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Aug 20, 2017
TBA
PARKING: NFL Preseason: Los Angeles Chargers vs. New Orleans Saints
Aug 20, 2017
TBA
Aug 20, 2017
Sun, 5:00 PM
NFL Preseason: Los Angeles Chargers vs. New Orleans Saints
Aug 20, 2017
Sun, 5:00 PM
Aug 26, 2017
TBA
PARKING: NFL Preseason: New Orleans Saints vs. Houston Texans
Aug 26, 2017
TBA
Aug 26, 2017
Sat, 7:00 PM
NFL Preseason: New Orleans Saints vs. Houston Texans
Aug 26, 2017
Sat, 7:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
,
LA
Aug 31, 2017
TBA
PARKING: NFL Preseason: New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens
Aug 31, 2017
TBA
Aug 31, 2017
Thu, 7:00 PM
NFL Preseason: New Orleans Saints vs. Baltimore Ravens
Aug 31, 2017
Thu, 7:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
,
LA
Sep 11, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints
Sep 11, 2017
TBA
Sep 11, 2017
Mon, 6:10 PM
Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints
Sep 11, 2017
Mon, 6:10 PM
US Bank Stadium
Minneapolis
,
MN
Sep 16, 2017
TBA
New Orleans Saints Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)
Sep 16, 2017
TBA
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
,
LA
Sep 17, 2017
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PARKING: New Orleans Saints vs. New England Patriots
Sep 17, 2017
TBA
Sep 17, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
New Orleans Saints vs. New England Patriots
Sep 17, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
,
LA
Sep 24, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints
Sep 24, 2017
TBA
Sep 24, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Carolina Panthers vs. New Orleans Saints
Sep 24, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Bank Of America Stadium
Charlotte
,
NC
Sep 30, 2017
TBA
Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints - Packages & Hospitality
Sep 30, 2017
TBA
Wembley Stadium
London
,
Oct 01, 2017
Sun, 2:30 PM
Miami Dolphins vs. New Orleans Saints
Oct 01, 2017
Sun, 2:30 PM
Wembley Stadium
London
,
Oct 15, 2017
TBA
PARKING: New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit Lions
Oct 15, 2017
TBA
Oct 15, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
New Orleans Saints vs. Detroit Lions
Oct 15, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
,
LA
Oct 22, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints
Oct 22, 2017
TBA
Oct 22, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints
Oct 22, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
Lambeau Field
Green Bay
,
WI
Oct 29, 2017
TBA
PARKING: New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears
Oct 29, 2017
TBA
Oct 29, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
New Orleans Saints vs. Chicago Bears
Oct 29, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
,
LA
Nov 05, 2017
TBA
PARKING: New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Nov 05, 2017
TBA
Nov 05, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
New Orleans Saints vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Nov 05, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
,
LA
Nov 12, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Buffalo Bills vs. New Orleans Saints
Nov 12, 2017
TBA
New Era Field Parking Lots
Orchard Park
,
NY
Nov 12, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
Buffalo Bills vs. New Orleans Saints
Nov 12, 2017
Sun, 1:00 PM
New Era Field
Orchard Park
,
NY
Nov 19, 2017
TBA
PARKING: New Orleans Saints vs. Washington Redskins
Nov 19, 2017
TBA
Nov 19, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
New Orleans Saints vs. Washington Redskins
Nov 19, 2017
Sun, 12:00 PM
Mercedes-Benz Superdome
New Orleans
,
LA
Nov 26, 2017
TBA
PARKING: Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints
Nov 26, 2017
TBA
Nov 26, 2017
Sun, 1:05 PM
Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints
Nov 26, 2017
Sun, 1:05 PM
Dec 03, 2017
TBA
PARKING: New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers
Dec 03, 2017
TBA
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The New Orleans Saints, often referred to as the “Aints” for their un-luckiness, came into NFL in 1967, shortly before the 1970 NFL-AFL merger. After the merger, the Saints were assigned to the NFC in the new format. Throughout their history, the Saints have called just two buildings home. From 1967-1974 they played at Tulane Stadium. In 1975, they moved into their current home, the Louisiana Superdome, now referred to as the “Mercedes-Benz Superdone”.

