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    New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill didn’t play well during a 27-17 loss to the Cowboys. Hill got the starting nod Thursday night against Dallas as New Orleans tried to shake things up, but it wasn’t pretty. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by New Orleans Saints (@saints) Hillthrew an embarrassing four interceptions in the losing effort. He also threw two touchdowns, passed for 264 yards and rushed for 101 yards. So, if you look past the fact he threw four picks, it wasn’t the worst game possible! The Taysom Hill Experience ™️ (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/DItOl9hsfQ — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) December 3, 2021 Honestly, there’s been a ton of chatter about whether or not Hill can  be a legit quarterback in the NFL. Well, after throwing four interceptions Thursday night against the Cowboys, I think people are going to quickly fall into the camp that he’s not. Every quarterback turns the ball over from time to time. It’s just part of the game. Taysom...
    New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston’s knee injury is serious. The Saints beat the Buccaneers during their Sunday matchup, but the Florida State Heisman winner went down with a knee injury. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Jameis Winston is being looked at by medical staff on the field right now. pic.twitter.com/maPLBZ5Qxj — FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) October 31, 2021 After the game, head coach Sean Payton told the media it was a “significant” injury and Ian Rapoport reported it’s “a potentially season-ending situation for the starter.” Payton on Winston’s injury “I think it’s significant” pic.twitter.com/eg19MpgLFL — New Orleans Saints (@Saints) October 31, 2021 #Saints coach Sean Payton describes the knee injury for QB Jameis Winston as “significant.” A potentially season-ending situation for the starter. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 1, 2021 Jane Slater further reported that it’s believed Winston suffered an ACL injury, which would almost certainly put an end to his season. I’m told it’s his ACL https://t.co/rzHEBP4vb8 — Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) November 1, 2021 This is a really...
    Twitter users made fun of Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll for his play calls on offense against the New Orleans Saints. The Seattle Seahawks were looking to bring an end to their losing streak on Monday night. But to do so, they would have to defeat a well-rested New Orleans Saints team coming off the bye week. Even though both teams were close on the scoreboard for the majority of the game, the Seahawks offense could not get anything going. That was a given, considering that quarterback Russell Wilson is still sidelined with a right middle finger injury. But head coach Pete Carroll did not do the team any favors with his play-calling on offense. NFL Twitter was not kind to the former Super Bowl-winning head coach. Pete Carrolls entire playbook pic.twitter.com/dLFUTk8lzn — Jarad Evans (@PFF_Jarad) October 26, 2021 In Pete Carroll’s ideal world, the forward pass doesn’t exist — Dan Ambrosino (@AmbrosinoNFL) October 26, 2021 What is Pete Carroll doing? He has DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett and hes pounding the ball at 3-yards-per-carry with journeymen...
    It looks like New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston is officially back. After backing up Drew Brees in 2020, Winston got his first start since playing for the Buccaneers Sunday when the Saints played the Packers and he balled out. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) FINAL: Jameis Winston’s five TDs propel the @Saints to a Week 1 win! #GBvsNO #Saints pic.twitter.com/CiYUsZIsdR — NFL (@NFL) September 12, 2021 During the 38-3 win for New Orleans, the Florida State Heisman winner threw five touchdowns and for 148 yards. While the total yards wasn’t overly impressive, tossing five touchdowns in a single NFL game is downright outrageous. Jameis Winston with the quote of the day pic.twitter.com/uyShgYdPuC — Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) September 13, 2021 I don’t want to get too excited, but I think it’s safe to say Jameis Winston might officially be back, and that’s good news for the NFL. Winston has one of the biggest personalities in the league, and when he’s rolling, it’s a ton of fun to watch. JAMEIS WINSTON HAS FIVE...
