Thursday Night Breakdown: Saints, Panthers Play For NFC South RelevanceThe Saints and Panthers can still contend for the playoffs in a diminished NFC South. But both teams need a win Thursday.
Giants Off To First 2-0 Start Since 2009 After Beating Saints 16-13 On Last-Second Field GoalEli Manning hit Victor Cruz on a third-down 34-yard pass to set up Josh Brown's winning 23-yard field goal as time expired and the New York Giants got off to their first 2-0 start since 2009 with a 16-13 win over New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
Silverman: Giants Defense Looks To Take Another Step Forward Vs. SaintsGiving up 19 points to the Cowboys in the season opener is seemingly a step in the right direction for the defense. But the Week 2 encounter with the Saints will provide a lot more information.
Giants' High-Priced Defense's Task: Slow Down High-Octane SaintsFacing the Saints on Sunday will show whether Giants spending more than $100 million to help Steve Spagnuolo's defense was cost effective.
Police: Former Saints Player Will Smith Had Loaded Pistol In Car When He Was KilledNew Orleans police said former Saints player Will Smith had a loaded pistol inside his car when he was fatally shot.
Saints Head Coach Sean Payton Wants To Live In A Country Without Guns Following Will Smith's DeathNew Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton wants to see more gun control following the death of former player Will Smith.
Former Saints Player Will Smith Fatally Shot During Road Rage IncidentFormer New Orleans Saints player Will Smith was shot and killed Saturday after a traffic accident.
Sean Payton Staying As Saints CoachOne widely speculated candidate for the Giants' head coaching vacancy is no longer available.
Eli Manning On WFAN: Disappointed In Loss, But Pleased With Giants' Offensive Explosion Vs. SaintsEli Manning became the first quarterback in NFL history Sunday to throw six touchdowns and no interceptions and lose a game. It's a distinction he'd rather not have on his resume.
PHOTOS: Giants Put On Offensive Display, But Fall To Saints In ShootoutThe Giants scored 49 points ... and lost. Here are the best photos from the shootout loss against the Saints in New Orleans.
Dottino: Game Balls And Gassers From Giants' Brutal Loss In NOLAThe Giants scored and scored in their 52-49 defeat to the Saints. This after twice fighting back from a 14-point deficit on the road and leading with nearly seven minutes to play.
Team Grades: Another Late Collapse Dooms Giants In 52-49 ShootoutThis game was a tale of two offenses, as the New Orleans Saints and New York Giants matched each other score for score. When the dust settled, New Orleans eked out a 52-49 victory on Kai Forbath's 50-yard field goal as time expired.