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  1. Well-calculated gambles by Payton

    Pat Yasinskas

    MIAMI -- You're going to hear a lot about Sean Payton being a gambler in the coming days. Don't believe a bit of it. A gambler is someone who is taking a 50-50 (or less) shot. Payton is not that dicey. He'll only get risky when he's convinced the ...

    Blog | February 08, 2010
  2. Freeney active for Colts

    Pat Yasinskas

    MIAMI -- Indianapolis defensive end Dwight Freeney will attempt to play with his injured right ankle. He's been placed on the active list for the Super Bowl. Here are the inactives for each team. New Orleans Saints: QB Chase Daniel: Third quart...

    Blog | February 07, 2010
  3. Locker Room Report: The New Orleans Saints will compensate for th...

    Pat Yasinskas

    The New Orleans Saints will compensate for their lack of Super Bowl experience, Pat Yasinskas writes.

    Story | Conversation | January 26, 2010
  4. Rapid Reaction: Saints 31, Vikings 28

    Pat Yasinskas

    NEW ORLEANS -- Brace yourself because you're about to see words that never have been written before. The New Orleans Saints are going to the Super Bowl. Seriously. In one of the most entertaining postseason games in history, the Saints defeated...

    Blog | January 24, 2010
  5. NFC South teams face brutal 2009 schedules

    Pat Yasinskas

    Posted by ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas The conclusion of the Super Bowl means all we have to look forward to is next season. On the surface, 2009 is not going to be an easy season for the NFC South. All four teams rank in the top eight when it comes ...

    Blog | February 02, 2009
  6. NFL Power Rankings: 2008 Week 1

    Pat Yasinskas

    It's finally here -- ESPN.com's Week 1 NFL Power Rankings, we mean. Oh yeah, the season is starting, too.

    Power Ranking | Conversation | September 02, 2008
  7. Irsay, Dungy key to bringing Super Bowl to Indianapolis

    Pat Yasinskas

    After forming a tandem that has helped make football matter in Indiana, Jim Irsay and Tony Dungy have cemented their legacies in the state by making Indianapolis the host site for Super Bowl XLVI, writes Pat Yasinskas.

    Story | Conversation | May 20, 2008