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6/17/15 - The New Orleans Saints had their mandatory minicamp this week, and they invited three players to try out for the roster. Chris Highland, a long-snapper, Chase Tenpenny, a punter, and Matt James, a receiver, showed up for their chance to join the team. James will have the best chance, as the Saints’ Justin Drescher and Thomas Morstead already have a solid hold on the punter and long-snapper position. Marques Colston chose to sit out during the practice to rest and manage “mileage,” rather than a specific injury. Backup quarterback Ryan Griffith also missed the open practice, most likely due to an attack that left him with stitches earlier in the month. However, he practiced as normal on Tuesday. Fans can already get tickets for the upcoming season, with prices starting at $15.
6/3/15 - This week, the New Orleans Saints had the sixth of 10 allowed OTAs. Most players attended, other than the few excused from the practice. There were others who attended but did not partake in any of the on-field activities as a preventative measure. These included Mark Ingram, Junior Galette, Marques Colston, Glenn Foster, Broderick Bunkley, Damian Swann, and Jack Tabb. There was another spectator for the practice making headlines: Jermaine Gresham. His visit has started rumors that the team may be looking to sign him as a way to add depth to the tight end position. It is not all work at these practices; to add a little fun, several offensive and defensive lineman took a stab at being a punt returner/catcher to the amusement of their teammates. Tickets to the 2015 season are on sale, starting at $11.
5/8/15 - The New Orleans Saints has added 22 rookie players to their roster after the NFL draft. Nine of these players were drafted, with another 13 signed as undrafted free agents. They are expected to invite more to the rookie minicamp in mid-May to see who will have a chance to earn a spot in the team's regular season roster. Players expected to be present include Sam Wren, Justin Anderson, Charles Lovett, Rob Hollomon, Adam Keller, Adam Redden, Corey Cooper, Steve Edmond, and Taylor Belsterling. While the rookies look to earn a place on the roster and veterans demonstrate their value to the team, fans can go ahead and pick up their tickets for the coming season. The first game will be in Baltimore against the Ravens on August 13, with prices starting at $12.
4/23/15 - Last season did not pan out quite as the New Orleans Saints had hoped, as they struggled to a 7-9 record in the NFC South, finishing behind Carolina and enduring their first year outside of the playoff field since 2012. Drew Brees and his crew figure to return strong in 2015 however, as the Saints kick off the regular season on the road at the Arizona Cardinals. Other scheduling highlights include Week 4 when Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys come to town, Week 7 at Andrew Luck’s Indianapolis Colts, and Week 15 when New Orleans will host “Megatron” Calvin Johnson and the Detroit Lions. Seats are available for these and many other great games in the upcoming 2015 NFL season, so claim your tickets today!
12/25/14 - The New Orleans Saints had to win last week’s game against the Falcons to have a chance to stay in the race for the playoffs, and they just didn’t make it. The Saints came out strong in the first quarter with a touchdown, but the Falcons kept the pressure on. At the end of the third quarter, the score was 20-7. The Saints didn’t score again until the fourth quarter, and they just couldn’t make up the deficit. The final score stood at 30-14, and the Saints’ hopes of making the playoffs were crushed. The Saints hope to finish the season on a positive note when they travel to Tampa Bay to meet the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. It’s their pride on the line.
12/17/14 - After Monday night’s win against the Bears, the New Orleans Saints are alone in 1st place in the NFC Southern Division. This doesn’t get them automatically in the playoffs. They still have to win the final two games of the season, the first one against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. The Saints are the favorites, and it will be a key game for them. Although the match-up is fairly even between the two teams, the Saints have the edge in third-down conversions at 48%, which leads the league. They also control the clock more effectively, ranking 9th in the league in average time of possession. If you’re a Saints fan, don’t miss this final home game before the playoff and get your tickets now. The Saints have the chance to host the wild card game, but they have to be on top of their game.
12/11/14 - The New Orleans Saints are currently tied with the Atlanta Falcons for first in the NFC South division. They are currently sporting a 5-8 record, and they got dominated in their last outing against the Carolina Panthers. The final score ended up being 10-41. In their tough loss, Drew Brees went on to throw for 235 yards and had 1 touchdown. That was pretty much the only top performer for them, and their defense is what really hindered their ability to do anything substantial. They will have to make some adjustments on defense if they want to secure the top spot in the division. Next up for them is a game against the Chicago Bears. Tickets for it can be bought now for $27.
