NFC South: The New Orleans Saints Era of Domination Continues in 2010

August 31, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When the New Orleans Saints joined the NFL in 1967, they lived on skid row in the league. Other than six seasons of winning record, along with six more at .500, the team had a losing record in each year.
Things got so bad in the decade in the 1970's they were called the "Aints" by many. Several fans would show up to their games wearing paper bags over their head as the franchise struggled mightily.
All of this changed last year, as an explosive and talented squad put it all together and won a franchise best 13 games. They rolled through the postseason and ended up hoisting their first league championship banner ever. Now that they are tasting success from victory, most can expect more of the same from them in the NFC South in 2010.
Although the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers, two teams that have never won it all, made improvements during the offseason, most pundits expect the Saints to run away with the division rather easily. A very young Tampa Bay Buccaneer...

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