John DeShazier | Senior Writer - NewOrleansSaints.com
Officials will be uniformed and authorized to penalize, fans will be present and boisterous, the scoreboard fully will be operational, vendors will be working and providing food and drink.
An NFL regular-season game is scheduled to be played Sunday in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
The New Orleans Saints might as well do their best to win it.
They’ve done so 13 times in the first 15 games, often enough to lock up the No. 1 seed in the NFC for the playoffs. So, what remains is to add a 14th victory – which would be a franchise regular-season record – before enjoying a bye week and preparing for their divisional playoff opponent.
Here are a few items to keep an eye on during the regular-season finale.
Fans have been aching to see backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater’s skills on display. Sunday, Bridgewater finally will do more than throw one pass or kneel in victory formation (actually, the kneeling in victory will be something fans still will want to see). Coach Sean Payton has lauded Bridgewater’s intelligence and remarked on how he can make all the throws. ...
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