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Jan

15

Bobby Hebert – Saints can’t play Rams like Eagles – they’ll lose

Many Saints fans were worried about the first quarter struggles against the Eagles, with the Saints quickly falling behind 14-0; but Bobby Hebert says not to worry too much.

“They shouldn’t really be concerned.  As long as you’re within two scores, you shouldn’t be overly concerned.  In the Super Bowl, we were 10 points down to the Colts; and we still won the game.  With the leadership and experience we have, we can handle that type of adversity.”

That said, Hebert is adamant the Saints can’t have a start like that against the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game.  “You have to get off to a fast start.  That’s going to be critical against a team like the Rams especially.  The Saints are a totally different animal with a fast start compared to what they did against the Eagles.”

Hebert had a word of warning, though.

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Jan

15

Atlanta mayor’s Super Bowl wish: ‘Anybody other than the Saints’

Jan

12

Watch Mayor LaToya Cantrell dance with Saint Vader in the CBD

Jan

12

7 keys to a Saints win against the Eagles in the NFC playoffs on Sunday

The New Orleans Saints play host to the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Divisional playoffs on Sunday afternoon at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The game is a rematch of the teams’ Week 11 contest in New Orleans, in which the Saints’ routed the Eagles 48-7, Philadelphia’s worst loss since 2005.

Here are seven keys to another Saints’ win on Sunday:

Jan

11

Remember… GET LOUD !!!

 

Thanks to TeenyB for this great photo !

Jan

10

Hey Alexa, why aren’t you a Saints fan?

You think you know someone, then you ask who they’re pulling for in the Saints’ playoff game Sunday (Jan. 13) against the Philadelphia Eagles.

In this case, it’s Amazon’s Alexa, the digital “brain” inside Jeff Bezos’ Echo line of products. You can trust her to tell you what the weather’s going to be like at kickoff or to add something to your tailgate grocery list, but you apparently can’t count on her to support the home team.

We asked Alexa who she thinks will walk out of the Mercedes Benz Superdome on Sunday with a victory, and her answer was — uh — unfortunate.

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Jan

09

Win Saints Divisional Round Tickets & Support Harper’s Hope!

That ready for battle feeling! 👊🏾Donate $10 to Harper’s Hope Foundation and you could win 2 tix to Sunday’s game, plus parking pass & autographed football. Enter now by clicking the link here: bit.ly/2Cw5m0j ‬‪#NOLA #Saints #WhoDatNation ‬

Posted by Roman Harper on Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Support Harper’s Hope 41 Foundation and you could win two tickets to watch the Saints battle in the NFC Divisional Round!

Roman Harper is sending one lucky fan to cheer on the Saints during the NFC Divisional Round.  The complete prize package includes two lower level tickets to the game at Mercedes Benz Superdome, parking pass, autographed Roman Harper football and personal phone call from the former Saint to congratulate the winner! It’s just $10 to enter and proceeds benefit the Harper’s Hope 41 Foundation.

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Jan

09

NFL Picks Divisional Round: Saints again bash Eagles to set up rematch with Cowboys

It’s the second of the two best football weeks of the year. A pair of playoff games each on Saturday and Sunday, although Who Dats will have to wait through the first three games for their postseason opener in the Dome this Sunday.

Down to the final eight, so which four will make it to their respective conference championship games? No need to wait for the weekend.

Here we go with our fearless predictions sans care or scare. With our usual sass, crass and joie de vivre, we keep rolling and hope to continue the fun into Dirty Bird Stadium next month.

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Jan

09

Sean Payton’s $225k pep talk: Want this cash? This trophy? Win 3 games.

If New Orleans Saints players needed any extra motivation before their hopeful playoff run begins, coach Sean Payton gave it to them before they started preparing for Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
During the team meeting on Monday (Jan. 7), there was a big box underneath a gold curtain, and when Payton unveiled it, the players saw a glass case full of cash, along with a Lombardi Trophy. There were also three armed guards who carried in some of the money, a total of $225,000, as the Saints saw a visual of what they stand to win this postseason.
“I think guys were excited,” running back Mark Ingram said. “You see a thing like that full of cash, that’ll make you excited a little bit.”
Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. said the players reacted the same way anyone would when seeing that much cash.

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Jan

06

Who Dat ready for Philly !

Who Dat Nation make sure you are ready to make the dome loud… if you want to sell your tickets
ask your Who Dat Nation friends don’s sell to Philly !!!


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