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Saints End Regular Season With A 45-17 Victory Over Panthers-Game Recap

The New Orleans Saints wrapped-up their 2011 regular season schedule by downing the Carolina Panthers, 45-17, on Sunday, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, in New Orleans.

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Saints Close Regular Season Today By Hosting Panthers-Game Preview

The New Orleans Saints put their seven-game win steak on the line on Sunday, when they host the Carolina Panthers, in the 2011 regular season finale for both teams.

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Did the Carolina Panthers Steal a Trick Play from the Movie ‘Little Giants’? [VIDEO]

Shortly before halftime of the Carolina Panthers victory over the Houston Texans, the Panthers made the Texans look like a bunch of sandlot players by scoring a touchdown off of a trick play involving a funky formation and a hidden ball -style handoff.

After the game, Panthers’ offense coordinator Rob Chudzinski admitted he got the inspiration for the tomfoolery from an unlikely source — the 1994 Rick Moranis/Ed O’Neill pee wee football classic ‘Little Giants.’

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Top NFL Rookies Of 2012

The best rookie in the NFL season this season has probably been Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller.

Miller has been a big reason why the Broncos are now a contender for the division title in the AFC West, with his 9.5 sacks, in ten games.

I'd put Cam Newton as the second-best rookie, so far. Newton has thrown for over 2,600 yards, and 11 touchdowns, while running for another 374 yards and seven touchdowns.

How about former LSU cornerback Patrick Peterson, now with the Arizona Cardinals? Peterson has been not only a solid corner, but has also been outstanding in the return game.

How would you rank this year's NFL rookie class?

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Saints Hold On To Defeat Panthers, 30-27

The New Orleans Saints ran their win streak to four games on Sunday, defeating the Carolina Panthers, 30-27.

Drew Brees hit Pierre Thomas with a six-yard touchdown pass with :50 remaining, to lift the Saints to the win.

Brees led the Saints, completing 32 of 45 passes, for 359 yards, and two touchdowns.

With the win, the Saints improved to 4-1, while the Panthers dropped to 1-4.

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Saints Take On Panthers

The New Orleans Saints will put their current three-game win streak on the line, on Sunday, when they travel to Charlotte, North Carolina, to take on the Carolin Panthers, in an NFC Southern Division match-up.

The Saints are 3-1 on the year, while the Panthers stand at 1-3.

Kick-off time is scheduled for noon.

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Week 3 NFL Awards

Who was the Most Valuable Player in week three of the NFL season? Who about the least valuable?

If you had a vote, who would you cast it for in the following categories: Surprise of the week, Disappointment of the Week, and Rookie of the Week?

And the ballots are in!

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Calling Dr. Shockey…Calling Dr. Jeremy Shockey!

Former New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey has already paid big dividends to his new team, the Carolina Panthers, and more specifically, his teammate, Ben Hartsock.

Hartsock was apparently choking on a piece of meat on Monday, when a teammate rushed to him and performed the Heimlich Maneuver, but that didn't work.

It was then that Shockey decided to take matters into his own hands.

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Cam Newton Signs With Panthers

The number one pick in the NFL draft is in the fold.

Auburn's Cam Newton agreed to a four year deal with the Carolina Panthers and the result of the new Collective Bargaining Agreement is evident in the signing.

Last year's #1 pick, Sam Bradford of the Rams, got a contract guaranteeing him 50 million dollars.

Newton didn't get half that.

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Which NFL Team Will Be Bad Enough To Have “Luck”?

Barring something very much unforeseen, Standford quarterback Andrew Luck will be the top pick in next year's NFL Draft.

Which teams will be the lucky losers, and have a chance to draft one of the most ballyhooed players in recent memory?

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