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Saints know they're partying too hard — and they don't seem to care

NFL_moore2.jpgIt’s Day Eight since the New Orleans Saints have won their first ever Super Bowl, and the celebration continues.

Peter King of SI.com raises a very valid point in his Monday Morning Quarterback column:  Is the partying potentially screwing up the team’s preparations for the 2010 season?

As King points out, the Saints already were five weeks behind the 20 non-playoff teams.  With the celebrations still happening, will it screw up the Saints for their first season as defending Super Bowl champion?

“I’ve heard that, about all the celebrating and how it will affect
us,” G.M. Mickey Loomis told King.  “Good question. I don’t know.  But this is the first
time for this city, and it’s special, obviously.  So special.  We want
these moments to last as long as they can.  The celebration is so
intense right now, and we wouldn’t have it any other way, because this
city and this franchise deserve it.  We’re going to celebrate hard.  And
when we get back to work, the one thing we’ve shown the ability to
focus on is the task at hand.  If you try to put it behind you too soon,
you’ll always look back and think, ‘I should have enjoyed it more.”’

Of course, if they wait to long to put it behind them, they’ll always look back and think, “We should have realized that another football season was coming.”

One thing that the Saints could be doing as part of the ongoing party is giving plenty of people in Louisiana a chance to see and touch the Lombardi Trophy.  A Superdome security officer suggested that it be taken to each of the state’s 64 parishes, and Loomis plans to pass the idea along to owner Tom Benson.  Coach Sean Payton also told King that he’ll consider allowing the players to take it for a day.

It might be a good idea to let safety Darren Sharper get his crack at it now, since we’ve got a feeling that some other team will overpay him in order to capture some of the fumes of the Saints’ special season.
 

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73 Responses to “Saints know they're partying too hard — and they don't seem to care”
  1. tv says: Feb 15, 2010 7:17 AM

    If they do that they should also bring it to the MS and AL Gulf Coast region – they really support the team as well (even though that is Lord FavRay country).

  2. nps6724 says: Feb 15, 2010 7:35 AM

    Yeah because all the other teams are practicing…oh wait.
    Because all the other teams are making deals…oh wait.
    What exactly can the other teams be doing that puts the Saints behind?

  3. Duck Fallas says: Feb 15, 2010 7:37 AM

    No worries, Brees has been throwing a lot on those floats. And Shockey isn’t doing anything differently from his usual off-season…

  4. afiresnake says: Feb 15, 2010 7:44 AM

    So, like Sharper is going to pick it off from Brees next season?

  5. Iggles07 says: Feb 15, 2010 7:53 AM

    8 whole days?
    So, your saying they have been partying a little over a week?
    Don’t they realize that a new season begins several months from now?
    OH THE SHAME!

  6. Tony Dent says: Feb 15, 2010 7:58 AM

    Peter King is such a dweeb!!!

  7. Big Stretch says: Feb 15, 2010 8:12 AM

    Of course, if they wait to long to put it behind them, they’ll always look back and think, “We should have realized that another football season was coming.”
    ————————————————-
    Seriously this is a story? The Saints are celebrating. Maybe this would be news worthy if it was the middle of march and Brees and company were still riding around on floats.

  8. realheavyd says: Feb 15, 2010 8:13 AM

    Is this all Peter King could come up with for a post-Super Bowl story from the Saints? How about focusing on the influx of visitors to New Orleans that are so badly needed for that economy and the entire region that the Saints winning it all has sparked maybe? Mickey Loomis has already signed 4 players from the Saints practice squad from this past Championship season that the franchise obviously sees plenty of potential in (all four of these guys were un-drafted too, I might add…), the combine starts next week and the 2010 draft isn’t for another two months from now. What exactly does Peter King expect the Saints to be doing rather than celebrating the hard work all season that got them to this point and a first ever World Championship for them and the City of New Orleans? Learn how to write a REAL story Peter!

