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New Orleans Saints

Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome | Coach: Sean Payton
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense1st113.6 (13th)297.8 (3rd)
Defense31st132.8 (29th)251.2 (25th)


Sun Sep 7
L 37 - 34at ATL
Sun Sep 14
L 26 - 24at CLE
Sun Sep 21
W 20 - 9MIN
Sun Sep 28
L 38 - 17at DAL
Sun Oct 5
W 37 - 31TB
Sun Oct 19
L 24 - 23at DET
Sun Oct 26
W 44 - 23GB
Thu Oct 30
W 28 - 10at CAR
Sun Nov 9
L 27 - 24SF
Sun Nov 16
L 27 - 10CIN
Mon Nov 24
L 34 - 27BAL
Sun Nov 30
W 35 - 32at PIT
Sun Dec 7
L 41 - 10CAR
Mon Dec 15
W 31 - 15at CHI
Sun Dec 21
L 30 - 14ATL
Sun Dec 28
W 23 - 20at TB


New Orleans7-9-03-3-0
Tampa Bay2-14-00-6-0
Saints quarterback Drew Brees: 'It was my most frustrating season'
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Saints quarterback Drew Brees wasn't exactly thrilled with how things went during his 14th season in the league.

"It was my most frustrating season," said Brees to Sports Illustrated after the Pro Bowl Sunday. "You never want to go 7-9. It’s no fun."

It was only Brees' fourth losing season in his pro career. However, heading into his 15th season and age 37, he believes the Saints have figured out what went wrong for New Orleans in 2014.

"I think we’ve identified the problems or the things that got us beat or the things that didn’t allow us to be as good as we know we can be, and we have the solution to fix it," Brees said. "It’s going to take a lot of work, but I know we can get it done."

Brees narrowly missed his fourth consecutive 5,000-yard passing season in 2014, going for 4,952. He also threw his fewest touchdown passes since 2010.

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Report: Saints reach an agreement with CFL corner Delvin Breaux
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

After working out for 13 NFL teams, Canadian Football League cornerback Delvin Breaux has reached an agreement with the Saints, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN on Saturday. 

Breaux, a native of New Orleans, spent the last two seasons with the Tiger-Cats, registering 62 tackles. The earliest day he can officially sign with his hometown team is Feb. 10.

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Update: Jimmy Graham says surgery 'still being debated'
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Saints tight end Jimmy Graham said he's still rehabbing his injured shoulder and has not made a final decision about whether he'll undergo surgery, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune. He showed no signs of discomfort at the first Pro Bowl practice, the paper said.

After the game, Graham said he'll return to Miami to train and relax.

"I'll be flying quite a bit, twirling in the air a little bit, and doing as much rehab as I can for the next four weeks," he told the paper. "This is a big week for me, just seeing where I'm at. I feel good, which is a positive, trying to stay away from getting surgery."

Surgery is "something we talked about and is something that's still being debated," Graham added. "This is kind of a trial to see where I'm at. I've had three weeks off and I've finally had some time to heal. It feels great, and I'm going to continue to do my rehab and get back to 100 percent."

Graham suffered the injury Week 5 and played through it all season.

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Jimmy Graham not planning to have surgery on shoulder
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Saints tight end Jimmy Graham said that "at this point," he doesn't plan on having shoulder surgery, reports the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Graham hurt his shoulder Week 5 and the injury limited his snaps and production, though he didn't miss a game.

Graham would not specify his exact injury. He said his shoulder did not improve all season and that surgery was considered, per the paper. Still, Graham is preparing to play in Sunday's Pro Bowl.

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Mark Ingram on free agency: Saints 'definitely' want me back
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

With free agency looming, running back Mark Ingram told Katherine Terrell of the Times-Picayune on Thursday that the Saints "definitely" want him back next season.

Ingram totaled 974 rushing yards on 226 carries with nine touchdowns in 13 games for New Orleans in 2014, nearly notching his first career 1,000-yard season. Ingram has 2,426 career rushing yards through his first four seasons with the Saints (50 games). He was also selected to the 2015 Pro Bowl, replacing Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who is in the Super Bowl.

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