If everything the Titans are saying about the Saints after their 22-17 loss to them on Sunday is true, New Orleans was not exactly playing nice. Earlier, we told you how receiver Nate Washington was accusing Roman Harper of being a dirty player and claiming the Titans knew the Saints would be chippy heading into [...]
Drew Brees had a sluggish first half but turned it on in the second to lead the Saints to a 22-17 win over Tennessee.
Brees finished with 337 yards and 2 TDs, with both TDs and 181 yards coming after halftime. Chris Ivory had only 53 yards on 13 carries. Marques Colston was the flavor of the week among the Saint receiving corps, finishing with 7 catches for 105 yards...
Gameday is here and it is the first noon kickoff the Saints have seen since week ten. The Saints go on the road to face the Tennessee Titans, another team fighting for a playoff spot. It should be a little bit on the cold side in Nashville for today’s game, so let’s see how the Saints play outside of their comfort zone. It will be a great game as the Saints look to get...
I for one fully agree that it’s a total cop out to blame the refs for what your team does or doesn’t do in a close game. With that said the officiating crew for Sunday’s Titans/Saints game on Sunday can suck it and all of you know exactly why.
The dramatic, final moments of that game don’t tell the full tale of the pain we Saints fans endured and neither does the score....
Drew Brees threw two touchdown passes to Marques Colston in the fourth quarter to lead the New Orleans Saints to their fifth straight victory with a 22-17 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday The NFC South-leading Saints (10-3) had little trouble picking up yards, but struggled to score until Brees and Colston connected on passes of 35 and 28 yards.
Drew Brees threw two touchdown passes to Marques Colston in the fourth quarter to lead the New Orleans Saints to their fifth straight victory with a 22-17 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday
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