If the season ended today, the New Orleans Saints would be the No. 3 seed in the NFC playoffs. They’d host a first-round game against the No. 6 Chicago Bears. They might even be able to get a home game against Detroit or Dallas in the second round.
After the Saints (7-3) went into their Week 11 bye with consecutive victories over NFC South rivals Tampa Bay and Atlanta, coach Sean Payton rewarded his players by giving them eight days off before they finally returned to the team’s suburban headquarters for practice on Tuesday.
Roaf played in the NFL from 1993 through 2005 after being drafted in the first round by the New Orleans Saints in 1993. Roaf played for the Saints for nine seasons from 1993-2001. He reached seven Pro Bowls in nine seasons with the Saints and was a three-time Pro Bowl player in New Orleans (1994, 1995, 1996).
Although no official announcement has been made by the New Orleans Saints front office there are several different sources that are reporting tight end David Thomas has been placed on injured reserve.
Brees, Sproles or Colston … or Graham or Meachem or Moore or Henderson … or Thomas or Ivory or Ingram.Since 2006, Saints coach Sean Payton and triggerman Drew Brees have been the mad chemists behind the most productive offense in the NFL, picking and choosing their attack du jour based on the tactical weakness of an opposing defense from week to week
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