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Post by linchao » Mon Jan 28, 2019 11:48 am

There was no turkey to be eaten late Thursday afternoon for the New Orleans Saints (10-1) https://www.thesaintsfanshop.com/John-Kuhn-Jersey , instead they were tasked with plucking the pesky Atlanta Falcons (4-7) in a matchup pitting a desperate team against one that is vying for the NFC conference’s top spot.Here is how the big rivalry game between Atlanta and New Orleans unfolded tonight in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome:1st HALFThe Falcons won the coin toss and deferred to the second half. The Saints then proceeded to drive 75 yards 3:49 minutes to score a touchdown, a pass from Drew Brees to newly returned wide receiver Tommylee Lewis. After the point-after-touchdown conversion, the Saints were ahead, 7-0.On the Falcons’ first possession of the game, Atlanta would drive all the way down inside the Saints’ red zone. On a 3rd and 2, safety Marcus Williams strips Matt Ryan of the ball, which the same Marcus Williams recovers for the Saints at their own 13-yard line.The Saints would then go three-and-out with Drew Brees throwing his second interception of the season, a pass intended for Keith Kirkwood picked off by Falcons safety Damontae Kazee in Saints territory.Taking over at the Saints 39-yard line, the Falcons would once again get into the red zone, but New Orleans defense would make a great stand after the Falcons had a short field, limiting Atlanta to a Matt Bryant 32-yard field goal that narrowed the Saints lead to 7-3.On their ensuing possession, the third of the game, New Orleans would return to using its running game to get into Atlanta territory. New Orleans would drive all the way down near Atlanta’s goal line, but stall at Atlanta’s 4-yard line. Wil Lutz would then make a 22-yard field goal, giving the Saints a 10-3 lead with 9:09 left in the second quarter.On the Falcons’ ensuing drive, the Saints defense would once again show his recent improvement, with defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins sacking Matt Ryan on a second down play, forcing a third and long that the Falcons would fail to convert. New Orleans would then take over at their own 42-yard line and drive 58 yards while using 4:10 on the clock, capping their drive with a touchdown pass from Drew Brees to wide receiver Austin Carr. The Saints at this point of the game led 17-3 with well over a 5 minutes edge of time of possession over the Falcons.Starting at their own 25-yard line, the Falcons would drive to midfield on their next possession, then showing the reckless abandon of a desperate team, the Falcons would convert on a 4th and 7 just on their side of midfield. Driving deeper into Saints territory, Julio Jones would then fumble the ball on a hit by linebacker Alex Anzalone. Safety Vonn Bell recovers the fumble, with 17 seconds left in the half.The Saints would then take a knee to end the half with New Orleans ahead 17-3.*2nd HALFHaving deferred the toss to the second half, the Falcons would have great field position to start the second half, after returning Wil Lutz’s kickoff to their own 40-yard line. However, the Saints defense would hold Atlanta to a four-and-out Alex Okafor Jersey , with the Falcons going for it on 4th and 2 from their own 48-yard line. Alex Anzalone would break up a Matt Ryan pass intended for Calvin Ridley on the play, giving New Orleans the ball at Atlanta’s 48.The Saints would start with a negative play, losing three yards on a play with Taysom Hill at quarterback, then New Orleans would fail to convert on a 3rd and 5, with Brees overthrowing a wide open Michael Thomas. This forced a punt by New Orleans, with Thomas Morstead pinning the Falcons inside their 10-yard line.Starting from their 9-yard line, the Falcons once would be held to a gain of only nine yards and forced to punt the ball back to the Saints.New Orleans this time would drive 70 yards down the field, using mostly the running game with Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram, capping the drive with yet another touchdown pass from Drew Brees, this time to tight end Dan Arnold, putting the Saints ahead by 21, with a score of 24-3.Starting at their 21-yard line on their ensuing possession, the Falcons drive 79 yards for a touchdown drive that saw Calvin Ridley rip off a 50-yard reception on 3rd and 13. Matt Ryan would find Ridley again on 4th and goal, narrowing the Saints’ lead to 24-10 with 22 seconds left in the third quarter.Returning the kickoff to their own 37-yard line, the Saints would proceed to go three-and-out and punt the ball back to Atlanta.On the Falcons’ next drive, Atlanta would drive 12 yards before a Matt Ryan’s pass intended for Julio Jones would be tipped by Tyeler Davison and intercepted by A.J. Klein at the Falcons’ 22-yard line.The Saints would then run the ball into Atlanta’s red zone with Taysom Hill seeing the bulk of the carries, but on third and goal, Drew Brees would find rookie wide receiver Keith Kirkwood for a touchdown, Brees’ fourth of the evening. The Saints