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How The Saints Can Rebound

Jeff Duncan, of the Times-Picayune has a 10-step program, for the New Orleans Saints, to help them return to the Super Bowl, next year. View the article, below.

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Up-And-Down-Year For Saints

The New Orleans Saints had an up-and-down 2010 season. Too much of one to repeat as Super Bowl Champions. Jason Pugh, of the Shreveport Times, has the story, below.

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Seahawks Win Over Saints Was No Fluke

Last weekend, the Seattle Seahawks, double-digit undogs, eliminated the New Orleans Saints from the NFL playoffs. Jeff Duncan, of the Times-Picayune, says the upset win was no fluke, below.

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Payton Optimistic About The Future

Despite the loss to the Seattle Seahawks, in the wild-card rounf of the NFC playoffs, New Orleans Sainst head coach sean Payton remains optimistic about the team's future. Mike Triplett, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Five Thoughts On Saints’ Loss

The New Orleans Saints were eliminated from the NFC playoffs, on Saturday, after falling to the Seattle Seahawks, 41-36, in Seattle, Washington. Guerry Smith, of the New Orleans Sports Examiner, has five thoughts on the stunning loss, below.

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Saints Begin Playoff Run Against Seahawks

The New Orleans Saints begin their playoff run, on Saturday, against the Seattle Seahawks. Mike Triplett, of the Times-picayune, has the story, below.

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Charleston & Mitchell Embrace Roles

Defensive end Jeff Charleston and linbacker Marvin Mitchell are the ultimate role players for the New Orleans Saints. Mike Triplett, of the Times-Picayune, has the story, below.

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Several Saints Named Pro Bowl Alternates

Earlier this week, quarterback Drew Brees, along with offensive linemen Carl Nicks, and Jahri Evans, were chosen to represent the New Orleans Saints, in this year's Pro Bowl, scheduled for January 30, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

On Thursday, Saints head coach Payton announced that eight more Saints were chosen as alternates.

The alternates are listed below.

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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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