Found November 19, 2012 on NESN.com:
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As Louis Armstrong began belting out the sweet sounds of “When the Saints Go Marching In” on his brass trumpet for the first time back in the 1930s, he wasn’t paying tribute to a football team — especially seeing as the franchise wasn’t even established until 1967. And in the first few weeks of the 2012, there was little question about which direction the football Saints would be marching this season. But there have been some big moves in the Big Easy of late, and the once eulogized Saints are now on the cusp of contention yet again. After an 0-4 start to the season, the Saints looked more primed for a trip to the dumpster than the playoffs. The Bountygate scandal had cost them more than just some key coaches and players. The Saints had lost their way. Now, just seven weeks later and a little more than halfway through this same 2012 season, the Saints are the Saints once more. Riding a three-game winning streak and going 5-1 stretch over their last six games, the Saints have not onl...
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