12/4/14 - The New Orleans Saints entered the season as a favorite to go to the Super Bowl in the NFC. Now, at 2nd in their division, they face the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Both teams need the win, but the Saints have the upper hand. They won the first time these teams met earlier in the season, right before Halloween. If Carolina doesn’t win the game, they have no hope of making it to the playoffs, so they’re going to be strong. The Saints’ quarterback, Drew Brees ranks first in completion percentage and second in passing yards, but he has had some off weeks. The Saints are coming off a win against the Pittsburgh Steelers from last. Get your tickets to the Saints’ home game, to watch this fierce battle on Sunday.
11/25/14 - The New Orleans Saints took on the Cincinnati Bengals last weekend, and things didn’t go their way. They ended up losing 10-27, and they will really need to adjust things going forward. In their loss, Drew Brees went on to throw for 255 yards and only had 1 touchdown. He couldn’t find the big plays down the stretch, which hurt his team in the end. The Saints’ defense let running back Jeremy Hill rush for 152 yards, which hindered their ability to get their offense back out on the field. Up next for them is a must-win game with the Baltimore Ravens. They will need to contain Joe Flacco in order to come out with the win. Tickets for the game can be bought for $43.
11/17/14 - The New Orleans Saints dropped their second straight at home, losing to the Cincinnati Bengals 27-10. Despite the loss and their 4-6 overall record, the Saints still find themselves tied with the Atlanta Falcons for the best record in the NFC South. However, based on head-to-head competition, Atlanta holds the edge in the all-important playoff standings after week #11. The Saints have six games remaining in the season, three at home in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Monday night’s home game brings the 6-4 Baltimore Ravens to town, who will be coming in rested after a bye week. The Ravens are on the bubble in the AFC playoff picture, so will be coming in hungry for a win. Monday Night Football on national television is always an “event”-get in on the excitement and buy your tickets today, with prices from $56!
11/13/14 - At 4-5 after 10 weeks in the NFL season, the New Orleans Saints are 1st in the NFC Southern Division. They lost their last game against the San Francisco 49ers, but it was lost in overtime when the 49ers scored a 3-point field goal to win. This coming Sunday, the Saints host the Cincinnati Bengals, who sit 2nd in the AFC Northern Division. The Saints are the favorite team and have good odds. The Bengals rushing defense is one of the worst in the league, and the Saints have a great rushing offense. The Saints are focused on making the playoffs, so they are going to work hard. You can get tickets for this game and cheer your home team on when you come out to the stadium.
11/6/14 - There will soon be some new faces in the New Orleans Saints starting lineup, with fullback Austin Johnson continuing to nurse an injured knee. Johnson, who was injured when the Saints played the Green Bay Packers, was just placed on injured reserve, effectively ending his season. On Monday, November 3, the Saints invited seven players to try out for the team, including defensive backs Ray Agnew, Makom Bronson and Stan McKay, fullbacks Toben Opurum and Michael Zordich, and safetys Bacarri Rambo and Brandon Taylor. On Tuesday, the Saints announced they had inked a deal with Zordich.
Next up on the Saints schedule is the San Francisco 49ers. They’ll play in New Orleans on Sunday, November 9 as the Saints attempt to remain in first place in the NFC South. Tickets for Sunday’s game are still available, beginning at $124.
10/30/14 - With a 3-4 record, the New Orleans Saints are not living up to expectations to be among the top Super Bowl contenders of the 2014 season. Last Sunday’s game against the Green Bay Packers was quite impressive as the Saints came alive in the second half of the game earning 28 points in the third and fourth quarters for a final score of 23-44. However, in their upcoming game against the Carolina Panthers, it is predicted the New Orleans may struggle because they do not play well on the road. Although Carolina does not have the stats that New Orleans does, the Saints just don’t play as effectively in an outdoor stadium. They also just played on Sunday, and with a Thursday night game, their bodies may not have time to recover before the game against the Panthers.
10/20/14 – The Saints are once again favored to win at home; this time, in a Sunday Night football showdown with the Green Bay Packers. Averaging $279 to see the Rodgers vs. Brees matchup, ticket prices are fourth most expensive this week.
10/15/14 – Following their bye week, the Saints are headed to Detroit to take on the Lions who are currently atop the NFC North. The Week 7 matchup at Ford Field is averaging $163, one of the cheaper matchups in the league. Reggie Bush will return against his former squad after being held out of Sunday’s game as a precaution.
10/10/14 - After a much needed win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last week, the New Orleans Saints are now 2-3 and on a bye week. The Saints narrowly defeated Tampa Bay in overtime 37-31 with a come from behind touchdown. Despite three interceptions thrown by Drew Brees, the running backs carried the game. Khiry Robinson made the game winning touchdown and Pierre Thomas delivered on screen plays. This victory was the first divisional game win for the Saints, but continued a bad trend of injuries. Tight end Jimmy Graham suffered a shoulder injury at the game, which was reported as “not serious.” Since then the Saints have acquired and signed tight end Tom Crabtree. The Saints next play the Detroit Lions on the road at Ford Field on October 19, 2014.
