No change for the Saints, who had their bye week in Week 9.
New Orleans has built a decent lead in the NFC South, still two games ahead of the Panthers, who are essentially the only other team capable of challenging the Saints in the division race.
The Saints still have yet to play Carolina this year, but quarterback Drew Brees and Co. will have two easier games to worry about — Week 10 versus the Falcons and Week 11 versus the Buccaneers — before an attempt to completely secure the division.
The 49ers and Colts also face off against the Saints later this season, and those matchups figure to be tough.
Right now, though, one should pencil in New Orleans as division winners.