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Saints (8-2) at Falcons (2-8)

When/where: 8:25; Georgia Dome, Atlanta

TV/radio: NFL Network; 98.7-FM, 1010-AM

Line/OU: Saints by 91/2; 53

Atlanta has lost seven of eight. QB Drew Brees is 12-3 against the Falcons since coming to the Saints in 2006. Atlanta's Matt Ryan has one interception over his past four home games against New Orleans. New Orleans is second in the league at 419 yards of offense per game. Atlanta has a minus-11 turnover margin.

Greg Auman's pick: Saints 38, Falcons 21

Injury report

SAINTS Questionable: CB Chris Carr (hip, back, hamstring), G Jahri Evans (ankle), G Ben Grubbs (neck), DE Akiem Hicks (back), RB Darren Sproles (knee, ankle), CB Rod Sweeting (hip), S Kenny Vaccaro (concussion), DE Tyrunn Walker (knee), TE Benjamin Watson (concussion). Probable: TE Jimmy Graham (elbow, foot), DE Cameron Jordan (ankle), G Tim Lelito (not injury related), LB Curtis Lofton (hamstring, ankle).

FALCONS Out: DE Malliciah Goodman (calf). Questionable: DT Jonathan Babineaux (triceps), QB Dominique Davis (knee), TE Tony Gonzalez (toe), S Zeke Motta (hand). Probable: DT Peria Jerry (shoulder), RB Jacquizz Rodgers (ankle), T Jeremy Trueblood (knee, hip), LB Paul Worrilow (shoulder).

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