    Getty Drew Brees #9 of the New Orleans Saints. Saints’ longtime starting quarterback Drew Brees most likely played his last snap in the New Orleans Saints playoff loss to the Buccanneers, 30-20, in the NFC divisional round. While many fans don’t want it to happen, several reports have confirmed that it’s going to. Before Sunday’s game, NFL insider Jay Glazer said on the FOX Sports’ NFL pregame show that Brees will not return following the Saints’ postseason run. “Drew Brees—tonight will be the last game he plays at the Superdome,” Glazer said. “And whenever his last game is—if they lose tonight if they lose next week—that will be the last game he plays in the NFL.” .@JayGlazer: Today will be Drew Brees last game in the Superdome. pic.twitter.com/7ecSRUswFL — FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) January 17, 2021 Glazer was asked by the others on the show if that was his belief or a fact, Glazer responded, “No, that is it. Drew Brees will be done.” Glazer is well-known for breaking Saints news and has a close relationship with...
    Michael Thomas capped off an already tough 2020 season with an awful showing against the Bucs. 2020 was a brutal season for New Orleans Saints receiver Michael Thomas. So maybe it was fitting he ended it with a zero-catch performance in the team’s playoff loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Thomas dealt with injuries and a fight in practice that saw him appear in only seven regular season games after a record-setting year in 2019. His season ended, as did Drew Brees’ career, on a day when the star receiver had zero catches on four targets. That had fans on social media dragging him following the game. Michael Thomas woke up feeling dangerous ???????????????????????????? 0 catches ????????????????0 yards ????????????????0 TD’s ???????????????? pic.twitter.com/xf0XrogU4u — ???? ???? ???? ¹¹ (@CantGuardAiyuk) January 18, 2021 Thomas ends his season in terrible fashionThe entire Saints offense struggled Sunday as it was clear to see Brees was a shell of his former self. He tossed three interceptions and just lacked velocity on his throws. But Thomas has been there since 2016 to be a reliable target...
    Jana Kramer Apologizes to Tiger Woods Ex Rachel Uchitel After Saying She "Hates" Her 38 ways to avoid lifestyle creep CJ Gardner-Johnson Took a Cheap Shot and Punched Leonard Fournette in the Back With the New Orleans Saints beating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers twice during the regular season, it didn't take long for things to get chippy on the field during the divisional round. However, things seemed to escalate near the end of the first half. Tom Brady went after a Saints defender. And then there was CJ Gardner-Johnson. © Provided by The Big Lead CJ Gardner-Johnson | Chris Graythen/Getty Images C. J. Gardner-Johnson going for the strip. #Saints #Bucs pic.twitter.com/dRX244ZU5F— Justin Groc (@jgroc) January 18, 2021He will likely saying he was trying to punch the ball out, but that was a straight up punch to Fournette's body in a crowd. As Dustin Colquitt points out, it looked like a straight kidney shot. Is that a kidney shot....no place for that in the game pic.twitter.com/rH1eehKoni— Dustin Colquitt (@dustincolquitt2) January 18, 2021Gardner-Johnson has been fined multiple times this season, including...
    Getty QB Mitchell Trubisky of the Chicago Bears Mitch Trubisky may or may not have played his last game in a Chicago Bears uniform — but at least he turned in an award-winning performance. After the Bears lost their second playoff game in three seasons to the New Orleans Saints, 21-9, Trubisky was awarded a — we’ll call it unique piece of hardware. The Bears-Saints game aired on CBS and Nickelodeon in a simulcast, and to commemorate the occasion, the network handed out an MVP-type trophy awarded to a player voted on by viewers. Trubisky, who went 19-for-29 for 199 yards and a last-second touchdown in the loss, was voted the winner by a presumably large contingent of Bears fans watching. Thus, in a telecast that featured the likes of SpongeBob, Patrick Star and Young Sheldon star Iain Armitage, fans voted Trubisky as Nickelodeon’s Most Valuable Player or NVP. Naturally, Twitter had reactions. Follow the Heavy on Bears Facebook page, where you can weigh in on all the latest Bears-related breaking news, rumors, content and more!Twitter Reacts to Trubisky’s NVP...
