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Report: Saints rookie WR Marquez Callaway diagnosed with minor knee sprain

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By John Sigler | Saintswire

It seemed like the New Orleans Saints were in the middle of a scary situation when rookie standout Marquez Callaway was immediately ruled out of their recent game with the Denver Broncos after suffering a knee injury, but NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Tuesday that the first-year wideout received some good news.

Pelissero reports that Callaway was diagnosed with a “minor knee sprain” which could sideline him, though it’s a far cry from a feared season-ending injury. Depending on the exact issue and damage, he could miss New Orleans’ next game or several contests remaining on their schedule. At this early stage, we just don’t know. So keep an eye out for updates on the Saints injury report, which will be released on Wednesday and updated throughout the week before their Sunday rematch with the Atlanta Falcons. ...

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Saints can clinch playoff spot by beating Falcons

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By Mark Menard | WWL

The Saints can earn a fourth straight trip to the playoffs with a win this Sunday in Atlanta.

With a record of 9-2, New Orleans currently sits at the top of the NFC, and when it comes to clinching those all-important playoff berths, the important thing is outpacing those who might steal your spot.

And while the Black and Gold might still be two weeks away from winning their fourth straight NFC South crown – the Saints win the division with either two more wins, two more Tampa Bay losses, or a combination of one of each, and they can’t get there this week with the Buccaneers enjoying their bye week – they can at least lock down a wild-card berth by beating the Falcons this weekend. Here’s why…

At 9-2, the Saints can earn their 10th win of the season by beating the Falcons. At that point, the absolute worst the Saints could finish would be 10-6. ...

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Opponents view: Can Falcons rebound vs. Saints? Slow starts, Sam Darnold, John Cominsky, GM search, playoffs

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By Matthew Tabeek |

Falcons fans (most of them, anyway) are feeling good following Atlanta's dominant win over the Raiders. The team is 4-2 since Raheem Morris took over on Oct. 12, but a huge test against the Saints is looming. Only nine days ago, New Orleans thumped the Falcons 24-9. It's a critical test not only for the Falcons players, but for Morris and this coaching staff, too. In the meantime, fans have plenty of questions and comments about where the team is at and what the future may hold, so let's get to some of those now. Just remember that all opinions here are mine unless noted otherwise.

And we're off.

Steven from Nampa, ID

Do the Falcons have the staff, or could they hire a staff to groom a QB such as Sam Darnold if the Falcons made a trade for the QB?

Matt: Sam Darnold? Well, the Falcons certainly have a staff that's capable of working with a quarterback like Darnold, but the Jets quarterback is in the third year of his fully guaranteed four-year contract (with a fifth-year option available). Let's forget Darnold and the Jets situation here for a minute. The Falcons have a quarterback in Matt Ryan, and it's not a position of weakness or need right now. This team has greater needs and bigger issues at other positions. The Falcons are also in the midst of searching for a new general manager, a person who will come in with a fresh vision and build this team – specifically, its roster – accordingly. ...

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New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons picks, predictions: Who wins Week 13 NFL game?

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By Jeremy Cluff | Arizona Republic

The New Orleans Saints (9-2) and Atlanta Falcons (4-7) face off on Sunday in a Week 13 NFL game.

Which team will get the victory?

Check out these Week 13 NFL picks and predictions for the game, which can be seen at 11 a.m. Arizona time on Fox.

CBS Sports: Saints a 3-point favorite in the game

John Breech writes: "The Saints have dominated this rivalry over the past two years going 5-1 both straight-up and ATS in their past six games against the Falcons. The Saints have also covered in four straight games this season, including the past two without Drew Brees. Speaking of Brees, the Saints are 7-0 both straight-up and ATS without him since the start of last season. As for the Falcons, they're 11-3 ATS In their past 14 games as a home underdog, which includes their Week 12 game where they covered in a win over a Raiders team that was favored by three." ...

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Saints re-watch: How New Orleans dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides vs Denver

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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Being completely honest, I was not looking forward to watching this game a second time.

