New Orleans Saints are confident taking their show on the road
The New Orleans Saints ended the Detroit Lions' season late Saturday night and were back at work Sunday morning, preparing for an NFC divisional playoff game at the San Francisco 49ers. Is there no time to celebrate?
"What time is it right now?" New Orleans cornerback Jabari Greer asked around noon. "I still have about another two, three hours to enjoy it, but we are on to the next game. We realize how short this window of opportunity is. We're thankful for it, but we realize how much work has to go into it. So as professionals, we're in here right now getting the work in and dedicating ourselves to something bigger and something better."
That task will come Saturday at Candlestick Park when New Orleans (14-3) takes its offensive juggernaut up against a defense some consider the best in the NFL. The 49ers (13-3) didn't allow a rushing touchdown until the final game of the regular season as Coach Jim Harbaugh took what was a doormat team to the No. 2 seed in the NFC.
On the surface, the matchup would seem something of an old-fashioned slugfest. Asked if it would require a different approach by the Saints, however, Coach Sean Payton bristled a bit at an imagined slight.
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we must stop the run
STOP the run and pressure SMITH..... then go home and make SWEET LOVE TO YOUR WIVES......... simple gameplan
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