  9. ras6111 says: Feb 15, 2010 8:18 AM

    There is this little thing goin on called “Mardi Gras” where people party

  10. Burritto says: Feb 15, 2010 8:24 AM

    This would be a sound argument if it were true that a team can ONLY: A) celebrate or B) prepare for the future.
    Clearly, that is not true. Furthermore, while Tom Benson and Drew Brees and all of the other Saints names we’re hearing are out participating in parades and granting media requests (and you’d be tearing them down for that if they were not), who’s to say that other members of the organization aren’t hard at work (whatever work is to be done mid-February)?
    http://www.neworleanssaints.com/Team/Staff.aspx
    Lots of people on ^ that list who aren’t out throwing beads.

  11. 4ever19 says: Feb 15, 2010 8:28 AM

    It does seem like the Saints players have a little time to get ready for 2010 and the rematch with my Colts in SB 45. Now, if you mean they might be behind front-office wise, you might have a point. On the field wise, I think they will be OK.

  12. RayDaMayor says: Feb 15, 2010 8:50 AM

    ****YAWN****
    It’s Mardi Gras season until tomottow (Tuesday). Once that’s over, I’m sure the Saints will move on like all other teams have.
    Sounds like Peter King is jealous because the boss didn’t allow him time in NawLins to celebrate with the fans.

  13. georgegabriel says: Feb 15, 2010 8:54 AM

    Man, Florio. I’ve been reading articles on this site for a while now, but never bothered to sign up. However your stories are getting more and more infuriating.
    Enough with the anti-Saints tone to all your pieces man. We’ve won our FIRST EVER Super Bowl, I’d quite happily let these guys party for another month! No Super Bowl win is gonna be as magical as this one was for us, so I think they’re right to continue partying – and why not? It is the offseason after all.

  14. realheavyd says: Feb 15, 2010 8:55 AM

    What are you saying 4ever19? What do you see wrong with the Saints’ front office that I don’t? Do you follow their every move the way that I do?
    You seem pretty confident that “your” Colts will get back to the Big Dance again next year.
    I can realistically see a rematch between our two teams again in Dallas and maybe even again the next year in Indy and then again in 2013 in New Orleans!
    Maybe Peyton can actually win one of those next 3 tries for you.

  15. KRC says: Feb 15, 2010 8:57 AM

    For many of the players, this may only happen once in a lifetime. Party on, Saints. You deserve it. To hell with Peter King.

  16. realheavyd says: Feb 15, 2010 8:58 AM

    My guess is that the Saints players will party hard right up until Midnight on “Dat Tuesday” and then get back down to business in terms of planning for a repeat next year!
    The Saints will be the next great Championship winning dynasty in the NFL.
    You can all bet on dat!
    WHO DAT!?!?!?

  17. vikings rule says: Feb 15, 2010 9:02 AM

    The Saint, their fans, and the whole stinking cesspool of New Orleans are a freaking joke. They should be hiding their heads in shame or on their knees giving thanks for the GIFT the Vikes gave them. In 40 plus years of super bowl history there has never been a bigger farce to hoist the trophy

  18. Reasonable says: Feb 15, 2010 9:05 AM

    Super Bowl Hangover. Literally.

  19. Postman says: Feb 15, 2010 9:08 AM

    It’s the offseason, dumbass. And Darren Sharper isn’t going anywhere.

  20. patpatriotagain says: Feb 15, 2010 9:14 AM

    Certainly peter king could find something to write about. i don’t know how about favre? he never seems to tire of that topic!

  21. d.b.cooper says: Feb 15, 2010 9:19 AM

    every second of intense preparation lost now can never be regained!!!

  22. realitypolice says: Feb 15, 2010 9:28 AM

    Absolutely absurd. Last I checked, most players have very little scouting and/or player personnel responsibilities. The idea that the entire organization has thrown all of it’s day to day functions out the window and permanently relocated to Bourbon Street is a little over-dramatic and silly, even for Peter King.

  23. HarrisonHits says: Feb 15, 2010 9:37 AM

    Just one of many reasons why it is so hard to repeat as champions.New Orleans as a city needs the release after years of the grim reality that has followed Katrina. Let them enjoy their fun.