    The NFL should be embarrassed by the Nickelodeon broadcast Sunday. Sunday, the league broadcast the Saints beating the Bears on the network meant for kids, and it was embarrassing. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) There were absurd graphics, weird celebrations and the whole thing felt strange. SLIME CANNONS! ???? ????: #CHIvsNO on NICK pic.twitter.com/Z9ZkYy5N3r — New Orleans Saints (@Saints) January 10, 2021 I’m sorry, but is this the NFL or is a league meant for little kids? Children should love football, but the product shouldn’t be catered to them. We’re out here talking about sliming people! Are you kidding me? What the hell was the NFL thinking? Saints head coach Sean Payton literally had green slime dumped on him. The dude is an NFL coach. The entire thing was embarrassing. ???? @SeanPayton keeps his promise: slimed! @nickelodeon #Saints pic.twitter.com/qKzo1za3qA — New Orleans Saints (@Saints) January 11, 2021 Mitch Trubisky, who wasn’t impressive during the 21-9 loss, was named the best player out there by the network. And the NVP is…@Mtrubisky10 of...
    Cogensia CEO arrested for breaching the US Capitol during Trump-fueled insurrection Pelosi issues ultimatum to Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment Nickelodeon’s NFL Wild Card broadcast was fun, goofy, and needs to be done again Nickelodeon’s broadcast of Sunday’s NFL Wild Card Playoff game between the Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints was fun. (Well, maybe not for Bears fans disappointed over their team’s 28-10 loss.) Fans, along with NFL, CBS, and Nickelodeon executives couldn’t have hoped for more from the kid-friendly telecast. © Provided by Awful Announcing Best of all, viewers responding to the broadcast on social media largely seemed to accept the entire effort in the spirit of which it was intended. Those who wanted a regular NFL broadcast could watch Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on CBS. But anybody who wanted something a bit different, albeit without much serious football talk, had a memorable alternative on Nickelodeon. And for regular Nickelodeon viewers wondering why football was on their channel, rather than cartoons or sitcoms, SpongeBob Squarepants and Patrick Star appeared to fill viewers in. Oh, and...
    NFL fans are loving all the aspects of the Nickelodeon broadcast on Sunday’s Bears-Saints game. The NFL decided to get creative this year by having a playoff game broadcast on Nickelodeon. The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears get the honor of playing in that game Sunday and the early reaction on social media is overwhelmingly positive. There are plenty of fun graphics and fans aren’t holding back in their jokes and memes on Twitter. Nickelodeon gonna tell the kids “Manti Te’o had an imaginary friend just like you!” — Young Person (@EricTrillman_) January 10, 2021 Having fun with the new broadcastIt is going to be hard for fans to avoid this trippy and bizarre broadcast. Just look at what happens when a touchdown is scored. Every game should be on Nickelodeon pic.twitter.com/548xKZjahQ — Cleveland Sports Fans (@CLE_SPORTS_FANS) January 10, 2021 This is all a ton of fun and fans should embrace the NFL trying this out for everyone to enjoy. Bears-Saints is also simulcasting on Nickelodeon. "SpongeBob Sports Pants" This is real.pic.twitter.com/P2jwo5g2Cs — NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) January...
    New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara is having himself a day on Christmas, rushing for six touchdowns against the Minnesota Vikings. If you have New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara on your fantasy football team for your championship matchup, holy smokes, Christmas Day just got even better. As of this writing, the speedster has rushed for six touchdowns against Minnesota’s poor defense. That’s not a typo. Kamara had half a dozen touchdowns on the day, having himself one of the best games of the year for any running back out there, period. In case you’ve been too busy eating ham or pie for the last few hours, we’ve got you covered below with all of Kamara’s scores.Alvin Kamara has looked brilliant against the Vikings and has five touchdowns to his nameSeriously, Kamara has stolen the show and is likely the favorite guy on the planet over Santa Claus for countless folks out there. 40 YARD TD ????@saints | @A_kamara6 pic.twitter.com/kZCU1liUCS — FanSided (@FanSided) December 25, 2020 Stop us if youve heard this before… @A_kamara6 TD????@NFL | #Saints...
