Six weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints suffered their worst loss of the season in a game where they were absolutely demolished by the Seattle Seahawks. Immediately afterward, head coach Sean Payton told his players to put the game behind them because they would get another shot. Payton was right as the Saints are meeting the Seahawks again, and there are four big things they need to do, in order to win.
The first time the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints met in Week 13, it was for NFC Supremacy. Now in Week 19, the true force of the NFC will be revealed.
The New Orleans Saints had never won a road playoff game and were often marred by their road woes and the “cold curse.” Drew Brees was faltering but the Saints left it in the hands, or on the foot, of their newest player in Shayne Graham.
The New Orleans Saints are ready to head to Philadelphia, face the Eagles, battle the cold, and forget about their road woes. They are looking healthier than they have this entire season and have an injury list that is extremely short, but there is one big name that sits on it.
The New Orleans Saints have a revamped defense and an offense that appears to have even more weapons than that of their Super Bowl winning team. For some reason though, the Saints just can’t get things going on the road, but they will have to change that for a wild card visit to Philadelphia.
Chatty or not, it probably won’t be possible for T.J. Yeldon to maintain that low profile as he takes over the lead role in ‘Bama’s backfield after shining on national stages as a freshman.
The Saints’ four-headed rushing attack could cause problems for the Giants on Sunday.
The younger folks out there may not remember the name. But for those of us who hung out in the Giants’ locker room in the late 1980s and early ‘90s, Stacy Robinson was one of the bright lights.
When Bill in Ronkonkoma called in wanting to talk about yesterday’s Winter Classic, Boomer was all ears.
After a hot start, the Giants are going downhill fast. Haven’t we seen this before?
The New York Giants have selected Nebraska cornerback Prince Amukamara with the 19th pick of the NFL draft.
Possible Giants pick Mark Ingram enters the NFL draft armed with a Heisman Trophy, a national title and the cover of a popular video game. The former Alabama running back and 2009 Heisman winner told Boomer & Carton he’ll also bring two healthy knees.
The prevailing thought is Giants general manager Jerry Reese will pick an offensive lineman in the first round of Thursday’s NFL Draft. But with uncertainty in the backfield, will Big Blue try to snag a top running back?
We’ve been burning up the phone lines and email servers over the past 48 hours, trying to correctly predict the Giants’ top selection for the 10th time in the past 13 years.
Who will the Giants likely have on their radar if they stay at No. 19? Paul Dottino breaks down the Giants’ first-round options.