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Monday Night Football games often decide many fantasy fates. This week, a major matchup has monster fantasy implications in many leagues. Scott Engel and Adam Ronis say it’s only fitting that maybe the biggest game of the regular season comes to decide games in the biggest week of the fantasy schedule.
The Broncos and Saints have two of the best offenses in the NFL. Is it wise to load your Fantasy lineup with top players from those squads if you can? Scott Engel and Gregg Sussman have the answers.
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we examine my one true love the New Orleans Saints.
(Disclaimer: I’m a huge Saints fan, all opinions in this article will be irrational and deemed unfit for use in a court of law.)
Kenny Vaccaro is a safety that was drafted by the New Orleans Saints with the fifteenth overall pick of the 2013 NFL Draft. He is also a dead ringer for San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, so much so that his own team’s fans mistake him for Kaep as he walks around New Orleans in this video.
Another NFL team’s cheerleaders heard from. Better than the Dolphins’ cheerleaders’ version? You be the judge.
Terrible Person(s) Of The Day: ESPN Atlanta Radio Hosts Mock Steve Gleason’s ALS, Get Suspended (UPDATE: Now With Audio)
Last week, we got to watch a soccer player pick up a dog by the neck and throw it into a chain-link fence. That was bad enough, but this week three radio hosts at Atlanta’s ESPN 790 The Zone decided to make fun of former New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason’s ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Roger Goodell Has Reinstated Gregg Williams, Titans Officially Hire Him As A Senior Assistant For Defense
Gregg Williams to the Tennessee Titans has been in the works for a while now, pending league reinstatement of Enemy No. 1. Williams, who was suspended indefinitely for his involvement in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal, sat out all of last season while technically an employee of the St. Louis Rams. As of today he’s been reinstated, and he’s back coaching in the NFL.
You don’t exactly need this t-shirt appearing on every street corner in New Orleans to tell you that Roger Goodell isn’t exactly the most beloved person down by the bayou. Contrary to what you might believe as an outsider, Louisiana native and co-chair of the host committee James Carville says Bountygate is just water under the bridge.
Joe Vitt testified back in December regarding the Saints Bounty Scandal, but NOLA.com just recently obtained the transcript. There’s a ton in there: including wild praise for Jonathan Vilma, and some mean, mean words for Mike Cerullo and Gregg Williams. Highlights, after the jump.
New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz had a big game in his team’s 52-27 victory over the New Orleans Saints yesterday, hauling in eight catches for 121 yards and a touchdown – and the subsequent salsa dance. And this screencap, which came right after Cruz’s TD at the start of the fourth quarter. What is going on with the back of his head there, we have no idea.