The Saints were The Aints. They finally became owned by a family (the Benson’s) that invested their money in their money in getting good players and the result was winning a Super Bowl. Besides a world-class facility (The Superdome), the team has a great fan base. Having lived in New Orleans, there is nothing to compare to a home game during the football season. Got bad history with Steelers.A great franchise but they beat up on my favorite teams in my early youth. Grew up in Balto and during the Colts era of the 60s Strelers were bad.around 70 they started building a Dynasty. They really handled Colts after.I moved in 83 to. Philly and they dominated The Eagles for many yrs when they did meet in inter conf play. They have a great org with good continuity and steady coaching and QBs have had a lot of greatness in em. They have had very consistent top notch D for decades.
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The flour de lis has been an important emblem in French culture since way, way back. It was brought here by the first French settlers, and was adopted as the Saints’ logo at their inception. It’s commonly seen all over Louisiana, but most significantly in New Orleans. So, it’s much more than the Saints’ logo, it’s the emblem of the city. The Saints might be the second-best NFC team right now, behind Seattle, although Carolina and perhaps even San Francisco (which almost beat the Saints in New Orleans this weekend) would have a case. For the Saints to win the Super Bowl, you’d have to think they win the NFC South; benefit from something unexpected happening to Seattle at home in the playoffs (Saints, Carolina or Niners — three teams that would be UNLIKELY to win at Seattle, but plausibly could do it); and then you’d have to believe the Saints get by the AFC Champ in the Super Bowl.