#Saints vs Patriots

New Orleans Saints vs. New England Patriots, postgame notes from Week 3

The New Orleans Saints defeated the New England Patriots 28-13 on Sunday, Sept. 26, improving their record to 2-1. • The win improves New Orleans' all-time regular season record against the Patriots to 5-10. It also improves its record at Foxborough, Mass. to 4-5. With New Orleans never having won a contest at Gillette Stadium in two tries prior to Sunday, the win on the third attempt marks the 57th facility for the franchise to win a game.
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Expert Predictions: Week 3 picks for Patriots vs. Saints

Experts share their picks for the Patriots Week 3 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. What to watch for: The Patriots' run defense has been shaky -- the Jets totaled 152 yards on 31 carries with a 4.9-yard average -- and the Saints want to get running back Alvin Kamara going after eight carries for 5 yards vs. the Panthers in Week 2. So this is the matchup within the matchup. "If you were trying to build a perfect back, he essentially gives you everything you need," Patriots linebacker Dont'a Hightower said of Kamara.
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Game Preview: Saints at Patriots

Patriots: Game Release (PDF) - Roster - Depth Chart - Stats - Watch Games. Saints: Roster - Depth Chart - Stats - Roster Flip-Card (PDF) The New England Patriots return to the confines of Gillette Stadium and will begin a two-game stretch against the NFC South with home games against the New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Patriots are an NFL-best 59-17 (.776) against the NFC since realignment in 2002, the best inter-conference record in the NFL during that time.

Saints vs Patriots Predictions and Expert Picks for Week 3 NFL Game From FanDuel Sportsbook

Week 3's slate of NFL games includes a clash between the New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots. ESPN picks are from their Football Power Index (FPI) matchup predictor, numberFire picks are from their analytics projection models, FiveThirtyEight picks are from their NFL projections and betting favorites are according to FanDuel Sportsbook's Saints-Patriots betting odds and lines.
USA Today

First look: New Orleans Saints at New England Patriots odds and lines

The New Orleans Saints (1-1) head to Foxborough to take on the New England Patriots (1-1) Sunday in Week 3 NFL action. Kickoff from Gillette Stadium is slated for 1 p.m. ET. Below, we look at the Saints vs. Patriots odds and lines; check back for our NFL picks and predictions.

Week 3: Patriots - Saints Injury Report

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (1-1) DID NOT PARTICIPATE. Bold indicates a change from the previous day's report. Limited Availability = Less than 100% of a player's normal repetitions. Full Availability = 100% of a player's normal repetitions. GAME STATUS DEFINITIONS:. Out = Player will not play. Doubtful = Unlikely to play.
Pats Pulpit

The Lane Breakdown: Patriots struggle in all three phases against the Saints

The New England Patriots played one of the worst games you will ever see against the New Orleans Saints. They were outplayed in all three phases, and outcoached as well. We knew they weren’t going to look perfect every week, but Sunday at Gillette Stadium was one of those games where you burn the tape and try to never think about again. Let’s get into my takeaways from New England’s 28-13 embarrassment and get you out of here as quick as we can.

What They're Saying: New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints coaches and players comment on their upcoming game against the New England Patriots. On the Patriots offense... "They run the ball very effectively. They're going to do a good job of mixing play action, hard sell of play action, second level throws that can challenge your interior hook defenders, guys that have a conflict on a play run or pass. They can get the ball down the field. They'll give you some personnel groupings that are conventional, yet when they break the huddle they aren't necessarily in conventional formations. So it forces you to sort through who your assignments are in man, probably a little bit more stressful than those man situations or how you're going to deploy in zone. I think when you look at team and watch them not just in a two-game study, last year, the years prior, you have to battle all three elements."