggish, beset by penalties, drops and a costly fumble by Michael Thomas. The Bucs found the end zone once again in the third quarter, upping their lead to 17 points in the third quarter at 41-24.

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Saints defense blistered by Ryan Fitzpatrick in season-opening loss

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Saints face tough challenge in revamped Tampa Bay defensive line

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Canal Street Chronicles

New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Series history and prediction

The New Orleans Saints begin their 53rd NFL season this afternoon with a divisional meeting with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This will be the 53rd meeting between these two franchises, with the Saints holding a 32-20 series lead. That includes an 18-11 ...

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Saints offensive linemen not interested in accolades

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The Advocate

Saints vs. Bucs: Michael Thomas has over 100 yards, but Saints' defensive ...

... for the New Orleans Saints to follow up their breakout 2017 season with a sequel that is even better than the original. The New Orleans Saints will open the 2018 NFL season at home, hosting their NFC South rival Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday at noon.

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... Wilson and Bryce Hager. Kiser showed during four preseason games that he can be an active, reliable and play-making option. A week after knocking down a pass with an impressive open-field leap, he recorded a combined 12 tackles against the Saints.

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Canal Street Chronicles

Saints 53 man roster projection - Final Predictions

Following the shellacking of the Los Angeles Rams the Saints front office now has the difficult task (for the first time in a long time) of narrowing the 90 man roster down to 53 while hoping the ones they wish to stash away on the practice squad don't ...

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Teddy Bridgewater: 'I Don't Mind Waiting' Behind Drew Brees After Saints Trade

Teddy Bridgewater doesn't appear to have a problem sitting behind Drew Brees on the New Orleans Saints' quarterback depth chart. Per ESPN.com's Mike Triplett, Bridgewater explained why being the backup in New Orleans will be good for him. "I don't ...

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NFL.com

Bridgewater excited for 'unique opportunity' with Saints

The New Orleans Saints were apparently listening and watching before sending a 2019 third-round pick to the New York Jets in exchange for Bridgewater and a sixth-round pick. "He is an outstanding kid -- well, he is not a kid anymore -- but he has a ...

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NOLA.com

Preseason or not, Cam Meredith felt 'amazing' after snapping Saints catch drought

Want to see pent-up frustration all release at once? Watch the way Cameron Meredith pounded his hands together after making the first catch of his New Orleans Saints career. It does not matter that it happened in the last preseason game -- even better, ...

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Mason City Globe Gazette

High School football preview: Osage, Saint Ansgar clash in Week 2 matchup

“Saint Ansgar runs everything from a wishbone to a wing-t style spread attack, but they are a ground-and-pound team, like they have been for some time,” Finn said. “Kirchgatter, Blunt, Sievert, Kramer are all weapons in their backfield and will be a ...

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