1. Re-Establishing Home Dominanace Key to New Orleans Saints' Bounce-Back

    In 2011, the newly christened Mercedes-Benz Superdome was, without question, the scariest place to play in the entire NFL . The New Orleans Saints finished last season with a 9-0 record and averaged 41...

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  2. New Orleans Week 3: Keys to Victory over Kansas City Chiefs

    The New Orleans Saints had an endless amount of distractions heading into the 2012 season, whether it was Bounty-Gate and the suspensions of head coach Sean Payton and defensive captain ...

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  3. Saints-Raiders: Things To Look for in New Orleans' Third Preseason Game

    The New Orleans Saints have won their first two preseason games of the year in impressive fashion, and they are flying high going into their third game. On Aug. 29, the Saints play the Oakland Raiders in the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum...

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  4. Jason David Starts Off on Wrong Foot in Preseason Opener

    Heading into Friday’s preseason opener against the Cincinnati Bengals, all eyes were on the Saints defense to see how much it had improved after finishing 23rd and 30th in pass defense over the past two seasons, respectively...

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  5. New Orleans Saints' Matchup Advantages and Disadvantages for 2009

    This slideshow will go through each of the Saints games this season and review the position matchups that the Saints should look forward to taking advantage of ahd the ones they should start worrying about...

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  6. Top 10 NFL Prospects Coming Out of the SEC in 2010

    This is a list of the top-10 NFL prospects coming out of the SEC this year. Not necessarily the best 10 players in the conference. This list indicates who will be the highest rated prospects by the time the 2010 NFL Draft rolls around next year...

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  7. Position Battles Indicate Much-Needed Change On New Orleans Saints Defense

    NFL Training Camp is the first taste of competition that most football fans get before the new season starts. Especially this year in New Orleans Saints training camp, where Coach Sean Payton ...

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  8. LaFell in Position To Join All-Time LSU Greats This Season

    Some thought after the 2008-09 season, that it was a foregone conclusion, that LSU wide receiver Brandon LaFell would be leaving school early to declare for the draft...

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  9. Vick Should Decline NFL, Go to UFL

    Among all the people who pay attention to football, and some who don’t, conversation over the next few days will be whether or not NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will allow former Atlanta ...

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  10. Summer League Shows Promise For Hornets Upcoming Season

    Performing well in Summer League does not guarantee success when the real season starts, but it certainly gives the hope that their may be some promise...

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  11. Anthony Randolph Scores 42 In Summer League

    Former LSU standout and current Golden State Warrior forward Anthony Randolph tied the NBA Summer League’s record with 42 points in Tuesday’s 95-83 victory over the Chicago Bulls...

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  12. New Orleans Hornets Drop Second Straight Summer League Game

    The Hornets dropped their second straight Las Vegas Summer League Game 88-86, after being overpowered by the Clippers on the inside...

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  13. Looking to Deal Tyson Chandler, Hornets Lose Suns as a Trade Partner

    This offseason has been one filled with disappointment and missed opportunities for the New Orleans Hornets, and more of that came on Tuesday. The Hornets currently have the third highest payroll in the NBA with $78...

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  14. How Will The Ravens Replace Derrick Mason?

    With Derrick Mason shockingly announcing his retirement a few days ago, the Baltimore Ravens are in a very tough position heading into this season. This team has very high expectations after making a trip to the AFC Championship last season...

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  15. Hornets Fall to Spurs In First Summer League Game

    The Hornets completed their first game of the 2009 Las Vegas Summer League with a 92-86 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. New Orleansl got strong performances from the three big-name players on the roster...

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  16. UNO Won't Cut Any Athletic Programs

    University of New Orleans Chancellor Tim Ryan delivered some long-awaited good news to Privateer sports fans on Thursday...

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  17. Whom Should The Hornets Trade: Tyson Chandler Or David West?

    In 2007, David West and Tyson Chandler emerged as one of the best young power forward-center combos in the NBA. Chandler's rim-rattling dunks combined with West's feathery touch from mid-range gave teams in the NBA fits...

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  18. How Things Can Change So Quickly Over One Year for the Hornets

    Things can change very quickly in the NBA. At least that’s what Hornets fans have had to learn over the past year.Fourth of July weekend in 2008 was one of the most optimistic periods in Hornets' franchise history...

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