With the byes in the rear-view mirrors, and through the front windshield is a six-game season that will separate the contenders from the pretenders, and who is going to step forward and what teams will begin to fold. The Saints remaining opponents: vs. Giants (6-4), vs. Lions (7-3), at Titans (5-5), at Vikings (2-8); vs. Falcons (6-4), vs. Panthers (2-8). The Saints came out of their bye week with three pretty tough games. But with a 3-1 division mark and a game ahead of the Falcons, their prospects for another NFC South title are looking strong....
Didyaknow? New Orleans leads the NFL in offense with an average of 436.9 yards, which has them on pace for 6,990 yards. That would not only eclipse the previous franchise high of 6,571 in 2008, but also would be second in NFL history, behind only the 2000 St. Louis Rams (7,075).
Saints vs. Giants Facts:
Monday, 8:30 p.m., ESPN
OPENING LINE—Saints by 6 1/2
RECORD VS. SPREAD—New York 4-6; New Orleans 6-4
SERIES RECORD—Giants lead 14-11
LAST MEETING—Saints beat Giants, 48-27, Oct. 18, 2009
LAST WEEK—Saints had bye; Giants lost to Eagles 17-10
What they are saying today?
JonVilma51 Jonathan Vilma
They could've had better outfits for the dancers in this half-time show...cmon man!!
iWillSmith Will Smith
Happy Thanksgiving.Today is about friends,family,& reflecting on what we're fortunate to have.Even if we don't realize it.
TheJimmyGraham Jimmy Graham
I would have told my boy @mark_ingram28about the turkey prank but we had off can't wait to see the video.
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by Ed Staton and Bayoubuzz Staff