  24. stnmmc says: Feb 15, 2010 9:37 AM

    What exactly does Peter King expect the Saints to be doing rather than celebrating the hard work all season that got them to this point and a first ever World Championship for them and the City of New Orleans? Learn how to write a REAL story Peter!
    ————————————————
    Minor detail, but one that irks the hell out of me regarding USA sports.
    YOU CANNOT BE A WORLD CHAMPION IF YOU DON”T PLAY A TEAM FROM ANYWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD! And beating a “home” team in London does not count.
    So, you say, only Canada has a professional football league. Then I say that the winner of the CFL and NFL square off at some point annually for a showdown. Of course this will never happen because if the CFL team wins the NFL loses BIG TIME.
    MLB, NBA, NFL, your winners are not world champions. America is NOT #1 in any category except obesity. Once we all stop slapping ourselves on the back we can get to the process of fitting in globally, because whether you like it or not we will be far from the global power we once were. Our economy, education, government are all out of control on a downward spiral. Rather than fit in, we parade around like we are the truth, and all others should follow our ways, ignoring others culture, and forgetting that our country was founded to get away from those who would tell us how to live, while we attempt to force our democratic beliefs on areas that have been inhabited by others for centuries longer than our own nation has existed.
    Wake up, you are not even North American Champions, you are simply the Champions of the NFL.

  25. redrum87 says: Feb 15, 2010 9:46 AM

    Just pointing this out it is Mardi Gras Week here in New Orleans right now. Pretty much all anyone is doing is partying. I know it is getting a lot of pub this year because the Saints won the Super Bowl but the Saints (especially since 2006) have always been deeply involved in Mardi Gras and for that matter so are the New Orleans Hornets of the NBA.
    Tomorrow I am riding in a parade and I will pass a Hornets balcony complete with Hugo the Hornet and latter in the day I will pass a viewing stand that many of the Saints employees will be in. It allways has been this way.
    The Super Bowl win just happens to be last week and Mardi Gras is this week. That is why the party is lasting a little longer. The Saints wouldn’t be doing that much this week anyway.

  26. Rickah99 says: Feb 15, 2010 9:50 AM

    If Peter King really wants to screw the Saints, all he has to do is pick them to win it all in his SI column. How does this windbag of useless information still have a job?
    Hell, I can do his job:
    Talk about Tom Brady
    Talk about Peyton Manning
    Talk about Brett Favre
    90% of his writing concern these 3 topics.
    What a no-talent ass-clown!

  27. Bob says: Feb 15, 2010 9:57 AM

    What are the other teams and players currently doing right now in the dead of February to get ready for the new season? Exactly.

    Here’s how this works: Peter King picked the Saints 24th in his preseason poll, can’t stand the fact that Sean Payton continues to remind him about it, can’t admit that he was wrong, can’t stand the fact that his beloved Favre, his beloved Patriots or his beloved Parcells didn’t win the Super Bowl, so now he’s trying this tact.

  28. tudefit says: Feb 15, 2010 10:01 AM

    I had to check my calendar to see if I slept in a couple months. Nope – It’s February. Exactly how are they falling behind other teams in preparation for the next season?

  29. scomibord says: Feb 15, 2010 10:05 AM

    I don’t mind them partying at all. They have my permission. By the way, at Endymion I saw Rita Benson LeBlanc, on a float with the Lombardi Trophy. She was looking pretty hot. Call me Rita!!!!
    Mickey Loomis had the trophy last night, he wasn’t as hot!!!!

  30. .VoxVeritas says: Feb 15, 2010 10:17 AM

    “So, you say, only Canada has a professional football league. Then I say that the winner of the CFL and NFL square off at some point annually for a showdown.”
    Different rules, different games.

  31. fleur delicious says: Feb 15, 2010 10:17 AM

    “Of course, if they wait to long to put it behind them…”
    You people are either too stupid to edit your own copy or too cheap to hire an editor. You clearly didn’t put a lot of thought into this story, because it’s moronic. I don’t see proof of you putting any time into editing either. Does it take you too long to edit or, excuse me, I’ll put it where you can understand it…does it take you to long to edit? What exactly are you getting paid for?

