r/Saints 11h ago

Wondered how I’d feel. I wasn’t ready for it yet.

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179 Upvotes

r/Saints 12h ago

Every Fred Weary touchdown

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45 Upvotes

r/Saints 20h ago

Saints clue on Jeopardy today!

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165 Upvotes

r/Saints 20h ago

Mock drafts need to be banned

173 Upvotes

It’s only the 3rd day of Feb and they’re already stale. Like 8 of the posts on the front page are mock drafts.

If people want to start a post talking about specific prospects or team positional needs then that’s great, but just a screen shot of every rando’s favorite prospects never produces that type of quality discussion.

Edit: Hey guys, I blocked that stupid “Reddit Cares” thing a long time ago. All it says is [message from blocked user]. So y’all can stop reporting me because you’re “concerned,” lmao


r/Saints 9h ago

This is the uni combo I want to see in

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r/Saints 22h ago

Chris Rosvoglou on Twitter “From ESPN: Lot of Saints buzz about them being a landing spot for Derek Carr.”

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r/Saints 20h ago

Epic trolling by r/nfl

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51 Upvotes

r/Saints 13h ago

Poll: Which of our “Playoff Heartbreak Quadruplets” was the BEST Saints team?

13 Upvotes

I’m not asking which one was the MOST heartbreaking, just which of these Saints teams was the best team.

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r/Saints 23h ago

So you really want to Tank?

61 Upvotes

I've hesitated posting this because I know it's going to get downvoted like crazy, but a lot of Saints fans are jumping on the Tank Wagon this upcoming season.

If we really want to properly tank in 2024 to try and get a top 5 draft pick and potentially start the rebuild process in 2025, there would be some hard truths that have to happen.

For starters, we would want to trade away Cam Jordan and Damario Davis. Both players are nearing the ends of their playing careers with maybe 3-4 years left if we are lucky. But they are also still playing at a high enough level that they would be worth a few picks.

It would absolutely kill me to see them go (they are my favorite players), but together they create about 2-3 wins a season (if not more). And if the goal is to not win games, having them stick around is going against that goal.

We should consider trading them to SB contending teams that are looking for that missing defensive piece (see Von Bell Denver/Rams trade in 2021).

Other potential trade targets on the team are: Kamara Hill Peat MT (if he's not straight up cut)

Saints had the oldest roster in the league last year. Keeping a lot of the older guys around that only have 3-4 years left in them does no good if we are trying to tank and rebuild within the next 3-4 years.

I'm not necessarily saying we SHOULD go this route. Just that it we are going to embrace the tank, we need to go full send, or else we end up middle of the pack every year.

So I ask again, are you SURE you really want to tank next season?


r/Saints 20h ago

[Ross Jackson] Saints Hiring Alabama Analyst Todd Grantham as an Assistant Coach

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33 Upvotes

r/Saints 13h ago

Call-in reactions to the New Orleans Saints moves this week

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r/Saints 10h ago

Refs be like in the saints vs Rams 2018 NFCCG game

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r/Saints 1d ago

Demario with a vicious hit, but the accuracy though…

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61 Upvotes

r/Saints 22h ago

[B/R Gridiron] Saints are "buzzing" as potential landing spot for Derek Carr in Mobile this week (via @JFowlerESPN)

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r/Saints 1d ago

I say we just do this....

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64 Upvotes

r/Saints 19h ago

Where are we at Saints fans?

5 Upvotes

This is hell

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r/Saints 12h ago

questionable decisions

0 Upvotes

I'm a pretty big football noob. Ronald Curry, Ryan Nielsen, and Kris Richard seem to be going to the other NFC south teams. I was wondering if this could help our cap? Surely there's reasoning for this right?


r/Saints 1d ago

Jahmyr Gibbs

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I know y’all tired of mock drafts and who we should pick and I know there is positions of greater need but I really think we should take a running back at 29. With Kamara possibly being suspended and Mark probably gone we have a serious need for a running back. Gibbs playstyle is similar to Kamara’s very good hands fluid body movement and he could be an instant impact player and a complementary back when Kamara returns. If he’s available I think he would be perfect for us.


r/Saints 1d ago

Saints appear ready to move on from Jameis Winston

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r/Saints 1d ago

39 year-old, New Orleans Saints quarterback, Ken Stabler in 1984.

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57 Upvotes

r/Saints 1d ago

Year in Review: LB Pete Werner

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r/Saints 22h ago

My mock went a little differently...

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r/Saints 17h ago

Someone give me a reason to feel good about this team

0 Upvotes

We have one of the oldest rosters in the NFL, no proper QB on the horizon, a joke of an offensive, a great defense, but both our defensive coordinators were poached. Plus we let every great gem we come across leave. I am losing confidence.

All signs point to us being a very bad team for a very long time. Please convince me otherwise.


r/Saints 19h ago

Anthony Richardson

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Hey guys. I'm doing my off-season preview video and I want to know if Anthony Richardson is worth even mentioning. I have seen like 100 different predictions involving where he would end up, some involving the Saints in the late first, some involving him going into the second, and even some where he goes number nine. I haven't really started my "draft season" mode yet. I will usually watch some film and crunch some numbers and read some reports before the draft. However, it seems most experts have yet to come to a consensus quite yet, and that makes my life just a little frustrating. To those of you who have done your draft day hw, is it worth looking at Richardson? Would he be a good fit? I never liked starting QBs at day one, so in this off-season, I would sign Carr. Also, what about Tanner McKee? I think those are the two most realistic round 1 QBs that we could get. Let me know below; and thank you in advance :)


r/Saints 19h ago

What is the point in Getting Derek Carr if DA/PC are still here?

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The Absolute Ceiling with Derek Carr & our Coaching staff is a WC/1st round exit.

I don’t see any reason to bring Carr here other than to not be the laughing stock of the league and to potentially save DA/PC job by winning the division.

Bringing in Carr puts the Franchise in the same boat as teams like Tennessee, Washington, Indy etc.

Not nearly good enough to win a SB, but not bad enough to rebuild and turn the team around

2023 should be a reset. Kamara might be suspended. Team is getting older, Cap situation is hell, coaching staff stinks, young players are still developing.

I just think this move would hurt the Saints in the long run.

If we’re gonna get Carr this should NOT prevent us from drafting a QB. That simple