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The Saints have their head coach and their heartbeat back in Sean Payton, so let the talking begin.
The Saints, who at times last season were an awful group to watch, now have their swagger back after starting this season 4-0.
New Orleans dismantled the Dolphins last, and outside linebacker Junior Galette essentially called Miami overrated after he made the comments that they aren’t as good as advertised.
“I just don’t feel that team was as good as everybody was saying they were,” Galette said. “We just abused the offensive line all game.”
Life must be lovely in the Nola now. The Genius, Sean Payton is back. Drew Brees is comfortable, and a Saints defense that was the worst in NFL history last season improved just enough to talk a little trash a season later.
Gotta love sports.
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Saints linebacker Junior Galette wasn’t very impressed with the Dolphins after Monday night’s blowout win at the Superdome.
“I just don’t feel that team was as good as everybody was saying they were,” Saints outside linebacker Junior Galette, who had one sack, said of Miami. “We just abused the offensive line all game.”
What Galette fails to realize is that his team...
Monday was a tough night for the previously undefeated Dolphins. Miami got worked on both sides of the ball -- and beaten 38-17 -- by the clearly superior Saints. But that doesn't mean New Orleans needs to rub it in.
That's precisely what breakout Saints linebacker Junior Galette did after the game though saying the Fins aren't "as good as everybody was saying"...
After Ralph's wife melts down over the Dolphins getting trucked, Andrew, Dave, and Kevin join in to recap the Saints 4-0 start. Andrew breaks down Junior Galette trolling the Dolphins a day after the beat down. Galette is Ralph's favorite player Twitter follow ever and Kevin dumps on Pete Prisco and IT IS AWESOME.
Dave tries to figure out if the Saints need to have...
The Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints meet on Monday night in a game of two teams who have begun the season 3-0.
Both the Saints and Dolphins entered the season looking for improvement. The Saints stumbled though the 2012 season without head coach Sean Payton while the Dolphins just missed out on the playoffs.
ESPN and WatchESPN will have coverage of this game beginning at 8...
Four games into Sean Payton's return from NFL exile, the Saints look a lot more like the 13-3 team he coached two seasons ago than the 7-9 team he was banned from associating with last year.
Drew Brees, with help from familiar targets Marques Colston, Darren Sproles and Jimmy Graham, is leading a quick-strike offense that has put up big numbers in consecutive lopsided victories...
When the NFL schedule was first released, tonight’s game in New Orleans between the visiting Dolphins and the home town Saints didn’t look like the greatest Monday night matchup. The Saints were getting Sean Payton back, but their defense was still suspect, and no one knew just what to make of the Miami Dolphins.
Now, the entire complexion of this game has changed. The Dolphins...
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Right now, I think the Saints are the 3rd best team in the NFL and could compete with Seattle or Denver on a neutral field. They are 3rd in the NFL in terms of moving the chains, doing so on 81% of chances. A strong offense is nothing new in New Orleans. Even with Sean Payton gone last year, the Saints were 4th in the NFL in points scored behind only the...
Week Four of the NFL regular season wraps up this evening with a matchup of two unbeaten teams. The Miami Dolphins will be facing off against the New Orleans Saints. The Dolphins are a surprising 3-0 while the Saints improved defense and the return of head coach Sean Payton have led to their early season success.
Saints QB Drew Brees is playing at high typical high level once again...
The Saints-Dolphins Monday Night Football’s broadcast featured an offensive outpouring by Sean Payton and Drew Brees, Jon Gruden working out and these close-up shots of the Saintsations (the Saints Cheerleaders).
The New Orleans Saints are doing all they can not to get caught up in their best start in four seasons.
If they are to remain undefeated Sunday, the Saints must end a three-game road skid against the Chicago Bears, who are looking to bounce back from their first loss.
A year ago, New Orleans (4-0) was winless through four games under interim coach Aaron Kromer as the bounty situation...
Admit it, Who Dat Nation. Even with the 3-0 start, you still felt a little…weird about declaring the Saints officially “back.” You needed a sign, nay, you needed an ass whooping of prime time, cry home to mama proportions, to really let you embrace that tingly oh so super feeling we had four years ago. Ladies and gentleman, that ass whooping has arrived.
The Miami Dolphins...