When it comes to fantasy sports, a player's opportunity can be nearly as important as his talent. Chris Ivory should finally get the opportunity to showcase his talent in 2013. Although Ivory led the New Orleans Saints in rushing inShow More Summary
Marques Colston is the most underrated receiver in the NFL. And it's not even close. The New Orleans Saints No. 1 wideout has never made a Pro Bowl or been given All-Pro distinction. While he wouldn't be considered a secret weapon, the former seventh-round pick from Hofstra doesn't get the credit he deserves in many circles. Show More Summary
Dion Turner plays cornerback for the New Orleans Saints, but after watching the video below, you’d probably think he spent a little time playing wide receiver during his high school days. What would give you such an impression, you ask? How about his ability to track a long fly ball and make an incredible catch [...]
With new defensive coordinator Rob Ryan taking control of the New Orleans Saints defense, there were bound to be some changes to scheme and personnel as the Saints attempt to overhaul a defense that ranked dead last in the league last season. One of those moves will be shifting a player to a new spot…
Former New Orleans Saints and San Diego Chargers running back Chuck Muncie suffered heart failure and died in his Los Angeles-area home on Monday, the Associated Press reports. Muncie, the No. 3 overall pick of the 1976 NFL draft, had...Show More Summary
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Chuck Muncie, a former running back for the New Orleans Saints and San Diego Chargers, has died after suffering a heart attack. From ESPN: Former NFL running back Chuck Muncie has died of a heart attack at the age of 60, the New Orleans Saints confirmed Tuesday to multiple media outlets. Show More Summary
Chuck Muncie, a running back whose NFL career was cut short by drug use, has died at the age of 60. The New Orleans Saints confirmed his death, which ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported was caused by a heart attack. Muncie, … Continue reading ?
Many NFL players have dealt with injuries and the unnerving experience of becoming a free agent, but Benjamin Watson, a veteran tight end who was recently acquired by the New Orleans Saints, says those experiences have helped him understand what it means to have his identity in Christ and to live within the grace of God.
The New Orleans Saints aren’t wasting any time in getting their rookies signed. The team announced Thursday it has signed four of its five draft picks, including first-round pick Kenny Vaccaro. Offensive tackle Terron Armstead, receiver...Show More Summary
It’s trendy and fun to debate which NFC South team has the best offense. Is it Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints or Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons? Heck, you can even look at all the offensive talent Carolina and Tampa Bay have and throw the Panthers and Buccaneers into the conversation. But trendy and fun will only get you so far. Show More Summary
One of the ways to build a competitive fantasy football team is to draft players that other owners in your league undervalue. New Orleans Saints wide receiver Marques Colston is often one of those players. Last season, Colston finished with 83 receptions for 1,154 yards, which ranked 13th in the league, and eight touchdowns. Show More Summary
The New Orleans Saints cycled through four different running backs last season as they tried to find something to spark a struggling running game. The Saints finished last season 25th in the league in rushing. Mark Ingram, Pierre Thomas, Darren Sproles and Chris Ivory all received at least 40 carries last season with Ingram’s 156…
Last year amidst the chaos and turmoil that was "Bountygate", the New Orleans Saints still managed to rack up some serious yardage on offense. Behind the black eye paint and golden arm of their fearless leader Drew Brees, the Saints offense finished second in the NFL, racking up 6,574 total yards (via ESPN). Show More Summary
It was very easy to criticize the New Orleans Saints' defensive secondary last season. But, these days, you have to give at least one member of the defensive backfield credit for the way he’s going about his business. That’s safety Malcolm Jenkins. Show More Summary
The Ravens have a new senior defensive assistant, as today the team announced the hiring of former St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo. Spagnuolo has been a defensive coordinator with the New York Giants and New Orleans Saints. His background with Ravens coach John Harbaugh stems from their days as fellow assistant coaches with [...]
The New Orleans Saints were quick to add quality talent to their roster once the 2013 NFL draft was completed. Almost immediately, the team added three players many projected to go in the seven-round draft. Chase Thomas, Ryan Griffin and Kevin Reddick were three of the top five undrafted players in the entire player pool. Show More Summary
The New Orleans Saints suffered through a dismal 2012 season, due in no small part to a horrific defense that ranked dead last in the National Football League. The Saints hope that defense will improve this year under first-year coordinator...Show More Summary
Now that the New Orleans Saints have officially brought in five rookies via the draft, it is appropriate to project how each new Saint will fair in 2013. Coming into the draft, the Saints were hoping to acquire two starters—one with their first-round pick and one with their third-round pick. Show More Summary
After analyzing the draft needs of all 32 teams, PFT will review how well each team addressed those needs. Up next: The New Orleans Saints. What they needed: Outside linebacker, offensive tackle, wide receiver, safety. Who they got: Round 1 (15): Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas Round 3 (75): Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff Round 3…