Come get your overreactions from the New Orleans Saints 31-3 clunkfest against the Denver Broncos. The New Orleans Saints won a clunker of a game on Sunday afternoon when the team defeated a quarterback-less Denver Broncos.
The New Orleans Saints got the win in Denver on Sunday afternoon as they managed to route the Broncos to a final score of 31 to 3. The Saints’ defense paved the way for a New Orleans victory as they forced seven punts, forced three turnovers, and allowed just a single completed pass.
The New Orleans Saints demolished the quarterback-less Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon, here are two winners and losers from that game. The New Orleans Saints walked into Denver knowing that this game could get out of hand quickly.
A win is a win in the NFL. It wasn’t pretty, but it goes down in the records books just the same. The New Orleans Saints beat the Denver Broncos 31-3 behind another dominant performance from the New Orleans Defense.
The New Orleans Saints led the way to victory against a quarterback-less Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon. The New Orleans Saints have now won eight straight games to bring their season record to 9-2.
Then Sean Payton called and demanded Bush be a Saint The story about a recent interview by Kevin Hart regarding Reggie Bush’s impending arrival to the New Orleans Saints is fascinating to say the least.
Today’s game, if you can even call it that, was one of the weirdest byproducts of 2020 thus far. Well, that was a game that occurred. The New Orleans Saints transported back to 1960s football and advanced to 9-2 with their Week 12 31-3 win over the quarterback-less Denver Broncos - their first at Mile High Stadium since 1994.
Running back Latavius Murray proved his worth to the New Orleans Saints’ organization on Sunday with a monster performance against Denver. The New Orleans Saints took their seven-game winning streak to Colorado in Week 12 to play the Denver Broncos.
The New Orleans Saints added their eighth straight win in an ugly demolition of the broken down Denver Broncos to keep the lead in the NFC. The New Orleans Saints walked into Denver knowing that this game could get out of hand quickly.
Saints win for the first time since the 90s in Denver. First Half The QB-less Broncos are going to start out with Philip Lindsay in the wildcat. Kendall Hinton comes in on 3rd and short and has to throw the ball away.
Former Atlanta Falcons receiver Roddy White poked the bear known as the New Orleans Saints, and it didn’t go well for him. White, just like a number of others in the NFL world, assumed that the Falcons would go into New Orleans and emerge victorious, given that Taysom Hill was making his first-ever NFL start.