New Orleans, Louisiana Must Be Having One Hell Of a Party..

Adam SantosContributor IFebruary 8, 2010

MIAMI GARDENS, FL - FEBRUARY 07:  Drew Brees #9 of the New Orleans Saints reacts after being sacked by Dwight Freeney #93 of the Indianapolis Colts during Super Bowl XLIV on February 7, 2010 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.  (Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)
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New Orleans Saints took Manning and those Colts to the Glue Factory where they belong. While listen to the so called, "Analyst." tell everyone that the Indianapolis Colts most likely will win the Super Bowl because of their knight in the shiny White helmet, Peyton Manning

I will not disagree by the time Peyton Manning's career is over he will most likely break every single record in that position, but what I saw was a team that was to much up in high with cocky persona thinking it was all theirs because they have been there once. Now, watching NFL Network, ESPN and all local networks kept mentioning Peyton Manning this and Manning that, No one ever replied or knowledge the Colts as a single entry of a team but in fact that the team is Manning himself. 

When They mention New Orleans Saints, they always mention them as a team a unit. As far as I know they never picked one player and focus on them through the whole time up until the Super Bowl. Drew Brees was a real MVP on that Super Sunday showing that Manning is a overrated player for that season and Drew Brees should of won that MVP award this season but was deny by the bias system in the NFL. 

When I sat in my parents living room screaming to no return for the Saints to win my son who is only one years old cry when Reggie Wayne caught a pass by Peyton Manning but right after that Interception by CB Porter of the Saints scored a touchdown in that game to basically steal the fate of the Colts when my son was so excited after the touchdown I was thinking to myself, "Hmmm interesting at a young age he already knows who to cheer for." 

My biggest worry is this a one hit wonder?, can this great and athletic team climb the mountain again or will they be forever remembered as that team that came and went. 

Time will show this and for the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana and that franchise it rightly so belong to the right team a true "destiny" well given.