Classless Bills Fan Throws Beer On Mark Ingram

Posted by | November 13, 2017.

This is the typical behavior that gives Bills fans such a bad reputation. After Mark Ingram scores a touchdown, he notices a young child wearing Saints gear in the middle of nothing but Bills fans. Out of respect Ingram runs over to him, jumps into the stands to give him the game ball. An obviously obnoxious drunk Bills fan throws what appeared to be a full beer on both Ingram and the boy, with the majority of the beer being splashed directly into the childs face and neck area. The weather was pretty cold too, so that meant that poor child had to sit in the miserable cold soaked with someone else’s beer all over him just because he was a loyal dedicated Saints fan. Watch the video clip below and sound off in the comments on what you think about this.

It Was A #BuffaloBeatdown When The Saints Took On The Bills (47-10)

Posted by | November 13, 2017.

WOW!! What an embarrassment for the Bills and the fanbase that call themselves #BillsMafia. This Sunday they looked like everything but a MAFIA. They were not strong, and definitely were not loyal. See the pics below at the empty seats. Tons of Bills fans climbed the steps and headed for the exits. There remained more than eight minutes to play … in the Third Quarter!

Mark Ingram trotted off the field toward the bench, having just scored his third rushing touchdown of the day to give his team a 27-point lead. He found a New Orleans Saints supporter in the first row and floated a spiral for a perfect catch.

The Saints literally embarrassed the Buffalo Bills, who had previously been 4-0 at home, 47-10 in an utterly dominating performance. Behind a reinvented offense built on the two-headed rushing tandem of Ingram and rookie Alvin Kamara, New Orleans sent a message Sunday: Amid its seven-game winning streak, there’s no more questioning whether or not this team is for real.

“We got beat physically,” Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams said. “We were out of our gaps. We were not where we were supposed to be. It just snowballed into a nightmare.” Said Bills safety Jordan Poyer: “They were able to do whatever they wanted to do (on) any down.”

The Official Big Easy Mafia T-Shirt Exclusively From Dirty Coast

Posted by | November 10, 2017.

We are a big family of fans that sticks together through good seasons and bad. We will show you hospitality like none other but don’t mess with us.

Saints Vs Bills In Other Words…. Big Easy Mafia Vs Bills Mafia

Posted by | November 10, 2017.

The New Orleans Saints and Buffalo Bills are both playoff contenders at the season’s midway point, but they are coming off being on the opposite ends of blowout results last week.

The Saints extended their winning streak to six as they steamrolled the Buccaneers 30-10. The N.O.P.D. AKA New Orleans Pass Defense allowed only one touchdown, which occurred in the fourth quarter when the outcome was no longer in doubt.

The Bills are coming off of a 34-21 loss to the Jets last Thursday night. Two fourth-quarter touchdowns narrowed the margin of defeat but could not mask the domination of their upstate neighbors. The unsuccessful trip to New Jersey slowed the increasing hopes of Buffalo reaching the playoffs for the first time this century.

New Orleans has won the last four meetings between these teams, taking an overall 6-4 lead in the series, including a 3-1 advantage in games played in Buffalo. The Bills’ last victory over New Orleans occurred at home in 1998.

Saints VS Rams Watch Party At The House Of Blues Nov. 26th

Posted by | November 7, 2017.

FREE admission with TicketMaster ticket (Open To The Public)

The House of Blues and The Big Easy Mafia have teamed up once again to bring you the best Saints watch party in NOLA. On November 26th when the Saints take on the Rams the Die-Hard fans from the Superdome will be in the House of Blues.

The game will be projected on the big screen in the Music Hall with DJ T-Bone on the ones and twos playing all your favorite Saints songs.

Come early to snag a seat! Beer specials and game menu available!

**This is a charity event. 20% of the total bar sales will be donated to Angels’ Place, Inc. which provides respite care to seriously ill children and their family. It is also the official charity of Big Easy Mafia.

