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New Orleans Saints 2022 in Review
The Saints 2022 season ended with a 7-10 overall record. They managed victories against the Raiders, Rams, Falcons, Browns, and Eagles. They beat the Seahawks on October 9, by a final score of 39-32. In the game against the Raiders, the Saints shut Las Vegas out 24-0. The Saints benched Jameis Winston after his back injuries got the best of him. Andy Dalton took over as starting quarterback early in 2022. He threw for 18 touchdowns with nine interceptions. Juwan Johnson had a big year for the Saints. He had 42 receptions and scored seven touchdowns.
In 2022, the Saints took on their divisional opponents and also the Cleveland Browns, Philadelphia Eagles, and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Saints 2021 Season Recap
The 2021 season for the New Orleans Saints was the first without Drew Brees as starting quarterback. The team finished the season with Trevor Siemian as the starter when Jameis Winston went down with a season-ending injury. Winston signed a one-year deal with the Saints, so he'll likely be moving on to another team in 2022.
Taysom Hill stepped in for seven games, sharing the final game at quarterback with Siemian. In 2021, there were moments of brilliance. The Saints opened the season by defeating the Packers 38-3. They defeated the Buccaneers twice, Seahawks, and the Falcons. They came close to a Wild Card spot in the playoffs, mostly on the backs of their defense.
In 2022, the team will need to decide whether to offer Jameis Winston a contract. He started playing better football, keeping the touchdown to interception ratio down. He made good decisions about when to run vs. pass. His ACL injury is healing well. Will Saints fans want to see Teddy Bridgewater as the starter? He did play well for the Saints in 2019, but the offensive line would have to protect him better in 2022. The Saints will need to address their needs at wide receiver. They will most likely draft one early, but they will still need to pick up a free agent such as Zach Pascal, JuJu Smith-Schuster, or A.J. Green.
Saints Early Team History
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 to 1974 they played at Tulane Stadium. In 1975, they moved into their current home, the Louisiana Superdome, now referred to as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Until the mid-2000 the Saints were one of the league’s least successful teams and even were 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-2000s 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 one of the NFL’s more successful teams, winning their division three times, making the playoffs five times, and winning the Super Bowl in 2009.
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. 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 left at the end of their run. 2015 will probably be the Saints last hurrah as is.