In Week 2 of the NFL season, the New Orleans Saints once again played a thrilling nail-biter, this time against the San Fransisco 49ers.
They won 25-22, Garrett Hartley sealing the deal with a 37-yard field goal as time expired.
No matter how you look at it, the Saints are 2-0. In the long run, only that new addition to the "win" column really makes a difference.
Yes it was a close one, but they won.
After a tough Week 1 loss to Pittsburgh, Atlanta made a bold statement by dominating the Arizona Cardinals for four quarters of football in Week 2. They won 41-7.
In an opposite way to the New Orleans Saints, the Falcons commanded a total blowout victory over their opponent. But the only stat that really matters is that one in the win column.
On Sunday, these two NFC South rivals face off in what is bound to be an exciting game. Division rivalry games in the NFC South are almost always unpredictable, close, and exciting.
With momentum on their side, the Atlanta Falcons are entering the New Orleans Superdome, which is always full of energy.
Coming off a huge win last weekend, the Falcons are looking to defeat the Super Bowl Champions and take lead of the division.
The Saints are looking to stop all the speculation that Atlanta will conquer the division this year.