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Fleur-de-Links New Orleans Saints Hats , September 29: Saints vs Giants news | LSU takes on Ole Miss Saints News:Experts predict winner of Giants vs. SaintsMedia experts make their picks for Sunday's matchupSlash on Slash: Saints' Swiss Army knife Taysom Hill adding more to repertoire | Saints | theadvocate.comKordell Stewart first saw it on Twitter.Saints looking to rediscover big-play defense. 'It's going to come' | NOLA.comNew Orleans has only forced one turnover in three games this season.Saints' Jay Bromley set for first NFL homecoming vs. Giants | NOLA.comBromley is from Queens and spent four years with the Giants.Saints promote RB Dwayne Washington to active roster, waive Jonathan Williams | NOLA.comThe Saints signed Washington to the practice squad following cut down dayGiants coaches issue stern warning to defense before game vs. Saints | NJ.comThe NFL has drawn lots of scrutiny over the amount of roughing the passer penalties, and how the rule has been officiated through the first three weeks.Saints LB Manti Te'o to miss second straight game; 5 Giants ruled out | NOLA.comNew Orleans Saints linebacker Manti Te'o will miss his second consecutive game with a knee injury.NFL News:The NFL roughing the passer rule isn’t really about player safety - SBNation.comRetired NFL defensive end Stephen White destroys another disingenuous NFL rule change.NFL: 'No changes' to quarterback protection rulesThe NFL competition committee decided to make zero changes to the controversial roughing the passer rules.Antonio Brown's slow start; plan for Josh Rosen; Mack for MVP? - NFL.comWhy is four-time All-Pro Antonio Brown off to a quiet start this season? And should Bears dynamo Khalil Mack be considered the MVP front-runner? Bucky Brooks tackles those topics and more.The Most Underrated Stars in the NFL | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and HighlightsWhen we think aboutNFLstars, Tom Brady,Aaron Rodgers ,Julio Jones  New Orleans Saints Hoodie , Todd Gurley and Khalil Mack readily come to mind as the cream of the crop...Jerry Jones sees similarities between Cowboys, Rams - NFL.comDallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones sees some similarities between his team and the Los Angeles Rams when it comes to player quality and talent but is he right?Mailbag: Dak Prescott = Mark Sanchez 2.0? Plus, Cam's copycat - NFL.comIs Dak Prescott just the sequel to Mark Sanchez? Which NFL teams resemble alt-rock bands from the '90s? And what to make of Cam Newton's fashion doppelganger? Dan Hanzus answers all of your burning questions in the mailbag.Injuries: Randall Cobb dealing with hamstring issue - NFL.comGreen Bay Packers wide receiver was a Thursday addition to the injury report with what coach Mike McCarthy described as an "unfortunate" hamstring injury. Will he play Sunday?LSU and CFB News:LSU Tigers player Wayde Sims killed in shootingLSU basketball player Wayde Sims was killed in a shooting near the Southern University campus early Friday morning, according to Baton Rouge police.Heard about the Rebels' passing game? LSU-Ole Miss could come down to the run | LSU | theadvocate.comYou may not have spotted him: Catholic High ball player No. 4, the one cradling a football and cracking a smile as he walked into the set of a TJLSU betting line moves against Tigers as kickoff against Ole Miss nears | NOLA.comOne factor influencing the line movement is the health and availability of LSU's offensive line.How to watch Ole Miss at LSU - Red Cup RebellionMAGNOLIA BOWL COMIN’.The best of the first month of the 2018 CFB seasonThe explosion of turnover trinkets, a rewind of all the crazy plays, intense UCF fans and a Colorado mascot's unfortunate T-shirt cannon malfunction.College football week 5 picks Youth Customized New Orleans Saints Jerseys , odds: What are our experts' best bets? | SI.comWhat are Andy Staples and Ross Dellenger's top SEC bets on the board in Week 5? Which ACC over/under does Joan Niesen think has a strong chance of cashing? All of our best bets this weekend are here.Social Media: CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Ron Rivera is clinging to the slim hope the Panthers can rebound from a five-game losing streak, beat the Saints twice in three weeks and earn a wild card spot in the NFC playoffs.The coach understands the chances of all of that happening are remote at best.“There’s a chance — five percent,” Rivera said Tuesday. “That’s what they are giving us, so that’s what we will take. … All you need is a chance.”Actually, Carolina’s playoff hopes are a little better than that after the Vikings lost to the Seahawks on Monday night. According to the website FiveThirtyEight, which analyzes NFL teams’ chances of reaching the postseason , the Panthers have a nine percent chance to reach the playoffs.Rivera relayed the team’s chances to his players on Tuesday as a sort of dangling carrot.“That would be a great story wouldn’t it?” Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers said. “If we won this game and then won two more and made it in?”When asked if he really thinks that can happen, Peppers smiled and said, “of course it can happen. We expect it to happen, actually.”One look at the standings and the task doesn’t seem all that daunting considering the Panthers (6-7) are just a half-game behind the Vikings (6-6-1) in the race for the second wild card spot, tied with the Eagles and Redskins. The Panthers hold a tiebreaker advantage over the Eagles, but not the Redskins.That doesn’t factor in the Panthers haven’t won a game since Oct. 28, and will close the season with three games against division foes — including two against the division champion Saints New Orleans Saints T-Shirt , the first of which is Monday night at home.Rivera said his plan is to stick with Cam Newton at quarterback despite a lingering right shoulder problem that has limited the former league MVP’s ability to throw downfield on a consistent basis and might have contributed to some throws sailing high. On three different occasions this season the Panthers have turned to backup Taylor Heinicke on Hail Mary attempts because of Newton’s lack of arm strength.Rivera said this season bears a resemblance to 2014 when the Panthers were 3-8-1 and managed to win their final four games to capture the NFC South and then beat the Cardinals in the first round of the playoffs.But Carolina has shown no sign of another potential turnaround up until this point. Rather, the Panthers seem to collapse time and time again when they have a chance to break through and regain control of their own playoff destiny.Carolina was 6-2 and battling for first place in the NFC South when it to went Pittsburgh in early November and got dismantled 52-21 in a nationally televised Thursday night game. The Panthers went on to lose their next four games against the Seahawks and three of the league’s lower-end teams — the Lions, Buccaneers and Browns — leading to speculation about Rivera’s future.All four of those losses were all by seven points or less.“We just keep finding ways to lose,” Newton said Sunday.Rivera felt there was a lot of good” that happened in the Browns’ loss, but that the Panthers missed chances in the red zone on offense and had four costly bad plays on defense. He sees those problems as fixable.The biggest game remaining for the Panthers will be the next one against the Saints, a team they lost to three times last season and bumped them out of playoff contention.If the Panthers can somehow get past Sean Payton’s crew, they will host the fading Falcons on Dec. 23 and play the Saints in a rematch on Jan. 30 — a game in which New Orleans might rest some its starters if it has already solidified one of the top two seeds in the NFC playoffs.“It’s a big emphasis around here that we still have a chance to make the playoffs New Orleans Saints Hats ,” said wide receiver D.J. Moore.