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The game is so big, it'll require two stadiums.
Two NFL commissioners will be there.
Two internationally renowned rock bands will play in the Louisiana Superdome shortly before kickoff.
And two 2-0 teams will take the field while nearly 70,000 fans purge a year of post-Katrina frustration with howls almost loud enough to blow the dome's new galvanized steel roof right off.
Saints players and coaches are well aware of all this, and they're trying not to think about it too much.
"The evening's only special if you win it," Saints coach Sean Payton said. "We're seeing a good team come in here in Atlanta. ... We're going to have to have a good week of practice, and all the other stuff is stuff that we can't control and we just want to make sure it doesn't become a distraction."
Saints spokesman Greg Bensel said more than 500 credentials have been issued to media outlets from around the world -- from Sky Sports to Al-Jazeera -- and that ESPN is sending a crew of several hundred to build up it's coverage of the "Monday Night Football" telecast.