I'm sure its no great revelation that I'm not a big sports fan. When I find the TV on a sporting event, my mind often wanders from the game or match or whatever it is to anything else happening on the screen. What I wonder about a lot are are the conversations the players and coaches …
Yeah, I know it's not football season, but the NFL just lends itself to bad lip reading so well, that I just had to share this with you. In case you're not familiar with the Youtube sensation known as Bad Lip Reading, the idea is simple; just turn off the sound and figure out what it looks …
There have been times this season when it has appeared Sean Payton has lost control of the New Orleans Saints. Last week it appeared the pope broke with previous Catholic doctrine and said dogs can go to heaven. We ask your opinion on both of these subjects. We have the results.
Yesterday's Saints loss wan embarrassing for fans and the team. My wife even said it looked like kids playing. It was sloppy and uninspired all the way around. Has Sean Payton lost control of his team?
Only the Atlanta Falcons have given up more yards per game than the New Orleans Saints this year. The worst part is that the defense seems to fold at the end of games. Will Sean Peyton go on like this?
When we were looking at the New Orleans Saints defense in weeks one and two ... none of us thought that unit would be producing a "Defensive Player of the Week." It would seem that the Saints defense is jelling and this award to Junior Galette is a very good sign.
New Orleans Head Coach Sean Payton does not like to talk about the status of players who have injuries. He does not want to give information to opposing teams. We all understand that; but we want to know what's going on with Jimmy Graham.
"Keep your faith in the black and gold / don't jump on bandwagons," warns this New Orleans Saints-loving song, a parody of Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass." Fine words to live by for the diehards.