  32. FumbleNuts says: Feb 15, 2010 10:18 AM

    “Saints know they’re partying too hard — and they don’t seem to care.”
    Who cares? Enjoy the ride and have fun!

  33. nps6724 says: Feb 15, 2010 10:22 AM

    “The Saint, their fans, and the whole stinking cesspool of New Orleans are a freaking joke. They should be hiding their heads in shame or on their knees giving thanks for the GIFT the Vikes gave them. In 40 plus years of super bowl history there has never been a bigger farce to hoist the trophy”
    Then what does that make the Vikings if they couldn’t even beat a “farce”?
    In 40 plus years of Super Bowl History, the Vikings are 0-4, the Saints 1-0. Keep crying, crybags.

  34. Norseman says: Feb 15, 2010 10:25 AM

    Party on, Who-Dats. Just keep in mind that due north there are a bunch of guys painting Bull’s Eyes on your asses. And they have long memories.

  35. realheavyd says: Feb 15, 2010 10:28 AM

    RE: “The Saint, their fans, and the whole stinking cesspool of New Orleans are a freaking joke. They should be hiding their heads in shame or on their knees giving thanks for the GIFT the Vikes gave them. In 40 plus years of super bowl history there has never been a bigger farce to hoist the trophy”
    Why don’t you just go ahead and drop off the edge of the World while you’re at it there vikings rule? Give me a break! If the Vikes deserved to win that game, they would have won it! Period.

  36. Big Stretch says: Feb 15, 2010 10:32 AM

    @vikings rule -
    Awwww are you still upset little baby? Must be tough that you didn’t get your way when greatest running back ever fumbled the game away and then spoiled brat Favre choked away the comeback.

  37. scomibord says: Feb 15, 2010 10:33 AM

    vikings rule
    At least we have hoisted the Lomardi trophy. 0-5 in the big game, why would you expect anything different than what you got, a bunch of unfilled expectations. Did you really think the all-time greatest choke artist was going to actually win it for you. See what happens when you sell your soul.

  38. scomibord says: Feb 15, 2010 10:35 AM

    All hail the best team to not win the Superbowl.
    Are you happy now, vikings rule?!?!

  39. Kerg01 says: Feb 15, 2010 10:39 AM

    The Saints are 5 weeks behind everyone else?
    Huh?
    So, any team that is out of the playoffs has an advantage over playoff teams?
    By that logic, the Lions should have a nice 8 year start on the rest of the league.

  40. willmose says: Feb 15, 2010 10:53 AM

    Memo to Peter King: Get a life!

  41. realheavyd says: Feb 15, 2010 10:55 AM

    RE: “Man, Florio. I’ve been reading articles on this site for a while now, but never bothered to sign up. However your stories are getting more and more infuriating.
    Enough with the anti-Saints tone to all your pieces man. We’ve won our FIRST EVER Super Bowl, I’d quite happily let these guys party for another month! No Super Bowl win is gonna be as magical as this one was for us, so I think they’re right to continue partying – and why not? It is the offseason after all.”
    I agree with you 100% georgegabriel! Mike Florio really does wreak of Saints hatred for some odd reason. Why knows why? His only saving grace on this site is Gregg Rosenthal who actually writes very well and does not show any hatred toward the Saints. I believe he went to Tulane.

  42. -z- says: Feb 15, 2010 11:00 AM

    Let’s count these as vacation days

  43. GB3Pack4 says: Feb 15, 2010 11:03 AM

    There’s no issue here. The Super Bowl win and the Mardi Gras celebration, both located in a city whose original charter probably contained a a serious injunction to party at least half of every day, is reasonable.
    Anybody that thinks the team’s next season will sink because of it is just being silly. The city didn’t sink from a hurricane; it’s not going to sink from a party. The city and its team – not to mention its QB – have made rising from the ashes a way of life; rising from a celebration is a piece of cake.
    Speaking as a Packers fan who also backed the Favre-led Vikings this season, I (almost) wish that weren’t true. But it is. And that’s okay, because a win against a strong competitor is the only win worth having.

