New Orleans Saints
Grant started the show talking about the Monday Night Football game last night between the Seattle Seahawks and the New Orleans Saints and how dominant the Seahawks were and how great they are at home. […]
Keith and Dave recapped last night’s Monday Night Football blowout in which the Seahawks blew out the Saints in Seattle. The guys also previewed tonight’s game between the Thunder and Kings at Sleep Train Arena […]
Grant kicked off the show talking about the Kings game last night and the progress that he sees from the team and the potential of the team going forward. Grant talked about the lineup and […]
NEW YORK (AP) San Francisco 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks has been fined $15,570 by the NFL for his hit on Saints quarterback Drew Brees last Sunday. That is the standard amount for such hits to […]
Grant kicked off the show today talking about the San Francisco 49ers hit that Ahmad Brooks put on Drew Brees and the controversy that it not only got that day but the amount of attention […]
METAIRIE, La. (AP) Sean Payton made the end of Jabari Greer’s season official on Tuesday, announcing that the starting quarterback would be placed on injured reserve because of a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his […]
The guys recapped a win by the Raiders and losses by the 49ers and Kings over the weekend. Mike Pereira checked in with the show to discuss the weekend in officiating, including some questionable calls […]
Former VP of NFL Officiating Mike Pereira joined Keith and Dave to talk about the questionable personal foul penalty on Ahmad Brooks of the 49ers.
For the second time in two weeks the 49ers lost a game in which they have to feel that they should have won. While they played admirably, the bottom line is that San Francisco needs to get back to their winning ways if they hope to make it back to the playoffs.
All signs point to the 49ers and Saints having all their playmakers available this Sunday, but New Orleans biggest weapon is not completely healthy. Despite several players on this week’s report, San Francisco is continues to avoid any serious injuries.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) Back in April, Eric Reid held his breath for a moment waiting to hear whether the New Orleans Saints would draft him out of LSU. They passed, and the standout safety […]
Both New Orleans and San Francisco are legitimate Super Bowl contenders and will have to play their best game of the season to pull out a victory in this one. The winner will not only keep alive their hopes of a favorable playoff path, but will also send a loud message to the rest of the NFC.