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The New Orleans Saints are looking like a playoff team a quarter of the way into the season Color Rush Patrick Robinson Jersey , and the New York Giants are once again looking like a team that isn't headed to the postseason.Alvin Kamara ran for 134 yards and three second-half touchdowns and the Saints (3-1) won their third straight game on Sunday, defeating the offensively inept Giants 33-18."I feel like we are getting better every week, and that's what is important to me," said Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who failed to throw a touchdown pass for the first time this season. "I feel like we are beginning to play more complimentary football and not just on the offense, run to pass, but really as a team."The big difference for New Orleans this week was the play of its much-maligned defense. After giving up a touchdown the first series, the unit held New York (1-3) to a third-period field goal and a late touchdown and two-point conversion.The defense, which came into the game ranked No. 30 in the league, allowed only four plays of 20 or more yards after giving up 37 points in an overtime win over Atlanta last weekend."What pressure would there be on us?" Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan quipped. "There was no place to go but up."The Giants are looking a lot like the team that went 3-13 last season. The new 3-4 defense has been playing well, but the offense is averaging just over 20 points 鈥?27 came in the win at Houston 鈥?and this was a season low."It seems like it shouldn't be this hard but it is," said New York star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. "We got to come with the energy like our game last week. It's not one person doing this or one person doing that. It's got to be everybody. We've just got to stick together It's definitely not the results we want, the outcome. It's not the way we want to play."The Saints grabbed a 12-7 first half lead on four field goals by Wil Lutz. Kamara broke the game open in the second half with touchdown runs of 9, 4 and 49 yards.Eli Manning threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Sterling Shepard on the Giants' opening drive. Aldrick Rosas added a 33-yard field goal in the third quarter to cut the Saints lead to 19-10. A late 1-yard TD run by Saquon Barkley and a two-point conversion pass from Manning to Shepard closed out New York's scoring.Takeouts from the game between the Saints and Giants:RUNNING ATTACKS: The biggest difference in the game was the running attacks. The Saints ran 32 times for 170 yards. The Giants carried the ball 15 times for 65 yards. Barkley led the way with 10 carries for 44 yards. However, he had one run of 28 yards, while Beckham had a 10-yard run on an end around. That's 38 yards. The other 13 carries generated 27 yards.NO SHOOTOUT: The game was supposed to be a showdown between the 39-year-old Brees and the 37-year-old Manning. It never happened. Brees http://www.authenticsneworleanssaints.c … utz-jersey , who was completing 80 percent of his passes, was limited to 18 of 32 for a season-low 217 yards. NFL leading receiver Michael Thomas had four catches for 47 yards. Manning was 31 of 41 for 255 yards. His long was a 27-yard pass Beckham.TRICKS: Saints coach Sean Payton threw a wrinkle at the Giants with backup quarterback Taysom Hill. He completed a 10-yard pass on a fake punt on New Orleans' second possession. It set up Lutz's first field goal. He also threw an incompletion on a red zone pass, had four runs for 28 yards, and returned a kickoff for 16 yards. He had not thrown a pass and had three rushes for 39 yards in the first three games.COLLINS SHINES: Giants safety Landon Collins has not been getting many chances to make plays. He had 16 tackles the first three games. The Pro Bowler led the Giants on Sunday with nine solo tackles and 14 overall. Linebacker Alex Ogletree had 12 tackles.COVER CORNERS: Janoris Jenkins of the Giants spent almost the entire game shadowing Thomas, who had come into the game with 38 catches in his first three games. It was the most by a receiver in his first three games of the season. The Saints' Marshon Lattimore, who had been struggling, covered Beckham most of the game. The NFL's highest paid receiver finished with seven receptions on 11 targets for 60 yards.UP NEXTSaints: Home against Washington for a Monday night game on Oct. 8.Giants: At Carolina next Sunday. The black stool rested upside-down in A.J. Green's locker 鈥?not a site the Bengals wanted to see coming out of their bye week .Green was getting his injured right foot examined on Monday while his teammates returned from a week off that helped some of them heal, but not one of their most valuable players. Green hurt his right foot during a 37-34 win over Tampa Bay heading into the bye.Green wore a protective boot last week and was sent for an exam by a specialist. Coach Marvin Lewis said Monday afternoon that the receiver won't need surgery, but he gave no indication of when he might be able to play again.The Bengals (5-3) will likely be missing their most indispensable receiver heading into a game Sunday against the Saints (7-1) at Paul Brown Stadium."Obviously it puts a lot of pressure on us as individuals because we know what he brings to the table," tight end C.J. Uzomah said. "I mean, he's A.J. Green. A.J. Dream is what we call him 鈥?it's a dream to have him on the team."For now, the dream is gone.Green leads the Bengals with 687 yards receiving and six touchdown catches. When the Bengals need the big catch at the end of a close game, Green is Andy Dalton's top choice. His touchdown catch with 7 seconds left gave the Bengals a 37-36 win over the Falcons on Sept. 30. During the win over the Buccaneers, Green had catches of 23 and 11 yards that moved the Bengals in range for Randy Bullock's 44-yard field goal on the final play. Green hurt his foot on the final catch.Cincinnati's offense has been depleted by injuries to its tight ends 鈥?Tyler Eifert is out for the season with a broken ankle 鈥?and injuries to both running backs. Joe Mixon missed two games after knee surgery, and Giovani Bernard has missed the past four games with a knee injury.Now, they have to get by without Green."Hopefully through that time http://www.authenticsneworleanssaints.c … ead-jersey , whether it's this week or next week or whenever, we've got an opportunity to grow and get better with other people," Lewis said.Green is always the focus of opposing defenses. Tyler Boyd has benefited from a lot of single coverage this season and leads the team with 49 catches, four more than Green. Now the Saints and other teams can focus more on him and the running backs."From a perspective of looking at their defense, it'll change some of the ways they roll," Uzomah said. "A lot of teams account for A.J., obviously, so we'll expect that they'll have something different lined up for us."The Bengals trail the Pittsburgh Steelers (5-2-1) for the AFC North lead. They're in the most favorable stretch of their schedule, playing the second of four home games during a five-game span. They play at Baltimore (4-5) the following week.The Steelers beat the Ravens 23-16 on Sunday and host Carolina on Thursday night. The Saints knocked off the previously unbeaten Rams 45-35 for their seventh straight victory .GIO, ROSS BACKBernard returned to practice on Monday, a sign he's getting close to returning. Receiver John Ross also practiced. He missed three of the past four games with a groin injury.STILL SIDELINEDLinebacker Vontaze Burfict (hip), guard Clint Boling (back), Uzomah (shoulder) and cornerback Darqueze Dennard (shoulder) didn't participate in practice.ADDING A RECEIVERThe Bengals put defensive end Carl Lawson on injured reserve with a torn ACL suffered against Tampa Bay. Receiver Auden Tate was promoted from the practice squad. The Bengals also signed long snapper Clark Harris to a two-year extension through 2020. nflshopoutlet.com

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