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  1. ktmoze

    Risky Behavior? Maskless Players, COVID-19, and Saints Playoffs

    At this point in the season, was it worth the risk? Kamara and Gardner-Johnson were maskless at events and could have caught the virus. Saints running back corps affected Playoff seeding still in play https://www.si.com/nfl/saints/gm-report/saints-players-risk-team-maskless
  2. ktmoze

    Saints First-Round Bye Scenarios in Week 15

    New Orleans took a minor hit on last night after the Carolina Panthers could not rally to knock-off the Green Bay Packers. Read how the Saints still can claim the NFC's top spot. https://www.si.com/nfl/saints/gameday/saints-first-round-bye-scenarios
  3. ktmoze

    Saints (8-2) lead the NFC Playoff Race

    The New Orleans Saints are in must-win games the next several weeks to keep pace in the NFC over the Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Seattle Seahawks. Currently, they stand at the top of the NFC. https://www.si.com/nfl/saints/news/saints-lead-nfc-playoff-race-week-12
  4. rebelsaint8

    NFC Strength - example from previous season and moving forward

    As a Saints fan for years, I can say this is the most exciting and excruciatingly long off-season I have been a part of. With that being said... the talent in the NFC is extremely scary at this point. I think the NFC is at its pinnacle of talent, and that the NFL is so much stronger on the NFC...
  5. TheLittleWhoDat

    Saints on the road.

    So last year the saints started off hot and then lost some momentum as we started losing on the road starting with seattle, then the rams and panthers. it cost us the division title. then i thought we got over that hurtle going into the eagles and even after throwing 2 picks we managed to run...
  6. *_deuce_*

    NFC South

 
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