A lot of people will pin the loss on the Colston's fumble in overtime. That is unfair as a couple of touchdowns instead of field goals earlier in the game could have erased the overtime and given the Saints a victory over the Falcons in regulation. It did not work out that way.
The NFL decided a few years ago to start the NFL network. They basically made the network available to the highest bidder and satellite TV was the winner. The only way to get the NFL network was with Satellite TV. Now the NFL network is available on cable (for an extra charge.) That means this Thursday's Saints game on the NFL Network will not be available to anyone still watching TV using an ante
I have spent most of the last thirty years of my life in Lake Charles; but I have made a couple of side trips also. I did live in Baton Rouge for a while and had New Orleans Saints season tickets the year they won it all. There is one thing I remember about all of those games.
September 8th is a big day for Saints fans. It is the first regular season game with Sean Payton back as head coach. It is also a big game because the Saints will be taking on The Atlanta Falcons. The trash talk has begun and Sean Payton is adding his special touch...