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The defending champion Saints will have to try to repeat without their top two power running backs.
The New Orleans Saints have placed kick returner Courtney Roby on injured reserve, officially ending his season three weeks after he suffering a concussion during a game against the St. Louis Rams.
Saints coach Sean Payton says leading receiver Marques Colston has had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee and may not be able to play in this Sunday's regular season finale against Tampa Bay.
When Sean Payton's normally prolific offense sputters, there is now a very real possibility that the Saints' defense will be sound enough to bail them out.
The New Orleans Saints are not taking it easy after clinching the opportunity to defend their Super Bowl title.
As much as Reggie Bush would like to showcase his game-breaking ability on a regular basis, it has become obvious to him that the New Orleans Saints' offense doesn't require that from any particular player.
In assessing the Baltimore Ravens defense, the statistics tell all: Ranked 10th in the NFL, this unit is better than most but not quite up to its usual standard.
Saints coach Sean Payton says kickoff returner Courtney Roby appears to have no long-term damage and should be released from the hospital on Monday.
Drew Brees threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Marques Colston with 31 seconds left, rallying the New Orleans Saints to their fifth straight victory, 34-30 over the self-destructive Cincinnati Bengals.