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Video: Saints Look for Their 9th Win in NFC South Matchup with the Panthers

The Saints rebounded from a tough loss to the Falcons two weeks back with a win over the Bucs, and now return home for a huge NFC South matchup with the 5-4 Panthers.

Here’s a preview from the NFL.

Video: Saints Back to Their Winning Ways, Blast the Buccaneers in Tampa 34-17

A week after a bad home loss to the Falcons, the Saints took their NFC South show on the road, and beat up the Bucs 34-17.

NFL Week 11 Inactives: Saints vs Buccaneers

Here are today’s NFC South showdown inactives between the Saints and Bucs in Tampa:


TE Dan Arnold
WR Austin Carr
DE Carl Granderson
OT Ethan Greenidge
WR Deonte Harris
CB Marshon Lattimore
OG Andrus Peat


OT Jerald Hawkins
TE Jordan Leggett
LB Carl Nassib
LB Anthony Nelson
CB M.J. Stewart
OG Aaron Stinnie
CB Mazzi Wilkins

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Saints Look to Rebound on the Road Against the Buccaneers

Coming off last week’s shocking home loss to the Falcons, the Saints are back in action this week as they will take on the Bucs on the road in another NFC South matchup.

Video: Saints Lay Egg at Home, Fall to One-Win Falcons 26-9

The Saints laid a huge egg at home Sunday in losing to the Falcons at home 26-9. The loss puts them at 7-2, 4-1 at home.

Here are the game highlights:

NFL Inactives Week 10: Falcons vs Saints

Here’s the inactives for the Falcons at Saints NFC South Showdown:


S Jamal Carter
DE John Cominsky
OT Matt Gono
WR Brandon Powell
OG Wes Schweitzer
DT Deadrin Senat
CB Desmond Trufant


TE Dan Arnold
WR Austin Carr
C Nick Easton
DE Carl Granderson
OT Ethan Greenidge
S Saquan Hampton
CB Patrick Robinson

Video: NFL Week 10 Preview – 1-7 Falcons at the 7-1 Saints

It’s a tale of two teams at the opposite end on Sunday when the 1-7 Falcons take on the 7-1 Saints in New Orleans.

Here’s a preview of the Sunday NFC South showdown from NFL Films.

Saints RB Alvin Kamara Set to Return After Two Game Absence

The Saints offense will get a boost on Sunday when they take on the 1-7 Falcons, as the team is expected to have feature running back Alvin Kamara back in the lineup.

Kamara, who missed the Saints’ past two games before their Week 9 bye because of knee and ankle injuries, said he felt good after returning to full practice participation on Thursday. And coach Sean Payton said, “I fully expect him to be ready to play” at home Sunday.

The running back said he feels fresh after three Sundays off but wouldn’t call it a benefit because he missed being on the field.

“It’s like a downfall, kind of, because I wish I was out there,” Kamara said with a smile. “I’m happy to be back, just happy to be back practicing on the field with my teammates, happy to be back kind of like a regular functioning member of this team. Because when you’re hurt, you’re kind of like on the back burner a little bit. You kind of miss out.”

Kamara insisted that there is no jealousy or selfish desire to take his role back from veteran backup Latavius Murray, however.

Murray ran wild in Kamara’s absence, with at least 150 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns in each game.

Kamara said he will be happy to share the workload with Murray going forward — like he did over the past two years with Mark Ingram.

“It’s not like I’m selfish. I don’t need the ball every play. He’s fully capable, too. So I think we’ll get a good balance going, and it will be hard to stop,” said Kamara, who said he talked to Murray early this season about how the touches would eventually balance out, even though Kamara was getting a heavy share of the workload at the time.

“And he was like, ‘I’m good. I’m not tripping,'” Kamara added. “I think it’s an unselfish team. … So however it shakes out, it shakes out. I’m ready.”