It seems that the Who Dat Nation aren’t the only ones unhappy with the release, or now trade, of former New Orleans Saints running back Darren Sproles. Michel Sproles, Darren’s wife, apparently took her frustrated feelings to Instagram and put the Saints front office on blast...
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton is fond of saying that the next game his team plays is the biggest game of the season because it’s the next one and the only one they can control. It is a way to keep focused on the task at hand and take the season on one game at a time. It works. Payton and the Saints have proven that as they are 9-2 on the season.
The last time the Dallas Cowboys came into New Orleans they handed the Saints their first loss of the season back in 2009, snapping a 13-0 start. Fans around here still haven’t forgotten about that game and since then the Saints and Cowboys have played twice since and each time the Saints have won by three points. New Orleans won 30-27 on Thanksgiving in 2010 and last year it took overtime for the
The New Orleans Saints are finally ready to get back in action as they host the (3-4) Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Who Dats have seen their team start off the season nicely as the 5-1 record marks only the third time the Saints have began that way joining the 1988 and 2002 seasons. In 1991 and 2009, the team was 6-0 through the first six games.
The New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots are having solid starts to the 2013 NFL season. Head coach Sean Payton has helped lead the Black and Gold to the only undefeated record in the NFC. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick’s team is 4-1 on the season and have a one game lead on the Miami Dolphins in the AFC East.
I'll take an ugly win over a pretty loss any day!
The New Orleans Saints (2-0) did just that on Sunday afternoon/evening as they defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-2) 16-14 on a last second field goal by Garrett Hartley.
While the New Orleans Saints' slim playoff chances were erased today, they did give the Dallas Cowboys a little coal for their Christmas stockings. Powered by their high-powered offense, Drew Brees and the Saints defeated the Cowboys in overtime by the score of 34-31.
One week after being handled by the New York Giants, the New Orleans Saints bounced back with one of the most dominating victories in franchise history. For the first time since 1995, the Saints shutout an opponent, embarrassing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday by the score of 41-0. Defensively, it...
The New Orleans Saints have fallen to 5-8 after being crushed by the New York Giants 52-27. With the loss, the Saints slim playoff chances have been erased. The only thing worse than the nasty weather at MetLife Stadium was the Saints kickoff coverage. On multiple occasions...
Monday night in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome a battle between two teams with struggling seasons will take place. The (2-5) New Orleans Saints are hosting the (3-4) Philadelphia Eagles and both share similarities.