New Orleans Saints Tickets

The New Orleans Saints are heading in to the 2012 postseason a team with all the tools to reach the Super Bowl and emerge victorious. Drew Brees plays like an MVP, Darren Sproles is a double threat out of the backfield, and the defense is better than the numbers suggest. This could be a very special run, so hurry and find Saints tickets to see it all live.

New Orleans Saints tickets are on sale to see a team that so thoroughly defeated the Lions in the Wild Card round that few football fans believe the San Francisco 49ers have a chance to win the January 14, 2012 Divisional Round game at Candlestick Park. Drew Brees is continuing his bid for MVP for both the regular season and, eventually, the Super Bowl. TheSeats has the Saints playoff tickets to enjoy the postseason with great seats for this next step before the Super Bowl.

New Orleans Saints Tickets for Sale

The Saints have come marching in this 2012 NFL postseason. They made it clear the Detroit Lions were no challenge at home and now they have to prove they can win on the road against quality football teams. New Orleans played a total of two playoff teams during the regular season and went 1-1. Unfortunately, the Packers, the team that beat them, is still in the running, and the Falcons, the team they beat, is not. Is that saying something? Who knows?

They do know they have a myriad of receiving options. Tight end Jimmy Graham; wide receivers Marques Colston, Lance Moore, Robert Meachem, and Devery Henderson; and running backs Darren Sproles and PierreThomas are all viable route runners. Sean Payton and Drew Brees are well aware that the pure number of quality receiving outlets is too much for any defense. For, as in basketball, great offense trumps great defense and that favors the New Orleans Saints in any postseason game.

New Orleans gets to play the San Francisco 49ers, one of those great defensive teams. The 49ers are pretty good against the pass, but excel against the run. They also are one of the best teams at creating turnovers. It seems odd, but Jim Harbaugh was once known as "Captain Comeback" and the majority of his highlights as a quarterback are of him on broken plays. Now he has established himself as a defensive coach. The Saints will test Harbaugh in his rookie season as head coach and will test that axiom mentioned above.

New Orleans Saints History

The New Orleans Saints first took the field at the Louisiana Superdome in 1967. Despite beginning the Manning family legacy, the Saints struggled to post a winning record for two decades. Jim Mora had some success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. New Orleans posted six straight winning records and went to the playoffs four times. Never advancing beyond the Wild Card Playoff round, the team had to wait until Sean Payton and Drew Brees collaborated to create one of the most prolific offenses in the NFL.

All this came to fruition in the 2009 season. Brees, Colston, and Reggie Bush were the faces of an offense that ended the regular season with a 13-3 record and the defense showed up for the postseason. The Saints demolished the Cardinals 45-14 in the Divisional Playoffs, beat the Vikings 31-28 in overtime, and thwarted the Colts and Manning's efforts to win a second Super Bowl, winning 31-17.

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2018 New Orleans Saints Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Sep 8, 2018
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