NFL Divisional Playoffs – The New Orleans Saintsations

The New Orleans Saints continued their winning ways with a victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in the divisional round.  The Saints will next square off against the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship game, featuring the top two teams in the conference. 

Let’s take a look at the most recent Saintsations photos from last week’s game and to see the full gallery click here.

NFL Regular Season Week 12 – The Saintsations

Another week, another important game.  This week, it was a game against their division rival Atlanta Falcons, a one time favorite to win the NFC Championship who has fallen on hard times the past few weeks.  Still, the Falcons are a formidable team on paper with a high powered offense and a defense that has lost quite a few key players.

The Saints defense came up big, forcing three Falcons turnovers inside the Saints 20 yard line and they were as effective on offense.  Drew Brees passes for 171 yards and four touchdowns and the Saints rushed for over 150 yards to defeat the Falcons, 31 – 17.

With the win, the Saints eliminated the Falcons from NFC South contention.  Now let’s turn our attention to this week’s Saintsations photos.  Click here to view this week’s gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 11 – The Saintsations

We continue our coverage of Week 11 of the NFL regular season with another look at the Saintsations.  Please click here to view the Saints game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 9 – The Saintsations

There weren’t any bigger games on the schedule in Week 9 than the one between the Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints, the teams with the two best records in the NFC.  People expected this game to be a shoot out and it did not disappoint.  Young and talented, the Rams Jared Goff passed for 391 yards and three touchdowns, but the Saints have a future Hal of Fame quarterback in Drew Brees, who matched Goff’s touchdown total and added another one for good measure.  Alvin Kamara chipped in two rushing touchdowns to help lead the Saints to the victory.  Final score: Saints – 45, Rams – 35.

This game was as good as advertised and with the win, the Saints move ahead of the previously undefeated Rams to become the new favorite to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.

With the game recap out of the way, let’s take a peek at this week’s Saintsations photos.  Click here to view the Saints game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 5 – The Saintsations

Monday Night Football is a big deal.  It’s the biggest stage during the regular season and it’s the place to make a statement, so you’d better come ready to play because millions of people are going to be watching.  Last Monday, the New Orleans Saints came to play and thoroughly outclassed the visiting Washington Redskins.  Saints QB Drew Brees threw for 363 yards and three TDs on the way to setting  an NFL record for all time passing yards.  Melvin Ingram, fresh off of his four game suspension, rushed for two touchdown and reminded people that the Saints have one of the most dynamic offenses in the NFL.

In contrast, the Redskins looked listless and incapable of stopping the Saints offense.  Alex Smith regressed to what people have come to expect from him, a dink and dunk game manager.  Last year’s deep ball throwing prowess has proven to be a fluke year for Smith and he has done little to make people forget Kirk Cousins, who has generally thrived in his new surroundings in Minnesota. 

Bottom line…the Redskins are not a better team with Smith at the helm and as for the Saints…well they appear to be the same old high scoring, play off contending Saints.  Final Score, Saints – 43, Redskins – 19.

Let us turn our attention to what we are all here for…the Saintsations.  Click here to view the Saints gallery of images from the game.

NFL Regular Season Week 2 – The Saintsations

The resurgent Cleveland Browns came to town to play one of the favorites to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl, the New Orleans Saints.  It was a surprisingly close contest and the Saints had to sweat out a missed extra point by the Browns that could have won the game, before pulling out the win on a late field goal, 21 – 18. 

So with the recap out of the way, let’s take a look at this week’s game day images of the Saintsations.  Click here to view the Saints’ game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 1 – The Saintsations

Its new season in the NFL and it appears that several cheerleading squads have adopted new looks.  Perhaps it is a response to recent current events or perhaps just the evolution of professional cheerleading in 2018.  One of those new look squads is the New Orleans Saintsations.  Click here to take a look at the Saintsations game day gallery.

She must be thinking what I am thinking…Ryan Fitzpatrick…really? 400 yards and five total touchdowns…seriously?

Saintsations Photos from Wild Card Weekend

The New Orleans Saints have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Wild Card Weekend.  Click here to view the images.

 

Saintsations Photos from Week 16

The New Orleans Saints have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 16.  Click here to view the gallery.

Saintsations Photos from Week 15

The New Orleans Saints have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 15.   Click here to view the gallery.

 

Saintsations Photos from Week 13

The New Orleans Saints have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 13.  Click here to view the gallery.

Saintsations Photos from Week 11

The New Orleans Saints have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 11.  Click here to view the gallery.

Photos by Michael C. Hebert.

Saintsations Photos from Week 9

The New Orleans Saints posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 9.  Click here to view the gallery.

Saintsations Photos from Week 8

The New Orleans Saints posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 8.  Click here to view the gallery.

New Orleans Saintsations Photos from Week 6

The New Orleans Saints have uploaded a gallery of cheerleader images from week 6. Click here to view the gallery.

 

 

Photos by Michael C. Hebert.