The 18th edition of the R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl will feature a match-up between two schools that haven’t faced each other since Gerald Ford was President and a dramatic television series called “The Six Million Dollar Man” was the #1-rated show in America.
The (11-2) New Orleans Saints will have an opportunity to clinch a Bye Week and home-field advantage for their opening game of next month’s 2018 NFL playoffs when they travel to Charlotte, North Carolina this upcoming Monday night to face their divisional rivals, the (6-7) Carolina Panthers. Kickoff is at 7:20 P.M. central time and will […]
This morning we’ve taken the liberty to list them all, from 1 to 32, along with a few thoughts on each one; as all of the League’s teams have now played 13 of their previously-scheduled 16 regular season games.
Wake-Up Call: Big Play on Special Teams Sparks Saints to Comeback Win and 2nd Straight Division TitleDecember 10, 2018
After going over an entire game and a half’s worth of action without looking anything like the offense that led the team to 10 consecutive victories, the New Orleans Saints were in desperate need of some type of spark in their game versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers yesterday.
If you watch football with care, you understand that a game can change dramatically with an abstract play.
You don’t have to be a weatherman at a local TV station or a passenger on Noah’s ark to know that it’s going to be raining in Tampa Bay.
With only four games remaining on their 2018 NFL regular season schedule, the New Orleans Saints are poised to make a second straight trip to the NFL playoffs, and it appears likely they will do so as the champions of the NFC South Division for a 2nd consecutive year. But even with one-quarter of the […]
The (10-2) New Orleans Saints can clinch their 2nd consecutive NFC South Division Championship this Sunday afternoon.
We’ve decided to release our very own version of “Power Rankings” here at Big Easy Magazine.
Unfortunately for the Saints and their passionate fans, there isn’t any time to dwell much on last night’s loss as New Orleans continually needs to play to win each week, while trying to keep up with the Rams in the race for the #1 playoff seed and home-field advantage throughout the NFL Playoffs.
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