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Saints Top Falcons, Improve To 9-2

New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan shined brightest Thursday night in Atlanta...

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Falcons Won’t Discuss Classless Display During Saints Warmups

Yesterday we posted a story about the Atlanta Falcons disrespecting the New Orleans Saints by interrupting their pregame warmups and rituals. Today, the Falcons are...

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No Surprise, Falcons Act “Classless” Before Saints Game

Despite the fact that the New Orleans Saints have won 11 of the last 13 games against their hated rival, the Atlanta Falcons always feel the need to talk trash and make fools of themselves. Take for instance yesterday. Before they took the field to lose to the Saints again, several players...

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Falcons Coach Smith Still Thinks Call Was Right

Atlanta Falcons head coach Mike Smith still says if he had to do it over again, he'd still make the call on fourth and one that cost his team the game against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

Smith opted to keep his offense on the field on fourth and inches at the Falcons 29 on their second possession of overtime. 

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NFC South Awards

Below, Pat Yasinskas, of espn.com, hands out his All-NFC South Awards.

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Falcons Are An Epic Failure

Believe it or not, I did not write an article calling the Atlanta Falcons an epic failure. Sportswriter Jeff Schultz covers the Falcons 24/7 365. If anyone knows the dirty birds, it's him. "They failed. Epically."-Jeff Schultz. Read more.

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Packers Smash Falcons

The Green Bay Packers have advanced to the NFC Championship, after rolling to a 48-21 route of the Atlanta Falcons, in an NFC Divisional match-up, on Saturday evening, in Atlanta, Georgia. The Associated Press, courtesy of espn.com, has the story, below.

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Cool As A Winter Brees

Even after costly, Brett Favre like mistakes, Drew Brees never wavered. As John DeShazier of the Times Picayune put it, Drew Brees didn't flinch because Drew Brees doesn't flinch.

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Saints Defeat The Dirty Birds

The Saints defense played at a championship level in the Georgia Dome on Monday night, and helped propel the Saints to a 17-14 victory over the rival Falcons. Drew Brees hit rookie tight end Jimmy Graham for the go ahead touchdown at the 3:24 mark of the 4th quarter. With the win, the Saint punch their playoff ticket, and still have a chance at an NFC South title.

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Saints Falcons Rivalry Bitter As Ever

The bitter rivals will meet Monday night in the Georgia Dome. Games of such significance haven't happened often in this rivalry because both teams have seldom been good during the same season.

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