Archive for October, 2019



Saints vs. Jaguars

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Can Saints add Leonard Fournette to their under-100 club?

METAIRIE, La. — Leonard Fournette is about to put one of the NFL’s most underrated streaks to the test.

The New Orleans Saints have not allowed a 100-yard rusher in 31 straight games, including the playoffs — the longest active streak in the NFL, according to ESPN Stats and Information.

But now they will be facing a resurgent Fournette on his home turf at Jacksonville on Sunday. The powerful 6-foot, 228-pound running back ranks third in the NFL with 512 rushing yards after busting loose for 225 yards two weeks ago and 108 last week.

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The Edge: Saints vs. Jaguars — Assessing how New Orleans, Jacksonville stack up at each position

The New Orleans Saints kickoff their two-game road swing in Jacksonville against the Jaguars on Sunday.

The Saints hold the all-time ledger against the Jaguars, 4-2, and have won the last three matchups in the series. 

A look at all the Saints and Jaguars’ position groups and who has the edge:


Saints quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is coming off his best game since Week 7 of the 2015 season. Against the Buccaneers, Bridgewater completed 76.5 percent of his passes for 314 yards and four passing touchdowns, the latter of which tied his career-high. 

Through his five games, Bridgewater’s completion percentage of 70.25 percent ranks fourth among all NFL quarterbacks. And his yards per game rank 26th.

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New Orleans Saints Linebacker Demario Davis Can’t Wear ‘Man of God’ Headband, Selling Them Instead for Charity

New Orleans Saints star linebacker Demario Davis wore a headband on the field for the team’s first four games of the 2019 season. It read: “Man of God.”

After Week 4, Davis was fined $7,017 by the NFL for wearing the headband. (Apparently, the headband just wasn’t noticed those first three weeks.)

According to the NFL, Davis’ headband is not allowed due to the “personal messages” article in the rulebook.

Fair enough. Since Davis is no longer allowed to wear the headband, however, he’s decided to sell it and donate the proceeds to a charity.

So now you can purchase your very own “Man of God” headband and all proceeds will be donated to St. Dominic’s Emergency Department.

Click here now to get one!