The Rams and New Orleans Saints are among the NFL's highest-scoring offenses, separated by 1/10th of a point. Expect a shootout Sunday at the Coliseum.
The New Orleans Saints have ruled out both of their top two cornerbacks against the Los Angeles Rams
The New Orleans Saints' first visit to Los Angeles since 1994 seemed highly unlikely to be a meeting of powerhouse division leaders just a few weeks ago
The Rams are 7-3 a they prepare to host Drew Brees and the 8-2 New Orleans Saints on Sunday at the Coliseum. Join The Times’ Gary Klein and Lindsey Thiry in their weekly discussion about the team. This week’s topics include: The Rams' loss to the Minnesota VikingsInjury updatesPlayoff possibilitiesPreview...
Suppose you were told the New Orleans Saints could run the ball and play defense, and Drew Brees was still their quarterback. It's true.
The N.F.L. has three games on Thursday, but fans will have to wait until Sunday afternoon for an anticipated matchup between the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams.
The New Orleans Saints have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 11. Click here to view the gallery. Photos by Michael C. Hebert. [...]
The New Orleans Saints are receiving no favors from the NFL schedule. In Week 12, the Saints travel to play the Los Angeles Rams. This is a huge test for the team, but it is just one of many coming up on the Saints’ 2017 schedule. In successive weeks, the Saints will have to play the Rams, Carolina Panthers, and Atlanta Falcons. Show More Summary
The former New Orleans Saints wideout leads the NFL in 40-yard catches with New England
Bears tight end Zach Miller was back home Monday, after more than three weeks in the hospital following emergency surgery in New Orleans. Miller suffered a dislocated knee during the game against the Saints, and surgeons had to repair arterial damage which threatened his leg. Miller tweeted out the news of his recovery last night. [more]
Saints tight end Josh Hill says it's been "surreal" to play for New Orleans lately
The most productive pair of skill players in the entire league right now both reside in New Orleans. No running back — or really any skill-position player — has played as well over his team's last five games as Mark Ingram or Alvin Kamara. Show More Summary
The Saints are rolling, and playing suddenly acceptable defense. But they’re also suffering some hits, and bringing in reinforcements. According to Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the Saints are bringing back cornerback Sterling Moore. He was released in October, but they obviously feel like they need the depth there. Star rookie Marshon Lattimore [more]
The New Orleans Saints have been looking for all the world like they’re on the brink of a special season, piling up victory after victory after an 0-2 start. But they have lost the services of a significant player with the report Monday that defensive end Alex Okafor will miss the rest of the season […]
After the Saints came back from 15 points down in the final six minutes to force overtime, the focus in the New Orleans locker room was on the 11 straight passes Drew Brees hit on the way to tying the game. The Saints would go on to win 34-31 with a field goal in overtime [more]
Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints are the firs team in the Super Bowl era to go from 0-2 to 8-2
In fairness to Fox color commentator Troy Aikman, it really did seem like the New Orleans Saints were finished on Sunday. When the Washington Redskins scored with 5:58 remaining in the fourth quarter on a touchdown pass to a wide-open Jeremy Sprinkle, it gave Washington a 31-16 lead. Show More Summary
The New Orleans Saints pulled off an unlikely comeback to extend their winning streak to eight games, erasing a 15-point deficit inside the final six minutes of regulation and kicking a short field goal in overtime to defeat Washington 34-31
A third down scramble by quarterback Kirk Cousins in the third quarter ended badly for the Redskins. Cousins was stopped short of the first down and took a shot to the head from Saints safety Vonn Bell. It also led to running back Chris Thompson getting rolled up from behind by Cousins, Bell and Saints [more]
In the third quarter, Washington Redskins QB Kirk Cousins took a massive shot to the head from a New Orleans Saints defender following his scramble out of the pocket. He escaped serious injury on the play. The same couldn’t be said for his teammate Chris Thompson who had to be carted off the field after […]