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2011 New Orleans Saints Complete Season Schedule

New Orleans Saints Schedule – NFL Football

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Check out the week to week schedule of your favorite NFL teams. Starting in Week 11, flexible scheduling comes into play for Sunday games. NBC has the Sunday night schedule and has the ability to move games from the afternoon to prime time.

Listed below is the NFL 2011 New Orleans Saints schedule and some insider NFL handicapping info.

2011 Regular Season Opponents

Thurs, Sept. 8 @ Green Bay What a way to kick off the 2011 NFL regular season. Drew Brees’ third-ranked passing game travels to contend with the reigning Super Bowl champions and their excellent secondary. Will Brees throw a bundle of interceptions like he did at times last year?

Sun, Sept. 18 CHICAGO The Saints get the hard-nosed NFC North opponents dealt with in one fell swoop in Weeks One and Two. The Bears are not much of an easier draw than the Packers; they always play nasty defense.

Sun, Sept. 25 HOUSTON If it comes down to a matter of who out-guns who, you have to like New Orleans’ chances in this home game.

Sun, Oct. 2 @ Jacksonville The Saints were only average in stopping the run in 2010; they’ll need to be more than average with a road date with Jones-Drew and the Jags.

Sun, Oct. 9 @ Carolina New Orleans travels a ways north to Charlotte to deal with the divisional Panthers the next week, and deal with them it should.

Sun, Oct. 16 @ Tampa Bay Back south to Florida during this three-week road trip; yet this divisional opponent should cause the Saints a little more grief than Jacksonville or Carolina. The difference? Unlike the aforementioned teams, the Bucs have their QB of the future in Josh Freeman.

Sun, Oct. 23 INDIANAPOLIS A rematch of Super Bowl XLIV (2009). Brees and Manning still at their best, perhaps not quite yet in the twilight of their careers – you really can’t ask for much more than this.

Sun, Oct. 30 @ St. Louis The Rams’ Sam Bradford could well be the next signal-caller to make a quantum leap, but the Saints will still bank on established talent trumping potential in this match-up.

Sun, Nov. 6 TAMPA BAY To become a perfectly well-rounded (and therefore damn near indestructible) team, New Orleans must find a way to run the ball more consistently and Brees needs to watch those occasional spurts where he often turns the ball over.

Sun, Nov. 13 @ Atlanta The Falcons think they are the class of the NFC South and last year’s record backs that up. The Saints need to bring their man card to this road game to shut up the Dirty Birds.

Sun, Nov. 20 BYE

Mon, Nov. 28 NEW YORK GIANTS An interesting Monday night clash, as the Saints explosive offense takes on the other Manning brother and the somewhat enigmatic New York (football) Giants.

Sun, Dec. 4 DETROIT A special message for Saints CB Jabari Greer: You have a treat in trying to cover a utopian athlete in Lions’ WR Calvin Johnson. It should be an intriguing match-up.

Sun, Dec. 11 @ Tennessee The N’awlins “D” absolutely cannot give Titans RB Chris Johnson room to operate, otherwise he will use his unparalleled speed to rip off huge gainers all day.

Sun, Dec. 18 @ Minnesota After back-to-back weeks of Johnson and Vikes’ back Adrian Peterson, we’ll at least be able to say that 16th-ranked rush defense of the Saints will be battle-tested.

Mon, Dec. 26 ATLANTA A fantastic late-season Monday nighter in the Superdome. As is often the case with late-season games, this game – with its massive TV audience – will probably have grave divisional implications.

Sun, Jan. 1 CAROLINA The final game of the 2011 season probably relieves the pressure somewhat for the Saints, but you can bet the Panthers would love to play the role of spoiler.

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  1. Standings Prediction

    AFC East:
    Patriots y (11-5),Jets (10-6), Dolphins (9-7), Bills (1-15)

    AFC North:
    Steelers y (13-3), Ravens x (11-5), Browns (7-9), Bengals (3-13)

    AFC South:
    Colts * (14-2), Jaguars x (11-5), Texans (6-10), Titans (4-12)

    AFC West:
    Broncos y (10-6), Cheifs (9-7), Chargers (8-8), Raiders (5-11)

    NFC East:
    Eagles y (12-4), Giants x (11-5), Cowboys (8-8), Redskins (4-12)

    NFC North:
    Packers y (13-3), Bears x (10-6), Vikings (7-9), Lions (2-14)

    NFC South:
    Falcons * (13-3), Buccaneers (10-6), Saints (7-9), Panthers (5-11)

    NFC West:
    Rams y (9-7), Seahawks (8-8), 49ers (6-10), Cardinals (5-11)

    Say Listen up, Remember when the Cheifs lost the AFC West division in 2009-10. Then they won the division in 2010-11. Its going to be the same with Denver.



    PIT GB

    NE PHI




    Wild Card:

    New England over Jacksonville 23-14, New York Giants over St.Louis 29-23, Denver over Baltimore 17-14, Philadelphia over Chicago 33-24


    Indianapolis over New England 39-17, Green Bay over New York Giants 34-27, Pittsburgh over Denver 47-35, Philadelphia over Atlanta 34-17

    AFC-NFC Championship(s):

    Philadelphia over Green Bay 33-30 (OT), Indianapolis over Pittsburgh 33-14

    Superbowl XLVI:

    Philadelphia over Indianapolis 39-14

    MVP: DeSean Jackson (WR)

    Submit that Im not an Eagles fan. Steelers fan 🙂