The Saints are marching into the Meadowlands to challenge the defending champion New York Giants. At 5-7, the Saints have a slim chances at turning the season around.
Just a couple of weeks ago, the Saints looked like they were on a roll, winning three straight. but back-to-back losses against San Francisco and Atlanta have put the Saints in dangerous territory. Can the Saints come out on top against New York this Sunday and keep the season alive?
"Yes they can, yes they will," said one Who Dat. "I think-- I know they're going to beat'em. I already know it."
"We're a good team. I think we have a little hope left," another said. "I know we can take New York."
But it will take more than winning out the schedule. The Saints don't control their own destiny for the playoffs, so they will need help.
"They have a shot at a wild card, but that depends on...who wins and who loses besides them," said one fan.
"Somewhere down the line, you know, we've got to find a couple more losses for somebody else to help us get to the playoffs," said another.