November and December are the months where they separate the men from the boys in the NFL. And as it turns out, this coming Sunday is a big step in the 2018 maturation process for two teams who have already been largely competitive over the past 15 seasons.
This Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium, it’s “Who Dey?” versus “Who Dat?”.
The New Orleans Saints had a solid squad last year, going 11-5 and winning the NFL South. Unfortunately for them, the lost the divisional round via one of the most iconic plays in postseason history.
However, they’ve picked up where that 11-5 record left off, going 7-1 through the first half of this season. Their last victory was particularly impressive, as they knocked off the previously-undefeated Los Angeles Rams in Week 9.
By the time Drew Brees retires, he’ll own quite a few significant NFL passing records.


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