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A Road Well Traveled

A Road Well Traveled

Rick Sarro November 21, 2019 Comments Off on A Road Well Traveled

The New Orleans Saints have been on this path before. The road toward the playoffs. Their sights set on another Super Bowl run. All indications are the Saints will capture their third straight NFC

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Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down …

Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down …

Rick Sarro October 3, 2019 Comments Off on Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down …

Saints’ Season At Stake Let me take a crack at a few headlines you may or may not have seen this week following another marred Saints-Rams game. “Refs 2, Saints 0” “Dead Ball …

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The No-Call Fallout

The No-Call Fallout

Rick Sarro February 21, 2019 Comments Off on The No-Call Fallout

You’re not expecting a Super Bowl story out of me, are you? No, I didn’t partake in the Boycott Bowl or shun Super Bowl LIII. I watched the Patriots’ defensive gem of a 13-3

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Heartbreak Again

Heartbreak Again

Rick Sarro February 8, 2019 Comments Off on Heartbreak Again

The many intriguing story lines for Super Bowl LIII will surely outnumber the number of streets named Peach this or that in the city of Atlanta. Two first-ballot Hall of Fame quarterbacks, Drew Brees

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Same Old Same Old Saints?

Same Old Same Old Saints?

Rick Sarro October 5, 2017 Comments Off on Same Old Same Old Saints?

The bad habits, trends and lingering losing sure look eerily like the last three seasons. If the New Orleans Saints don’t soon do a clean 180, this 0-2 start could be a foreshadowing of

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Politicians Should Clean Up Dar Act

Politicians Should Clean Up Dar Act

Pierre Sez January 5, 2017 Comments Off on Politicians Should Clean Up Dar Act

Talk at KD’s afta de congressional and senate run-offs wuz dat folks have gotten sick uf campaignin and it’s all de fault uf de voters. Needless to say, I disagreed wit dem, an wuz

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