The 1994 New Orleans Saints Season

1994 New Orleans Saints Season Schedule

Regular Season
Sept 4 Chiefs L 17-30
Sep 11 Redskins L 24-38
Sep 18 Buccaneers W 9-7
Sep 2 49ers L 13-24
Oct 2 Giants W 27-22
Oct 9 Bears L 7-17
Oct 16 Chargers L 22-36
Oct 23 Rams W 37-34
Oct 30 BYE
Nov 6 Vikings L 20-21
Nov 13 Falcons W 33-32
Nov 20 (Mon) Raiders L 19-24
Nov 28 49ers L 14-35
Dec 4 Rams W 31-15
Dec 11 Falcons W 29-20
Dec 19 Cowboys L 16-24
Dec 24 Broncos W 30-28

7 Wins 9 Loses
Coach: Jim Mora
First Round Draft Pick: Joe Johnston Defensive Lineman, Louisville

Jim Everett’s career is revitalized with the New Orleans Saints as he sets the team record for passing yards in a single season: 3855. Tight end Wesley Walls was brought in from San Francisco and immediately became a fan-favorite. Defensively, Atlanta Falcon Defensive End Darion Conner joined the team and led in sacks with 10.5.
The seven wins on the year included sweeps of both the Rams and Falcons. In the first game against the Rams, Tyrone Hughes returned not 1, but 2 kickoff returns for scores. Morten Andersen
nailed a 40-yarder in the first game against the Falcons, with 8 ticks on the clock to give us a 33-32 win.
On the stats end, Rookie Mario Bates led the team in rushing (579 yards, 7 Tds) and Quinn Early led in receptions (82-894 yards, 4 Tds). Michael Haynes also had 985 yards receiving on 77 catches and 5 TDs. And while free-agent Darion Conner had his team high 10.5 sacks, Wayne Martin was right behind with 10. Defensive back Jimmie Spencer had 5 interceptions and Kicker Morten Andersen had 116 points on the year. Willie Roaf and Wayne Martin both make it to the Pro Bowl.

1994 Offensive Stats
1994 Defensive Stats
1994 Roster


  • 1994 New Orleans Saints Quarterback Jim Everett
    Jim Everett
  • Wayne Martin, 1994 New Orleans Saints Defensive End
    Wayne Martin
  • Mario Bates led the 1994 New Orleans Saints in Rushing
    Mario Bates
  • Tyrone Hughes, 1994 New Orleans Saints Kick Returner
    Tyrone Hughes


I've been following the Saints since a kid in the 70s watching the likes of Archie Manning and Tommy Myers.
We may not have as grandiose a history as some NFL teams, but there are scores of memories the New Orleans Saints have given to their fans and I have done my best to record them here at New Orleans Saints History.

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