New Orleans now has the luxury of seeking out upgrades for position groups rather than scrambling to fill gaping holes.
New Orleans needs another productive off-season in order to build on last year’s success. But first, they face some tough decisions on players with expiring contracts.
In a wild NFC Divisional playoff matchup, the New Orleans Saints fell 29-24 to the Minnesota Vikings, ending their 2017 season the same way it began.
After winning a nail-biter against the Carolina Panthers in the first round of the playoffs, the New Orleans Saints face a daunting matchup against the Minnesota Vikings on the road this weekend.
As the New Orleans Saints struggled to run the ball early in their Wild Card win over the Carolina Panthers, it was up to quarterback Drew Brees to carry the Saints offense to victory.
New Orleans had beaten Carolina by double-digits in both regular season games but faced a much more competitive Panthers team this time around.
After defeating the Carolina Panthers twice in the regular season, the Saints once again take on their NFC South rival in the Wild Card round.