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NFL Week 9 Previews

NFL Week 9 Previews

By Knup The mid-way point of the National Football League season has come and gone. It’s time ...

Thursday Night NFL Betting – Okay, We’ll Say it – Will the Real Saints Stand Up?

Thursday Night NFL Betting - Okay, We'll Say it - Will the Real Saints Stand Up?

By Charles Jay The New Orleans Saints have had a season of highs and lows. But now ...

NFL Who’s Hot and Who’s Not – Week 9

NFL Who’s Hot and Who’s Not - Week 9

By Dave Schwab The NFL has reached the halfway point of the regular season and while few football ...

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Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork.com) – New Orleans followed up Sunday night’s drubbing of Green Bay with another impressive showing. Except this one came on the road. And it put the Saints on top of the so-so NFC South. Mark Ingram ran for 100 yards and a pair of touchdowns and New Orleans defeated the Carolina Panthers 28-10 on Thursday night. The Saints broke a scoreless deadlock by scoring on three straight possessions in between the second and third quarters to build a 21-7 advantage and cruised the continue
Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) – The following is a list of inactive players for tonight’s game. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS AT CAROLINA PANTHERS, 8:25 PM (ET) New Orleans – C Jonathan Goodwin, LB David Hawthorne, CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, FB Austin Johnson, RB Khiry Robinson, RB Pierre Thomas, WR Nick Toon Carolina – OT Byron Bell, CB Bene Benwikere, WR Philly Brown, S Thomas DeCoud, G Amini Silatolu, G Trai Turner, RB Fozzy Whittaker
By Shawn Clarke, Contributing NFL Editor (SportsNetwork.com) – The Arizona Cardinals have the highest winning percentage in the conference and are looking down on the rest of the NFC West. The division-leading Cardinals are coming off a big win last weekend and look to stay the course Sunday against another NFC foe, the Dallas Cowboys, in the spacious confines of AT&T Stadium. Arizona is two games ahead of San Francisco and Seattle in the division, and sweated out a 24-20 home victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. After the Eagles took a 20-17 lead on a Cody Parkey 20-yard field continue
By Shawn Clarke, Contributing NFL Editor (SportsNetwork.com) – Philadelphia Eagles linebackers DeMeco Ryans and Connor Barwin know what to expect against J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans. You see, both Ryans and Barwin played in Houston when Watt made the transition from college and will see their old friend Sunday at NRG Stadium. “I think he’s probably the most disruptive guy in the league up front,” Barwin told the Houston Chronicle. “He does everything well. “He doesn’t waste rushes. He’s big, strong, has really long arms. He has great vision of the quarterback while he’s rushing, and he’s relentless continue
(SportsNetwork.com) – Philadelphia Eagles linebackers DeMeco Ryans and Connor Barwin know what to expect against J.J. Watt and the Houston Texans. You see, both Ryans and Barwin played in Houston when Watt made the transition from college and will see their old friend Sunday at NRG Stadium. “I think he’s probably the most disruptive guy in the league up front,” Barwin told the Houston Chronicle. “He does everything well. “He doesn’t waste rushes. He’s big, strong, has really long arms. He has great vision of the quarterback while he’s rushing, and he’s relentless to the ball.” Watt is second continue