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Since 2000 the New Orleans Saints have enjoyed a enormous degree of success. 125 wins, 12 playoff games and an upset victory over Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl 44. Yes, we have come along way from the days of the Bagheads and the ‘Aints.
So how much have you paid attention? Can you name these Saint Players from the last 15 years that have been part of the success? Take the Saints Players Quiz and see how much you remember!
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1. QuestionDrafted in 2001, this Saint Player would go on the be the #1 All-Time Running Back in New Orleans Saints History.CorrectIncorrect
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2. QuestionThis kicker spent 22 seasons in the NFL, 8 with New Orleans. He spent 2001-2006 as Saint and returned for spot duty in 2009 and 2010.CorrectIncorrect
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3. QuestionThis defender joined the Saints in 2009 after 12 NFL seasons with the Packers and Vikings, and while he only played 2 seasons with New Orleans, his 9 interceptions led the NFL in 2009. He also had 3 touchdowns that season, one a 99-yard return against the Jets.CorrectIncorrect
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4. QuestionAfter a falling out with the Giants, this All-Pro Tight End joined the Saints in 2008 and had a touchdown catch in Super Bowl 44 against Indianapolis. He stayed 3 years in New Orleans and had 139 catches.CorrectIncorrect
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5. QuestionThis player came off the bench to replace an injured Jeff Blake to become one of the most most exciting young quarterbacks in 2000. He would led the Saints to their first ever playoff victory over St. Louis that year.CorrectIncorrect
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6. QuestionThis player joined the Saints as a linebacker in 2006 and was a major contributor to the 2009 Super Bowl Season. He played 4 seasons in New Orleans and tabbed 247 tackles.CorrectIncorrect
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7. QuestionThis Heisman Trophy recipient from USC may not have lived up to his pre-NFL hype, but he was a major component in Sean Payton’s high powered offense.CorrectIncorrect
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8. QuestionThis hard-hitting Free Safety joined the Saints as a free agent in 1997 and played 6 seasons in New Orleans, collecting 28 interceptions and 4 touchdowns. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2001.CorrectIncorrect
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9. QuestionThis flamboyant receiver joined the Saints in 2000 and was a favored target of quarterback Aaron Brooks setting several team receiving records and making the Pro Bowl 4 times during his 7 years in New Orleans.CorrectIncorrect
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10. QuestionThis hard-hitting linebacker left the Jets in 2008 and became instant leader on the Saints defense that help win a Super Bowl in 2009. He made the Pro-Bowl twice in his 6 year stay in New Orleans.CorrectIncorrect
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11. QuestionThis former NFL linebacker and Saints defensive coordinator brought a fiery and emotional coaching style that brought New Orleans their first-ever playoff victory his first year as Saints Head in 2000. He left the Saints after hurricane Katrina and the 2005 season.CorrectIncorrect
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12. QuestionA second round draft pick in 2008 this Saints player – #22 – is pictured in what is arguably the most famous play in New Orleans Saints History. His pick-6 of Peyton Manning in Super Bowl 44 guaranteed New Orleans an NFL Championship.CorrectIncorrect
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13. QuestionThis graduate of LSU was a fan favorite for 8 seasons with the Saints. He was a deep threat defenses always had to account for. He led the NFL 2 different seasons – 2006 & 2008 – in average-yards-per-catch.CorrectIncorrect