Doors: 2PM
Game: 3:05PM

Be sure to RSVP on our Facebook event page by clicking HERE

**How To Get FREE Tickets To The Event?**

Send an email by clicking HERE and be sure to include your name, how many tickets you need and a mailing address of where to send them.

Mike Evans Suspended For The Blindsided Cheap Shot He Put On Marshon Lattimore

Posted by | November 6, 2017.

Saints coach Sean Payton insisted that Mike Evans should have been ejected for his Sunday antics.

That didn’t happen, but the NFL isn’t done with the Buccaneers wide receiver.

The league announced Monday that Evans has been suspended one game without pay for violating unsportsmanlike conduct and unnecessary roughness rules during Sunday’s 30-10 loss to New Orleans. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported the Pro Bowl wideout plans to appeal the ruling.

Evans was caught on camera blasting Saints rookie defensive back Marshon Lattimore to the turf during the third quarter. This came after Lattimore fell into a jawing session with Bucs players along the sideline, including a banged-up Jameis Winston, who prodded Lattimore.

The defensive back spun around and shoved Winston, prompting Evans to fly in from yards away to tackle Lattimore from behind.

Jon Runyan, NFL vice president of football operations, penned a letter to Evans that laid out the ruling, writing: “During the third quarter, after a play had ended, you struck an unsuspecting opponent in the back, knocking him to the ground. Your conduct clearly did not reflect the high standards of sportsmanship expected of a professional.”

Mark Ingram Publicly Admits The Unthinkable…. Saints Fans Are Stunned

Posted by | October 31, 2017.

Mark Ingram was blunt when assessing his play Sunday: He publicly stated “I SUCKED.”

The New Orleans Saints running back used a variation of “SUCKED” 18 times to describe his performance in the 20-12 victory over the Chicago Bears, per beat reporters. The running back also threw in the adjectives “TERRIBLE” and “WACK” for good measure.

Ingram starred for the first 52 minutes of the game, gashing the Bears on the ground and in the passing game. The hard-running tailback shouldered the load, powering the Saints offense to a double-digit lead.

Then disaster struck.

Ingram fumbled with 7:41 left and the Saints holding a comfortable 17-6 victory, looking to salt away the game. The Bears scored a touchdown to cut the lead to 17-12.

Fumbles happen. The Bears defense made a good play to punch the ball loose.

If only that were the only blip for Ingram. Four plays after the Bears TD, Ingram was again stripped, leading to a turnover.

“I let my teammates down. I put us in a bad position. The game was only close because I sucked. That’s the bottom line,” Ingram said, via ESPN’s Mike Triplett. Read More

Delvin Breaux Is Ready To Prove He’s Ready To Join The Already Dominating Saints Defense

Posted by | October 31, 2017.

Injury has forced cornerback Delvin Breaux to sit and watch the rest of the Saints defense finally start to take the kind of strides New Orleans has badly needed for all of Breaux’s two-plus seasons in the NFL.

He can’t wait to see what he can add.

Breaux, who opened the season on injured reserve after preseason surgery to repair a stress fracture in his left fibula, has practiced with the team the past two weeks, making him eligible to come off of injured reserve and rejoin the defense.

He just has to prove to coach Sean Payton and his staff that he’s ready.

“This week is going to be pretty big for me, man,” Breaux said. “I’m just happy to be back working and grinding, and hopefully coach Payton and them unleash the beast.”

From a recovery standpoint, Breaux has been on track. After practicing in a limited fashion two weeks ago, Breaux spent last week practicing in full with the Saints in preparation for the Chicago Bears. Read More

NFL Says All Players Should Stand For The National Anthem

Posted by | October 10, 2017.

