I mean Matt [Ryan] wasn’t one of the players named. But, on the other hand, I’d...– -Arthur Blank. You know what, Blank? All we have to say is 10-2. Matt Ryan isn’t even worth a damned bounty. We save that for the big boys. (via saints11)
I’m going to give my all. I’ve always been the type of player that will work to...– Curtis Lofton to the Who Dat Nation suck it Atlanta, suck it
Welcome to Sack City, Mr Lofton →
We will wear our black and gold, even though, to a world of first-stone...– EMBRACING BAD (via ubiquitousamericana)
Every Saints failure will be celebrated. Every Saints success will be met with...– EMBRACING BAD (via saints11)
This season is going to take on an us-versus-the-world mentality. The perception...– Zach Strief
The Saints will play good, clean American football. They will fairly win our...– EMBRACING BAD (via saints11)
I share and fully support the League’s concerns and goals on player...– Sean Payton, New Orleans Saints We WhoDats will always stand behind and support you Sean
NFL investigated Green Bay Packers for 'bounty... →
Paid to keep Adrian Peterson below 100 yards? And how do you think they did that? With hugs and kisses? Players were paid extra and a victim was targeted; doesn’t that sound like a bounty? Not convinced? Peterson sustained a torn LCL in that game off a low tackle by Packers CB Al Harris, an injury that kept him out for a month. “The club has handled the matter with the players, and the...
New Orleans Saints sign linebacker Chris... →
Yeahhh, Spags with the hookup. Let’s hope this 2012 group can hold up their end and help out Drew & Co. to win games!
Operation Juicy Fruit is a Thing? →
alexanderjh: I’m not sure how I feel about this one. That said, I very well might send a pack of Juicy Fruit to the commish. Hahaha, we WhoDats sure love our Saints
EMBRACING BAD (or: 3 reasons Saints fans should be...
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If the league was serious about protecting its players, then it would...– Chris Smith This reminds me of baseball and steroids. A league is way behind a serious problem which creates an even bigger PR problem, so they lash out and find a scapegoat that they can punish harshly and make it look like they care about the issue and are on top of it. (via thatwhichis)