Under Sean Payton, the New Orleans Saints are among annually one of the most productive offensive units in the league. Entering Week 13, this team is currently first in the league in both total yards and passing yards per game. The same year that Payton came to the Big Easy, so did quarterback Drew Brees. Show More Summary
Detroit Lions linebacker Tahir Whitehead suffered a knee injury that will force him to miss Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints. Continue for updates. Latest on Whitehead's Status Saturday, Dec. 3 The Lions announced the team...Show More Summary
Detroit Lions wide receiver Marvin Jones is nursing a thigh injury that has put his status for a Week 13 showdown with the New Orleans Saints in question. Continue for updates. Latest on Jones' Playing Status Friday, Dec. 2 According...Show More Summary
Detroit Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah is questionable for the team's Week 13 contest against the New Orleans Saints with an ankle injury. Continue for updates. Latest on Ansah's Playing Status Friday, Dec. 2 According to the Lions'...Show More Summary
Detroit Lions running back Theo Riddick is dealing with an ankle injury that has put his status up in the air for the team's Week 13 game against the New Orleans Saints. Continue for updates. Latest on Riddick's Playing Status Friday, Dec. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Robert Quinn is recovering from a concussion following Week 12 against the New Orleans Saints. His official playing status for Week 13 against the New England Patriots has yet to be announced. Continue for updates. Latest on Quinn's Playing Status Friday, Dec. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Rams wideout Tavon Austin is suffering from a chest injury following Week 12 against the New Orleans Saints. His official playing status for Week 13 against the New England Patriots has yet to be announced. Continue for updates. Latest on Austin's Playing Status Friday, Dec. Show More Summary
Just like former New Orleans Saints’ Will Smith’s tragic senseless killing, former USC star Joe McKnight suffered the same fate, dying at the hands of another man all because of road rage. “A witness, who declined to give her name, said she was leaving a store in the area when she saw a man at […]
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram is dealing with a toe injury, and his status for Week 13 against the Detroit Lions is unclear. Continue for updates. Latest on Ingram's Practice Status Thursday, Dec. 1 According to ESPN.com's...Show More Summary
The Detroit Lions aren't just coming from behind to win games; they're making money, going 6-1 against the spread their last seven times out. Meanwhile, the New Orleans Saints are even better, going 7-1 ATS over their last eight games. Show More Summary
More than 50 family members and friends came to watch Louisiana native Greg Robinson play for the Rams in last week’s game against the New Orleans Saints. The No. 2 pick in the 2014 draft had started 35 straight games at left tackle, and he had been looking forward to the reunion and a chance to...
After the New Orleans Saints dropped 49 points on them last week, the struggling 4-7 Los Angeles Rams will try their hardest to stop the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium. Pro-tip: One way to stop those pesky Patriots is to know who is actually on the team, which head coach Jeff Fisher had a […]
Brandin Cooks wasn't targeted in the team's 49-21 Week 12 win over the Los Angeles Rams, and the New Orleans Saints wide receiver appeared to express his frustration with a message on social media. In an Instagram post on Monday, Cooks wrote, "They tell you it's a business. Show More Summary
Former New Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper can officially start to rot in prison after his final stop on his multi-rape case that involved 16 different women. His newest prison term will run concurrent to the previous sentence of 18 years he received from the state of Louisiana for the sexual assaults that he committed in that state […]
1 of 6 | NEXT » The Los Angeles Rams have dropped their second game in a row with their loss to the New Orleans Saints. Los Angeles is now 4-7 and have essentially watched their playoff hopes evaporate. Sunday was the Rams’ chance to clench onto what was left of their playoff aspirations but they failed. Show More Summary
The Rams suffered a big loss to the Saints, 49-21, on Sunday in New Orleans, but their offense showed signs of life even as the defense got picked apart by Drew Brees. Each week we take a look at the tape to see what worked, what didn’t and what you might have missed. What: Rams QB Jared Goff’s...
Saints linebacker Craig Robertson sounded confident that he knew the main reason why New Orleans looked as locked-in as the club has been all season during a lopsided victory over Los Angeles Rams.
Jared Goff is making progress It wasn’t all great, but the No. 1 pick in the draft got to show more of his skills and made some impressive plays. Goff completed 20 of 32 passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns, with an interception and a fumble. His longest completion covered 31 yards. Goff looked...
The Rams already were embarrassed Sunday when the New Orleans Saints added a final blow. Early in the fourth quarter of the Rams’ 49-21 loss at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Saints quarterback Drew Brees dropped back and threw a lateral to his left to receiver Willie Snead, who had backpedaled from...
Here are some things you might have missed during the Rams’ 49-21 loss to the Saints in New Orleans on Sunday: First quarter The Rams were flagged for excessive celebration on Jared Goff's first career touchdown pass — 24 yards to Tavon Austin — but there should have been two penalties on the...