Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Baltimore beat our butts "a little bit"

One thing you could notice in our game with the Baltimore Ravens was the interceptions. They benefitted from them, turning two into TDs. We didn't seem to quite pull them off, as when Scott Fujita was about to grab a pass from Steven McNair that was intended for Todd Heap. When Jason Craft touched the ball, all that did was tip it to Heap.

Fujita's summary of the game was, "It was a combination of them kind of beating our butt a little bit and us not getting any breaks." Sounds accurate. At least the Saints never gave up; we improved the halftime score where we were down 28-7 to the final 35-22. After taking down both the Atlanta Falcons and the Philidelphia Eagles, the Baltimore birds owed us a little payback.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

time once again

Whew, after a busy busy 2 weeks i have a little time to blog once again. So we beat Philly. It goes to show that birds cannot fly as high as Saints. First the Falcons and now the Eagles and both got grounded. Bye week almost over. I hope the guys are getting ready for Baltimore. the 5-1 record is impressive but lets make it 6-1. Go Gold!

Friday, October 13, 2006

R-E-G-G-I-E !

One thing I did not mention in my last blog is how The Great Reggie Bush scored the game winning touchdown against The Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It was Reggie's 100th career touchdown. Congratulations are due sir, congratualtions are due.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Hometown Huddle

The New Orleans Saints. Yes my Black and Gold are strong and bold this season with a victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. The teams record now stands at 4-1 for the season. The team did find time to break away from the field today and help thier community with another Hometown Huddle. Quarterback Drew Brees and crew are teaming p with The United Way and helping with landscaping and painting at The Priestly School for Architecture and Contruction. Let's hope they keep thier head in the game as they face off against the Philidelphia Eagles on the 15th before they get the bye week to rest.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

The Saints go Marching in

NFL regular season once again! First off congratulations are due from everyone to The Big Easy. The swampland, Jazztown, The French Quarter, you know what I am talking about. I speak of The Mighty Mississippi, Canal Street, and St. Charles Place. It's New Orleans baby! and you can hear The Saints marching in. Proud to once again play on the gridiron at The Louisiana Superdome. Football Fans from across America purchased ticket quantities never seen before at the now legendary venue for the New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons game. The Saints coming into the game with a 2-0 record were favored to win the match. I only wish i could have been there in person. At least Fox Sports let me see all the action. These 2 NFC south rivals were the first sport team in over a year to set foot in the venue that will forever live in history since it was used as a shelter to safely house New Orleans residents during the now infamous storm. The Falcons flew home to The Georgia Dome after a crushing loss to the Saints. Final score Home Team 23, Visitors 3.

Sunday, October 01, 2006

New Orleans Saints' Streak Ended By Panthers

My New Orleans team may be the Saints, but they don't work miracles all the time. Still, three wins in a row was an great start to the season, and we're going to see lots more! After all, today we were playing at the home of a team some NFL watchers have predicted to go to the Super Bowl. (Even I am not expecting THAT miracle from the Saints this year.)

I was proud of how we held our own through the first three quarters and battled back in the 4th. Loved Marques Colston's 86-yard answer to the Panthers' DeShaun Foster's 43-yard TD! Plus the 2 point conversion, Drew Brees to Joe Horn. Minor miracles even if we couldn't pull off the major one. New Orleans Saints 18, Carolina Panthers 21 -- sad, but hardly tragic.