3 Reasons 2012 Hasn't Been a Complete Loss for New Orleans Saints

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3 Reasons 2012 Hasn't Been a Complete Loss for New Orleans Saints
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After the beating the New Orleans Saints handed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 15, the Saints still have the smallest chance to make the playoffs; they just need a miracle to happen.

The Saints would need to win out and have the rest of the teams in the NFL wild-card playoff hunt to lose all their games. The New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings need to lose the remainder of their games, but, also, the Saints need the Rams to lose at least once in order to claim the No. 6 spot in the playoffs.

Like I said: a miracle.

Compared to the past few years, this season can be chalked up to be a disappointing one for the Saints and Who Dat nation. The Saints' 2012 season was not for the faint of heart, and while the Saints do have a slim chance at making the playoffs, some Saints fans have already packed it in for the season. But, before you do, Saints fans, let's look at a few reasons why this season hasn't been a complete loss for the team.

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