10/3/14 - Drew Brees and the Saints have not been on top of their game this year, but that’s largely been the case away from home. In fact, the Saints won their only home game in Week 3 over the Vikings, but have struggled on the road, as usual. They come home this week to play a struggling Tampa Bay team. Even with a divisional matchup, Saints tickets are the least expensive for any remaining home game on the secondary market, according to Razorgator.
10/2/14 – Home sweet home! The Saints are back in NOLA this weekend and tickets are super cheap. The get-in price keeps dropping, down 38% in the last 48 hours. Sit in the upper corner for just $28 or pay a little more ($66) for a plaza level endzone seat. Club level starts at $354.
9/30/14 – The Bucs have returned a portion of their allotment of tickets for Sunday’s game which means there are more Saints vs. Buccaneers tickets on the market. You can score seats now at the Superdome for $45 (Terrace Level). Prices climb to $132 if you want to get into the 300-level endzone.
9/29/14 – After losing to the Dallas Cowboys 38-17 Sunday night, all the Saints (1-3) can do is move forward. Next up on the New Orleans Saints schedule is Tampa Bay at home in a division rivalry game. The Saints’ defense will look to rebound and live up to high expectations coming into the 2014 season. Currently ranked 29th in the NFL in yards allowed, there is nowhere to go but up.
9/26/14 – The Saints will visit the Cowboys Sunday for a Romo vs. Brees showdown. Saints tickets in Dallas are upwards of $37 and are averaging $193 for the Week 4 meeting at AT&T Stadium. How will the Saints defense hold up against the Cowboys offensive threats in Bryant and Williams? Find out with a trip to Texas and show your support on the road!
9/24/14 - The 2014 NFL season has not gone the way the New Orleans Saints had figured it would dropping their first two contests before finally picking up a win in their home opener this past Sunday over the struggling Minnesota Vikings. New Orleans will once again head out on the road to pay visit to the Dallas Cowboys as Saint tickets are going for just over $230 on average.
9/22/14 - Sunday might not have been the prettiest game of Drew Brees’ career but it is certainly one that he will be comfortable with. In the game against the Minnesota Vikings Brees was able to put his team on his back and get New Orleans into the win column for the first time this season. Brees will return to his hometown of Dallas to play the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium with Saints tickets going for the second most of any road game left on their schedule according to Razorgator at $256.
9/8/14 - Heading into their game Sunday with the Atlanta Falcons people knew that the two teams were going to put up some big offensive numbers with Matt Ryan and New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees leading their respective teams. New Orleans found themselves on the losing end of a back and forth game that went into overtime and saw the Falcons sneak by with a victory . New Orleans will now head to Cleveland before returning to the Mercedes Benz Superdome for their home opener against the Vikings which is going for $250
on average according to RazorGator for Saints tickets.
9/8/14 - The New Orleans Saints may have lost their Week 1 battle against the Atlanta Falcons, but their offense certainly lit up the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Drew Brees threw for 333 yards, while Mark Ingram scored twice and rookie wide receiver Brandin Cooks caught for 77 yards and a touchdown. Rob Ryan’s defense will shake off some summer rust and come roaring back against the Cleveland Browns this Sunday for what should be another thriller. Score New Orleans Saints tickets at FirstEnergy Stadium for just $50 and watch Brees and Co. show Cleveland what a real gun show is!
9/3/14 - Two of the most high-powered offenses in the league will clash when Drew Brees and the Saints travel to Atlanta to face Matt Ryan and the Falcons on Sunday. According to RazorGator, New Orleans Saints tickets for this game have dropped by 6% in the past week to now average $252, making it the most expensive game at the Georgia Dome this season.
8/27/14 - The New Orleans Saints are perfect through the first three weeks of preseason, and look to close out their fourth and final game with another victory. To achieve this, however, they’ll have to take down the likewise unblemished Baltimore Ravens, tomorrow at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. While most starters see little, if any, snaps during the preseason finale, safety Jairus Byrd and defensive back Champ Bailey may see significant playing time as the two make their return from injury. Buy New Orleans Saints tickets now and see if the team will enter the regular season with a flawless record! Get-in on Thursday night for an incredible low $5—you sure won’t find cheap NFL tickets like that after tomorrow!