Until the mid-2000’s the Saints were one of the league’s least successful teams, and even were even considered for relocation at one point. Up until that point in time, the Saints had won their division just twice, and had made the playoffs just five times. In the mid-2000’s things began to change. Drew Brees arrived via free agency and Sean Payton became the new head coach. Since those two things happened, the Saints have been on of the NFL’s more successful teams, winning their division three times, making the playoffs five times, and winning the Super Bowl in 2009.

The best way to describe the current state of the New Orleans Saints could be “adhaesit in praeteritis,” which is Latin for “stuck in the past.” Indeed the Saints appear to be stuck in the past at the moment, specifically 2009. Everybody else outside of the Saints organization itself realizes this is an old, overpaid, underachieving team that is about two years past due for a complete rebuild. But, with the way they went about their business this offseason, one would think they believe they are a Super Bowl team. They signed aging running back Adrian Peterson on April 26th after lengthy contract negotiations. The Peterson signing makes no sense as what they have is better than Peterson at this point of his career. They should have spent the months leading up to the draft trading some of their older players, which they didn't. They did however trade disgruntled wide receiver Brandon Cooks to the New England Patriots for their first round draft choice.

In the draft, experts weren't exactly sure what they were trying to accomplish. They did upgrade the defense with cornerback Marshon Lattimore in round one. With the first round selection they acquired in the Brandon Cooks trade, they drafted Wisconsin offensive tackle Ryan Ramczyk. In round two they drafted safety Marcus Williams from Utah. After some wheeling and dealing, the Saints ended up with three third round draft choices which they used on Tennessee running back Alvin Kamara(Somebody really must not like Mark Ingram anymore within that organization), inside linebacker Alex Anzalone from Florida, and defensive end Trey Hendrickson from Florida Atlantic. This appears to be a team thinking it is gearing up for a Super Bowl Run. Sadly, the team is unlikely to hit that lofty goal this February.

Yes, the Saints have had a nice long run of success. However, as the old saying goes, Father Time waits for nobody. Drew Brees is 36 years old, and isn’t getting any younger. In fact, Brees has started to show some signs of age as of late. Compile that in with some bad decisions made personnel wise, and you have the Saints on the end of their run.

The New Orleans Saints were founded back in 1966 during the NFL's prime years of expansion, the 1960's and 1970's. The way the Saints came into existence is one of the more “interesting” stories in sports history. Originally crafted by an American businessman named Dave Dixon, the Saints formed after a backroom, politically motivated, deal between Pete Rozelle, and U.S. Congressmen Hale Boggs. Boggs was actually the House Majority Whip at the time, and U.S. Senator Russell Long, was the Senate Majority Whip at the time. It involved the AFL-NFL merger, and placed a team in New Orleans. With that, the New Orleans Saints came into existence. Throughout their history they have had two buildings as their home field. First, they played at Tulane Stadium from 1967-1974. In 1975, they began play at what is now called the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The Saints have not exactly been known as one of the NFL's more successful teams since their inception, but there have been bright spots as of late. Throughout their history the Saints have made the playoffs just 10 times, most recently in 2013. The Saints have won their division just five times, most recently in 2011. They have won the NFC just one time, in 2009, and that was also their lone Super Bowl win. That did not come without scandal though, as several of the coaches and players, including head coach Sean Payton, were suspended, Payton in fact for the entire season for illegally paying players to try to hurt other teams players.

Saints Look Back at 2015 and Forward to New Season

Currently, the Saints are an older team that many say are past due for a complete rebuild. Drew Brees is aging fast, and he takes up a large part of the Saints salary cap space. Speaking of, the Saints payroll situation is bad. Look for a restructure in the near future. In 2015, the team had to face the red hot Cardinals in game one of the season. They went down in flames, 31-19. Two weeks later, they had a close game against the Panthers, but came away as losers. They went on to win the next three of four games, before going on a four game losing streak. In 2016, the team will face an uphill battle, with two division opponents looking as strong as ever.

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