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Marcus Williams scores on an interception return, Saints win 34-17

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

It was a bad day in the office for Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston, who hurled four interceptions into the hands of the New Orleans Saints defense. His third turnover ended up getting returned from midfield for a Saints touchdown by free safety Marcus Williams, who correctly read the play design and took advantage of a badly-placed ball from Winston. With the ball in his hands, Williams turned on the jets to streak across the field and into the Tampa Bay end zone.

This was Williams’ fourth interception on the year, which leads the Saints defense and ties the 16-game total he collected as a rookie back in 2017. That year, Williams intercepted four passes and was credited with seven other pass breakups. In 2019, he’s already bagged four interceptions while deflecting a dozen passes — through just 10 games. ...

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Game recap: New Orleans Saints cruise past Tampa Bay Buccaneers 34-17

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Tampa, Fla. - The New Orleans Saints resumed their winning ways Sunday, Nov. 17 at Raymond James Stadium and strengthened their control of the NFC South with a 34-17 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The offense was at its methodical best carving up the Bucs defense as quarterback Drew Brees threw for 228 yards and three touchdowns while Alvin Kamara led a rushing attack that gashed the league's top-ranked run defense for more than 100 yards. The Saints dominated time of possession in the opening half (21 minutes, five seconds) and for the game (37 minutes). Kamara finished with 13 carries for 75 yards, caught 10 passes for 47 yards and had a career-best 27-yard punt return.

Linebacker Demario Davis and safety Vonn Bell came up with timely interceptions for the Saints in the first half, safety Marcus Williams put the game out of reach with a 55-yard pick-six with a little more than five minutes left and P.J. Williams sealed it with an end zone interception with 2:45 to play. ...

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NFC playoff picture: Saints, 49ers bounce back in Week 11, NFC South gap widens on Panthers

  • News source: BY JEFF NOWAK | Staff writer
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The playoff picture for the NFC was easy to track after Week 11 for one obvious reason: None of the top six teams lost.

In accounting for the top four records, The San Francisco 49ers and New Orleans Saints bounced back from uncharacteristic losses a week earlier, and the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks were on bye.

The Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings also won to solidify their spots in the standings as two contenders -- the Carolina Panthers and...
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Week 11 NFL playoff picture: Patriots, Ravens running away with AFC

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With six weeks remaining in the regular season, the AFC might already be coming down to a two-team race. The Patriots and Ravens stand well atop the conference after wins Sunday afternoon.

As we get closer to clinching season here at Playoff Picture headquarters, we'll start to sprinkle in projections from ESPN's Football Power Index (FPI), a metric that uses remaining strength of schedule and matchup analysis, among other data points, to derive playoff...
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Bears vs. Rams: Sunday Night Football open thread

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The Los Angeles Rams host the Chicago Bears tonight in the City of Angels. Last season these were two of the best teams in the NFC but fortunes have changed for these franchises this season. Can Jared Goff survive against Khalil Mack? Will Mitchell Trubisky survive against Aaron Donald? Let’s tune in and find out!

Enjoy the game with the CSC family and join the thread below!
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Saints WR Ted Ginn joins 400 - receptions club

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Staff writer
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Ted Ginn didn't get there nearly as fast as teammate Michael Thomas, but he got there.

Ginn recorded his 400th career reception on Sunday when he hauled in an 8-yard pass from Drew Brees in the first quarter of the Saints' 34-17 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The catch came in Ginn's 13th season in the league and one week after Thomas caught his 400th career reception.

Ginn finished the game with two receptions for 14 yards. His other catch was a 6-yard...
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Saints' Jared Cook did plenty of damage with his 2 opportunities against Tampa Bay

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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TAMPA, Fla. — It was not a huge statistical day for New Orleans Saints tight end Jared Cook, who caught the only two passes sent his way for 33 yards, but he made those catches count.

They were testaments to what he could add to the offense, one in which he streaked through the heart of the Buccaneers defense with big, long strides for an explosive play, another when he bullied a Tampa Bay defender for a jump-ball touchdown.

That was the player the Saints...
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Saints quarterback Drew Brees shows he still has those 4th and 1 hops

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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TAMPA, Fla. — Protecting a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter and facing a fourth and 1 near midfield, the New Orleans Saints turned to one of the all-time greats in converting short-yardage runs to keep the drive alive.

Quarterback Drew Brees took the snap, and kept it himself, leaping over the top of the line as he has done so many times over the years and extending the ball forward to pick up a first down.

“That is something he has done over his career,” said...
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Walker: Saints beat Bucs to remove bad taste from last week's loss, but still hungry for more

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Staff writer
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TAMPA, Fla. — Put those panic buttons away, Saints fans.

It looks like you won't be needing them after all.

One week after the Saints laid an egg against the Atlanta Falcons that left the fanbase a little concerned, Sean Payton and his crew put together a much needed bounce-back performance against the Buccaneers.

"Anytime you lose, it stings and it sucks, but you have to just focus and lock in," said Alvin Kamara after this 34-17 victory that came on a Sunday...
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Just another 'ho-hum' day in this record-pace year Saints' Michael Thomas is assembling

  • News source: BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
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After the latest monster day by New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas, a reporter asked his quarterback for a new way to describe the machine-like efficiency. What are the right words to capture Thomas’ consistently repeatable excellence?

Drew Brees smiled and asked for Thomas’ official numbers. The tally: eight catches on 11 targets, 114 receiving yards and a touchdown.

“Ho-hum,” Brees said.

Brees said that with his tongue firmly planted in his cheek...
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Picked apart: Saints reel in 4 interceptions for 1st time since 2012

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TAMPA, Fla. — Vonn Bell heard the message loud and clear.

The New Orleans Saints safety had been introduced at the team's banquet in August by his former teammate in Zach Strief, now the Voice of the Saints.

Strief rattled off how Bell had nine interceptions in college, but hadn't had one yet in the NFL.

"Vonn, I'm waiting," Strief said, resulting in chuckles from the audience.

But Bell wasn't laughing.

"It had me hot for a minute," Bell said Sunday. "But it...
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Saints bounce back with commanding win over Bucs

  • News source: Ken Trahan
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Coming off of a dreadfully bad performance against a bad football team, one wondered whether that was a turning point, the shape of ominous things to come or simply an aberration for the New Orleans Saints going into their game at Tampa Bay, always a tough place to play and tough game for New Orleans.

The Saints provided a resounding answer. It was an exception to the rule as New Orleans ruled at Raymond James Stadium Sunday.

It was an excellent team win. Wil Lutz...
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Jameis Winston says ankle will be fine for next week

  • News source: Josh Alper
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Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston took 12 hits from Saints pass rushers over the course of Sunday’s 34-17 loss and he was limping after one of them in the fourth quarter.

Winston rolled his ankle on the play and head coach Bruce Arians called the injury a sprain after the game. Arians said that backup Ryan Griffin was warming up on the sideline, but didn’t go in because Winston said he was able to protect himself on the field. In hindsight, Arians said Winston...
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Saints Bounce Back, Defeat Bucs 34-17 On the Road

  • News source: JR Ella
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After an incredibly disappointing 26-9 loss to the Atlanta Falcons in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome last Sunday, the New Orleans Saints (8-2) were looking to bounce back as they took on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-7) in Tampa in their second consecutive division game. In order to keep pace with the Green Bay Packers (8-2) and the San Francisco 49ers (8-1) atop the NFC, the Saints had no choice but to bow their neck and try to grab a suddenly much-needed victory in...
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