8/22/14 – New Orleans Saints fans were on edge when they heard quarterback Drew Brees suffered an oblique strain during offseason practice. Always extraordinary, the signal caller is back after his two-week recovery to play the one half of the upcoming preseason Week 3 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts. This Saturday’s NFL dress rehearsal will see the most playing time for New Orleans’ first team offense and defense, giving Who Dat Nation insight into what the Saints will look like in the regular season. Score your New Orleans Saints tickets at Lucas Oil Stadium for a minimum of $23 (8/23) and see if they can add another W to their flawless 2-0 exhibition record!
8/12/14 – The New Orleans Saints are taking every precaution to protect quarterback Drew Brees from aggravating his recent injury. Although he’s been throwing passes with Kenny Stills and ran with corner Champ Bailey, this means the QB will likely stay sidelined during the team’s second preseason game, this Friday against Tennessee. On the upside, running back Pierre Thomas made his return to practice yesterday, after being held out of New Orlean’s Week 1 exhibition match. See who takes the field this time with New Orleans Saints tickets. Pay $26 to get into Mercedez-Benz Superdome on Aug. 15 and enjoy football under Friday night lights.
7/30/14 - The New Orleans Saints had a disappointing finish to their season last year. But for most of the year they looked like real Super Bowl contenders, and only got better in the offseason. With the Jimmy Graham contract dispute behind them, the team is ready for the regular season to start. It’s no surprise that the Saints tickets are one of the higher averages in the league with RazorGator reporting them as having an average price of $240 in 2014.
7/23/14 - After a long and tenuous offseason filled with tough negotiations the New Orleans Saints were able to lock up Drew Brees favorite target in pass catching tight end Jimmy Graham to a 4 year $40 million deal. With Graham in tow New Orleans will have an explosive offense for years to come which is why RazorGator reports them as having an average price of $240 for Saints tickets in 2014.
7/17/14 - In recent years the New Orleans Saints have developed quite a rivalry with the Atlanta Falcons who despite having an off 2013 are a very dangerous team. New Orleans will open the season against the Falcons on September 7th on the road at the Georgia Dome which according to RazorGator is averaging $201 but when they play at the Superdome on December 21st Saints tickets will be more than double at an average price of $417.
7/10/14 - The New Orleans Saints are on of the top franchises in the National Football League due in large part to their great leadership at the head coach and quarterback positions by Sean Payton and Drew Brees respectively. This has resulted in Saints tickets averaging $255 for the season with their priciest game coming against MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers according to RazorGator at $342 with a Get-in of $152.
7/8/14 - There is perhaps no team in the NFL that has a more feared and explosive offense than the New Orleans Saints. Led by quarterback Drew Brees the Saints have become the model for new age offenses with hybrid TE Jimmy Graham, WR Marques Colston and rookie First Round pick pass catcher Brandin Cooks which have led to Saints tickets averaging slightly below $260 according to RazorGator for the 2014 season.
7/7/14 – Who Dat Nation, what do you think of the Jimmy Graham ruling? There was some backlash to decision that officially tagged Graham as a tight end, including sentiments from future Hall of Fame TE Tony Gonzalez, who called for an overhaul of the NFL salary system in favor of rewarding via production as opposed to position. It is unclear whether Graham will appeal the decision at this point, but the New Orleans Saints have until the July 15 deadline to sign multiyear contracts to reach a resolution. In one month you can watch the Beasts of the Bayou take the field for their first preseason match of the year. Score New Orleans Saints tickets for their Aug 8 at St. Louis Rams game at an unbelievably low $2 get-in price.
7/1/14 – New Orleans Saints fans are no doubt curious of the final ruling in the Jimmy Graham wide receiver/tight end case, but you needn’t bite your nails any longer—a decision will be made on July 3. Graham will be back on the field following his arbitration hearing, so gear up for training camp at the end of the month to see the Saints' offense in full force! See them really take heel in September with New Orleans Saints tickets and judge for yourself where Graham lines up most!
6/24/14 – The New Orleans Saints team website recently conducted a poll on the one regular season game fans are most excited to attend this season. Can you guess it? New Orleans’ Nov 9 home game against the San Francisco 49ers is the most sought-after ticket, amassing 39% of the vote. The get-in price for this fan-favorite NFC matchup starts at $126. The regular season opener against archrival Falcons came in second, with 19% of vote. For almost half that price, you can venture out to Atlanta and see NO take on the Dirty Birds for another bitter showdown; spend as little as $58 for the Sunday, 9/7, game at the Georgia Dome. What’s your favorite game in the schedule above? Buy New Orleans Saints tickets today and lock-in seats for the faceoff you are most excited to attend!
