Great video from this loyal member of the Who Dat Nation. This young man was rocking with the Who Dat Nation though all the tough years, no band wagon fan here.
With this video, he won the Jon Vilma contest and is coming to the Big Easy for the game this weekend. His first time to SuperDome. What a great experience. Hope he and his family have an amazing time!!
When running back Pierre Thomas turned in a gritty performance against the Atlanta Falcons last Monday night, the New Orleans Saints’ come-from-behind victory offered him a measure of revenge.
“I felt happy, it was a big relief because Atlanta was the team that put me out, that put me out for a while,” Thomas said Thursday. “So for me it was just a payback thing. I wanted to get back at that team because they really hurt me in the beginning of the season. They put me out for a long period of time, but I got my opportunities to come back and show them what I can do. For them to remember me, like, ‘hey, you might have put me out in the beginning, but I’m back.'”
No matter what’s happening Sunday in the Superdome or the Georgia Dome, New Orleans coach Sean Payton doesn’t plan on resting his starters against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Saints are in a bit of a unique position at 11-4. They already have secured a playoff spot and they could end up as the No. 1 or No. 5 seed in the NFC playoff field. Getting the No. 1 spot would require a victory against Tampa Bay and the 12-3 Atlanta Falcons losing to the Carolina Panthers. Both games will start at 1 p.m. ET.
New Orleans Saints Coach Sean Payton stressed that his team will make every effort to win Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, despite the fact that they might not be able to improve their playoff seed.
The Saints (11-4) can earn the NFC’s No. 1 seed, a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs if they win Sunday and the Falcons (12-3) lose at home to the lowly Carolina Panthers. Otherwise, the Saints will finish as the fifth seed in the NFC.
Congrats to La Petite Grocery, one of our great sponsors. In an email from Tom Fitzmorris, which if you don’t get you should check out his web site http://www.nomenu.com for more information.
His article was about the “Most Improved Restaurants In 2010”
More exciting to me than seeing a new restaurant open is watching an
old one get noticeably better. If that didn’t happen, the restaurant
scene would be like a movie theater: nobody would go except for the
new pictures. These restaurants have moved up gratifyingly during the
past year–at least to my sensitivities. I invite your additions,
subtractions, and other comments on our messageboard.