Sunday, 12 December 2010 01:19
New Orleans Saints Football Schedule Harder Than Atlanta’s
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Summary: The Atlanta Falcons football schedule is easier than the New Orleans Saints football schedule as both teams vie for the playoffs.

The New Orleans Saints play the St. Louis Rams on Sunday in the Louisiana Superdome and the real question is whether the world champions can catch their rivals, the dirty birds from Atlanta.  

The Ram game is being pitted as battle between two playoff contenders with St. Louis at 6-6 leading its division and with the Saints one game behind the Atlanta Falcons.     

The Saints’ schedule is much more difficult than that of the Falcons.  Also, the Saints have an uphill battle as the Falcons have beaten the Saints in the Superdome this year, their schedule is easier and they play New Orleans at home, in Atlanta.

All of the teams that the Saints play from Sunday to the 2nd of January 2011 are playoff contenders.  However, Atlanta plays two games against the Carolina Panthers (1-11), and play the Seattle Seahawks (6-6).   

Here is the Saints schedule and that of Atlanta:

New Orleans Saints Football Schedule

St. Louis Rams at New Orleans Saints Dec. 12

New Orleans Saints at Baltimore Ravens Dec. 19

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons Dec. 27

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints January 2

Atlanta Falcons Football Schedule

Atlanta Falcons at Carolina Panthers Dec. 12

Atlanta Falcons at Seattle Seahawks Dec. 19

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons Dec. 27

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons January 2

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