Half way…..

Best thing about being half way into the season is you still have time to
go eat at Desi Vega’s and have a drink before the game, and a celebration
dinner after the game !!
























Who Dat having a baby !

Ben Watson and family had a happy announcement to make, but he had to wait for the right moment.

The deal was the next time the New Orleans Saints tight end scored a touchdown, he would celebrate by letting the world in on a secret the Watson family had been holding on to for a while.

So when Watson hauled in a touchdown in the second quarter of the Saints’ 45-35 win, he did what he always did, holding five fingers up in the air to represent his five kids. But he also added to it. He slid the football under his uniform, between his jersey and his abdomen, then held up two more fingers than usual.

The Watson family is expecting twins.




Joe Horn humbled, honored by Michael Thomas’ touchdown celebration tribute

Horn also had a message for NFL analyst Michael Strahan, who was critical of both Horn and Thomas’ end-zone antics during the FOX Sports broadcast Sunday.

“Michael Strahan got four touchdowns scored on his ass, that’s why he didn’t like it,” Horn quipped, in reference to his nine-catch, 133-yard, four-touchdown night against the Giants. “That’s why he’s being negative.”

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Saints win !!

Saints weather the storm, ride Thomas’ late TD to a 45-35 win against the Rams

But let’s see how Drew started it off with the Who Dat Nation !



Can you hear me know Who Dat Nation !




Week 9 NFL score predictions

Rams (8-0) at Saints (6-1): 4:25 p.m. ET, Fox

Point spread: NO -2 | Matchup quality: 91.3 (of 100)

Lindsey Thiry’s pick: The Rams have won eight consecutive games, but the Saints in the Superdome are undoubtedly their biggest test yet, especially on offense. Defense could be the difference in this one. The Rams have the edge in that department after adding edge rusher Dante Fowler Jr. at the trade deadline and with Aaron Donald’s league-leading 10 sacks. But it might not be enough against Drew Brees, who gets the ball out fast. Saints 28, Rams 24

Mike Triplett’s pick: This is the latest in the season that two teams averaging 33 points or more have faced each other, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The Rams have the edge on defense led by Donald, and while they added firepower this week by trading for Fowler, the Saints lost firepower when rookie DE Marcus Davenport suffered a toe injury. However, the home-field advantage helps the Saints, and there might not be a more battle-tested team in the NFL right now after they had to grind out come-from-behind victories at Baltimore and Minnesota in their past two outings. Saints 29, Rams 27

FPI win projection: NO, 49.8 percent. With a pregame matchup quality of 91.3, this is the second-best matchup of the season according to FPI, trailing only the Chiefs-Rams matchup in Week 11. This game is also projected to be incredibly close, as only the Falcons-Redskins game noted earlier has a smaller spread in our data set, according to FPI.

What to watch for in fantasy: Among quarterbacks who have made five-plus starts this season, Jared Goff leads the way with an average of 9.58 yards per attempt. Meanwhile, the Saints are allowing 8.70 yards per pass attempt, third most in the league. Read more.

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Upset alert in NFL Week 9

Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints (-2)
This is the biggest game of NFL Week 9, bar none. The Saints haven’t lost since Week 1, and the Rams are undefeated.
New Orleans has gotten much better defensively the past few weeks, and it will have to really be on point to upset the Rams at home. One issue that could be problematic is the loss of rookie pass rusher Marcus Davenport, who’s out multiple weeks with a toe injury.
However, the Saints have been absolutely shutting down opposing running backs and could be in line to serve up a portion of humble pie to one Todd Gurley. Even if that doesn’t happen, the New Orleans offense has enough juice to make this a game and potentially knock the Rams off their pedestal.

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Quinn Early to appear Sunday at Saints Hall of Fame Museum before Rams game

Former New Orleans Saints wide receiver Quinn Early will appear at the Saints Hall of Fame Museum on Sunday, Nov. 4 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. prior to the Saints home game against the Los Angeles Rams.

Early played five seasons for the Saints from 1991-95. He ranks 10th all-time in New Orleans Saints history with 270 catches and ninth all-time in receiving yards with 3,758. He is eighth in touchdown receptions with 25. In two playoff games for the Saints, Early caught 12 passes for 134 yards and a touchdown. In 1994, Early caught 82 passes for 894 yards and four touchdowns and in 1995, he caught 81 passes for 1,087 yards and eight scores.

Early will be available for autographs and pictures.

The Saints Hall of Fame Museum is located at Gate B on the Plaza level of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The museum is open for all Saints home games two hours prior to game time and for 45 minutes following each game. Those holding tickets to each game are admitted free on game day.

The museum is open Monday-Friday by appointment between 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at a cost of $10 per adult and $5 for children under 12, seniors (60-and-over), active military members and groups of five or more.

For more information, call (504) 471-2192, e-mail saintshalloffame@yahoo.com or visit SaintsHallofFame.com.



Who Dat’s in Minnesota!!

Found our first photo of the Who Dat Nation at the Saints vs Minnesota game… Who Dat Frank and friends!




Who Dat Nation takes over M&T Bank Stadium-Ravens Stadium.

Who Dat ready to beat the ravens.