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Only the New Orleans Saints (with a franchise record of 2-0), Baltimore Ravens (2-0), Houston Texans (2-0 after beating Detroit in 2020) and the Carolina Panthers (1-0) are undefeated in Thanksgiving games. New Orleans put their perfection on the line in 2021 when they host the Bills in the late game…

New Orleans Saints Betting News for January 2022

Unpacking Future Packers: No. 88, LSU LB Damone Clark

Unpacking Future Packers: No. 88, LSU LB Damone Clark

The Green Bay Packers have seen what an impact linebacker can do for a defense. De’Vondre Campbell earned All-Pro honors this season after recording 146 tackles, two sacks, and two interceptions.

Jan 25packerswire.usatoday.com
Saints owner Gayle Benson responds to Sean Payton rumors: 'Who knows?'

Saints owner Gayle Benson responds to Sean Payton rumors: 'Who knows?'

Sean Payton hasn't committed to returning to the team next season. He's considering taking a year off from coaching and moving into broadcasting. Front Office Sports reports Fox Sports is interested in hiring him as a replacement for Troy Aikman. The Saints finished the season at 9-8 and failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2016. Payton has three years remaining on his contract with New Orleans and would collect about $45 million if he completes the deal.

Jan 24sportingnews.com
What are the chances Sean Payton leaves the Saints? One sportsbook has changed its odds.

What are the chances Sean Payton leaves the Saints? One sportsbook has changed its odds.

Sean Payton is the New Orleans Saints' coach for the 2022 season. The offshore sportsbook Sportsbetting.ag released odds Monday morning on whether he would remain the coach. Gayle Benson, the Saints owner, said she doesn't know if he will stay.

Jan 24nola.com
5 fixes for the Patriots in 2022: No. 5

5 fixes for the Patriots in 2022: No. 5

The Patriots are rebuilding their team. They are trying to grow from a playoff team to a title contender. The Herald will unveil a daily fix for the Patriots this week.

Jan 24bostonherald.com
Josh Allen Sticks Up for the No. 1 Buffalo Bills Defense With No Pro Bowl Players: 'It is a Little Mind-Boggling'

Josh Allen Sticks Up for the No. 1 Buffalo Bills Defense With No Pro Bowl Players: 'It is a Little Mind-Boggling'

Buffalo Bills defense has been stellar this season. However, the team doesn't get the respect it deserves from NFL fans and national media.

Jan 23sportscasting.com
Saints make surprising pick in Mel Kiper's first 2022 mock draft

Saints make surprising pick in Mel Kiper's first 2022 mock draft

Saints make a surprising pick in Mel Kiper's first mock draft of the 2022 NFL Draft. Pittsburgh quarterback Kenny Pickett is picked at No. 18 overall. He threw for 4,319 yards and 42 touchdowns with the Panthers in 2021. The quarterback class as a whole isn't the most impressive.

Jan 23whodatdish.com
2022 NFL Draft: Analyst has 12 former SEC players as first-round picks, including No. 1 overall

2022 NFL Draft: Analyst has 12 former SEC players as first-round picks, including No. 1 overall

2022 NFL Draft: Analyst has 12 former SEC players as first-round picks, including No. 1 overall to the Jaguars. Georgia has 5 first round picks projected, while Alabama has 2.

Jan 22saturdaydownsouth.com
Jaguars make unexpected choice at No. 1 in recent mock draft

Jaguars make unexpected choice at No. 1 in recent mock draft

Jaguars make unexpected choice at No. 1 in recent mock draft. Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux, Alabama offensive tackle Evan Neal, and Michigan defensive End Aidan Hutchinson are entrenched as the top 3 prospects ahead of the 2022 NFL Draft. Charles Cross of Mississippi State is the second-best overall grade in the SEC last season.

Jan 21blackandteal.com
Saints mailbag: What are the offseason priorities? Who could be a cap casualty?

Saints mailbag: What are the offseason priorities? Who could be a cap casualty?

The Saints are going to have an estimated $60 million to cut in salary-cap space this offseason. The team is in flux, but the priority is to address the quarterback position. Sean Payton's future is uncertain, so the team needs to focus on adding playmakers. The Athletic subscribers sent in their questions about the Saints. They asked about their priorities and future plans.

Jan 21theathletic.com

New Orleans Saints Game Schedule 2022: (20 games)

Monday, 23 Aug: Jacksonville Jaguars vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 19 Sep: New Orleans Saints vs Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium

Sunday, 03 Oct: New York Giants vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 31 Oct: Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Thursday, 25 Nov: Buffalo Bills vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Monday, 27 Dec: Miami Dolphins vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 09 Jan: New Orleans Saints vs Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Saturday, 14 Aug: New Orleans Saints vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Saturday, 28 Aug: Arizona Cardinals vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 12 Sep: Green Bay Packers vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 26 Sep: New Orleans Saints vs New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium

Sunday, 10 Oct: New Orleans Saints vs Washington Football Team at FedExField

Monday, 25 Oct: New Orleans Saints vs Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field

Sunday, 07 Nov: Atlanta Falcons vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 14 Nov: New Orleans Saints vs Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium

Sunday, 21 Nov: New Orleans Saints vs Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field

Thursday, 02 Dec: Dallas Cowboys vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 12 Dec: New Orleans Saints vs New York Jets at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 19 Dec: New Orleans Saints vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: Carolina Panthers vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

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The New Orleans Saints

For so many areas in the American South, the 1960s was a glorious era of expansion that brought top-level professional football to longtime adoring areas of Dallas, Miami, Atlanta and New Orleans. The New Orleans Saints began play in 1967 with a dyed-in-the-wool fanbase full of optimism and a fight song built right in.

Unfortunately, the key missing ingredient – winning – soon became painfully apparent. It took a full 12 seasons before New Orleans would witness the majesty of a .500 season in 1979. The Saints wouldn’t notch their first record of better than .500 and the playoffs until ’87 and wouldn’t get a playoff win until 2000. In fact, with the wild-game win, the Saints became the 30th of the then 30 NFL teams to win a postseason game.

The original coining of the sobriquet “The Ain’ts” to describe New Orleans’s football team is lost to history, but the term likely stretches back to the 1970s.

The season of 2000 was soon thereafter resembling an anomaly: The next four seasons had the team finishing between 7-9 and 9-7 every year. And then real disaster.

Hurricane Katrina hit during the preseason to 2005 NFL season and the Saints were forced to evacuate the New Orleans area in August. Due to the use of the Superdome during the storm’s aftermath as an emergency shelter, the facility was rendered essentially unplayable for ’05. That season, the Saints played just seven “home” games (as opposed to the customary eight), with three held in San Antonio and four in Baton Rouge, the first occasions for both sites to host regular-season NFL games.

But in 2006, the Saints played out a redemption story to inspire their home city. Free agent QB Drew Brees came over from the San Diego Chargers, Sean Payton was hired as head coach, and RB Reggie Bush was taken at no. 2 overall in the draft. The team not only flipped the 3-13 of ‘05 into a 13-3 in ’06, the Saints in their 40th season finally won the Super Bowl, topping the favored Indianapolis Colts of Peyton Manning. Since then – “Bountygate” scandal aside – Saints fans have finally been able to enjoy seeing their players on the right side of a highlight clip once in a while.

However, one can’t help but wonder if the Saints’ most egregious loss in the divisional round of the playoffs following the 2017 season wasn’t the beginning of the end for the salad days of Peyton and Brees … and what will become of the Saints then?

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