With 11 games decided by a touchdown or less, the opening weekend of the NFL regular season was everything we hoped it would be.
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Coming off a 7-9 season in 2015, the New Orleans Saints are looking to push the pace on both offense and defense.
Contract issue? What contract issue? Drew Brees has better things to think about while going through offseason workouts with the New Orleans Saints than his long-term future with the team. “I’m not worrying about it one shred,” the quarterback told … Continued
The first day of free agency was a frantic one, as general managers threw cash around like they were making it rain and players bolted to the highest bidders like they were Scrooge McDuck diving into a pool of money. … Continued
The New Orleans Saints were once the laughingstock of the NFL, a franchise in a perpetual state of mediocrity – and that’s putting it nicely. They didn’t earn a playoff win until the 2000 postseason, and were hardly competitive in … Continued
Congratulations. If you’re reading this post you’re either in that elite minority of people who survived the battle royale that is the fantasy football regular season, or, conversely, you’re in that pedestrian majority that struck out and missed the playoffs … Continued
SiriusXM NFL Radio‘s 2015 Training Camp Tour moved on ahead, this time making stops around the NFC South, and this is what they learned: Atlanta Falcons Owner Arthur Blank isn’t worried about the team’s ability to negotiate a contract extension with star … Continued
The New Orleans Saints made a major move at the start of the week – major being the understatement of the offseason – dealing prized tight end Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks. Graham’s now former quarterback, Drew Brees, was … Continued
UPDATE (12/15): Thanks to everyone who voted! Find out the winner during SiriusXM Fantasy Sports Radio’s “The Year in Fantasy Sports” special premiering December 24th at 7pm ET on Sirius 210 and XM 87! ************************ It’s been quite an interesting … Continued
The Philadelphia Eagles, Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals – the NFC’s divisional leaders in the East, North and West – own a combined five losses through 27 games. The NFC South-leading New Orleans Saints have five losses through nine games. New … Continued