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Chris Miller
January 31, 2019 - 6:53 am
It's not just the Who Dat Nation who's not feeling it this weekend for the Super Bowl. A nationwide survey finds interest in the NFL's biggest event is down. The Monmouth poll asked people if they had a lot of interest in the Super Bowl (16 percent), a little (34 percent), or none at all (50...
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Chris Miller
January 29, 2019 - 9:12 pm
A Saints fan from Mandeville will be meeting with the head of NFL officiating, Al Riveron, this week in Atlanta before the Super Bowl, WWL-TV reports. John Horn is one of 32 NFL season ticket owners selected by their respective teams to go to the Super Bowl and meet with NFL executives. He told the...
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Steve Geller
January 29, 2019 - 10:25 am
Jermon Bushrod rejoined the Saints this past season and was a valuable fill-in along the offensive line, especially while left tackle Terron Armstead missed time due to injury. Bushrod had some ailments of his own as he battled through a hamstring issue, but the 34 year old showed off a thumb...
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Jim Hanzo
January 29, 2019 - 9:24 am
Who Dats who are boycotting the Super Bowl because of the infamous no-call by the referees in the NFC championship, could affect ratings... if they are a Nielsen household. Mary Blue, Professor at Tulane, and head of the digital media production department, says unless you are a Nielsen participant...
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Dave Cohen, WWL First News early edition
January 28, 2019 - 10:50 am
One listener texted us today to say, "If you are a true Saints Fan, you will boycott the Super Bowl !!!" Some are calling it the Stupid Bowl, the Faux Bowl, the BS Bowl, the Toilet Bowl, the Boycott Bowl, the Tainted Bowl, the Duper Bowl, the Stolen Bowl, the Unsuper Bowl, the Pooper Bowl, the...
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Kristian Garic
January 28, 2019 - 8:57 am
Saints Quarterback Drew Brees made his first public statement today, one week removed from the "No-call in Nola." Brees praised the connection from the team to the Who Dat Nation and vowed to use the disappointment of the loss to the Rams as motivation moving forward. The future Hall of Fame...
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January 22, 2019 - 6:03 am
By: Jordan Fiegel Bobby Hebert was fuming in the aftermath of the New Orleans Saints overtime loss to the Los Angeles. And he's still mad at the officials and the NFL. “It was totally unacceptable,” the Cajun Cannon said. “You are dealing with human beings, but this wasn't even a judgment call. It'...
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