  44. whatev says: Feb 15, 2010 11:04 AM

    Actually that’s not what Peter King was implying at all. If you READ the actual article and Florio wasn’t trying to create controversy, King’s next line is:
    Good for Loomis and the Saints. Players and coaches in this business say endlessly, like a mantra, that they’re in this business to win a Super Bowl, and all our energy is focused on that. If five days after winning they say, OK, we’ve drawn a line in the sand, and we won’t have any more talking about winning the Super Bowl. I mean, only an android would do that.
    So Florio left out the part where King was essentially calling Florio an android.

  45. purpleguy says: Feb 15, 2010 11:07 AM

    Let em party, they deserve it. Besides, I’m sure the decision-makers are working enough while the players ride up and down Bourbon Street drinking and watching women lift their shirts.

  46. Treima says: Feb 15, 2010 11:08 AM

    What do you want them to do, Mike? Get on the plane from Miami after the Super Bowl and immediately get started on two-a-day practices in preparation for the preseason eight months from now?
    The new league year is still weeks away. I don’t think it’s particularly newsworthy that a team from a city known for celebrations and revelry decided to engage in such.

  47. LovinBlue says: Feb 15, 2010 11:10 AM

    @vikings rule Wow you guys are really bitter, aren’t you? In that case, I am too – as a Colts fan I believe we could have beaten a hobbled Favre. But the Saints won both games… let them have their party (which looks like it’s been a ton of fun), get over it, and hope that your team comes back angry and hungry. I know my team will.

  48. filthymcnasty says: Feb 15, 2010 11:15 AM

    have YOU seen the other “sports” on tv since the SB?
    Can you really blame them?

  49. TheWizard says: Feb 15, 2010 11:28 AM

    First Super Bowl win ever? Let them party.
    However, if the team’s front office is still partying, they’re in serious trouble.

  50. RayDaMayor says: Feb 15, 2010 11:35 AM

    Vikings Rule wrote:
    “The Saint, their fans, and the whole stinking cesspool of New Orleans are a freaking joke. They should be hiding their heads in shame or on their knees giving thanks for the GIFT the Vikes gave them. In 40 plus years of super bowl history there has never been a bigger farce to hoist the trophy”
    Lick my sack Douchebag….your Vikings had their shot just like everyone else in the NFL this year.
    Saints are Super Bowl Champs …. something you’ve never been able to say.

  51. nps6724 says: Feb 15, 2010 11:38 AM

    “Just keep in mind that due north there are a bunch of guys painting Bull’s Eyes on your asses. And they have long memories.”
    With Old Man Favre at QB, that memory will fade by Wednesday.

  52. this class sucks says: Feb 15, 2010 11:47 AM

    @stnmmc
    What? Are you joking? You said America isn’t the best at “MLB, NBA, NFL.” Well pretty sure we have the Olympic gold in basketball so as far as NBA goes you can stfu. The World series does feature teams from other countries (Canada) but there is also that stupid world baseball cup thing which America hasn’t won, but we are also not using our best baseball players. But what really irks me is that you would imply America isn’t the best at football (real football). The CFL teams would have almost no chance playing an NFL team. We spend WAY more money on perfecting our football teams than CFL teams do. America is the best football, and you sir are an idiot for thinking otherwise.

  53. God's Own Silver and Blue says: Feb 15, 2010 11:57 AM

    vikings rule’s comment above indicates he’s quite the subject-matter expert at being on one’s knees. So keep your hands where we can see them, vikings rule.

