Good day, Who Dats. Here's some Saints Linkage to go with that breakfast, lunch or dinner on this fine October Tuesday.
Jim Henderson's commentary says Sunday's win cured some of the ill that had overtaken the Saints.
Darren Sharper and Clint Ingram, both who have spent the opening six weeks of the season on the PUP list, could get off the list as soon as this week.
After watching the film of the game, Sean Payton said the run game was the key to Sunday's win.
Elsewhere around the region
Les East, writing for the Baton Rouge Advocate, says Payton knows Sunday's win was only one win.
Brett Martel of the Associated Press writes that regardless of being one win, the Saints are back on track.
Brian Allee-Walsh of NewOrleans.com says Darren Sharper was told a decision will be made this week.
Allee-Walsh spoke with former Saint and current Brown Scott Fujita, who said this will be an emotional return for him.
John DeShazier of the T-P/NOLA.com syndicate writes that the Saints now have a victory to build on.
Jeff Duncan of the T-P/NOLA.com group says the Saints have some decisions to make now.
The Hong Kong Standard had a brief from Reuters about how Chris Ivory's dad predicted his son's big day.
The Toronto Sun uses the Saints slow start to say this season has had a strange beginning.