1. New Orleans' Jonathan Vilma Knows the N.Y. Jets, Saints D Dying to Meet Them

    New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan looks to give his former New York Jet teammates a rude welcome when the Jets visit the Superdome on Sunday...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about 5 years ago 519 reads 4 comments

  2. New Orleans Saints' Win Over Bills Their Most Impressive of The Season

    Who Dat?! Who Dat?! Who Dat say they gonna run the ball with authority, play great defense, and win on the road despite a sub-par game from Drew Brees?! The Saints? Really?! They did just that as they defeated the Buffalo Bills 27-7 to move to 3-0...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about 5 years ago 934 reads 11 comments

  3. Saints-Bills: Three Keys To a New Orleans Win at Buffalo

    How do you like me now? That has got to be the New Orleans Saints' attitude in regards to the national media and non-Saints fans after their 2-0 start...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about 5 years ago 792 reads 2 comments

  4. Don't Overlook This Player When Talking About the New Orleans Saints

    Devery Henderson, for the vast majority of his career, has been a "yeah, but..." "Yeah, Devery's got great speed, but he runs poor routes...

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  5. New Orleans Saints Pluck Eagles on the Road, Move to 2-0

    All week long, the New Orleans Saints heard the noise. The only reason they were able to score 45 points in week one is because they were playing the Detroit Lions at home. No way they'd be able to match that on the road against the Philadelphia Eagles...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about 5 years ago 915 reads 23 comments

  6. Saints-Eagles: Three Things New Orleans Must Do to Beat Philadelphia

    Both the New Orleans Saints and the Philadelphia Eagles came into the season surrounded by playoff expectations. They did nothing in week one to dispel those feelings as they defeated their opponents by a combined 46 points and forced 10 total turnovers.

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  7. Saints-Lions: Brees Tosses Six Touchdowns as Saints Tame Lions, 45-27

    Saints quarterback Drew Brees tied a career high with six touchdown passes as the New Orleans Saints defeated the Detroit Lions, 45-27. Brees tossed touchdowns to five different receivers, including two to tight end Jeremy Shockey...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 590 reads 6 comments

  8. Saints-Lions Preview: Five Questions For New Orleans Against Detroit

    The start of the regular season is upon us. Finally. It has been eight and a half months since the Saints have played a game that was worth something. Hopes are high in New Orleans because of Drew Brees and new defensive coordinator Gregg Williams...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 604 reads 8 comments

  9. Jordan Jefferson: LSU's Offense Will Go as Far as He Will Take It

    After the conclusion of LSU's victory over Washington to open the 2009 season, most of the commentary revolved around the inconsistent play of the defense and rightly so. The Tigers allowed nearly 300 yards in the first half alone...

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  10. College Football's National Champion Will Be One of These Seven Teams

    I am a big believer in the idea that if you want to predict the future, you have to use the past as your guide. Predicting winners is never an exact science...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 813 reads 7 comments

  11. College Football Helmet Stickers: BYU, OK State Earn Top Billing

    What an opening week for college football—and it's not even over yet! The football-loving world could not have asked for a much better first week. The week has shown that this college football season is going to be just as unpredictable as always...

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  12. New Orleans Saints Release Harrington and Spicer Among Others on Cut Day

    On Saturday, the New Orleans Saints reduced their roster size to the league-mandated maximum of 53 players. In order to reach the maximum, the Saints used three roster exemptions for suspended players Charles Grant, Will Smith, and Garrett Hartley...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 718 reads 1 comments

  13. Ducks Smoke Blount: Why Oregon Made the Right Call To Ban Its Top Running Back

    The University of Oregon announced Friday it had suspended senior running back LeGarrette Blount for the remainder of the season, including a potential bowl game. The suspension ends Blount's college career, since this was his last year of eligibility...

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  14. Countdown to Cut Down: Predicting the New Orleans Saints' Final Roster

    The decisions of a coach and a GM this week can make or break a young player's career. This Saturday can be labeled Black Saturday, as many young NFL hopefuls and aging veterans alike anxiously await their football fates...

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  15. Dominant Rushing Attack Helps New Orleans Saints Dispatch Texans, 38-14

    It appears as if the Saints have found their third running back. Mike Bell carried the ball 10 times for 100 yards, including a 46-yard touchdown run in the Saints 38-14 win over the Houston Texans...

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  16. New Orleans Saints Should Expect To Get a Good Test From Houston Texans

    The New Orleans Saints were given the day off Tuesday in order to travel to Houston. The Saints and the Texans are scheduled to participate in four inter-squad practices on Wednesday and Thursday ...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 467 reads 2 comments

  17. Saints' Starting Defense Strong In Preseason Win Over Bengals

    Jonathan Vilma started 2009 where he left off in 2008. The Saints' middle linebacker scooped up a fumble, intercepted a Carson Palmer pass, and totaled over 110 return yards in the first half against a talented Cincinnati Bengals offense...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 529 reads 1 comments

  18. New Orleans Saints To Work Out Linebackers Brooks and Smith

    Having already lost linebackers Dan Morgan (retirement) and Stanley Arnoux ( Achilles) for the season, the Saints are prepared to be without backup Mark Simoneau (triceps) for several weeks and maybe the whole season...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 437 reads 7 comments

  19. Five Observations from New Orleans Saints Camp

    The dawn of training camp brings with it many things. Hope. A sense of renewal and rejuvenation. A break from the monotony of baseball. A chance to see one's favorite football team in person...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 1,124 reads 10 comments

  20. Fleur-De-Lis Fever | Unsigned Rookies Threaten Training Camp Holdouts

    Eight teams have already begun training camp. Much of the rest of the NFL will begin training camp. So the question is, "When are all of the first round picks going to sign?" As of ...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 323 reads 2 comments

  21. It's My 139th Article...Now Bow Down and Kiss My Feet

    Oh man...where do I begin? I could tell you about all of the people that I have met through B/R, the family members that I have brought along as I tell them about my own articles, or the outlet B/R has provided for me...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 356 reads 22 comments

  22. Fantasy Football: Five Draft Rules To Live By

    I'm not here to give you a mock draft or a ranking of the best fantasy players. I'm here to give you a few simple rules to live by when trying to make smart fantasy football draft decisions. Rule No...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 647 reads 4 comments

  23. New Orleans Saints: Here's the Key to Winning the Division

    In the NFL, every game counts. Some just count more. Just ask the Arizona Cardinals. Or the San Diego Chargers. It is no coincidence that every team that at least tied for the best record within their own division won the division...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 399 reads 4 comments

  24. Top Five NFL Units: Wide Receivers

    Loud. Controversial. "Me" Players. Prima Donnas These words are often used to describe the wide receivers. Sometimes these descriptions are well-warrented...

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  25. Why It Doesn't Matter Who Starts at Cornerback For The New Orleans Saints

    A depth chart can tell a story. It can tell us which players have impressed at camp, and which players are in the coach's doghouse. Which players we can expect to see on the field and which players will be riding the bench...

    Paul Augustin, Jr. Written by Paul Augustin, Jr. about over 5 years ago 456 reads 5 comments