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Will the Saints and Rams get into another shootout? Dat Chat Predictions Show

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By NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

In Week 9, the New Orleans Saints handed the Los Angeles Rams their first loss of the season with a 45-35 victory at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. On Sunday (Jan. 20), the stakes are much greater as the winner of the rematch advances to Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta.

Will the NFC Championship Game be another shootout between the two offensive juggernauts? Can the Saints stop running back Todd Gurley and the Rams' offense? Does New Orleans' ailing offensive line have an answer for slowing defensive tackle Aaron Donald? And who will win the AFC championship? ...

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Saints will rout the Rams and reach the Super Bowl. Here are 5 reasons why.

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Photo by Michael DeMocker, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

By Jeff Duncan | NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune

The Los Angeles Rams say they are ready for the New Orleans Saints.

They insist the Mercedes-Benz Superdome crowd noise will be a nonfactor in their rematch with the Saints in the NFC Championship Game.

But I think otherwise. They sound like they are trying to convince themselves that everything’s going to be OK. They sound to me like a team in denial.

The Saints are in their heads. And trust me, the sellout crowd of 73,000 will be in their ears on Sunday.

Five reasons why the Saints will win:

1. The Dome-field advantage is not a myth

The Superdome atmosphere is guaranteed to be electric. With Drew Brees and Sean Payton begging Saints fans to bring the noise all week, I expect four quarters of unrelenting sound and fury. ...

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Ageless Brees leads Saints into NFC title game

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By Brett Martel - AP | Daily Journal

METAIRIE, La. • Drew Brees is about to play his first game as a 40-year-old – and his biggest game in nine years.

When the Saints host the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC championship game in New Orleans on Sunday, it’ll be the first time Brees, who turned 40 on Tuesday, has played for the conference title since the 2009 season. Brees turned 31 shortly before the Saints defeated Minnesota en route to the franchise’s lone Super Bowl.

One of the enduring images from that championship season was Brees standing next to his wife, Brittany, holding aloft their son, Baylen, who grasped at confetti floating around them.

Baylen was Brees’ first child, born on his father’s 30th birthday, and had recently turned 1 when the Saints beat the Colts in Miami in February 2010.

Now Brees is a father of four – three boys and one girl, ages 4-10. They were all present on the sideline when Brees set the NFL career record for yards passing in Week 5 of this season, and Brees said after practice Wednesday that he has cherished the opportunity to share one of his best seasons with them. ...

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Ted Ginn Jr. eyeing third Super Bowl trip in seven seasons

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By Rod Walker | The Advocate

Ted Ginn Jr. has already played in two Super Bowls.

Once with the San Francisco 49ers. Another with the Carolina Panthers.

So getting a chance to make his third trip to the Super Bowl in seven seasons means the world to the 12-year veteran in his second season with the Saints.

"It's very special," Ginn said. "I'm blessed. It's a great opportunity to be in a game like this. You have a lot of guys out here who don't make the playoffs, who don't make the NFC Championship."

Ginn draws some comparisons to this year's Saints and the two previous Super Bowl teams he's been on.

"Brotherhood," Ginn said. "All of them. Carolina, San Francisco and here. " ...

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