The NFL has recently had to make the “Final” decision on the whole protesting during a football game thing. The policy, which is outlined in the league’s operations manual and which was only recently made available online, notes that players “should” stand for the anthem and are “judged by the public” for their actions during the ceremony. It also threatens disciplinary action “for violations of the above, including first offenses”

“Like many of our fans, we believe that everyone should stand for the national anthem,” Goodell wrote to NFL club presidents. “It is an important moment in our game. We want to honor our flag and our country, and our fans expect that of us. We also care deeply about our players and respect their opinions and concerns about critical social issues. The controversy over the anthem is a barrier to having honest conversations and making real progress on the underlying issues. We need to move past this controversy, and we want to do that together with our players.”

Goodell has had recent discussions with owners and player leaders over the anthem issue. One set of conversations has come with a group of players including Malcolm Jenkins, Anquan Boldin, Michael Bennett and Torrey Smith that has asked for official league support of players’ community activism.

“I expect and look forward to a full and open discussion of these issues when we meet next week in New York,” Goodell wrote. “Everyone involved in the game needs to come together on a path forward to continue to be a force for good within our communities, protect the game, and preserve our relationship with fans throughout the country. The NFL is at its best when we ourselves are unified. In that spirit, let’s resolve that next week we will meet this challenge in a unified and positive way.” Read More Here

Barrow Boy & Banker Named The Official Pub Of The Saints While In London

Posted by | September 27, 2017.

The Barrow Boy & Banker has been named the official hangout pub and restaurant of the Saints while in London. The Big Easy Mafia Saints fan club will be in attendance full force. With the United Kingdom Chapter of the Big Easy Mafia getting so popular there will be plenty of UK Saints fans there to show the “New Orleaninans” how they party in London. Saturday Night before the game the bar will turn into a mini Bourbon St/New Orleans… Kind of. It will be flooded with Black & Gold and chants of “Who Dat”. If you are in London for the game, this is definitely the place to be as a Saints fan.

The historic Borough Market is just a stone’s throw from where you are now. This is where the barrow boys used to ply their trade, selling possibly much the same kind of produce that is still being sold there today.

The Barrow Boy & Banker was originally the first branch of the National Westminster Bank. You can still see many of the original features such as the large windows and double height ceiling. And beneath the bar is a labyrinth of existing bank vaults, which we now use to store and condition all our beer.

They are known as an Ale & Pie House, one of several similarly styled pubs owned by Fuller’s. As the name suggests, they are famous for selling fantastic homemade pies and perfectly conditioned award-winning ales.

Big Easy Mafia Saints Party At The Whisky River In Charlotte

Posted by | September 20, 2017.

Saints fans that are traveling to Charlotte for the Saints VS Panthers game on Sunday September 24th need to make sure to go to The Whisky River in Charlotte North Carolina At 210 E Trade St A-208. See directions below. They are making that the official Saints hangout for the weekend. If you come in Saints gear you will get in for free. They have great drink specials and an incredible menu, check it out below.

Do The Saints Have A “Dome Patrol” Part Two?

Posted by | August 28, 2017.

It may be sacrilegious to reuse the name Dome Patrol. So, Dome Patrol Part Deux? Early signs are that this unit may be close.

Yes, all of Who Dat Nation is aware that it’s just preseason. Well, we kinda know. Just give us a moment if you will.

Against the Texans, for the first time since 2008, the Saints shut out an opponent in preseason. After a ten game winless streak in preseason the team has now put together back to back wins. The defense hasn’t given up a point in eight quarters.

Over the course of the past two games the Saints defense has an astounding 12 sacks, 22 tackles for loss and 18 passes defended. Areas in which the team has been anemic over the past three seasons.

The Crescent City hasn’t seen this kind of play from a defense since 1992, and yes, those were the days of the Dome Patrol. The days of Swilling, Johnson, Mills and Jackson. Read More

Alvin Kamara, 2017 Fantasy Football Sleeper

Posted by | August 19, 2017.

A quick look at the value and sleeper potential of New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara in 2017 fantasy football leagues.

Overview: Rookie third-round pick competing for a valuable role as a pass-catching back in a new-look Saints offense.

