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Saints Crush Giants 49-24

The New Orleans Saints whipped the New York Giants on Monday night by the score of 49-24. Drew Brees threw for 4 touchdowns and ran for another (pictued above). With the victory, the Saints improve to 8-3, good for the league's third best record.

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Saints Injury Report

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton gave his team the entire week off during the open date. The team returned to practice this week refreshed and healthy. However, there are still a few names on the latest injury report.

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Sean Payton Unsure How He Will Deal With Saints’ Crowded Backfield

For the first time all season, all four of the New Orleans Saints' top four tailbacks are healthy, and that gives head coach Sean Payton a little bit of a problem.

Mark Ingram, Pierre Thomas, Darren Sproles, and Chris Ivory are all healthy and ready to go, but the four backs are one more than Payton would typically like to have.

Having four backs that you have confidence in can be a good problem, but remember, if all of them are active, then you'd be taking away a roster spot from a player at another position.

Payton hasn't said how the Saints will deal with the situation when they take on the New York Giants on Monday night.

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Saints Sink Falcons In Overtime

The New Orleans Saints will go into the bye week at 7-3, sitting atop the NFC South after their overtime victory on the road against their arch rivals, the Atlanta Falcons. Saints kicker John Kasay nailed a 26 yard FG in sudden death. A short field was set-up for the offense after Atlanta elected to go for in on 4th and inches and werer stuffed by the New Orleans defense.

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Grading The Saints-Week 9

The New Orleans Saints got back on the win track on Sunday, defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 27-16, in an NFC South contest, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, in New Orleans.

The Saints obviously fared much better than the week prior, when the fell to the previously unbeaten St. Louis Rams, 31-21.

Against the Bucs, the Saints' offense rolled, for 458 total yards, including 195 rushing yards, while the defense held Tampa Bay to only 84 rushing yards.

Special teams was fine, as John Kasay hit two field goals, and punter Thomas Morestead was great, as he usually is.

You have to give the Saints passing grades all-around this week.

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Sean Payton Surgery A Success

New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton underwent successful surgery this morning to repair his left tibial plateau fracture and lateral meniscal tear. Payton broke his knee and tibia and tore his MCL when tight end Jimmy Graham collided with him on the sidelines early in yesterday's loss at Tampa Bay.

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Beyond The Mic: Ivory’s Return Begs Questions

New Orleans Saints RB Chris Ivory led the team in rushing a year ago as a rookie. His bruising style as a runner took its toll however, and he had two offseason surgeries. As a result, he's spent the beginning of the season on the PUP list. That will change next week, as he should be activated to the 53 man roster. How will coach Sean Payton deal with an already crowded backfield?

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Grading The NFL Head Coaches

With the exception of a handful of teams that had a bye week last week, NFL teams are now five game into their respective seasons.

Which coaches get passing grades for their work, so far?...and which ones failing grades?

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Devery Henderson Is Deaf To His Doubters

New Orleans Saints wide receiver Devery Henderson (along with DE Will Smith) is the longest tenured player on the team. During his 8 year career, there have been tons of doubters and harsh critics of Devery's game. Many suggested that he be cut, or traded, or not resigned. Many are now eating some crow. Devery is deaf to his doubters. He quietly does his job, and so far in this 2011 season, does it extremely well.

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Saints Reach Several Milestones In Win Over Bears

Several members of the New Orleans Saints reached career milestones in the team's 30-13 victory over the Chicago, on Sunday.

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