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Colts face playoff elimination against playoff-bound Saints Monday

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By Brett Martel - AP | NWI Times

NEW ORLEANS — Saints coach Sean Payton is trying not to let New Orleans' latest bout with key injuries undermine his club's Super Bowl aspirations.

A pair of starting defensive linemen who are both former first-round draft choices — end Marcus Davenport and tackle Sheldon Rankins — left last week's loss to San Francisco with what turned out to be season-ending injuries.

But as the Saints (10-3) prepare to meet Indianapolis (6-7) on Monday night, they do so having already demonstrated how resilient they can be without prominent players in the lineup.

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NFC Playoff Picture: How the Saints can win the first seed, homefield advantage

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

The San Francisco 49ers held the first seed for just a week before they choked, somehow losing to the Atlanta Falcons only a week after they beat the New Orleans Saints. That big mistake cost them in the NFC playoff seedings, dropping them from the first seed to the fifth.

It also opens the door a little wider for the Saints to march back to the top of the standings. Right now, the Saints are the third seed. They’re in a race for a top two seed with the 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, and Green Bay Packers, though the Saints are guaranteed to finish no worse than third.

So how can the Saints get that coveted first seed? Even if they win all three of their remaining games, they’ll need some help to get it.

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Colts vs. Saints odds, line: Monday Night Football picks, predictions from model on 95-64 roll

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By CBS Sports Staff

The Saints (10-3) will try to rebound from a tough loss and remain in contention for home-field advantage in the NFC playoff picture when New Orleans hosts the Indianapolis Colts (6-7) on Monday Night Football. New Orleans was edged by the 49ers last week to fall to 10-3, while the Colts are 6-7 after a loss to Tampa Bay and cling to faint hopes in the AFC playoff picture. The Saints had won three in a row before running into San Francisco, while the Colts have lost three of the last four since quarterback Jacoby Brissett returned from injury. Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. New Orleans is a nine-point favorite in the latest Colts vs. Saints odds, while the over-under is 46.5. Before making any Saints vs. Colts picks, be sure to check out the Monday Night Football predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

The model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000 times, is up over $7,000 for $100 players on its top-rated NFL picks since its inception four years ago. It has nailed its recent top-rated NFL picks, entering Week 15 of the 2019 NFL schedule on a strong 33-21 run that dates back to last season. It's also on an incredible 95-64 roll on top-rated NFL picks that dates back to the 2017 season. ...

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NFL picks: Predictions for Indianapolis Colts at New Orleans Saints | Monday Night Football

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By Joe Giglio | NJ Advance Media for

Week 15 of the 2019 NFL season will feature a marquee Monday Night Football game on Monday, December 16, 2019 when the Indianapolis Colts take on the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Kickoff is slated for 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN.

The Colts are led by head coach Frank Reich, quarterback Jacoby Brissett and linebacker Darius Leonard. Indianapolis comes in with a 6-7 record after a Week 13 loss to the Bucs.

The Saints are led by head coach Sean Payton, quarterback Drew Brees, and running back Alvin Kamara. New Orleans comes in with a 10-3 record after a Week 13 loss to the 49ers.

Here’s how our experts see the game playing out. ...

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Saints QB Brees chasing NFL history again in prime time

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Drew Brees has a knack for making history when the only NFL game to watch is being played inside the Superdome.

There was the Sunday night in 2012 when Brees' 40-yard pass to Devery Henderson gave him touchdown passes in 48 straight games, eclipsing a mark set by Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas half a century earlier. That streak finally ended at 54 games — a mark which still stands.

Six years later, on a Monday night in the dome, Brees broke Peyton Manning's previous career record of 71,940 yards passing in even more spectacular fashion: a 62-yard touchdown pass to then-rookie Tre'Quan Smith.

Brees entered this weekend three touchdowns shy of breaking Manning's career touchdowns passing record of 539 as the Saints prepared to host one of Manning's former teams, the Indianapolis Colts, on Monday night. ...

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Saints vs. Colts Matchups: New Orleans defense vs. Indianapolis offense

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The New Orleans Saints are back in action this Monday night when they host the Indianapolis Colts in the Mercedes Benz Superdome. The 10-3 Saints are currently in possession of the third seed in the NFC standings, chasing one of the top two spots and a first round playoff bye. New Orleans is coming off their worst defensive performance of the 2019 season in a 48-46 loss to the San Francisco 49ers last Sunday. Worse yet, the team placed defensive linemen Sheldon...
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In Drew Brees' pursuit for Peyton Manning's record, these 69 players caught TDs from him

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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has thrown 537 touchdown passes to 69 different receivers during his 19-year career in regular season games.

Brees is on the cusp of breaking the NFL record for career passing touchdowns, set by former Indianapolis Colt and Denver Bronco — and New Orleans native — Peyton Manning. Manning finished his career with 539 touchdown passes.