  54. SF Saints Fan says: Feb 15, 2010 12:07 PM

    Florio, you are such an anti-Saints tool it is not even funny. Take off the purple eye shades and stop drinking the purple Kool-Aid. The Saints won the Super Bowl. You are taking Peter King completely out of context (But why should you care about this, Terry Bradshaw is still dead, right?) Other quotes from the article by Peter King:
    “Saints coach Sean Payton always had the tempo of the team in his hands, and the ability of Brees to see what was important (and when it was important, as in minimizing how poorly the team played in stretches near the end of the regular season) was a good leadership tool for the team. Until I see Payton with the lampshade on his head during a May minicamp, I say laissez les bon temps roullez. Let the good times roll.”
    “Loomis knows there’s one bit of business he needs to monitor, and that’s the business of keeping a winner together. The Saints have 29 restricted or unrestricted free agents, but that figure is misleading; only seven of the 29 are starters, and some (like tight end Tory Humphrey) have no bearing on the Saints’ future.”
    “We’ve got a good plan, I think,” said Loomis. “We’ve talked it through. We knew we’d have a lot of guys out there, so it isn’t a surprise. I think we’ll be OK.”
    “See you at the Combine,” Loomis said at the end of our conversation. “I can’t believe it’s only 10 days away.”
    There you go Florio, Loomis actually knows when the combine is going to be held. Do you think he will show up? Will he still be partying? Yes and No. The Saints are as far behind in their preparations as the Colts are. The Colts have probably been in a state of shock since the Super Bowl. Is Manning running wind sprints or lifting weights? Is Favre? How about Sanchez? (He would have to put that cigarette down first.) How about Chilly? Do you think he is working 12 hour days getting ready for the draft?
    Really Florio, you need to get past this. I know you have become a total homer for the Vikings and your friends over at KFAN, but the anti-Saints bent of your blog the last few months has gotten to be a bit much.

  55. reformed says: Feb 15, 2010 12:47 PM

    Peter Kings point lacks all resemblence and character of validity. The person(s) who states that King makes a valid point IS not in touch with reality. So stated in the article is “eight days”. Wake up. Eight days. Are you saying that somehow enjoying constant round the clock chemical ( both aquired and self manufactured-brain) injestation, partying, staying up late, sex to excess, food to excess,happiness, etc, etc, etc has somehow endangered the next season?????? Are you completely freakin daffy???? Dont you have something constructive and positive to pusure???????????????

  56. mr.kush says: Feb 15, 2010 12:57 PM

    peter king is just jealous that he’ too old, too fat, and too white to party like a superbowl champion homie!

  57. 8man says: Feb 15, 2010 1:01 PM

    Kerg01 says:
    February 15, 2010 10:39 AM
    The Saints are 5 weeks behind everyone else?
    Huh?
    So, any team that is out of the playoffs has an advantage over playoff teams?
    By that logic, the Lions should have a nice 8 year start on the rest of the league.
    Bingo!
    This is such a non-story. I say they should party until no one is standing. Forty-four freakin’ years the fans wait for this and the guys that got it done are having a good time.
    I’ll take the Saints and the lay the points right now against whomever they open.

  58. braindead says: Feb 15, 2010 1:06 PM

    Saints don’t make the playoffs next year. Write it down………………………………….

  59. TDTGodfather says: Feb 15, 2010 1:29 PM

    vikings rule could take a lesson in class from lovinblue.
    the colts are a class team, organization, and fanbase. and as a saints fan, would welcome a rematch in dallas.
    colts fans (for the most part) were great before and after the game, vikingsrule response was typical from vikes fans….shame.
    back to the point of this article, what exactly have other teams done in the last 6 weeks to be so ahead of the game??
    pretty ridiculous stuff here.

  60. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 15, 2010 4:29 PM

    I can smell the stench all the way out West.
    The Urine, barf, feces and the lack of soap that engulfs NO.
    I cant imagine all the used condoms and new diseases that will be spread from this disgusting city.

  61. scomibord says: Feb 15, 2010 5:11 PM

    washingtonredstorms
    You can move from Washington at any time.

  62. LSU Rocks says: Feb 15, 2010 6:14 PM

    WasingtonRedstorms,
    are you mad because the redskins suck, or becuase the state of washington sucks , or is it because your mom keeps you in a bubble
    ps
    WHODAT….B!TCH

  63. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 15, 2010 7:25 PM

    WasingtonRedstorms,
    are you mad because the redskins suck, or becuase the state of washington sucks , or is it because your mom keeps you in a bubble
    ps
    WHODAT….B!TCH
    LSU Smokes Rocks:
    Who Dat says we can’t fondle each other?
    Who Dat says we need to take a bath?
    Who Dat says we cant spread diseases?
    Who Dat says we can’t hump blow up dolls?
    Who Dat says we smell like pigs?
    Who Dat says we cant vomit on the street?
    Who Dat says that are english sucks?

