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New Orleans Saints Tickets Information
Founded: November 1, 1966
Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Super Bowl Appearances: 1 (2009)
Famous Players: Archie Manning, Deuce McAllister, Joe Horn, Drew Brees
Rivals: Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Attending a Saints game today is an awesome experience. Gone are the days of The Aints’, when downtrodden fans wore brown paper bags over their heads because they were ashamed of their team. That all changed in 2006, and now New Orleans Saints tickets give fans the chance to see one of the most exciting teams in the NFL. Consistently sporting one of the most powerful offenses in the league, the combo of Sean Payton and Drew Brees has been nothing short of incredible which makes it a real treat to watch a Saints game live.
The New Orleans Saints football team plays in the Louisiana Superdome and touts one of the most unique and engaging fan bases around. “Who Dat!?” What else did you expect from the home of Mardi Gras, Bourbon Street and Voodoo magic? So check the schedule and grab your New Orleans Saints tickets to watch them in action as they gear up to win their next Super Bowl!
New Orleans Saints Rivals
Saints v. Falcons
Probably the biggest and best rivalry in the NFC South, the Saints/Falcons game is always a hard-hitting slugfest that is often decided in the final seconds of the game. These 2 teams have meant a total of 89 times throughout the history of the NFL, with Atlanta winning 46 and New Orleans with 43. The Saints swept the series in 2013 with Drew Brees getting the best of his dynamic, younger rival Matty Ice.
Saints v. Panthers
The emergence of Cam Newton as a star QB has turned up the heat on this rivalry. The Panther’s running back tandem of Stewart and Williams usually causes a lot of problems for the Saints, while Steve Smith does his things catching bombs down the sideline. Things got especially interesting last year (2014), when the Panthers stole the Saints’ first round bye, beating them at the end of the game in Week 16. Tough stuff.
Saints v. Seahawks
We’re throwing this one in for Saints fans in particular, although the 49ers could almost be included due to that heart-wrenching postseason win in 2011. The Seahawks, though, have knocked the Saints out of 2 postseasons since their Super Bowl victory in 2009. A memory that will make any Saints fan cringe is that of Marshawn Lynch’s beast mode run through the whole Saints D, where he left nothing but a trail of fallen Saints and Skittles in his wake. They put up a fight last year, but the Seahawks were destined to with the SB, and did so in commanding fashion.
New Orleans Saints Schedule 2014
In addition to their NFC South rivals, the Saints will take on the NFC North and the AFC North during the 2014 season. Plenty of good teams will travel to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome this year, including Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers, Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens, and Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati Bengals. It's an exciting year for New Orleans, so check the New Orleans Saints schedule and get to a game this year.
Key Home Games
Week 5 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Tampa Bay made several high profile offseason moves, but New Orleans will look to remain the class of the division in this early-season clash.
Week 8 vs. Green Bay Packers - A much-improved Packers team heads to New Orleans for a mid-season clash that should be an explosive shootout with plenty of points put up.
Week 14 vs. Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton and the Panthers took the NFC South last year, but this late-season matchup could determine who is really the top dog in the division.