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Sep

29

Reggie put the Cowboys on Notice !!

Reggie makes his prediction for Saints vs Cowboys

Reggie Bush GUARANTEES a New Orleans Saints win over the Dallas Cowboys tonight 🗣

Posted by FOX Sports on Sunday, September 29, 2019

Sep

28

Saints breakout rookie Deonte Harris has always been a TD waiting to happen

METAIRIE, La. — Deonte Harris had already scored on a 99-yard kickoff return, a 76-yard pass and a 39-yard pass during the second round of the NCAA Division II playoffs in 2017.

So with 5:57 remaining and Harris’ Assumption College leading by five points, the University of Findlay did what most teams tried to do that season – kick the ball away from him.

Unfortunately, Findlay’s squib kick squirted past two other Assumption players and wound up rolling right into Harris’ hands.

And he promptly returned it 80 yards for another score.
Read more here.

Sep

28

I want Drew Back !

Sep

16

Footlocker.. LOVE IT !

Cam Jordan calls the ref "Foot Locker"

New Orleans Saints DE Cam Jordan really called the ref "Foot Locker" 😅

Posted by NFL on ESPN on Sunday, September 15, 2019

Sep

10

Really ……

Saints react to NFL admitting botched call vs. Texans: ‘That’s a game-changer. That can’t happen.’

Al Riveron was left to clean up another officiating snafu at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome Monday night. This time, at least, it didn’t cost the Saints a game – or a trip to the Super Bowl.

Drew Brees was furious. Sean Payton was rather calm. And Cam Jordan waxed philosophical, after the officials in Monday night’s 30-28 Saints victory over the Texans saw yet another half end with fans, media members and Saints coaches and players confused about what appeared, at least on the surface, to be a fairly simple call to make when broken down.

Read more here.

Sep

10

Saints Win ! Love this fans video!

Saints win! Saints win!

Reaction to Lutz’s kick (Audio is a must 🙂 )

Posted by Jay Vise on Monday, September 9, 2019

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Sep

10

Saints break Week 1 curse with last-second 58-yard field goal

NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Saints finally broke their Week 1 curse in the most improbable fashion imaginable: A 58-yard field goal by Wil Lutz as time expired for a 30-28 victory over the Houston Texans — just 37 seconds after they had lost the lead by allowing a two-play, 75-yard touchdown drive.

It was the longest field goal in the final 10 seconds of a season opener since the NFL/AFL merger, according to ESPN Stats & Information research. So that’s all it took?!

Read more here

Sep

08

Saints Nation Kickoff Party

The Saints Nation Kickoff Party is taking place on Fulton Street in New Orleans with performances by Choppa, Kermit Ruffins, Rockin Dopsie Jr, Partners-n-Crime & the Big EZ Band, Cupid & the Dance Party Express, Jonny Sketch& the Dirty Note J & the Causeways, Big 6 Brass Band, Angela Bell, and MORE.

Sep

08

Saints vs Houston

The Saints ruled out defensive tackles Sheldon Rankins (Achilles) and Mario Edwards Jr. (hamstring) for Monday night’s game against the Texans. LB Craig Robertson (hamstring) is listed as questionable. Everyone else is good to go. It will be interesting to see how the Saints handle their three-technique DT position since Rankins is the starter, backup David Onyemata is serving a one-game suspension and Edwards is the third-stringer. Backup tackles Taylor Stallworth and Shy Tuttle should be part of the solution. Backup DE Trey Hendrickson is another possibility.
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Sep

08

Drew..Hopefully this sets the record straight with who I am and what I stand for.

Hopefully this sets the record straight with who I am and what I stand for. Love, Respect, and Accept ALL. I encourage you not to believe the negativity you read that says differently. It’s simply not true. Have a great day.

Posted by Drew Brees on Thursday, September 5, 2019




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