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Brown paper-bags-on-heads = The New Orleans Ain'ts

New Orleans Saints 0-4 starts & finishes ...

YEAR
Game 5
After Game 4
FINISH
2012
WIN *
7 - 5
7 - 9
2007
WIN
7 - 5
7 - 9
1996
Loss
3 - 9
3 - 13
1995
Loss
7 - 5
7 - 9
1980
Loss
1 - 11
1 - 15
1972
Loss
2 - 7 - 1
2 - 11 - 1
1969
Loss
5 - 5
5 - 9
1967
Loss
3 - 7
3 - 11

* New Orleans Saints earn first win as Drew Brees breaks 52-year Johnny Unitas passing record

Buddy Diliberto (1931 - 2005), the voice of the New Orleans Saints

Buddy Diliberto promised to wear a dress if the Saints ever went to the Super Bowl

Buddy D, the ultimate New Orleans Saints fan, once said, "When you go to Heaven after you die, tell St. Peter you're a Saints fan. He'll say, 'C'mon in, I don't care what else you done, you suffered enough.'" The history of the New Orleans Saints is well-documented. Archie Manning getting sacked. The Aints. The paper bags on heads. No playoff games until 1987. No playoff wins until 2000.

Bernard "Buddy" Diliberto pledged on numerous occasions to his listeners that he would wear a dress on Bourbon Street if the Saints ever reached the Super Bowl. Annually, the New Orleans Saints faithful fans would tease Buddy about his promise to wear a dress if the Saints ever played in a Super Bowl. He never got close to having to make good on that promise, though, as we all know, he certainly wished for that walk on Bourbon Street in a dress.

When Buddy died in 2005, Bobby Hebert, The Cajun Cannon, took over his radio show; he also took over the promise. Now it is up to Bobby Hebert to carry on this tradition. Bobby Hebert has said on-air numerous times that he will fulfill Buddy's promise. If the Saints do get to the Super Bowl, Bobby Hebert would wear a dress and walk down Bourbon Street in honor of the late Diliberto. As Bobby Hebert has said over the airways during the 2006 New Orleans Saint's season, "I will be 'twitching' in high-heals down Bourbon Street."

In mid-January 2007, the New Orleans Saints made it to within one (1) win of going to the Superbowl. Bobby Hebert joked about the challenge, "There's a group called 'Buddy's Broads' and they want to march in the dresses in the Mardi Gras parades, but I told them it was a one time deal. I'll have no problem finding a dress, I'm sure they will have quite the selection. The challenge for them will be finding me some heels to fit my feet."

Well, we didn't see Bobby Hebert in a dress in February 2007 due to the 39 - 14 New Orleans Saints loss to the Chicago Bears in the NFC Championship. Bobby Hebert has said on-air that he is kind of relieved. He had visions in his head about second-lining and twirling the umbrella while doing the jig. Hopefully, Bobby will have to make good on his promise in February 2010!

Note: As of February 2015, the only NFL teams that have never played in a Superbowl are the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars. However, the Cleveland Browns and Detroit Lions franchises attended numerous NFL Championships prior to the first Superbowl (pre-1966) ... each winning four (4) NFL Championships. The Cleveland Browns attended eleven (11) NFL Championships, and the Detroit Lions attended five (5).


Buddy's Broads

I pledge allegiance to the Saints, and the great city of New Orleans, and to the Superbowl, for which we will win, one city, below sea level, under God, with Mardi Gras and alcohol for all!

This is the day Buddy D vowed to don a dress

What New Orleans Saints Fans Think

  • We think we need to win every game 100-0.
  • We need to continue our love/hate relationship with Reggie Bush.
  • We donít want to waste Drew Brees.
  • We know you other fans think this shit is funny.
  • We want to play in, win, and have sex in the Super Bowl.
  • Read More: The Mind of a Saints Fan

Make Some Noise! Who Dat!

  • The most important thing for the Vikings offense is to get the play, so if you can disrupt that process when the Vikings have the ball, that creates a huge advantage for the Saints. Don't wait until the Vikings come to the line , make noise when the play and game clock are put into motion.
  • When the Vikings offense is at the line of scrimmage; the fans need to scream!
  • No matter if the Vikings are winning 100 or losing by 100, cheer as if the score is 0 - 0. At field level when you are cranked up, nobody can hear anything!
  • You should not have a voice by the end of the game! It will be worth it: Superbowl & the Cajun Cannon in a dress!

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New Orleans Saints finally win a game! Defeat Chargers 31-24

San Diego Chargers & Quarterback Phillip Rivers fail final 2-minute drill in game

New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees breaks Johnny Unitas 52-year old passing record!

October 07, 2012 - NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana. While playing against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday night, New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees sets the NFL record for number of consecutive games with a touchdown pass. New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees eclipsed the 47 straight games mark, breaking the record set by Johnny Unitas a half-century ago. The record-setting scoring pass was a 40-yard pass to New Orleans Saints Wide Receiver Devery Henderson burning San Diego Chargers Cornerback Quentin Jammer in the process.

Baltimore Colts Quarterback Johnny Unitas set the record between 1956 and 1960 and no one had come within 10 games of the Unitas record until New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees began to close late last season. New England Quarterback Tom Brady has the third-longest streak, extending his to 37 games Sunday in a victory over the Denver Broncos.

New Orleans Saints Head Coach (suspended) Sean Payton, assistant head coach (suspended) Joe Vitt and general manager (suspended) Mickey Loomis, all three suspended in the NFL's bounty-gate investigation, were permitted by the NFL at New Orleans Saints Quarterback Drew Brees' request to attend the game in the New Orleans Superdome.


New Orleans Saints Wide Receiver Devery Henderson catches Drew Brees' record-setting scoring pass.

San Diego Chargers
New Orleans Saints
Oct 7, 2012
1
2
3
4
Final
Chargers
7
10
7
0
24
Saints
7
7
7
10
31

Drew Brees (QB) Reggie Bush (RB) Pierre Thomas (RB) Jermon Bushrod (T) Jon Stinchcomb (T)
Jeremy Shockey (TE) Marques Colston (WR) Robert Meachem (WR) John Carney (K)
Alex Brown (DE) Anthony Hargrove (DE) Remi Ayodele (DT) Darren Sharper (FS)
Tracy Porter (CB) Jabari Greer (CB) Malcolm Jenkins (CB) Patrick Robinson (CB) Sean Payton
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Saint's 2009 Schedule Saint's 2009 Roster 2009 NFL Draft 2009 Saints
Jim Henderson Saint's 2008 Schedule Saints 2008 Roster 2008 NFL Draft 2008 Saints
Bobby's Brawds Saint's 2007 Schedule Saint's 2007 Roster 2007 NFL Draft 2007 Saints
Aints Saint's 2006 Schedule Drew Brees Chant 2006 NFL Draft 2006 Saints
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