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Can 'Super Bowl or bust' New Orleans Saints finally peak at the right time?


METAIRIE, La. -- Technically, the Minnesota Vikings have spoiled the New Orleans Saints' Super Bowl hopes in two of the past three years.
In 2017, it was the “Minneapolis Miracle” in the divisional round of the playoffs. Last season, the sixth-seeded Vikings upset the 13-3 Saints with an overtime win in the wild-card round.
But it’s not really the Vikings (6-8) who are standing in the way again as they head into the Superdome for a Christmas Day rematch (4:30 p.m. ET, Fox).
The Saints (10-4) need to get themselves right as they try to snap out of their current two-game losing streak to clinch their fourth straight NFC South title. More importantly, they need to figure out how to peak at the right time to finally turn those division titles into a Super Bowl appearance.

Saints' Michael Thomas reveals broken hand while trolling Vikings


New Orleans Saints receiver Michael Thomas appeared to relish the Minnesota Vikings’ loss Saturday, one week after the Vikings eliminated the Saints from the playoffs.
Thomas, who set an NFL record with 149 catches this season, also revealed that he was playing through a broken hand in the Saints’ 26-20 overtime loss to Minnesota in the wild-card round.
😂😂 that's what y'all get— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) January 11, 2020
Y'all talked all that 💩 I don't think anyone got more than 1 catch. I had 7 with a broken hand I don't want to hear it 😂— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) January 12, 2020
Now go choppa that— Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) January 12, 2020

Bye or no bye, Saints have to feel great about surging offense


CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- The New Orleans Saints missed out on the holiday gift they desperately wanted when the Detroit Lions failed to pull off the upset Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.
That means New Orleans (13-3) won’t get a first-round playoff bye unless the San Francisco 49ers (12-3) lose or tie tonight at Seattle.
But no matter where they wind up being seeded, the Saints have to feel great about the way their offense has been clicking as they head into the playoffs.
“I feel like we’re an ascending team. And that’s been something that we’ve talked about a lot over the last month, especially,” said quarterback Drew Brees, who said it was important for the Saints to keep the “pedal to the metal” down the stretch to create some momentum. “The teams that really do well in the playoffs I think are the teams that are playing their best football at that time. I think when you look at our stretch of the last five, six weeks, I think that’s the way it’s been each and every week.”

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