restored their 21-point lead at 31-10.On the ensuing kickoff, the Falcons would return the ball to their 39-yard line and in a drive that took 5:28 off the clock, Atlanta would drive to the Saints’ 2-yard line on a pass to Calvin Ridley, but Marshon Lattimore would force a fumble by Ridley, that cornerback Eli Apple recovered, giving the Saints the ball back at their own 2-yard line.Saints would then go three-and-out, after two runs and an incomplete pass from Drew Brees to Dan Arnold. Thomas Morstead’s punt from inside his own 10-yard line would be fair-caught by Atlanta at their own 41-yard line.Matt Ryan would then drive the Falcons for one last hurrah, finding running back Tevin Coleman for a touchdown to narrow the Saints’ lead to 31-17. the following onside kick would be caught by Alvin Kamara, ending the game on kneel-downs by Drew Brees and the Saints’ offense.Winners of 10 in a row now Larry Warford Color Rush Jersey , the Saints at 10-1 regain first place in the NFC ahead of the Rams’ game this upcoming Sunday. Saints Win, Saints Win!!! *Here is a quarter by quarter timeline of the game1st QuarterFalcons win the toss and defer to the second halfSaints take over at their 25-yard lineAlvin Kamara rushes for 18 yards on the first play of the gameSaints rush into Falcons territory with Alvin KamaraDrew Brees finds Tommylee Lewis for a touchdownNO: 7 - ATL: 0Falcons take over at their 25-yard lineFalcons get into Saints territory on a Matt Ryan pass to Mohamed SanuFalcons get into the red zone on a pass to Julio JonesMatt Ryan fumbles the ball in the red zone and Saints recoverSaints take over at their 13-yard lineDrew Brees throws his second interception of the year on 3rd and 4Falcons take over at the Saints’ 39-yard lineFalcons get into the Saints’ red zone on a pass to Calvin RidleyOn 3rd and 13, the Falcons stall in the red zoneMatt Bryant makes a 32-yard field goalNO: 7 - ATL: 3Saints take over at their 25-yard lineSaints get into Falcons territory on a rush by Mark IngramSaints are into Atlanta territory as the quarter ends2nd QuarterBrees is sacked by Takkarist McKinley on 2nd and 5Saints convert a 3rd and 11 after the sack on a pass to Michael ThomasSaints get into the red zone on a run by Mark IngramSaints stall in the red zone and Wil Lutz makes a 22-yard field goalThe Saints drive took 8 minutes and 26 seconds!!!NO: 10 - ATL: 3Falcons take over at their 25-yard lineSheldon Rankins sacks Matt Ryan on 2nd down, his 7th of the yearFalcons go three-and-out and have to puntSaints take over at their 42-yard line after a Kamara 7 yards returnSaints get into Falcons territory on a pass to tight end Dan ArnoldSaints get into the red zone on a run by Alvin KamaraDrew Brees finds Austin Carr for a touchdownNO: 17 - ATL: 3Falcons take over at their 25-yard lineFalcons cross midfield as the two-minute warning hitsMatt Ryan is sacked by Cam Jordan on 3rd downFalcons go for it on 4th and 7 and convertJulio Jones catches a long pass and fumbles, Vonn Bell recoversThe Saints take a knee and go into halftime up 17-33rd QuarterSaints kickoff and Falcons return it to their 40-yard lineOn 4th and 2 Falcons go for it again and fail to convertSaints take the ball at Atlanta’s 48-yard lineSaints stall at Atlanta’s 44-yard line and punt the ballAtlanta takes over inside their 10-yard line and go three-and-outFalcons punt and Saints take over at their own 30-yard lineSaints get into Falcons territory on a pass to tight end Ben WatsonDrew Brees finds tight end Dan Arnold for a touchdownNO: 24 - ATL: 3Falcons take over at their 21-yard line after their kickoff returnOn 4th and 2 near midfield, the Falcons go for it again and convertOn 3rd and 13, Matt Ryan finds Calvin Ridley for 50 yardsOn 4th and goal from the Saints 2-yard line, the Falcons go for itMatt Ryan finds Calvin Ridley for a touchdownNO: 24 - ATL: 10Saints take over at their 37-yard lineAlvin Kamara gains two yards to the Saints 39-yard line as the quarter ends4th QuarterSaints go three-and-out and punt the ball.After two penalties, the Falcons are pinned at their 10-yard lineMatt Ryan’s pass is tipped by Tyeler Davison and intercepted by A.J. KleinSaints take the ball at Atlanta’s 22-yard lineSaints drive into the red zone on the feet of Taysom Hill Drew Brees finds Keith Kirkwood for a touchdown passNO: 31 - ATL: 10Falcons return the kickoff to their 39-yard lineAtlanta gets into Saints territory on a pass to Julio JonesCam Jordan sacks Matt Ryan on 3rd and 6 from midfieldOn 4th and 13 and convert to Julio JonesFalcons go for it again on fourth down from the Saints 30-yard lineCalvin Ridley converts, but fumbles the ball at the Saints’ 2-yard lineMarshon Lattimore forced the fumble and Eli Apple recovers the ballSaints take over at their 2-yard lineAfter two runs, the Saints stall on an incomplete pass by Drew Brees to Dan ArnoldAtlanta fair-catches the punt at their own 41-yard lineFalcons get into Saints territory on one playFalcons get into the Saints’ red zone at the two-minute warningMatt Ryan finds Tevin Coleman for a touchdownNO: 31 - ATL: 17Alvin Kamara