2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
8-1, 1st in NFC South
Young: Saints secondary in trouble vs. Eagles (0:29)

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints ruled out LT Terron Armstead and DE Marcus Davenport, as expected, for Sunday's game against Philadelphia. Everyone else practiced fully on Friday and is expected to play.

0:27

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Michael Thomas is probably known best for his size, physicality and volume of catches (he's tied for the NFL lead with 78 catches through nine games). But the Saints receiver is happy to surprise defenses that underestimate his speed and big-play ability.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Alvin Kamara made a "Space Jam" reference when asked about his offseason quote to Bleacher Report that he thought the Saints would have "beat the sh— out of" the Eagles if they had reached the NFC Championship Game. "Yeah, that's what I said. I don't care if we're playing against the Monstars," Kamara told reporters Thursday. "My team, whatever team I'm on, I'm gonna say we're gonna win, period. I guarantee you it's the same with any other guy in this league that feels strongly about the team that they're on. It's no disrespect, direct disrespect. I didn't call a name, direct names. It's just my team against your team."

Bruschi and Woodson pick the Saints to win (1:04)

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints RB Mark Ingram on G Andrus Peat's block that laid out Bengals LB Jordan Evans to spring him on a 28-yard screen pass TD: "I never even saw the guy, that's how good of a block it was. I didn't even know that occurred. That was a pancake. Flipping pancakes, IHOP, that's what we're doing around here. That was awesome."

0:51

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Drew Brees with more lofty praise on WR Michael Thomas after he has connected with an astounding 89.5 percent of his throws to him this season. That would be the highest completion percentage for any QB-WR duo in the last 15 years, per ESPN Stats and Information.

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2dMike Triplett

Saints' Marshall: I know narrative is I'm done

Six-time Pro Bowler Brandon Marshall said Wednesday he's grateful for the opportunity to join the Saints after being cut twice this year. "I've spent most of my career as the guy on top, All-Pro, Pro Bowl guy ... and I'm at the bottom right now," he said.

0:35

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

New Saints WR Brandon Marshall jokes about being "washed up" but admits that he knows what the reality is like for a 34-year-old receiver who hasn't been producing. And he said he's excited to be healthy and joining a QB like Drew Brees and a team like the Saints.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints released undrafted rookie safety J.T. Gray to make room for newly-signed WR Brandon Marshall. Gray earned a spot on the roster because of his special teams ability this year, but he has been a healthy inactive in recent weeks.

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3dFrancis Okupa, Special to KweséESPN

NFL Africa Zone: The 'It's spelled Amukamara, FYI' edition

The NFL's focus in week 10 was on results that went the way few expected (ahem, Patriots and Browns), but a number of Africans helped their teams stay on winning paths.

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Barnwell Show: NFC Picture with Will Brinson

Are you an NFC or an AFC person? In this episode, Bill and Will Brinson of CBS share their allegiances and take a look at the NFC playoff picture as it currently stands, including which teams are most likely to prevail in the South (3:55), West (31:02), East (43:30) and North (56:03).

Clark, Schefter have differing views on Saints (1:34)
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4dMike Triplett

Payton admits smashing locker room fire alarm

Sean Payton confirmed he smashed a fire alarm inside the New Orleans Saints' locker room before Sunday's victory at Cincinnati's Paul Brown Stadium, saying, "I just needed the noise to stop."

Team Stats

Passing Yards287.1
Rushing Yards126.8
Points For36.71st
Points Against25.8