New Orleans Saints: Will They Return To The Super Bowl?

May 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The toughest task for a Superbowl team is often the off-season that follows.
For every 10 times you see a player say his main goal is to get a Superbowl ring, I can show you eight liars.
The majority of players are there for the money, that's the first priority for him and his agent, and every thing else is a distant second. 
For every team who wins the Superbowl, and approaches off-season, pretty much all of its free agents, restricted and unrestricted hunt the market for the highest bidder. It's common for a Superbowl camp to lose six-to-eight players.
Because of this, "going to the highest bidder syndrome," regaining the Lombardi is perhaps the hardest thing to accomplish in all of football, or sports in general for that matter. 
The Saints have done a tremendous job in retaining players. It is almost as if these guys put, "being on a winning organization," above going to the highest bidder. The Saints, have retained 20 of their 22 starters whi...

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