Posts Tagged ‘New Orleans Saints


Saints Fan Loses a Bet, Gets His 60″ TV Shot to Hell

The New Orleans Saints pulled off a compelling overtime victory over the Washington Redskins on Sunday, much to the chagrin of one Saints fan. It seems that this Livingston Parish resident figured the game was lost and so, he did what any rational person would do, he posted on Facebook that if the Saints won the game any of his friends could shoot his television.

After the Saints pulled out the win, a myriad of friends poured out of the woodwork, all packing heat and ready to destroy a beautiful 60 inch flat-screen. These guys aren’t fucking around either, sporting giant pistols, shotguns, and rifles (scoped and non-scoped) multiple 30 racks and dangling cigarettes, they then set up on the guy’s lawn and let ‘er rip.

I can’t decide what is more amazing with this video: how incredibly redneck-y this whole incident is, the fact that multiple people MISS the TV, the fact that everyone gets out of their cars holding a beer or a case of beer or that all these people are on Facebook.

BTW, these are the people that are considered part of the “real America.”

I’m OK not being a part of that.


The Saints Are Marching (Towards a Perfect Season)

Ultimately, I’m not SHOCKED that the Redskins couldn’t pull it together in order to take down the undefeated Saints yesterday, despite the game being eminently winnable, the Redskins after all have been absolutely pathetic this year. Nothing symbolizes that better than this play; with less than a minute remaining in the first half, Drew Brees throws an interception which is then immediately ripped out of the Redskins’ hands and run back for a touchdown by Saints receiver Robert Meachem.

Not only is this play just awful if you’re a Redskins fan, but look at that stiff-arm Brees throws at the beginning of the play, that’s a defensive end that Brees just pushes to the ground like he was a six-year-old child. Only one word can describe that stiff-arm, the rest of the play, the Redskins season and their racist team name; embarrassing.


Reggie Bush Can Fly

The six yard-line is a full 18 feet from the end zone; during yesterday’s stunning 22-point 4th quarter comeback, Reggie Bush of the Saints shows off his leaping ability, taking off from the 6 and scoring a pretty astonishing TD. It’s move like this that led to him being such a hot prospect out of the draft, unfortunately those moves haven’t translated to the field enough. This play though is ridiculous.


The Press Box is Supposed to be Neutral

There’s a hard and fast rule that in the press box, there’s no cheering. Former Saints quarterback and current Saints broadcaster Bobby Hebert at this past Sunday’s game doesn’t follow that rule. Here he is simultaneously cheering and simulating fisting, so, at least he’s still capable of doing two things at once.


What a Nice Car, For Me to Poop ON!

New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson owns multiple car dealerships when he isn’t paying the bills for the team. As one way to sell some more cars, every year he parks a bunch of cars outside the team’s facility in the hope that some of the players and employees will buy a new set of wheels. The players apparently don’t appreciate this, particularly since he doesn’t cut them much of a deal. Which, I suppose is sort of fair, except that any professional football player can afford to buy a car without much of any concern about their checkbook. In order to express their displeasure, “more than one of the cars was coated in a certain byproduct of the human digestive system.”

That’s right, the players POOPED on the cars! Wow. Just imagine the process for that, you need to get a buddy, then, you and said buddy load up and head out to the parking lot, then just casually drop trou and poop on some new cars. Or as I like to call it, Thursday.

[Pro Football Talk via Fan IQ]

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November 2022