6/17/14- Mandatory minicamps are already underway, and the New Orleans Saints have still failed to resolve their principal problem of the offseason. The franchise and Jimmy Graham have officially begun the arbitration period in which the question: “tight end or wide receiver?” will be scrutinized. The NFLPA argues Graham should be tagged as WR because that’s where he lines up 67% of the time ($12.3 million salary cap), while the NFL argues for TE because he attends the position meetings ($7 million salary cap). See what the arbitrator decides after the two-day hearing, but fans only really care that Graham is productive on the gridiron no matter where he lines up! Buy your New Orleans Saints tickets now and see the multi-faceted beast in action.
6/10/14- Want an up-close look at your Bayou Boys? The New Orleans Saints open up their three-day mini-camp today, and all practices are open for free (from 11-1:20am) to the public at the Metairie facility. Watch as the crowded (not a bad thing) cornerback battle kicks off between Keenan Lewis, Patrick Robinson, Champ Bailey, Corey White and rookie Stanley Jean-Baptiste. Drew Brees has been lighting up the practice field, trying out different receivers (including Charles Hawkins), while challenging the No.1 and rookie CBs alike for a spot on the first-string squad. If you can’t catch their mini-camps this week, buy New Orleans Saints tickets and see the victors of this secondary battle in person!
6/2/14 - Are you ready to welcome back another Pro Bowler? The New Orleans Saints are chalking up a deal and look to lock up Jonathan Goodwin, after three years on the 49ers, by Tuesday. On the more troubling end, New Orleans' touted free agent acquisition, Jairus Byrd, will undergo back surgery later this week to address a nagging spinal disc problem. Luckily, the safety is only expected to be out until training camp. Make sure to catch both Goodwin's and Byrd's return to the field this year with New Orleans Saints tickets!
5/27/14 - Over the weekend, New Orleans Saints fans voted for their favorite offseason addition to the 2014 squad. The people spoke and hailed Jairus Byrd as their favorite new Saints player. The former Buffalo Bills safety was followed in the polls by first round draft pick Brandin Cooks (Oregon State, receiver) and Champ Bailey (cornerback), acquired from the Denver Broncos. You picked them, now see them in action! The newbies are shaping up in OTAs during spring, but watch them hit the ground running this summer with New Orleans Saints tickets!
5/19/14 - With Draft Day and rookie camp come and gone, the New Orleans Saints have made some solid roster moves. The organization has signed undrafted rookies WR Steve Hull and OLB Cheta Ozougwu, as well as veterans RB Derrick Strozier and OL Thomas Welch. Aside from roster offers, New Orleans has offered their Mercedes Benz Superdome up for a record 11th Super Bowl bid (in February 2018). The party city is 10-for-10 in SB bids and is a favorite to score on their latest proposal. This franchise has been busy in the offseason, see them get down to business with 2014 New Orleans Saints tickets!
5/12/14 - The New Orleans Saints had six picks in the 2014 Draft, with the universal consensus being half of the players are great while the other half are questionable. Their No. 20 first round pick is offensive Swiss army knife Brandin Cooks, followed by the second round pick: coveted CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste. Perhaps more exciting are the 17 undrafted free agents that signed with the club, highlighted by 6'6" receiver Brandon Coleman and 302 lb. center Matthew Armstrong. With a dynamic incoming class, the future looks bright for this Louisiana team. Score 2014 New Orleans Saints tickets and see the young talent develop in person!
4/16/14 - The New Orleans Saints will take on three AFC foes in preseason 2014. New Orleans will kick things off on the road when they pay a visit to the St. Louis Rams and their former defensive coordinator Gregg Williams in Week 1 (Aug 7-10). Catch the Saints in the Mercedes Benz Superdome for their home opener against the Tennessee Titans in Week 2 (Aug 14-18)—these two often meet for exhibition games, and are locked in their series at 14-14-1. Week 3 offers an even bigger matchup, when Drew Brees and company take on Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts during primetime on Saturday, Aug 23. The Saints may be behind the Colts where preseason series is concerned, but no one can forget their epic Super Bowl XLIV victory over Indy. The only other game with a set date falls on Aug 28 when they take on the Baltimore Ravens; New Orleans Saints tickets start at $90 for this final Week 4 matchup.
