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|These guys aren't playing with Peyton: The following Broncos were cut on Friday: DB Rafael Bush, CB Drayton Florence, LB Jerry Franklin, DT Ben Garland, WR Jason Hill, DB Duke Ihenacho, TE Cornelius Ingram, RB Jeremiah Johnson, LB Mike Mohamed, WR Greg Orton, WR Gerell Robinson, CB Syd'Quan Thompson and QB Adam Weber. |
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|None of these players were or are expected to put up good enough stats in the first place. Leave them all off rosters. |
Saints Game Preview vs. Cowboys: Analysis, prediction, TV info
The Saints likely will be eliminated from playoff consideration at some point Sunday regardless of the outcome, but a win over the Cowboys would be more meaningful than last week's 41-0 trouncing of moribund Tampa Bay.
Saints safety Rafael Bush a pleasant surprise
Saints safety Rafael Bush, who was undrafted out of South Carolina State in 2010, earned his NFL chops on special teams, and now he's making a big impact on defense.
Postgame analysis: Saints 41, Bucs 0
Freed from the pressure to win, New Orleans (6-8) played its most complete game of the season on Sunday at the Superdome, crushing the Bucs 41-0. New Orleans posted its first shutout since the 1995 season finale at the Jets and its first home shutout since Dec. 16, 1991 vs. the Raiders.
Saints, Brees rediscover dominant form, destroy Bucs
Drew Brees passed for 307 yards and four touchdowns, and the New Orleans Saints recorded their first shutout since 1995 in a 41-0 victory over the Buccaneers on Sunday, virtually ending Tampa Bay's already slim playoff hopes.