The Saints introduced head coach Sean Payton 10 years ago today, launching the trek to Super Bowl XLIV

Sean Payton was 42 years old when he was introduced as the 14th head coach in New Orleans Saints history on Jan. 19, 2006. He was a former offensive coordinator with the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys, an up-and-coming assistant who a lot of teams had on their radar. Despite the city still recovering from […]

Carpe Diem… and get off Drew Brees’ back

Remember now. Enjoy now. Treasure now. Win or lose, a Hall-of-Famer is quarterbacking the franchise with which the Who Dat Nation lives and dies.

Packers will slip by Saints (Reverse Psychology!)

The Packers are the hottest team in the NFL, winners of four straight. It’s tough to find another quarterback playing better than Aaron Rodgers. The defense will be challenged yet again.

Week two wrap: Saints give one away in Cleveland

The scoreboard says the Cleveland Browns beat the New Orleans Saints. But in reality, the Saints gave this one away. They have nothing to blame but their own mistakes.

Sunday is a must-win game for the Saints

The Saints will beat the Browns on Sunday. I know this because they have to. Since 2002, 100 teams have started 0-2 and only nine have made the playoffs.

Everyone has a chance in the preseason

This is the time of year when hope springs eternal. Every fan’s NFL team has a shot at a winning record, the playoffs and even the Super Bowl. Here’s a look at the Saints heading into the preseason.

SWTV 2013 Year in Review

Here’s a recap of 2013, as seen on this website. Happy New Year!

Some ungrateful Who Dats should remember the ghosts of Saints’ seasons past

Drew Brees is a bum. He’s overrated. He should be benched. He should get a box of coal for Christmas. Let’s not get crazy.

Brees achieves milestone, Saints rout Panthers

The Panthers’ defense had not allowed more than two touchdowns in a game this season and no team had scored more than 24 points against the league’s top-rated scoring defense.

Drew Brees closes in on another milestone

Sunday night against the Carolina Panthers in prime time could be when Drew Brees surpasses 50,000 career passing yards.

Tuesday morning Saints wrap: Seahawks drown Saints

Fear not Saints fans. This is not the end of the world. Or the season. A lot of hype was thrown into the Battle in Seattle — maybe a little too much. It was a throwdown between NFC heavyweights, but not a season-maker or breaker.

Drew Brees closing in on 50,000 passing yards

Through 11 games, Saints quarterback Drew Brees has thrown for 3,647 yards. That’s third best in the NFL (Matthew Stafford, Peyton Manning) and 434 yards away from 50,000 career yards.

Drew Brees passes Warren Moon for 5th on all-time passing list

With 49,566 yards, Drew Brees is now fifth on the all-time passing list. The top four on the list are: 1. Brett Favre (71,838) 2. Peyton Manning (63,059) 3. Dan Marino (61,361) 4. John Elway (51,475) (Yardage mark set in first quarter of Saints/Falcons game.)

‘Mr. Monday Night’ Strikes Again

Mr. Monday Night, Drew Brees, struck again in the Superdome against the undefeated Miami Dolphins. And he struck hard. The Dolphins defense was shredded by Brees and Co. for 465 total yards, 397 of which were passing.

Monday Morning Saints Wrap: Cardinals Game

Let this sink in for a moment. The Saints have the 6TH RANKED DEFENSE IN THE NFL. Rob Ryan’s unit is giving up 12.7 POINTS PER GAME. Last season after three games the defense was ranked something like worst in the history of football and giving up 34 points per game.