NFC South: NFC East

LANDOVER, Md. – Umm, did you really think the Saints were going to lose this one?
Seriously. Yeah, I know they got outplayed and their banged-up secondary was horrible. But they were playing the Redskins and even though it took more than 60 minutes to sort out, the better team won.

Call it luck. Call it destiny or call it whatever. I’m not sure what to call it except to say the Saints still are undefeated.

I’m heading downstairs for post-game interviews. I’ll be back in a bit.

Posted by ESPN.com's Pat Yasinskas

TAMPA, Fla. -- Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Bryant just echoed the sentiments of many NFC South fans, who've been saying the division gets slighted by the national media in favor of the NFC East.

"It's sickening because they look for any little thing," said Bryant, who previously played for the Dallas Cowboys. "For instance, they look for the Pacman [Jones] situation and everything with that. They try to find positives with things and negatives with things and look for anything and nitpick about it when you've got Tampa Bay over here second in the NFC and nobody's really acknowledging that."

But Bryant said that's not necessarily a bad thing.

"It's cool," Bryant said. "As the season goes along, more and more teams begin to be eliminated and their opportunity to further along their season dwindles, then we're going to have to deal with some type of attention, so all we can do is play hard, play football and continue to find ways to win games."

Podcast: It's all debatable

October, 16, 2008
10/16/08
4:40
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Pat Yasinskas talks debatable topics and Matt Mosley discusses the Cowboys on Football Today .

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