Archive for December, 2018



Playoff Picture



Teddy Bridgewater to start for Saints on Sunday vs. Panthers

The New Orleans Saints plan to start Teddy Bridgewater at quarterback in place of Drew Brees in Sunday’s season finale against the Carolina Panthers.

Coach Sean Payton announced the decision to start Bridgewater on Friday, saying the 26-year-old quarterback had been working with the first-team offense throughout the week of practice.

“He’s had a good week of preparation, and he’s thrown it really well,” Payton said. “So, it’ll be good to get a chance to look at him.”

The Saints have already clinched the No. 1 seed, so there are no playoff implications, which explains why the coaches want to rest Brees. This will be just third start Brees has missed since joining the Saints in 2006. He also sat in Week 17 of 2009 when the Saints already had the No. 1 seed, and he missed Week 3 of 2015 with a shoulder injury.

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Choppa Style

Choppa Style came out in 2002, and was the debut album by rapper Choppa.

The question I have is has it replaced the Ying Yang Twins, Stand up and get Crunk ??



Playoff Machine !

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Road to the Super Bowl will run through New Orleans after clutch late TD gives the Saints the win

The NFC road to the Super Bowl will go through New Orleans.
The Mercedes-Benz Superdome exploded into a roar when referee Craig Wrolstead signaled, after a review, that New Orleans Saints receiver Michael Thomas crossed the goal line for a touchdown that gave New Orleans a 31-28 lead with 1:25 remaining.
The Saints forced and recovered a Juju Smith-Schuster fumble on the Steelers ensuing drive, clinching their 13th win of the season and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

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Steve Gleason shares reaction to receiving the Congressional Gold Medal

Steve Gleason was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal on Thursday, becoming the first New Orleanian and former NFL player to receive the highest civilian honor Congress can bestow. Here is his response to receiving the award:

“I played eight seasons in the NFL, and I’m in my eighth season with ALS. ALS is a remorseless and humiliating disease. During my eight years in the NFL, I was fortunate to have coaches, and other players, that would mentor and support me. I’m indebted and grateful to those people. I feel undeserving of their grace and mentorship.

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Alvin Kamara says Saints have ‘little bit extra confidence when we play at home’

Who Dat Nation… let’s make sure Alvin Kamara knows we are in the dome !!



Kermit Ruffins “A Saints Christmas” Music Video



Letter from Steve Gleason

Dear friend,

I want to introduce you to my friend Kennedy. She is 7 years old and has juvenile ALS. I am not telling you Kennedy has ALS to gain sympathy. On the contrary, I want you to know that this 7-year-old is full of life, love, smiles, and enthusiasm for everything she does, despite having ALS.

Kennedy and my son are the same age. If you know kids at that age, they live with 100% passion for everything they do. This past year, we were able to help Kennedy with a new power chair fitted to her specific needs as an active 7-year-old. Then, because she had the new chair, she was able to go on a Team Gleason Lake Tahoe adventure.

Having the right equipment and technology is vital in allowing people with ALS to live with passion and purpose. Kennedy’s words say it all.


Please help us empower more people living with ALS. We continue to work toward immediately impacting the lives of all people with ALS, by inspiring them to live with passion and purpose, while giving them the tools to do so.

From me, Michel and Team Gleason’s staff and volunteers, we thank you for being a part of our team and allowing us to continue telling stories like Kennedy’s.

No White Flags!




Shamarr Allen-Hit the Sean Payton

Last year after beating the Panthers Coach showed his moves in the locker room,
well Shamarr Allen took it up a notch with the Who Dat Nation.

So let’s get ready for Monday !!!