As the draft nears, it’s obvious the NFL is in a terrific bear market at its most promoted, glamorized, idolized, and lucrative position.
Oddsmakers and the sports media apparently have the fiftieth Super Bowl all figured out. The Carolina Panthers are young, fast, and hot. And with only one loss, the best team in the league. The Denver Broncos, headed by their ex all star John Elway, are a nice story, particularly with Peyton Manning in the twilight. […]
By Bert Bartlett This is the time of year when we know how things are, and how we wish or think they can be. Yet utmost, it’s the season to be grateful for what we have. Though it was nice to see the Saints rally from 25 down against the Lions, and a breezy win […]
By Bert Bartlett On October 11th, the Saints had stood toe to toe for a half with the Eagles, including a nifty pair of red zone interceptions by Delvin Breaux and Brandon Browner. In the ensuing 30 minutes, Coach Chip Kelley’s up tempo offense fired precisely on all pistons and the visitors got pummeled by […]
by Bert Bartlett It is early next January and Minnesota is visiting the Saints, leading late in the fourth quarter in a playoff, 27-23. With the development of young quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, a productive fall from Adrian Petersen, and a pesky defense, the Vikings have been the rising star talk of the NFC during the […]
by Bert Bartlett Just as Saints fans commenced rest and put good riddance on the inexplicably crappy football season that was 2014, an in house imbroglio rich in speculation and gossip broke to kick start the off season. The match-up is a lot juicer than upcoming free agency and the college player draft. Indeed, even […]
by Bert Bartlett If the great Charles Dickens were alive today, no doubt he’d be a Saints fan, as this year’s team has illustriously displayed the best and worst of times. On a Sunday night not long ago, the Saints handled the best quarterback in the pro game today, Aaron Rodgers, and dismantled the Packers, […]