It appears New Orleans Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro will not play against the Atlanta Falcons in this weekend's game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, according to a report. Ian Rapoport with the NFL Network, tweeted Thursday that Vaccaro has been placed on the injured reserve list with a possible injury to his adductor and his wrist. "He’ll need surgery to fix both. Big loss for New Orleans," Rapoport tweeted. The Saints have not confirmed the news.
Drew Brees is calling on the Who Dat Nation to come out and support the Saints throughout Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons. The New Orleans Saints face off against their rival on Christmas Eve in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Currently, the Saints are enjoying the top spot on the NFC South with 10 wins this season. This is the Saints' second matchup against the Falcons this month.
The New Orleans Saints are having a very good season with a 10-4 record, and because of that they are being rewarded for it. Six Saints are selected to play in the 2018 Pro Bowl. This marks the fifth time that at least six Saints have been selected to the Pro Bowl. Seven Saints were selected from the Super Bowl XLIV Championship team. This is the 11th time Brees is a Pro Bowl selection, third for Jordan and second for Ingram. The trio of Thomas, Kamara and Lattimore are selected for the first time.
It's great that the Pelicans beat the 16 win Grizzlies, but they gotta figure out these third quarter issues that have hurt them a lot this season. Can't blow 21 point leads to bottom feeders in the NBA.
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Selecting a term
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