The Saints finished with a poor 7-9 record after making it to the 2006 NFC Championship game.
The Saints finished 2008 with another disappointment of a record. 8-8 on the season marred with injuries and missed opportunities.
Saints & Devils
2009 was the pinnacle season for both the Saints organization and their faithful Who Dats. 13-3 record finished off with a Super Bowl XLIV victory!
The Saints amassed a 11-5 record in 2010 despite being reigning Super Bowl champs. However, the team laid a real egg in the playoff game versus the Seahawks.
The Saints came back strong with a 13-3 record and recorded one of the best offensive performances in NFL history. A myriad of poor defensive plays against the San Francisco 49ers prevented a return to the NFC Championship game.
2012 started with the Bountygate fiasco and the Saints finished 7-9 in one of the worst seasons in memory's past.
The Saints finished 11-5 after the BS year of 2012 ended with Bountygate. The Saints are yet again bounced from the playoffs by the Seahawks.
The Saints lost some of their firepower and ended the season 7-9. A lot of games ended with close losses and a lot of disappointment.
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The Saints finished with another disappointing 7-9 record. There were some injuries but there are no excuses for some of the losses that took place.
A 3rd straight 7-9 season and we still have the same head coach? Yes, we were asking some of those questions as well.
The Saints finished 11-5 and made the playoffs after a 3 year drought. The Saints missed the NFC Championship game by one play and were ousted out of the playoffs.
The Saints completed a magical 13-3 season. The Saints season was ended on one of the most foul non-calls ever witnessed in pro football. *cry*
The Saints again completed a magical 13-3 season. The rest of the story is .. TBD ..