Rachel Nichols interviews Saints players and reports on the community’s response to the team’s first title.
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As a Colts fan, this game really disappointed me. But hey, the New Orleans Saints wanted it more. They needed this. After all New Orleans has gone through for the past few years with Hurricane Katrina and all that. Along with that, the Saints were never a good football team. The NFC Championship was the […]
Our Friends at TMZ sent us the following today about some issues with the Saints website: Hours after the New Orleans Saints put a hurtin’ on the Indianapolis Colts last night, “Who Dat” nation put a serious hurtin’ on their team’s online shop — crashing the website with a massive amount of traffic. TMZ spoke […]
While many will point to the back breaking pick of Tracy Porter as the play that cost the Indy Colts their second chance at a title in four seasons, the Colts offense, one that played so well in playoff wins over the Ravens and Jets, never seemed to get into a flow in Super Bowl […]
It was the signature play of Super Bowl XLIV, as Louisiana native clinched the New Orleans Saints first ever Super Bowl title with a 74-yard pick pocket of Peyton Manning that went the distance to give New Orleans a 31-17 lead in the fourth quarter. It was a lead that would stand out, and one […]
Rachel Nichols reports on the celebration in New Orleans following the Saints’ 31-17 victory in Super Bowl XLIV.
The New Orleans Saints can forever put away the paper bags. Sunday night in Miami, they not only answered all those questions, they took their place as the best team in the National Football League. Led by a great outing by the games MVP, quarterback Drew Brees, the Saints beat the favored Indianapolis Colts 31-17 […]
With Super Bowl Weekend finally upon us, the next two days will drag. This is the weekend that pretty much everybody who is anybody has been waiting for. Football fanatics, regular passive fans, the non-football fans, the clueless girlfriends, the clueless period. You get the idea. Pretty much everybody will be watching the Super Bowl […]