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Saints Boot 49ers, 23-20


Blood was drawn in the Superdome on Sunday. But, importantly for the Saints, there was not much Gore. The Black and Gold were finally able to find a recipe for victory against the San Francisco 49ers, exacting a measure of revenge after a pair of excruciating losses to Jim Harbaugh's tenacious squad over the last two seasons.


Saints-49ers Preview: N.O. Aerial Attack Meets S.F. Ground Assault


In the fallout after the New Orleans Saints' loss to the New York Jets, Coach Sean Payton lamented his team's inability to stop what everyone knew was coming. "I think everyone at MetLife Stadium knew they were going to run the football, and we weren’t able to stop them," Payton said. In a game that is unlikely to bare much resemblance to last week's drubbing of Dallas, the Saints will have to prove they can stand up to a smashmouth team Sunday in a showdown with the San Francisco 49ers (3:25 p.m., FOX).


Harbowl Hype: Super Bowl Coaches Talk Mom, New Orleans' People and the Third Harbaugh


After Media Day Tuesday, more press conferences Wednesday and an appearance by the Harbaugh parents on Thursday, it may seem like there's nothing more to be said about the Harbowl. But Super Bowl XLVII head coaching bros John and Jim Harbaugh saved one last morsel for the end of the week. Turns out, there's a Harbaugh secret weapon.


Super Bowl XLVII: As 49ers Arrive, Jonathan Goodwin Talks Saints, New Orleans


After months of preparations, Super Bowl week is here, and so are half the competitors. The San Francisco 49ers arrived in New Orleans Sunday night to get an early start on the build-up to the big game. For one of the 49ers, the trip brings back Black and Gold memories. When it comes to New Orleans and Super Bowls, former Saints and current 49ers center Jonathan Goodwin is no stranger to the proceedings.


Saints Fan Shoots 2 49er Faithful


Seems things are going so bad in WhoDat Nation this week that we're not even on the morally correct side of a violent postgame attack. On Saturday night in Duluth, Ga., a Saints fan allegedly shot two San Francisco 49ers backers after they got into an argument at an Applebee's, according to CBS Atlanta. Donald Ray Ayro, 31, got mad at the two men while watching the game, and said he would come back for them. As the men were leaving Ayro opened fire at Christopher Middleton and Corey Adams in the parking lot.


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