New Orleans (6-2) has dropped two of three games, while the Panthers (5-3) have won four straight to pull within a game of the Saints, whom they'll play twice in December.

So it's not the "Game of the Century," or maybe even the game of the week. But No. 1 Alabama versus No. 10 LSU is still a made-for-prime-time matchup.

"This is a tough situation and a tough time for us, but we've been here before and we can get out of it."

Interceptions by Demario Davis and Antonio Cromartie highlighted New York's solid defensive performance, as the Jets pressured Brees throughout and held the Saints to 3 of 11 on third downs.


Wins breed exodus for successful coaches like Mississippi-born and -bred Mark Hudspeth, but Cajun fans can probably relax for at least a couple more years.


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