The first episode of season #2 of “Hey Buddy D!” that aired after the first preseson game of 1995. Buddy breaks down the Saints after a loss to the Green Bay Packers.
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Haven’t posted any videos in awhile so here’s a good one to get pumped up for the upcoming 2016 New Orleans Saints Season!
An awesome video that highlights the explosive run game that Deuce McAllister and Reggie Bush provided during the 2006 New Orleans Saints Season.
An awesome video that highlights just how incredible Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints offense of 2009 was.
Ever wonder why the Saints colors are Black & Gold? Here’s a little video on the origin of the Saints uniforms from Scott Sillcox of Heritage Sports Art.
By far one of the most infamous games in New Orleans Saints History. The heart-breaking loss on Monday Night Football against Kenny Stabler and the Oakland Raiders. One of the best highlight videos of that game I have ever seen.
A short Saints You Tube video highlighting New Orleans Saints wide receiver Jeff Groth. Groth had played for Houston Oilers and joined the Saints when Bum Phillips became head coach in 1981 and stayed with the team until 1985. He lead the team in receiving 1982 & 1983.
Introducing WhoDatZone.com. A New Orleans Saints fan forum with plenty of entertaining and insightful conversation about New Orleans Saints Football just waiting for you to get in on the conversation. What’s more, WhodatZone has just undergone a upgrade and redesign to make Saints talk even more enjoyable.
Saints action from the 1972 NFL season. Howard Cosell highlights the New Orleans Saints 19-16 upset over the Los Angeles Rams at Tulane Stadium. Saints kicker Happy Feller kicked a 33-yard winning field goal with 6 seconds left. Quarterback Archie Manning ran for a score and threw another in the victory as well.
A short highlights video of the New Orleans Saints sidelines during their first ever NFL exhibition game in 1967 against the Los Angeles Rams at Anaheim Stadium. Saints head coach Tom Fears seems to be the focus as NFL Films producer Ed Sabol lends commentary.