The post-bounty Saints simply lost their edge in the absence of Sean Payton, as Thursday night's loss perfectly depicted.
While Mark Ingram had a quiet preseason, the Saints are brimming with confidence about their deep arsenal of running backs.
To take Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III? The PFW staff weighs in on this and a handful of other fantasy-football issues in our latest "roundtable" chat.
Last April, Alabama's Mark Ingram was the only running back taken in the first round, at pick No. 28. What's the reason for that, and will it happen again this year?
Saints RB Mark Ingram's rookie year didn't go according to plan, but we hear that the team wasn't discouraged by his introduction to the league.
Saints head coach Sean Payton confirmed that RB Mark Ingram and LB Will Herring have been placed on injured reserve.
The Saints will be without rookie RB Mark Ingram for the playoffs. The first-round pick will have season-ending surgery on his toe this week.
Saints RB Mark Ingram might have to sit out Week 14 because of a turf-toe injury, which would give little-used Chris Ivory an opportunity to suit up.
Last-minute updates on key players from around the league, including Daniel Thomas of the Dolphins.
Saints head coach Sean Payton may want to consider emphasizing the running game against Carolina in Week Five.
The Saints will look to establish their running game using a trio of backs vs. the Bears Sunday.
In the first Rookie Meter of the season, Broncos OLB Von Miller, the second overall pick from April's draft, gets the nod as the league's best rookie with an eye on the upcoming season.
With people expecting big things from Ryan Mathews, Chargers RB Mike Tolbert has become tremendously undervalued and is a solid sleeper.
In the second of a series about rookies, William Del Pilar identifies the running backs who could be useful fantasy picks this season.
Will RB Pierre Thomas lose his spot in the Saints' backfield with first-round pick Mark Ingram now on the scene? We look at the position from a fantasy perspective.