When watching it in person, there was not a ton of usable material from the New Orleans Saints’ 31-3 win against the Denver Broncos. You might have heard, but the Broncos were playing someone who should have never had to play a game as an NFL quarterback, and that impacted the way the entire game was played.

But, friends and readers, diamonds are sometimes in the rough. Or, put another way, this game was not a complete waste of time.

We’re going to mostly ignore the play of the quarterbacks and the...
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Broncos activate Drew Lock, Brett Rypien, Blake Bortles from COVID list

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Denver should have at least one quarterback on the field this week.

The Broncos announced Tuesday afternoon they’ve activated Drew Lock, Brett Rypien, and Blake Bortles from the reserve/COVID-19 list. All three will be eligible to practice tomorrow as Denver begins on-field preparations to face Kansas City on Sunday Night Football in Week 13.

Their activation ostensibly brings this chapter of Denver’s COVID saga to a close after all three were deemed high-risk, close contacts and were unable to play in Sunday’s game against the Saints.

Broncos CEO Joe Ellis released a statement earlier...
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Drew Brees watched Saints-Broncos game at home due to collapsed lung, new COVID-19 protocols

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees wanted to be in Denver with his team for Sunday's win over the Broncos, but he instead he watched the unorthodox game on TV.

Brees told Cox Sports TV's Mike Nabors on Sunday that doctors ruled out any potential travel to Denver, especially with his collapsed lung and the elevation change. And that was before the NFL updated its coronavirus guidelines as they pertained to travel parties.

"It was kind of determined even two weeks ago that this would not be a trip I would make, just with the lung and everything," Brees said. "There's risks with the...
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Broncos CEO Joe Ellis on QB COVID debacle: We must prevent this from happening again

  • News source: Mike Florio
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The Broncos found themselves, as of Saturday afternoon, without a quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Saints. Privately, the Broncos aren’t happy with various aspects of the way the situation was handled. Publicly, the Broncos are saying all the right things.

“We share the disappoint of our fans for the challenging and unique situation our team faced at the last minute this weekend,” team president and CEO Joe Ellis said. “While it’s easy to point fingers, all of us must take responsibility and work together to prevent it from happening again.

“Throughout this season, I’m proud of...
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Sean Payton should win Coach of The Year

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The word “great” gets thrown around a lot today, especially in the media. In a world dominated by ‘clicks’, superlatives are used more for their impact than their accuracy. We see it all over the place, not just in sports, but in sports in particular the word ‘great’ gets thrown around a lot. New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton is known for loving the quote “confidence comes from demonstrated ability”, and Sean’s demonstrated ability has put him in a very small group.

There are five coaches in the NFL today who deserve the word “great” put in front of their name, and Sean Payton is...
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CSC’s Week 13 fantasy football waiver wire

  • News source: Hayden Reel
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Murray has actually received a higher share of touches than Alvin Kamara in the two games in which Taysom Hill has started. His role has increased in the last two games with the Saints going more run heavy and utilizing a true committee backfield with Brees out of the lineup. Murray should continue to see an increased role in the offense and has a chance to turn it into a high scoring output over the next two weeks against two favorable matchups.

Will Fuller V has been suspended for six games for PED usage. This now creates an opportunity for Coutee to be the Texans #2 receiver for the...
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The anger of some Broncos fans is misplaced

  • News source: JR Ella
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As we all know, fan is short for fanatic, so irrational reactions are what characterizes sports aficionados across the globe. It is what makes fans awesome sometimes, and other times, not-so-much. Anger, ridiculous displays of elation, booing Santa, filing lawsuits because of a no call. The list of head-scratching behaviors, all linked to their team’s (mis)fortunes is long.

In the case of the 2020 Denver Broncos, it was a whole lot of anger and indignation after their team had to play the New Orleans Saints on Sunday afternoon without any of its four quarterback options, due to COVID-19...
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“Kwontifying” Alexander’s immediate impact with the New Orleans Saints

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10 combined tackles, one pass defended, and one fumble recovery.

That’s what you would see if you were to “box score scout” your way through linebacker Kwon Alexander’s immediate impact over his first three games with the New Orleans Saints. It doesn’t tell the whole story by any means.

