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Payton, Saints proud of their toughness, resolve

Thursday, 30 October 2014 11:38
METAIRIE, La. (AP) -- Even as the New Orleans Saints enjoy their return to the top of the NFC South, coach Sean Payton wants his team to remember what it felt like to be 2-4. ''Having been where we've been and knowing how difficult that is, you refuse to go back,'' Payton said Friday while discussing how he hoped the first half of the season had shaped his team.
New Orleans Saints' defense looking to build off newfound momentum
Thursday, 30 October 2014 07:17
New Orleans Saints defensive end Akiem Hicks was happy with the team's defensive performance against Carolina, but he still feels the team can get better. The Saints held the Panthers to a season-low 231 yards in Thursday night's 28-10 victory that vaulted New Orleans into first place in the NFC South. But Carolina quarterback Cam Newton rushed for 43 yards and a touchdown.
New Orleans Saints' passing game vs. the Carolina Panthers: Graphic
Thursday, 30 October 2014 07:17
A look at Drew Brees' passing accuracy during the New Orleans Saints' thrilling 28-10 win over the Panthers Thursday night in Carolina. The Saints are now 4-4. Their next game will be in the Superdome vs. the San Francisco 49ers on Nov. 9. This weekly illustration breaks the field into six zones, depicting the Saints' hotspots and rough patches.
New Orleans Saints Not All About Offense, Winning Games with Defense
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 20:44
The New Orleans Saints received a fair amount of criticism early in the 2014 season for fielding a defense that hasn't quite lived up to expectations. Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan's unit ranked fourth in the NFL a season ago in total defense (305.7 yards per game allowed) and added free-agent safety Jairus Byrd and second-round cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste during the offseason.
New Orleans Saints leave footprints all over Carolina Panthers’ backs
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 17:29
Those tread marks all over the back of the Carolina jerseys today are courtesy of the New Orleans Saints, who ran over the Panthers on Thursday night 28-10 and permanently changed the balance of power in the NFC South in 2014. The Panthers had held at least a share of first place all season, but they now are in second place in a division that will send only one team to the playoffs.
Saints top reeling Panthers in dominant road victory
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 17:14
The New Orleans Saints' seven-game road losing streak is over. They look like the team to beat once again in the NFC South after their 28-10 victory in Carolina on Thursday. Here were our takeaways: 1. It's amazing how quickly a season can turn around. Five days ago, the Saints were 2-4 and gearing up to face Green Bay, the hottest team in the NFL.
Saints beat Panthers to take divisional lead
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 17:07
(Reuters) - The New Orleans Saints cracked open a scrappy game late in the first half to forge to a 28-10 win over the Carolina Panthers on Thursday, wrestling top spot in the NFC South from their opponents in the process. Saints running back Mark Ingram claimed two touchdowns and 100 yards in the win while quarterback Drew Brees added 297 yards passing and a touchdown.
NFC South isn't pretty, but the New Orleans Saints are in control of it
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 16:29
Someone has to win the NFC South. It's in the rules. One big road win from the New Orleans Saints, who were on a seven-game road regular season losing streak, might be enough to bend the balance of power in the NFC South their way. New Orleans had a methodical 28-10 win over the Carolina Panthers.
Saints take 14-0 lead on Panthers at halftime
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 15:27
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Mark Ingram and Jimmy Graham each scored late in the second quarter to give the New Orleans Saints a 14-0 lead over the Carolina Panthers at halftime of Thursday night's game. Ingram's short run gave the Saints an immediate score after a fumble by Cam Newton deep in Carolina's end that got New Orleans on the board.
New Orleans Saints' Jonathan Goodwin, Khiry Robinson inactive vs. Panthers
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 12:52
Charlotte, N.C. -- New Orleans Saints center Jonathan Goodwin (knee/ankle) and running back Khiry Robinson (forearm) are inactive for Thursday night's game against the Carolina Panthers. They'll join linebacker David Hawthorne (hand), running back Pierre Thomas (ribs/shoulder) and fullback Austin Johnson (knee), who were declared out on Wednesday. Cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste and wide receiver Nick Toon are healthy scratches. For the Panthers, tackle Byron Bell, cornerback Bene Benwikere, wide receiver Philly Brown, guard Amini Silatolu,…
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