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Old 01-01-2007, 10:49 AM   #1
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New Orleans Saints Playoff Thread

Well, the regular season is over. Saints are in the playoffs. A team that played way beyond expectations. Finds itself in the number 2 slot in the NFC.

A situation they have never been in before. They have been to the playoffs a hand full of times in their history. But they have only won ONE playoff game ever.

When it comes to the Saints, I'm a bit superstitious, and don't like to talk about such things as playoffs. But I can barely contain my excitement for this years' team.

Next weekend is the wild card playoffs, so the Saints and the Chicago Bears have that weekend off, while they await to see who their opponents will be come the following weekend.

In the mean time I hope to use this thread to post any new Updates regarding the Saints and their playoff hopes. I invite all our local Saints fans to jump in with their support.

WHO DAT!

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NEW ORLEANS -- Any questions about how the Saints were approaching Sunday's regular season finale were answered about 40 minutes before kickoff when backup quarterback Jamie Martin could be seen warming up in earnest.

All-pro quarterback Drew Brees was nowhere to be seen, opting to remain in the locker room until shortly before kickoff against the Carolina Panthers at the Superdome.

That was clearly a sign of both how unimportant this game was to the Saints and how little New Orleans coach Sean Payton planned on playing Brees.

That the Panthers beat the Saints 31-21 was no of more significance than the outcome of a preseason game since New Orleans had clinched the NFC South title and a No. 2 seed in the playoffs before hand.

Yes, the Saints finished the season at 10-6 instead of 11-5. So what?
Full Story - Healthy Saints turn eyes toward postseason

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