Even the advanced statistics undersell exactly how great the former San Francisco 49er has been with the Saints’ defense.

Per Pro Football Focus, Alexander had one hurry as a pass rusher, four missed tackles and five defensive stops. In coverage, He also allowed 5/7 receiving for 36 yards and an 83.0...
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Overreactions from the Saints ugly win over the Broncos

  • News source: Kade Kistner
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The New Orleans Saints won a clunker of a game on Sunday afternoon when the team defeated a quarterback-less Denver Broncos. Some will say “a win is a win” but if you watched the same game we did, you know that’s not the truth. Despite an 8-2 record after a 31-3 victory, we still have fans overreacting on every platform of social media. It’s understandable based on the offense’s performance, but at the end of the day, there is not a ton we can take away from the game.

However, that didn’t stop the entirety of Who Dat Nation from making their thoughts and feelings known. Here are some of...
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CSC Podcast: Saints Dominate in Denver 31-3

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New Orleans Saints analysts for Canal St Chronicles Brenden Ertle and Nate Williamson breakdown the Saints beating the QB-less Broncos 31-3. We discuss, not to overreact about Taysom Hill, break out game for Latavius Murray and the Saints defense has become one of the leagues best.

If you’re enjoying the Canal Street Chronicles Podcast, please remember to subscribe and leave a 5-star review on iTunes, Spotify, or where ever you find your podcasts! The voices behind the microphones are Brenden and Nate, you can find them on Twitter, @Brendenertle and @NateJWSports.

Thanks for listening...
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Fleur-de-Links, December 1: Saints are still poised to win the NFC South

  • News source: Adam Dunnells
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A new t-shirt from BreakingT is now available, commemorating Taysom Hill’s debut game, a victory of rival Atlanta Falcons.

Sean Payton has excused Taysom Hill’s performance against the Denver Broncos, saying, “Taysom played this thing just how I wanted him to play it.”

In Kevin Hart’s recent interview with Reggie Bush, Bush revealed that he was excited to be drafted by the Houston Texans, and when that fell through, his agents were excited for him to go to the New York Jets, but Sean Payton picked up Reggie Bush instead.

According to Westgate SuperBook, the New Orleans Saints are the...
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Walker: Saints DL Ryan Glasgow earns bragging rights over big brother, Broncos OL Graham Glasgow

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Sports columnist
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When Ryan Glasgow returns home to DeKalb, Illinois, he'll still have the household bragging rights.

Glasgow plays defensive tackle for the New Orleans Saints.

Big brother Graham plays guard for the Denver Broncos.

On Sunday, the two went head-to-head on several plays in the Saints' 31-3 victory.

It's the second time the two have played each other in an NFL game. The first time was three seasons ago during Ryan's rookie season with the Cincinnati Bengals when Graham was with the Detroit Lions.

Ryan and the Bengals won that one too, giving him a 2-0 edge in the Glasgow series.

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Seahawks vs. Eagles: Monday Night Football open thread

  • News source: Wallace Delery
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The Philadelphia Eagles host the Seattle Seahawks tonight in the City of Brotherly Love. This is a rematch of their Wild Card matchup this past January. Will Russell Wilson dominate the Philly defense? Can Philly find a way to exploit the Seattle defense? Let’s tune in to find out!

Follow the game with the CSC family and join the thread below!

The easiest way to watch NFL action on your TV, smartphone, or streaming device is through fuboTV. fuboTV provides you access to live sports and TV without cable. You get access to all of the major networks including CBS, NBC, FOX, and now ESPN...
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Payton not about winning seasons, downplays Saints top-rated defense ranking

  • News source: Ken Trahan
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The Saints clinched a fourth straight winning season with the 31-3 win Sunday at Denver, but head coach Sean Payton appreciates it but downplayed its significance.

“There’s a lot of things that you look back on and get excited about,” Payton said. “Four straight winning seasons, that probably tells me that coming from a program that hasn’t had much success or history of success. I’m being just honest. I’m glad that four in a row. Our aspirations are much higher than that, than having a winning season. That’s all. I don’t really look at that and footnote it.”

In the aftermath of a...
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