The punter for the Saints and the punter for the Packers both got to spend Sunday night on the sideline.
Coach Killers is your weekly look around the league at those performances, decisions and 'Wait, what did he just do?!' moments that put the guy in charge on the ol' hot seat.
Sorting the Sunday Pile breaks down the biggest stories from the week that was in the NFL.
The Saints called a fake punt in the fourth quarter and no one was surprised when it failed.
Thomas Morstead's first punt for the Saints on Saturday was basically a punter's worst nightmare.
The NFL's Pro Bowl teams will be announced Friday night. Pete Prisco gives you his picks following the new league format. It's no more AFC vs. NFC.
After several days of the hoopla that only the Super Bowl can deliver, the San Francisco 49ers were looking forward to playing football, even if it is on the practice field.
The Associated Press' 2012 NFL All-Pro Team, as selected by a national panel of 50 media members, was announced Saturday.
QB Drew Brees will take Robert Griffin III's spot on the NFC Pro Bowl roster, the Saints announced. Brees will be making his seventh Pro Bowl appearance in a 12-year career.
Preseason talk that the Saints would be just fine in the wake of the bounty scandal and without suspended head coach Sean Payton didn't prove to be true. In reality, the Saints weren't very good this season, and a lot of it had to do with their porous defense.

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