While the Saints will not face the Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, or New England Patriots in the 2014 regular season, the New Orleans Saints schedule still boasts some high-profile opponents. The most in-demand game will be Brees vs. Rodgers when the Green Bay Packers visit Mercedes-Benz Superdome (avg. $332) in what is sure to be a shootout. While the Saints will not march to Lambeau Field for a cold-weather game, they will face Chicago on a Monday night in late December and Pittsburgh in late November. The cheapest games in NOLA is against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (avg. $187), Cincinnati Bengals (avg. $215), and Minnesota Vikings (avg. $223). In general, Saints tickets are priced comparable to last year, averaging $269 immediately following the release of the 2014 NFL schedule.
2/11/14 – After an 11-5 finish in the 2013 regular season, the Saints have to be feeling pretty optimistic about their 2014 campaign. Aside from their NFC South rivals, the New Orleans Saints schedule features the San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens, and Cincinnati Bengals at home. An 8-0 record at Mercedes Benz Superdome is not out of the question for a team that ended its season last year in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs against the Seattle Seahawks 23-15. Drew Brees and Co. will not face the Seahawks or the Patriots, whom they fell to in 2013; in addition there will be no meeting against AFC champion Denver Broncos.
1/6/14 - The New Orleans Saints quieted cynics when they achieved their first road playoff win in franchise history, last Saturday over the Philadelphia Eagles. The Saints will need to bring their fiercest road rage when they collide with the Seahawks at the most formidable stadium in the league, CenturyLink Field, in the NFC Divisional round. New Orleans Saints tickets are $160 to be there Saturday when Drew Brees seeks revenge!
12/30/13 - The New Orleans Saints clinched a Wild Card berth after crushing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 42-17, on Sunday. After losing the division title to the Carolina Panthers two weeks ago, the Saints are now the No. 6 seed in the AFC, and will take on the rising Philadelphia Eagles this Saturday night in the first round of playoffs.The Saints are perfect at home in the Big Easy, but Sean Payton and company will have to take the show on the road with hopes of improving their 3-5 away game record against the No. 3 seeds at Lincoln Financial Field. Both teams boast two of the best offenses in the NFL, but the Saints have an advantage over Philly, with a veteran quarterback at the helm and a solid fourth-ranked defense. New Orleans Saints playoff tickets start at $128 and average at $283 to see the prolific Drew Brees take on the fresh-faced Nick Foles in one of the most anticipated match-ups of Wild Card weekend!
12/23/13 - The New Orleans Saints were rocked on the road again, losing 13-17 to the relentless Carolina Panthers on Sunday. In a hard-fought battle, New Orleans' immense effort crumbled when Cam Newton launched a game-winning touchdown pass with less than a minute on the clock, propelling the Panthers to the top of the NFC South. Though the defeat was gut-wrenching, New Orleans can clinch a playoff spot by beating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at home this Sunday—and if Carolina loses to Atlanta in Week 17, the Saints will be crowned division kings. New Orleans Saints tickets start at $179 to get into the Superdome for the last regular season game!
12/16/13 - The New Orleans Saints were denied clinching a playoff berth this Sunday, when the St. Louis Rams defeated them 16-27. New Orleans got off to a shaky start and the Rams never let up, exposing their weaknesses on the road: Drew Brees threw interceptions on the first two possessions and was relentlessly pummeled by Ram’s DE Robert Quinn, prompting Sean Payton to bench LT Charles Brown. Next week, the Saints will go marching into Carolina to play hungry NFC South foes, the Panthers, for a chance to clinch the No.2 seed. New Orleans Saints tickets for their most crucial division game of December are hot, averaging at $251 and $61 to start.
12/9/13- In the Superdome, the Saints were safe from bone-chilling temperatures, but still managed to freeze the Carolina Panthers on their road to nine straight victories, with a dominating 31-13 Sunday night victory. The Saints move to first place in the NFC South, riding on the back of Drew Brees, who surpassed 50,000 total career passing yards in front of an adoring crowd. In the impressive win, the Saints became the first team to score over 24 points on Carolina’s No. 1 defense this season, while their own defense relentlessly threw Cam Newton to the ground all game. The Saints are steam rolling into Week 15, and will next battle the St. Louis Rams. New Orleans Saints tickets are just $20 to get in and $92 on average.
12/3/13 - The New Orleans Saints were squashed by the Seattle Seahawks, 7-34, Monday night at CenturyLink Field. The Saints defense was no match for Russell Wilson in the pass or run game and the record-breaking booming crowd didn’t make things any easier for Drew Brees, who snapped his 9 game MNF win-streak. The Saints haven’t scored this low since Sean Payton first arrived, but if they brush off this blowout and get back to dominating, New Orleans could very well be back in Seattle to play the Hawks again, hopefully with a new game plan. Next up are the rising Carolina Panthers, who they will host Sunday night in the Superdome. New Orleans Saints tickets are in high demand, averaging $254 this Sunday.
