Saints Happy Hour Podcast: The Junior Galette Farewell Special

This week it’s ALL Junior Galette ALL the time! The boys discuss What was the funniest moment from Junior’s meltdown? What was his most interesting tweet? How the hell did he get elected defensive captain? Was Galette’s extension worst move by Loomis as GM? How less insane did Junior need to be to still be […]

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Saints Nation Podcast: Junior Galette insanity

-The guys talk about Junior being insane -the potential impact of his loss on the team -Brian sucks at editing on his birthday -Its the final offseason podcast Download this episode (right click and save)

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Ranking the NFC South Positional Groups: Linebackers

#1 Carolina: Fellow Saints Nation is of the opinion that Seattle’s Bobby Wagner is the leagues top middle linebacker, but I think a good case could be made for Luke Kuechly. While he does play behind one of the better interior lines in the NFL, he’s the glue that holds everything together. Few players in […]

NEW ORLEANS, LA - AUGUST 15:  Junior Galette #93 of the New Orleans Saints celebrates after a tackle during a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on August 15, 2014 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

Saints release Junior Galette

This is one we didn’t see coming now, but definitely eventually. Junior Galette is no longer a member of the New Orleans Saints. Confirmed by a couple media outlets:   The

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Ranking the NFC South Positional Groups: Defensive Line/Pass Rushers

Some of the players listed as outside linebackers don’t do very much in the way playing the linebacker position, so primary pass rushers will be grouped with the defensive line. #1 Carolina: A big reason for the success of the Panther’s defense has been the guys upfront. The combination of Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short […]


NFC South Final Offensive Ranking

#1 New Orleans: The Saints always finish near or at the top of the NFL in offense, and I don’t really see that changing. Even though they lost Jimmy Graham and Kenny Stills, their offensive line could be downright dominant this year. Outside of Cooks, the rest of the wide receiver are simply role players, […]

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Ranking the NFC South Positional Groups: Offensive Line

“The game is won in the trenches” the saying goes. The division as a whole was pretty terrible last year, and this positional group was one of the main culprits. While each team took steps in the off-season to shore up the unit, things still look shaky as a whole. #1 New Orleans: Last year […]


Podcast: Receivers Preview

The boys discuss the Saints receivers and answer important questions like ‘Why Does HBO’s True Detective Suck?’ Kevin goes on a Josh Hill rant well worth your time. Will the Morgan brothers save the Saints receiving corps? Thank God Training Camp starts next week! PS: Donate and the audio quality stays awesome and we have […]

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The Saints Nation Podcast: Falcons special featuring Andrew Juge

The guys are visited by a special guest: ‘the Don’ of Saints Nation himself Andrew Juge They discuss the Falcons offseason and their prospects going into next season. They take a look at the Saints roster and which players they most want to see…and who scares them the most. Brian mentions he went to Oregon […]


5 Players in training camp we most want to see

Training camp is less than two weeks away and that means that we are FINALLY going to get to start talking about actual football things. You should all be ecstatic about that because you will hear/read far less inane ramblings from myself and other bloggers who are desperately trying to maintain your attention. I am […]


New Orleans Saints Host Houston Texans For Least Expensive Preseason Game

The New Orleans Saints are not used to missing the playoffs since Sean Payton and Drew Brees have been paired together starting in 2006. It happened last season, though, mostly thanks to some very uncharacteristic struggles at home, leading to a disappointing 7-9 campaign for the club that won the Super Bowl only a handful […]


The All Time Saints team from 1967 to 1984

The Saints had their first .500 in 1979 at 8-8 under Dick Nolan. That means the franchise started their history with 13 consecutive losing seasons. The Saints wouldn’t have a winning season until 1987 which marked the time of their first playoff berth. Very few of us remember anything pre Jim Mora (if we even […]


Ranking the NFC South Positional Groups: Tight Ends

A good tight end can be a match up nightmare, especially is you have one who runs in the 4.6’s or 4.5’s, a speed most linebackers can’t match. Secondary players usually match for speed, but often have trouble matching the size and physicality. Once a bright spot in the division, the pickings are slim. #1 […]


Mailbag questions for 7/15 – Pierre Warren Special!

As always, thank you for taking the time to submit questions. I appreciate the interest very much. Saints Nation only exists because we have an opportunity to interact with each other and talk Saints. Here’s what you sent me this week: