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METAIRIE Youth Patrick Robinson Jersey , La. (AP) — The irritation was evident in Saints coach Sean Payton’s voice on Monday.The end of the regular season meant a number of his colleagues were getting fired .That meant clubs with new vacancies would be requesting interviews with assistants on the most successful teams, such as New Orleans, during the very time Payton wants to focus on getting ready for the playoffs.While Payton tersely mentioned that assistants such as defensive coordinator Dennis Allen, offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael Jr. and tight ends coach Dan Campbell all would make good head coaches, he said he didn’t want to talk about that now. He was more concerned with the recent performance of his team. New Orleans’ 33-14 loss at home to Carolina on Sunday gave the Saints two losses in their past five games. They needed fourth-quarter comebacks in their past three victories, two of which were decided by just three points.“With the way we played yesterday and some of the things that we’ve done offensively recently, our focus is going to be strictly on the Saints and the fundamentals and techniques we need to improve on,” Payton said. “We’ve got a lot of things we want to improve on — and this week gives us a chance to do that.”As the NFC’s top seed, New Orleans has a first-round bye and is just two home victories from reaching the second Super Bowl in the franchise’s 52 seasons. What remains to be seen is whether the Saints can recapture the juggernaut form and swagger of midseason, when they posted a handful of multi-touchdown triumphs.“The No. 1 seed guarantees you nothing except you host a playoff game,” Saints defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins said, noting that New Orleans cannot afford to dismiss Sunday’s loss to Carolina as an outlier — even if it was a low-stakes game with numerous starters seeing less action than usual.Quarterback Drew Brees and dynamic running back Alvin Kamara were among the Saints that saw no action on Sunday, and numerus others saw their snap counts scaled back.Still, they expected to be more competitive than they were. They were down by 30 before scoring their first points in the fourth quarter, and it was the first time since Payton took over as coach in 2006 that his team had been shut out at home in the first half.“When teams start to game-plan for us, they’re going to turn on that tape,” Rankins said. “They’re going to see things they think they can attack. So for us, it’s on us to fix those mistakes.”Tight end Ben Watson said it is common for fundamentals to slip on all clubs throughout the season, particularly as it relates to the more physical elements of football, such as blocking to tackling, as coaches focus more on preserving players’ health.“You’re usually as fundamentally sound as you’re going to be at the end of training camp,” Watson said. “Fast-forward five months, our practice aren’t as long, our practices sometimes aren’t padded — not just us, everybody — because of the attrition that happens during the season.“Fundamentals is what’s going to take you where you want to go. It always has. It always will,” Watson said. “Over time, when you get into game plans and you’re not just doing that all the time, you lose some of that. So now is a good week to just sharpen that stuff up.”Meanwhile, veterans who’ve won championships have been trying to share their experience with younger players about the level of focus required to advance in the playoffs.“You’ve got to really embrace this opportunity that we have because you understand it’s very hard to get in this position Patrick Robinson Jersey Stitched ,” said offensive tackle Jermon Bushrod, who was part of the Saints only Super Bowl team 10 seasons ago. “You’ve got to really focus and take your preparation to the next level and eliminate distractions.“Whether it’s turning the TV off, getting off the phone or going to bed early, we’ve got to find a way to give ourselves, individually, an extra edge,” he said. The final weekend of November has arrived, with this Green Bay-Minnesota game predictably carrying plenty of weight toward the race for the NFC playoffs.The twist, though, is the Packers and Vikings are stuck in the thick of the wild-card mix. The Bears, having beaten the Vikings last week, are the team with a healthy lead in the NFC North, which has been won only by Green Bay (five) or Minnesota (two) since Chicago's last division title in 2010."I definitely didn't expect to be sitting where we're sitting, but our record is what it is," Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers said. "Obviously, Minnesota has a strong team. They're probably surprised where they're sitting as well. So I don't think either of us is out of the division race."Both the Packers (4-5-1) and Vikings (5-4-1) have one more game remaining against the Bears (8-3), but they're each lugging that 29-all tie in Green Bay on Sept. 16 down the stretch like a back tire that's low on air."Maybe it will help us, and maybe it'll hurt us, too," Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said. "I don't really know."The Packers will play three of their final five games at home, which is helpful because they've yet to win on the road this year. They'll have a more-mobile Rodgers than in their last matchup with the Vikings, when he was grinding through a knee injury."He looks like his old self, unfortunately," Zimmer said.If the Vikings beat the Packers at home for the third straight time, they'll at least own a tiebreaker over their biggest rival. They'd still be 1陆 games behind the Bears, though, with a difficult stretch of the schedule ahead."We'll definitely have to play four quarters," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said, "and maybe more than that."Here are some other key angles to follow with the game:NOT-SO-PRIME TIMEThe Vikings are playing in the NFL's premier Sunday night slot for the second straight week Youth Jermon Bushrod Jersey , triggering a magnification of their struggles with the bright lights on this season. They've lost all three of their night games, in Los Angeles to the Rams on Sept. 27, at home against the New Orleans Saints on Oct. 28. and at Chicago last week. The Rams, Saints and Bears boast the top three records in the NFC, a combined 28-5."I guess we're just playing good teams," Zimmer said. "That might be the real factor."Cousins has a 4-12 career record as a starter when kickoff is in the evening, though he has a 68 percent completion rate with 31 touchdowns and 16 interceptions and an average of 305 passing yards in those 16 games."It gets a little bit convoluted when you try to look at a stat and pair it with a player," Cousins said. "It becomes maybe a bigger, more complicated picture than just a win-loss record and trying to judge performance."THIRD DOWNERSThe Packers are 19th in the NFL with a 38 percent conversion rate on third down. They're up against a Vikings defense that leads the league on third downs, allowing the chains to move only 28 percent of the time.One problem for the Packers has been the absence of wide receiver Randall Cobb, long one of Rodgers' most reliable options. He has missed half of Green Bay's games with a hamstring injury, including the last two contests, but he could return to action Sunday.SACKMASTER FACKRELLOutside linebacker Nick Perry missed Green Bay's last game at Seattle, but third-year backup Kyler Fackrell made his absence moot with three sacks, his second such performance this season. Fackrell has eight sacks this year, more than starters Perry and Clay Matthews combined."The more you play, the more you get comfortable with it, the less encumbered you are with the thinking part," defensive coordinator Mike Pettine said.JONESING FOR THE BALLPackers running back Aaron Jones didn't play against the Vikings earlier this season because of a suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Jones has 342 rushing yards and four touchdowns over the last four games, plus 12 receptions for 100 yards and a score. He's the league leader in yards per rush with an average of 6.4.HELP FROM HARRISVikings safety Andrew Sendejo will miss his sixth straight game because of a groin injury, but Anthony Harris has capably filled in as the starter in the previous two games. He had two interceptions against the Bears."I'm just coming in each day preparing like I'm going to be out there every snap and just trying to take advantage of any opportunities given," Harris said. "So each year, I've just been trying to take strides in getting better and increase my role and help this team win."Harris signed with the Vikings in 2015 as undrafted rookie out of Virginia. Zimmer praised his progress with becoming more of a physical player as well as gaining a better understanding of the system."I just think confidence," Zimmer said. "You know, he sees things and reacts. He's a good visual player, I think. He's very smart."
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