11/25/13 - The New Orleans Saints defeated the Atlanta Falcons last Thursday (17-13), for another Drew Brees primetime victory. Though not a blowout, the Saints blew out both the Falcons' playoff hopes and chance at a winning season, thanks to QB's pair of touchdown passes to Benjamin Watson and Jimmy Graham. Next week is a big game between two playoff caliber teams: the Seattle Seahawks will host the Saints for a showdown between two NFL titans. New Orleans Saints tickets are easily the hottest of the week, at $484 on average.
11/19/13 - In what many considered to be a playoff preview, the New Orleans Saints bested the San Francisco 49ers, 23-20, and have seriously put their opposition’s playoff hopes in jeopardy. The hard-fought win was graced by a roughing the passer call, which overturned Drew Brees’ fumble, and kept the Saints alive for a game-winning field goal by Garrett Hartley in the last seconds. The Saints have a quick turnaround this week, pitted against the Atlanta Falcons this Thursday, a team that routed them in last year's Thursday night game. New Orleans Saints tickets start at $24 and average at $111 in the Georgia Dome rematch.
11/11/13 - The New Orleans Saints had a historically good night at the expense of the downtrodden Dallas Cowboys, setting the NFL record for most first downs in a single game (40), and a franchise record of 625 total yards in their 16th consecutive nighttime victory at home. Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan achieved some good old revenge over the team that fired him last year, dumping on their defense which is under even worse conditions with his replacement Monte Kiffin at the helm. Drew Brees led the team to a staggering 49-17 rout against the Dallas, throwing touchdowns to Kenny Stills, Marques Colston, Darren Sproles and Pierre Thomas, while Mark Ingram had a career-high 145 rushing yards—displaying the Saints' efficiency and offensive prowess in both the run and pass game. The Saints will host the San Francisco 49ers next week and ticket demand is high: seats start at $48 and are $340 on average.
11/4/13 - The New Orleans Saints suffered their second loss of the season, falling 20-26 to the New York Jets. The offense was out of sorts as Drew Brees was blustered on Sunday’s upset, relentlessly pressured by the Jets defense all game: Brees finished 30 of 51 for 382 yards, two TDs, and two picks. On the other side of the ball, the Saints defense had no answer for the Jet’s running game, especially Chris Ivory (former Saints RB), which accumulated 198 yards. New Orleans is looking to shrug off the defeat and move forward to host the Dallas Cowboys in Week 10. New Orleans Saints tickets for the Brees-Romo showdown are the most expensive of the bunch, at $353 on average for a Sunday night football ticket.
10/28/13 - The New Orleans Saints came out of their bye week with a solid victory over the Buffalo Bills at Mercedes Benz Superdome in yesterday’s game. Drew Brees had a tremendous day, throwing for an immaculate 5 touchdowns, finishing 26 of 34 for 332 yards; he secured an NFL record for eight career games with five or more touchdown passes. The defense didn’t look too shabby either, forcing three turnovers on Sunday. The Bills had a tough time shutting down Brees’ choice target, tight end Jimmy Graham, who came back with gusto, scoring two touchdowns despite a partial tear in his foot. Although the Saints are disappointed with their sloppy victory over the Bills, trailing 10-7 in the second quarter, New Orleans owns the NFC South with a 6-1 record on the season. The Saints will next face the New York Jets, who are looking to shrug off yesterday’s annihilation by the Bengals. New Orleans Saints tickets for Week 9 are $203 on average.
10/21/13 - The New Orleans Saints will be coming out of their bye week to go head to head against the Buffalo Bills, hot on the heels of their come-from-behind victory over the Miami Dolphins yesterday. The injury status of key players Jimmy Graham (TE), Lance Moore (WR) and Roman Harper (safety) are still unknown heading into this week, but, linebacker Jonathan Vilma will presumably be making his return. The Saints have an excellent record following bye weeks, subsequently winning four straight games since 2009, and they haven’t lost to the Bills since 1998. New Orleans Saints tickets when Drew Brees faces Thad Lewis at Mercedes-Benz Superdome is a highly anticipated match, and are the third priciest of the week, at $246 on average.
