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New Orleans Saints Morning Break

Posted Sep 10, 2013

A look at what's being written about the Saints and their next opponent, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Times spoke with the linebacker who was penalized at the end of the Jets game. Lavonte David doesn't believe he did anything wrong.

The Tampa Bay Times also wrote about the Bucs' problems with crowd noise at MetLife Stadium.

Columnist Tom Jones said the blame for the loss to the Jets should fall on Coach Greg Schiano.

Tampa Bay players told the Tampa Tribune that aggression is a key part of their defense and they're not going to let three personal foul penalties change the way they play.

Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com wrote that the Bucs were nothing short of horrible in their loss to the Jets.

The Advocate wrote about how a few big plays almost cost the Saints. The Advocate also wrote about the team's running game.

NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune had a story on the history-making performance of low-key Saints receiver Marques Colston.

Kenny Vaccaro's Saints career got off to a nice start with a game-changing play against the Falcons, according to this story from NOLA.com.

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