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Week 11 loss to the Vikings, winning consecutive games to ensure their first winning season since 2003 -- which also happened to be their last playoff appearance. But the Seahawks’ victory on Sunday was a reminder that the Rams have precious little breathing room. Holding on to a one-game lead in the NFC West, the Rams will host the Eagles in Week 14 and then travel to Seattle in Week 15.

Sunday was huge for the Saints, whose victory over the Panthers gave them a season sweep over Carolina and in essence a two-game lead in the NFC South with four games to play. They also are up two games in the loss column over the Authentic Vontaze Burfict Jersey Falcons and will have a chance to bury Atlanta in the first of the teams' two late-season matchups in Week 14 a
The Seahawks’ win Sunday night put the NFC, and really the NFC West, up for grabs. Assuming they keep pace with the Rams in Week 14, the Seahawks can overtake them with a victory at CenturyLink Stadium in Week 15. But they’ll need to get there first. Week 14 brings a tougher-than-expected trip to Jacksonville, where the Jaguars are on the brink of a making the playoffs themselves.
The Panthers' chances to win the NFC South took a big hit with Rondae Hollis-Jefferson Authentic Jersey their disappointing performance on Sunday in New Orleans. At least two games separate them from teams looking to climb into the wild-card spot, but they have one of the NFC's most difficult remaining schedules, starting with a Week 14 game against the Vikings, followed by a matchup with a Packers team that could have quarterback Aaron Rodgers back in the lineup. They'll finish the season with a game at the Falcons, a contest they might need to win to secure a playoff berth.
NEW ORLEANS -- Drew Brees has built a titanic NFL career for himself with big hands and a bigger heart. He's 6 feet tall in elevator shoes, and the fact that he could end his career with more passing yards and a higher completion percentage than Tom Brady and Peyton Manning -- the signature giants of his era -- is no less stunning than the fact that 5-foot-6 Jose Altuve could win Major League Baseball's American League MVP award.
The New Orleans Saints quarterback will turn 39 in January, and it sure looks like he'll be able to sling it around the Superdome for another year or three. But a friend of his from New Orleans just lost his job a month
before his 37th birthday. Eli Manning was benched for Geno Smith, and John Mara, the New York Giants owner who lorded over that unholy mess, reminded everyone of a cold NFL truth when asked whether he'd certify Ben McAdoo's employment as coach for the balance of the season. "There are no guarantees in life," Mara said.
There are no guarantees for an overmatched coach (McAdoo), a two-time Super Bowl MVP (Eli Manning) or a one-time Super Bowl MVP (Brees). Saints head coach Sean Payton still has some fans in the Giants organization from his days as their offensive coordinator, and after nearly a dozen years in the same place, it isn't crazy to think the Giants would surrender a draft pick (not this year's) in case the Saints coach wants a change of scenery.
Even working off the assumption that Payton stays in place, Brees might never again have running backs Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara as simultaneously healthy and dynamic as they are now. He might never again have his defense doing what it's been doing. He might never again have a Saints team capable of winning 9 of 10 games as it barrels toward a postseason tournament it appears good enough to win.
"I like where we're at, but I feel like we can continue to get better," Brees said on Sunday when asked about this team's opportunity to match what happened eight years ago, when he beat Peyton Manning in the Super Bowl. Brees had just helped the Saints put away Cam Newton's Panthers to secure first place in the NFC South, and had just passed Peyton Manning for second place on the all-time completions list by going 25-of-34 for 269 yards and a touchdown in the 31-21 victory.
"There's still things I feel like we're leaving out there," Brees continued, "opportunities that we're leaving out there, that if we want to accomplish and go where we want to go, then we've got to continue to improve Jordan Poyer Youth jersey upon and get better at those things. But when you can walk away from games saying that and yet you still won, that's a good thing.",89.0.html
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