  64. 70s Cowboys says: Feb 15, 2010 9:46 PM

    lol @ the washington fan calling New Orleans a dirty place…D.C. is the dirtiest place in the country with all the things that happen there.

  65. straightup says: Feb 15, 2010 10:38 PM

    washingtonredstorms
    You better start imagining what kind of diseases there might be. Your mom will be home soon. You could probably catch her video on girls gone wild the granny panty edition…lol. You know i know some people from Washington and when they come down there usually the one’s acting like animals. Most of the people who are puking and getting killed and raped are tourist. Hope you come down!

  66. realheavyd says: Feb 15, 2010 10:45 PM

    WasingtonRedstorms has an overwhelming stench that far exceeds anything Saints fans could ever conjure up no matter how long they might go without baths. What a tasteless, gutless excuse for a human being you are! I spit in your general direction!

  67. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 15, 2010 11:24 PM

    WasingtonRedstorms has an overwhelming stench that far exceeds anything Saints fans could ever conjure up no matter how long they might go without baths. What a tasteless, gutless excuse for a human being you are! I spit in your general direction!
    Go play with your voodoo doll.
    And it is time for you to go bow to your Ray Nagin photo.

  68. MFD53 says: Feb 17, 2010 12:47 AM

    Peter King Ignorant Article Really! The saints will be behind because they are celebrating the moment. wow 8 days. Is that a record or something? And this is important WHY? Lame article. My goodness. You must be desparate for news or something to write about. The SuperBowl happened at the same time as Mardi Gras. The saints players have been involved with these festivities long before Super Bowl status. Get a life. Your story uiis WHY did just 11 fans await the arrival of the Colts while we had close 40,000, Why we had more people turn out for a planned parade than residents of the City of New Orleans..estimates 800,00 or more. Washington Red you are a slime ball. No one cares about the redskins or DC

  69. CurseofBoJackson says: Feb 17, 2010 12:58 PM

    Mr. Kush is a racist, good job dolt, that’s not a good look on you. To the Vikings fans, really, you’re just making yourselves look bad, buy a box of tissues and stay home the next few days crying, get it all out of your system. Minnesota and Brett Favre: Perfect Crybaby Couple

  70. MFD53 says: Feb 17, 2010 2:07 PM

    yeah marriage made in heaven. Grow up VIKE fans. Take your Pansy QB with you. Football is a contact sport. If it is too rough for Favrey-poo, then maybe he should get himself a barbie doll to play with. Shiancoe where were you…asleep? Surely you had to be aware that your little Favrey-poo was getting handled by a great defense.

  71. Whodatarian9 says: Feb 17, 2010 2:45 PM

    WashingtonRedstorms says:
    February 15, 2010 7:25 PM
    WasingtonRedstorms,
    are you mad because the redskins suck, or becuase the state of washington sucks , or is it because your mom keeps you in a bubble
    ps
    WHODAT….B!TCH
    LSU Smokes Rocks:
    Who Dat says we can’t fondle each other?
    Who Dat says we need to take a bath?
    Who Dat says we cant spread diseases?
    Who Dat says we can’t hump blow up dolls?
    Who Dat says we smell like pigs?
    Who Dat says we cant vomit on the street?
    Who Dat says that are english sucks?
    ….The irony of that last line is just too awesome. Well done, sir. We will work on ARE english, so as to appease you washington intellectual-types.

  72. Teknoyoda says: Feb 17, 2010 5:37 PM

    @vikings rule
    The viQueens didn’t give the saints anything. The Saints TOOK it! Are you really that obsessed that you can’t go on with your life?
    Oh yeah and how many Super Bowls have the Vikings won???
    Hmmm, I think that is none.

  73. WashingtonRedstorms says: Feb 18, 2010 2:18 PM

    Who Dat says that are english sucks?
    ….The irony of that last line is just too awesome. Well done, sir. We will work on ARE english, so as to appease you washington intellectual-types.
    That was done purposely as an insult to yall.

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