    New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara is having himself a day on Christmas, rushing for five touchdowns against the Minnesota Vikings. If you have New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara on your fantasy football team for your championship matchup, holy smokes, Christmas Day just got even better. As of this writing, the speedster has rushed for five touchdowns against Minnesota’s poor defense. That’s not a typo. Kamara has five touchdowns on the day, having himself one of the best games of the year for any running back out there, period. In case you’ve been too busy eating ham or pie for the last few hours, we’ve got you covered below with all of Kamara’s scores.Alvin Kamara has looked brilliant against the Vikings and has five touchdowns to his nameSeriously, Kamara has stolen the show and is likely the favorite guy on the planet over Santa Claus for countless folks out there. 40 YARD TD ????@saints | @A_kamara6 pic.twitter.com/kZCU1liUCS — FanSided (@FanSided) December 25, 2020 Stop us if youve heard this before… @A_kamara6 TD????@NFL | #Saints pic.twitter.com/mp7f0ek0kH —...
    Getty Images Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes leads the NFL in passing yards (4,208) heading into Week 15. With the Kansas City Chiefs gearing up for a potential Super Bowl preview against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, Patrick Mahomes was looking sharp even before the first whistle. In a video shared by the team, the MVP passer was seen entering the Mercedes-Benz Superdome with some sweet red suede shoes. You know what time it is ⏰ pic.twitter.com/MPnr5tFiBe — Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) December 20, 2020 Follow the Heavy on Chiefs Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content out of Chiefs Kingdom! A few of Mahomes teammates were looking particularly dapper as well, most notably, former LSU products Tyrann Mathieu and Clyde Edwards-Helaire in their homecoming game after dominant collegiate careers in Baton Rouge. Homecoming ???????? pic.twitter.com/nOALfA9LqY — Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) December 20, 2020 Back in The Dome. @Clydro_22 @darrelwilliams_ pic.twitter.com/gLRTwiPfu6 — Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) December 20, 2020 Mahomes Chasing Another MVP AwardWith Drew Brees now slated to start for the Saints...
    Pfizer says early data shows Covid-19 vaccine is 90 percent effective, higher than expected 13 things you probably didnt know about The Cheesecake Factory After Saints romped the Bucs, Jameis Winston was ready to Eat a W Jameis Winston was unceremoniously dumped by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this offseason, so it’s understandable if he wanted to soak it in on Sunday night. Winston and the New Orleans Saints blasted the Buccaneers 38-3 in one of the most dominant NFL performances you’ll see. Winston played a little in garbage time, and afterward he was ready to celebrate the win in full. Including him bringing back “Eat a W.” Winston’s peculiar pregame speech a few years ago went viral. If you saw it, you remember it. Winston has a sense of humor, because he photobombed Drew Brees’ postgame interview with NBC to bring it back. Jameis was back in Tampa and eating those Ws last night ???? pic.twitter.com/i2CnacuQ5z— Gridiron (@Gridiron) November 9, 2020 FRAME IT pic.twitter.com/74ZjJErVzn— Famous Jameis (@FamousJameis) November 9, 2020 The party — and eating Ws...
    Chicago Bears receiver Javon Wims punched a guy on the Saints during their Sunday matchup. For seemingly no reason at all, Wims walked up to C.J. Gardner-Johnson, threw multiple punches and then all hell broke loose. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Watch the insane situation unfold below. What is #Bears WR Javon Wims doing? Complete dumbass. pic.twitter.com/fvPspWQYN4 — Steve Frederick (@_SteveFrederick) November 1, 2020 What the hell is Wims doing out there? Obviously, he got ejected, and there’s no question at all that a huge punishment is coming his way. A suspension? Yeah, I think that’s the least of his concerns right now. He might never play a snap of NFL football ever again after pulling that stunt. We got a fight ???????? Wims got ejected after he throws a punch #NOvsCHI #BearsvsSaints pic.twitter.com/fwvRhJFNDc — The Sports Throne (@SportsThroneHub) November 1, 2020 Seriously, what the hell was he thinking? It wasn’t even a heat of the moment situation. He just walked right up and started throwing punches. There’s never an acceptable reason...
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