As a Saints fan, today was a day of ups, and downs. On the upside, the NFL reinstated Saints head coach Sean Payton. On the downside, I read one of the most baseless, illogical - and just plain disrespectful columns from Jeff Duncan, a New Orleans sports beat writer who believes that
Drew Brees isn't a guy that you see talking trash for the of simply creating drama. So when speaking on yesterday's news surrounding the overturning of player suspensions, Brees raised a few eyebrows when he blasted the NFL and it's commissioner Roger Goodell for the mishandling of the Saints' 'Bountygate' investigation.
The hits keep coming for the New Orleans Saints (no pun intended) as player suspensions were finally handed down from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell surrounding the seemingly never ending New Orleans Saints 'Bountygate' scandal. Four players were suspended in total including former Saints defensive players Anthony Hargrove and Scott Fujita. Current Saints defensive end Will Smith was suspended for
The 2012 NFL regular season schedule has been released and we now know who will be playing who, along with when and where those games will take place. There are a lot of key matchups in primetime this year, and it seems as if the scheduling has played right into the big storylines of the NFL. How will Peyton Manning do in Denver? Will Tebow get playing time in New York as a Jet? How will the Saint
It looks like we may owe Jeremy Shockey an apology. A radio interview with local New Orleans author Alan Donnes revealed that the whistleblower in the Saints 'Bountygate' scandal is allegedly former Saints defensive quality control Coach Mike Cerullo. But why would someone who was part of Gregg Williams' defensive team snitch?
Within minutes of hearing the details of the bounty penalties handed down to the New Orleans Saints that included a one-year suspension of head coach Sean Payton, the Who Dat Nation already had t-shirts made. Numerous screen-printers pressed up their own versions, but on every t-shirt the same message was clear; 'Free Sean Payton.'
Warren Sapp knows a thing or two about chasing down quarterbacks. After all, his Twitter handle is @QBKILLA. It seems that Warren Sapp also knows a thing or two about who snitched on the Saints when it comes to the bounty scandal that has become a 'black eye' on their organization.
In case you have been under a rock for the past few weeks, the New Orleans Saints aren't exactly the poster children of the NFL right now. If the term 'Bountygate' doesn't ring a bell, I don't think I have enough room on this page to type it all out for you (but if you really are clueless, and want any thing else you read here to make sense then check this out)...