If you have watched the Saints at all this year then you must realize that their secondary is VERY opportunistic, with Sharper and his 6INTs and 3TD returns himself. New Orleans gets sacks too, they usually have the lead and that allows them to go get the QB and sit back in coverage, sitting on the pass, something that ATL will likely be forced to do alot of on MNF. Conversely, anyone who has watched SD play defense must see just how poor a tackling team they are this season. I know it's Brokeland, but it's still a divisional game and rivalry, and OAK's D is bettert than their offense... I'd go Saints D this week, MNF SHOULD be a game of big plays on both sides of the ball, and this is still only Ryan's 2nd year under center...GL
*Big $$$ 12 tm, H2H Hyper-performance/Milestone keeper league:
QB-RB-RB-WR-WR-WR-TE-K-D/ST + several other options
*AP, Bradshaw,*Fargas, Chester T.
*R.White,*B.Marshall,*Austin, Mason, Manningham, Holt
*Lee, Carlson, Scheffler
(4-3, 2nd in overall points)