Brees has a chance to break Manning's record on Monday night against Manning's first...
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The Falcons beat the 49ers? Here's where the Saints stand in the NFC playoff race

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The New Orleans Saints remain the No. 3 seed after Sunday's NFC games wrapped up, but there was some definite moving and shaking in the rest of the playoff picture.

Before Sunday's slate, the San Francisco 49ers had the No. 1 seed, but a wild touchdown play by the Atlanta Falcons and wide receiver Julio Jones gave the Falcons the win, giving the 49ers their third loss of the year.

The full seeding as of 9 p.m. Sunday:

That makes for a tricky tiebreaker if the...
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Colts vs. Saints: TV channel, radio, streaming info; plus see expert picks and more

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Drew Brees has a knack for making history when the only NFL game to watch is being played inside Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

There was the Sunday night in 2012 when Brees' 40-yard pass to Devery Henderson gave him touchdown passes in 48 straight games, eclipsing a mark set by Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas half a century earlier. That streak finally ended at 54 games — a mark which still stands.

Six years later, on a Monday night in the dome, Brees broke...
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Falcons do Saints a solid by beating 49ers, Bears come up just short against Packers

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The New Orleans Saints entered Week 15 with the their playoff-seeding fate outside of their control. Even if the Saints won their remaining three games, that would not, by itself, determine which seed the Saints would end up in the NFC.

While the Saints have yet to play this week and instead play tomorrow night against the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football, there was still intriguing football on Sunday.

In the noon slate of games, the Green Bay Packers...
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Bills vs. Steelers: Sunday Night Football Open Thread

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The Pittsburgh Steelers host the Buffalo Bills tonight in the City of Steel. Both teams are in the drivers seat in the Wild Card race, but a loss here could hurt one of their chances. Can the Steelers pull out the home win? Will Buffalo’s defense outshine the Steelers on the road? Let’s tune in and find out!

Enjoy the game with the CSC family and join the thread below!
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Remembering Vaughan Johnson, great player and class act

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I turned on my computer Friday night, purely out of boredom. That usually means seeing what’s going on in New Orleans via posts on Facebook. I saw a post of an news article from longtime friend Ken Trahan of Crescent City Sports.

Former Saints linebacker Vaughan Johnson had died. I was stunned, shocked and sad. I know Ken is the ultimate professional and one of the most respected sports writers in the region, but I had to look everywhere to quell my disbelief.

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Funeral services for Vaughan Johnson set for Saturday in North Carolina

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Funeral services are set for former New Orleans Saints great Vaughan Johnson.

The member of the vaunted Dome Patrol linebacker corps, voted best in NFL history by NFL Network, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 12 at Duke Medical Center in Durham, NC after battling kidney and lung issues for many months.

Visitation is set for Friday, Dec. 20 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at Glad Tidings Church in Morehead City, NC.

A funeral service will take place at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 21...
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Saints QB Drew Brees approaching 'special' record: Peyton Manning's career passing touchdowns mark

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Drew Brees deflects any talk of potential record setting. But he knows one more is on the horizon.

The New Orleans Saints' signal-caller has broken countless NFL records in his 19-year career, but if all goes as planned come Monday night against the Indianapolis Colts, he'll have one more in his pocket: all-time passing touchdowns leader.

Brees needs two more to tie the record currently held by former Colts legend Peyton Manning, who threw 539 total touchdowns —...
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Walker: Saints' Super Bowl team that will "walk together forever" to reunite at Monday's game vs. Colts

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For Drew Brees and Thomas Morstead, that Sunday in February of 2010 is a moment they'll remember for the rest of their lives.

"Walking together forever" is how the Saints describe the fraternity of players who delivered the city its only Lombardi Trophy, 10 seasons ago.

But for current Saints players like 22-year old Deonte Harris, that day is something they don't have any recollection of at all.

Harris responded this way when asked what he remembers about the...
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Saints fans 'Ask Amie:' Answers about Vonn Bell, injuries

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Welcome back to The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Advocate's Saints mailbag.

Every week I hand pick a few questions for my Twitter mentions and emails to attempt to satisfy y'alls Saints curiosities.

Additionally, I'll answer one off-the-beat question each week.

If you want your weekly question included in my weekly mailbag, send them to me on Twitter at @Amie_Just or email them my way at

Here are some questions you asked about the Saints...
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Week 15 NFL Late Games Thread

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There are five late games. Of special interest to us for playoff seeding, will been our favorite NFC South foe the Atlanta Falcons. The rest of the games don’t particularly affect our playoff standings but if ever there was a time you could pull for the Falcons, this is the week. Falcons win and the 49ers drop. Also the Falcons potentially lower their order in the draft. A win-win in my opinion.

The late games are:

Falcons at 49ers

Browns at Cardinals

Jaguars at...
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