Along with Saints schedules and yearly highlights we have tons of pictures of Saints players in our New Orleans Saints Image Gallery and up-to-date All-Time New Orleans Saints Leaders in Offensive and Defensive Statistical categories. Here at New Orleans Saints History we also have many New Orleans Saints Yearbooks in PDF format. We’ve even been adding articles and New Orleans Saints Videos.
So if you’ve been a Saints fan from the old days, look around and enjoy the memories. If you’re a new Saints fan you can see just how far we’ve come since the days of the Bagheads and Big Ben. Or, if your just a fan of NFL history you’ll like the pictures and coverage of the “Old School NFL” we have plenty of that as well. But one thing is sure, New Orleans Saints History is a great site for any Pro Football fan.
If you like what you see, or have any comments or suggestions, please leave me a comment.
What’s New at New Orleans Saints History
New Orleans Saints History on Facebook and Google Plus!
I don’t know how many of you realize, but New Orleans Saints History has been around for quite awhile. I’ve actually had the highlights and schedules up since the mid-90s when Mike Ditka was the head coach.
Well, as you can see, I’ve finally gotten around to going to a more modern format. And along with the new look, I’ve pulled out all the stops and gotten a FaceBook Page as well as a Google Plus Page to go with the site. If you’d like to check them out:
New Orleans Saints History on FaceBook
New Orleans Saints History on Google Plus
I’d love to hear from some of you so feel free to join me there. Be sure to plus me or like me or whatever you want.
I’d love to start a little something on New Orleans Saints History. In the past there have been several Saints teams have been less than outstanding. That doesn’t mean our players haven’t been outstanding.
One thing I’ve always tried to do with this site is point out those players that are deserving of attention despite the team win/loss record those years.
Here I’d like to bring some attention to a ball-hawking safety that was signed as a free agent during the Ditka years out of USC that would go on to be the #3 All-Time Saints leader in interceptions.
The Saints have agreed to term with Buffalo Bill Safety Jarius Byrd
The Top 10 All-Time New Orleans Saints Records!
The All-time New Orleans Saints Top-10 Lists.
have finally been updated. And, as you would expect, there has been plenty of movement where Drew Brees and Jimmy Graham and the rest of the Saints offense is concerned. There’s even some developments with defense! Marcus Colston is now the franchises Top All Time Receiver in Catches, Receiving Yards and Touchdown Catches. Pierre Thomas moves up the #4 running back in yards rushing. He passed over the likes of Reuben Mayes and Chuck Muncie to get there. Take a few minutes to look over these lists. I bet you haven’t thought about some of theses guys in awhile!
You can view a summary of all the Changes to the New Orleans Saints Top 10 Records here.
As far as the switch over to the WordPress platform, it seems to be going well and I’m about 80% done I would say. I’d really love to hear what you think about the move. Just leave me some feedback about it.
All the New Orleans Saints Yearbooks have been moved over. These are in a PDF format as well as Zipped so you can download them to your computer as well.
New Orleans Saints 2000: A Time To Rise
In 2000 Jim Haslett took over 3-13 New Orleans Saints team that needed serious help in every category. NFL Films presents a preview to that 2000 season with emphasis on free agent signings Jeff Blake and Norman Hand as well as a look back at the 1999 season.
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Old Saints News
It took a last second field goal to get the first road win in New Orleans Saints History
(Picture by Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)
The First Playoff Road Win in New Orleans Saints History!
Before last night, The New Orleans Saints had never won a playoff game on the road. Prior to the 2013 NFL season, the Saints had played a total of 14 playoff games, 5 on the road. And every one of those had been a loss.
But with the 26-24 win over the Eagles in Philadelphia last night, the monkey is off the back of the Saints.
Mark Ingram rushed for 97 yards and a touchdown and newly acquired kicker Shayne Graham kicked 3 field goals, including the game winner with 3 seconds left on the clock to edge the New Orleans Saints over the Philadelphia Eagles to advance to the next round of the NFC playoffs.
For the most part, the Saints defense kept the #1 ranked Eagles high-powered offense contained with 2 sacks and key stops at critical times. Lesean McCoy, who led the NFL in rushing this year was held to 77 yards on the ground and Quarterback Nick Foles had only 195 yards passing.
The Saints will no face the Seattle Seahawks Saturday Night, January 11 in Seattle.
5 Saints Named to Pro Bowl
Five members of the New Orleans Saints have been named to the Pro Bowl: