New Orleans Saints' Mark Ingram (22) rushes past Buffalo Bills' Jordan Poyer (21) and Micah Hyde (23). A few weeks ago, New Orleans' first visit to LA since the 1990s seemed highly unlikely to be a meeting of division leaders. But with standout seasons from running backs Ingram and Todd Gurley, the Rams (7-3) and the Saints (8-2) are two of the NFL's most pleasant surprises.
New Orleans Saints' Mark Ingram (22) rushes past Buffalo Bills' Jordan Poyer (21) and Micah Hyde (23). A few weeks ago, New Orleans' first visit to LA since the 1990s seemed highly unlikely to be a meeting of division leaders. But with standout seasons from running backs Ingram and Todd Gurley, the Rams (7-3) and the Saints (8-2) are two of the NFL's most pleasant surprises. Adrian Kraus Associated Press
New Orleans Saints' Mark Ingram (22) rushes past Buffalo Bills' Jordan Poyer (21) and Micah Hyde (23). A few weeks ago, New Orleans' first visit to LA since the 1990s seemed highly unlikely to be a meeting of division leaders. But with standout seasons from running backs Ingram and Todd Gurley, the Rams (7-3) and the Saints (8-2) are two of the NFL's most pleasant surprises. Adrian Kraus Associated Press

Saints visit Rams in surprising showdown of division leaders

November 25, 2017 02:00 PM

UPDATED November 25, 2017 01:19 PM

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