Here's a collection of articles from around the web about the Saints loss to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFCDivisional playoff round.

ESPNTerry Blount said the 'Seahawks (found)a way, as they always do'

ESPN's Mike Triplett reported this quote from Brees on the Saints' championship window: 'You just don't know how many more opportunities you have to play this game, to compete at this level and have a shot at a championship. You certainly can never take it for granted.'

SBNation says the Saints will learn their draft position today. If the Chargers win, they'd see a one-pick improvement, from pick 27 to 26.

John Breech with CBSSports said the play by Marques Colston at the end of the game was 'one of the most bizarre game-ending decisions in NFL postseason history.'

Jerry Brewer, a columnist for TheSeattle Times, said the Seahawks won because they were tougher than the Saints.

USAToday graded each team's units Sunday. They gave the Saints running game a B, but handed out Dand F grades to the passing offense and run defense, respectively.

Gregg Doyel withCBSSports said 'showed up Saturday at CenturyLink Field with no self-awareness, fooling themselves into thinking they were the tougher team in the stadium, and they weren't.'

Brian Shpigel with the New York Times said the Saints tried to recreate the conditions they'd face against the Seahawks, painting their opponent's logo on the team's practice field and blaring speakers during practice, but ultimately failed.

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