recovers the Falcons’ onside kick near midfieldSaints take a knee to end the gameFinal Score: NO: 31 - ATL: 17 The New Orleans Saints take on the Cincinnati Bengals with a chance to win their eighth consecutive game of the season.The Saints are clearly rolling and find themselves in the top spot in the NFC after last week’s massive victory.Now the Saints must travel to Cincinnati to face a team that they cannot take lightly.With the Saints coming off a thrilling victory against the previously unbeaten Rams at home, and a week away from hosting the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles, the Saints seem to be stuck in the middle here between two highly anticipated games.This road game against a non-conference opponent has all the markings of a trap game, but the Saints need to be smart enough and determined enough to not fall for the trap.Let’s take a look at this and all of the exciting Week 10 action in the NFL.Last week I went 11-2I told you so: Saints over Rams (by 10)!What do I know: Ravens over Steelers?***WEEK 10Thursday, November 8th - Thursday Night FootballPanthers(6-2) at Steelers(5-2-1)- Game of the WeekThe focus of this big game can easily shift from these equally good defenses, or the dangerous ground games, but ultimately this game will come down to Ben Roethlisberger and Cam Newton.Cam will avoid the turnovers that Big Ben won't, and that will be the difference in this marquee matchup.Carolina wins 28-24.Pick: Panthers***Sunday, November 11th - Early GamesFalcons(4-4) at Browns(2-6-1)Atlanta’s passing attack will face little resistance against Cleveland’s awful defense.Atlanta wins 23-17.Pick: Falcons***Lions(3-5) at Bears(5-3) Chicago’s defense will crush Detroit’s shellshocked offense at home in this one.Chicago wins 24-10.Pick: Bears***Cardinals(2-6) at Chiefs(8-1) Arizona is thoroughly incapable of keeping this game remotely close.Kansas City wins 42-13.Pick: Chiefs***Patriots(7-2) at Titans(4-4)New England will do what they regularly do against Tennessee, smash them.New England wins 34-14.Pick: Patriots***Redskins(5-3) at Buccaneers(3-5)Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tampa’s aerial attack will topple Washington’s defense, and the deficit they’ll find themselves in will effectively shut out their running game.Tampa wins 31-21.Pick: Buccaneers***Bills(2-7) at Jets(3-6)Buffalo’s defense will keep them in this game by forcing turnovers and capitalizing on them, but it won't be enough to beat the Jets on the road.Jets win 23-21.Pick: Jets***Jaguars(3-5) at Colts(3-5)Jacksonville’s staggering fall from the ranks of the AFC’s elite will continue against Andrew Luck and the resurgent Colts in Indy.Indianapolis wins 24-14.Pick: Colts***Saints(7-1) at Bengals(5-3)Even though they’ll be away from the Superdome this week, the Saints dominant offense will have their way with the last-ranked defense in the NFL in Cincinnati.Look for big games from Drew Brees, Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara, and the usual suspects, but the breakout star of this game will be rookie wide receiver Tre’Quan Smith https://www.thesaintsfanshop.com/Ted-Ginn-Jr-Jersey , who will have his best game of the year.This is the big “trap game” remaining on the Saints schedule.It’s the first early game on the schedule in seven weeks, since the Week 3 game in Atlanta, and will be the last one until Week 14 at Tampa.Sean Payton will need to be up to his tricks to keep the team focused and not look past these Bengals.It won't take much though, as the Saints are just flat-out better, and without AJ Green, Cincy will face the NFL’s best team without their best weapon.New Orleans’ streak continues with a convincing win on the road.Saints win 38-21.Pick: Saints***Sunday, November 11th - Late GamesChargers(6-2) at Raiders(1-7)Los Angeles’ sneaky good season continues by smashing their rivals in Oakland, as they keep pace with Kansas City in the AFC West race.Los Angeles wins 30-12.Pick: Chargers***Seahawks(4-4) at Rams(8-1)This game will be much, much closer than most people think it will be, thanks to valiant efforts by both Russell Wilson, and the Seattle defense, but Los Angeles will score the game winning touchdown in the closing moments.Los Angeles wins 28-24.Pick: Rams***Dolphins(5-4) at Packers(3-4-1)Green Bay may be mediocre at most things, but Miami is far below average at everything, plus, Green Bay has Aaron Rodgers, and that’s enough to beat Miami.Green Bay wins 27-23.Pick: Packers***Sunday Night FootballCowboys(3-5) at Eagles(4-4)With Dallas’ confidence free falling each and every week, Philly will pick the Cowboys apart at home in primetime.Philadelphia wins 32-9.Pick: Eagles***Monday, November 12th - Monday Night FootballGiants(1-7) at 49ers(2-7)The Giants’ miserable, nightmarish season won't get any better with another loss here in primetime against the similarly bad Niners.San Francisco wins 24-20.Pick: 49ers***There you have it, Week 10 is upon us, and the Saints have a huge opportunity to win a big road game here. 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