Seattle Seahawks Shock New Orleans Saints In NFL Playoff Victory

The Seattle Seahawks shocked many people in the opening game of the NFL Playoffs yesterday as they defeated the defending Super Bowl Champion Saints. The Saints had control of the game during the first half, but the Seahawks led by QB Matt Hasselbeck, came back and shocked many by leading his team to a 41-36 victory over the defending champs. Hasselbeck threw 4 touchdowns in the big win.

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Super Bowl 44 – New Orleans Saints 31 – Indianapolis Colts 17

Well the first time is a charm! The New Orleans Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 in their first ever Super Bowl appearance. Drew Brees had 288 yards passing and 2 touchdowns. Peyton Manning had 333 passing yards and 1 touchdown and 1 interception.

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NFC Playoffs: New Orleans 45 – Arizona 14

Reggie Bush and the Saints came to play today. The Saints trashed the Cardinals 45-14 and advanced to the NFC Championship game. Reggie Bush scored 2 touchdowns and Drew Brees passed for 346 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Saints move on to play either the Vikings or Cowboys next week.

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Dallas Cowboys 24 – New Orleans Saints 17 (NFL Week 15)

The New Orleans Saints perfect season is no more. The Saints lost their perfect season to the Cowboys last night 24-17. Tony Romo had 312 yards and one touchdown in the win. The Saints are now 13-1 on the season.

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NFL 2009-2010 Season Week 14 Recap

Well the Colts and Saints are still undefeated after week 14 in the NFL. The Colts QB, Peyton Manning, threw 4 touchdowns in a 28-16 win over the Broncos to improve to 13-0. The Saints just got past the Falcons 26-23 to improve to 13-0 as well. Other scores from yesterday were:

Eagles 45 – Giants 38
Redskins 34 – Raiders 13
Chargers 20 – Cowboys 17
Vikings 30 – Bengals 10
Ravens 48 – Lions 3
Titans 47 – Rams 7
Packers 21 – Bears 14
Texans 34 – Seahawks 7
Bills 16 – Chiefs 10
Dolphins 14 – Jaguars 10
Patriots 20 – Panthers 10
Jets 26 – Buccaneers 3

Tonight’s game is the Cardinals versus 49ers.

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New Orleans Saints 30 – Carolina Panthers 20 (NFL Week 9)

The New Orleans Saints continued their winning ways today with a 30-20 win over the Carolina Panthers. Drew Brees threw for 330 yards with 1 touchdown and 1 interception. I’m just smelling an offensive powerhouse that does not want to be messed with. The Saints are now 8-0 on the season. What do you think?

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New Orleans Saints 35 – Atlanta Falcons 27 (NFL Week 8)

The New Orleans Saints pulled off yet another win last night for the season over the Atlanta Falcons. It stood close throughout most of the game and the Saints were able to pull off the victory. Drew Brees threw for 308 yards with 2 touchdowns and 1 interception. Matt Ryan on the other hand threw 289 yards with 1 touchdown and 3 interceptions. The Saints are still undefeated at 7-0.

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NFL 2009 – 2010 Season – Week 7 Recap

The New Orleans Saints did their thing yesterday as they were nearly on the verge of losing their first game of the season to the Miami Dolphins. Drew Brees “The Monster” and the Saints outscored the Dolphins 22-0 in the 4th quarter for a big 46-34 victory, keeping them undefeated on the season at 6-0. Other scores from yesterday were:

Cardinals 24 – Giants 17
Bengals 45 – Bears 10
Cowboys 37 – Falcons 21
Jets 38 – Raiders 0
Bills 20 – Panthers 9
Steelers 27 – Vikings 17
Patriots 35 – Buccaneers 7
Chargers 37 – Chiefs 7
Colts 42 – Rams 6
Texans 24 – 49ers 21
Packers 31 – Browns 3

Tonight’s game is the Eagles at the Redskins!

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New Orleans Saints 48 – NY Giants 27 (Week 6)

Probably the best match-up of the week was between these two teams. Both the NY Giants and New Orleans Saints came into the game undefeated. In order to stop both high scoring teams, the other had to step up on defense. The Giants could not handle Drew Brees and his offense though as the Saints rolled to a 48-27 victory and stay undefeated. Drees threw4 touchdowns and 369 yards…wow!

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