Week 11 NFL preview: 49ers vs. Saints

Drew Brees and the high-powered Saints offense host the reigning NFC champion 49ers in a game that could have serious playoff implications. Both teams need a Cheap Youth Soccer Jerseys win to help them catch Seattle: the Niners for the NFC West crown, and the Saints for the conference’s top seed. Matt Ufford and the crew preview the game and make their predictions.

The New Orleans Saints seemed to be on shaky ground before crushing the Cowboys last week to reiterate their standing in the NFC. The San Francisco 49ers took a step backward with a loss to the Panthers, but are still within striking distance of the Seahawks, who they get to face once more this season. The Niners will need to control the clock and pound away with the running game against an unheralded but stout Saints defense if they hope to slow down an offense that picked up 40 first downs against Dallas last week.

I understand wanting to work guys who have been injured back into the game plan. However, I don’t understand what the Panthers were trying to prove last week with Johnathan Stewart. At the end of a razor close game, why in hell would you trust him with the ball rather than Mike Tolbert who has been your closer for most of the year?

That move almost cost the Panthers big time as Stewart fumbled Cheap Youth NBA Jerseys with 2:12 left in the game and the Panthers clinging to a hard fought one-point lead.

Luckily for them it was recovered by, guess who, Tolbert.

For a few years now people have wondered if there were enough footballs to go around for all of the Panthers running backs. I don’t know if there is or there isn’t. What I do know is they shouldn’t screw everything up by forcing Stewart into a role that Tolbert has been thriving in this season.