10/14/13 - In a game some consider to be a Super Bowl preview, the New Orleans Saints suffered a gut-wrenching loss, after being so close victory over Tom Brady and the Patriots 27-30. A now injured Jimmy Graham, who may be out for an extended period of time, was shut down in Sunday’s game by Aqib Talib, falling short of an expectant showing with zero receptions on the day. To tie the game in the 4 quarter, Drew Brees made a long 35-yard TD pass to rookie Kenny Stills, with the extra kick to give them a one-point lead over the Patriots. This effort was lost in the last minute of the game when Brady rallied to seal the victory with the most stunning late fourth quarter comeback of the season, as defensive coordinator Rob Ryan anguished on the sideline. Despite the loss, the titanic battle of the Saints and Patriots showed the strength of New Orleans as they almost succeeded in safeguarding their win streak and overcoming Tom Brady in hostile territory. The New Orleans Saints will be enjoying their bye week, getting healthy and recouping from a heartbreaking loss to come back in Week 8, squaring off against the Miami Dolphins.
10/7/13 - The New Orleans Saints have remained undefeated, after their 26-18 victory over the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. The Saints improved to 5-0 with the help of duo Drew Brees and monster tight end Jimmy Graham, who has now tied the NFL record for a tight end with over 100 yards in four games. Brees, in his first win at Soldier Field, threw 29 for 35 with 288 yards and two touchdowns, with his third highest completion percentage at 82.9%. The Saints defense has stepped up with coordinator Rob Ryan, and their offense was as balanced as ever, running the ball 28 times, and throwing it 35. Jay Cutler and company could not slow their offense down, and the Saints will ride their winning streak into Week 6 when they remain on the road to play a tough Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. New Orleans Saints tickets are the highest priced seats of the week, costing a lofty $423 on average, and a hefty $166 at the lowest.
10/1/13 - The New Orleans Saints served the Miami Dolphins their first loss of the season in Monday Night’s battle of the undefeateds. With the Saints’ 9th straight primetime win, Drew Brees further bolstered his “Mr. Monday Night” title, throwing 413 yards and 4 touchdown passes, securing a 17-38 victory at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Brees worked his excellent targets, including Benjamin Watson, running back Darren Sproles with 7 catches for 14 yards, and unrelenting tight end Jimmy Graham, who caught two TD passes and has at least 100 receiving yards for three consecutive games. With the return of head coach Sean Payton, the team is seemingly unstoppable, as they travel to Illinois to square off against the shaky Chicago Bears in Week 5. New Orleans Saints tickets at Chicago are the hottest tickets of the week, with seats averaging a pricey $462, and $176 being the cheapest to get in.
9/24/13 - The New Orleans Saints are set against the Miami Dolphins, who are electric after coming off an exciting victory over the Falcons last Sunday. Nevertheless, since the return of head coach Sean Payton, the Saints’ dominant defense has been the power surging through New Orleans. Coupled with quarterback Drew Brees, who has been 7-0 in his last seven Monday game night performance, the Saints are looking to stay undefeated at the Mercedes-benz Superdome.
There is no doubt that last year — and season — was one that New Orleans Saints fans would like to forget. First came the bounty scandal, which resulted in head coach Sean Payton receiving a one-season suspension from the NFL, along with linebacker Jonathan Vilma; while interim coach Joe Vitt was handed a six-game suspension to be served at the beginning of the season — which meant the Saints would be starting the season with an interim interim coach.Then when the season got off to a start, the squad fell into an immediate hole, going 0-for-September before collecting their first win in October. The squad ultimately finished well back of division champ Atlanta Falcons, despite splitting their games with the Falcons.
Saints fans have to hope the defense can pick up the pieces from that disastrous season; that unit finished dead last in the entire NFL in opposition rushing yards per game, and next to last in opposition passing yards per game. The return of Vilma, the spiritual leader, should help. On the offensive side of the ball, Saints fans have to smile at the thought of Drew Brees at the controls. Brees led the New Orleans offensive unit to the top spot in passing yards per game, with the help of a pair of 1,000-yard receivers in Marques Colston and Lance Moore, and nearly a third in Jimmy Graham. The ground game, such that it is, is handled by running backs Mark Ingram, the team’s leading rusher, and Pierre Thomas.
New Orleans is always good for a party, and the Mercedes-Benz Superdome is always a good starting place. The 2013 Saints schedule kicks off with the 9/8 home opener versus NFC South division rival Atlanta Falcons in New Orleans. Falcons vs. Saints tickets start at $137, the most expensive get-price of any Saints home game in September. Other key New Orleans Saints games include tough back-to-back Sundays in November when the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers visit The Big Easy. Cowboys vs. Saints tickets for the Sunday Night Football game on November 10th are priced from $189 in the upper end zones, 38% more than the team's opening game against Atlanta. 49ers vs. Saints tickets the following Sunday are a better deal, with a get-in price 42% less than the Cowboys vs. Saints game. Saints fans wanting to score cheap New Orleans Saints tickets should plan to go to home games against the Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers — all have tickets under $70.