Background: Kamara is a versatile back who stands at 5-10 and 215 pounds. … he was deployed in a variety of ways at Tennessee, where he split time in the backfield in his two seasons but led the Volunteers with 1,188 all-purpose yards (596 rush, 392 receiving, 184 punt return, 16 kickoff return) and 13 total touchdowns last season. … he started his college career at Alabama and spent one season at a JUCO before transferring to Tennessee for his final two seasons. … Kamara arrives in New Orleans at a time of change, particularly in the backfield where veteran Adrian Peterson was signed to complement Mark Ingram. … New Orleans invested in its offensive line the previous offseason, suggesting a more run-oriented approach could be in the cards with future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees entering his 17th season. … the Saints also traded away top wide receiver Brandin Cooks in the offseason. … this offense has been known to create value for running backs of Kamara’s skill set, but hasn’t had a true dynamic receiving threat since Darren Sproles left in free agency in 2013. Read More

Saints Fire Team Orthopedist Deryk Jones After Misdiagnosing Delvin Breaux

Posted by | August 19, 2017.

The New Orleans Saints fired team orthopedists Deryk Jones and Misty Suri on Wednesday after it was discovered that cornerback Delvin Breaux had a fracture in his fibula that was originally diagnosed as a bruise.

“I think it’s not one event, it probably builds up over a period of time,” coach Sean Payton said when asked about the decision to fire the doctors. “You’re not gonna bat a thousand here, but you’re just hoping that more often than not, you’re getting the right information.”

Payton met with the Saints on Tuesday to discuss the situation.

“… I thought he did a great job of basically promising the team that they’re gonna have people that are here in every area of the building — including the medical staff — that players feel like have their best interests at heart and are competent.”

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Five Saints Players That Really Have To Prove Themselves Against The Chargers

Posted by | August 19, 2017.

The New Orleans Saints do battle with the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday in a nationally televised NFL Network broadcast. The team’s first preseason contest certainly didn’t end the way they wanted it to, leading to their 10th consecutive loss over the span of the past three years. However, Sean Payton’s squad looks to rebound after spending some time on the West Coast, and here’s a look at some of the players that need to put in a strong game.

Ken Crawley
Crawley’s first showing of preseason was pretty rough. He did have one pass breakup on the night, but had three total penalties called on him in addition to having some bad moments in coverage. He became a prime example of why you can’t put all your faith in someone ‘looking good’ in training camp practices. While one game doesn’t spell it all for someone like Crawley, a rebound is imperative against the Chargers.

Ted Ginn Jr.
Fans weren’t oblivious to what they were getting when with Ted Ginn Jr., as drops have followed him throughout his entire career. Against the Browns, Ginn was targeted twice and held without a reception, dropping a very easy touchdown grab. Assuming he plays, Ginn really needs to rebound. Sure, he’ll be able to stretch the field and be a big vertical threat for Drew Brees, but he needs to make the plays. Read More

Delvin Breaux Out For Six Weeks With A Fractured Fibula

Posted by | August 17, 2017.

The New Orleans Saints will be without Delvin Breaux for the next several weeks.

Breaux will undergo surgery for a fractured fibula and is expected to miss the next six weeks, coach Sean Payton said Wednesday. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport adds the fracture was discovered when an independent doctor read Breaux’s X-ray. The timeline likely means Breaux will miss the start of the season, which opens for the Saints on Monday, Sept. 11 in Minnesota. ESPN’s Mike Triplett first reported the news.

The news of Breaux’s fracture comes after it was originally misdiagnosed as a contusion. The Saints fired two team orthopedists because of the bad diagnosis, per Rapoport. Read More

Adrian Peterson Is Ready To Play In The Preseason

Posted by | August 8, 2017.

Preseason games for the entire NFL start next week, which means we’ll be greeted with a wave of reports on which starters will play and which will sit out in the ramp up to the regular season.

Adrian Peterson hasn’t seen a preseason snap since 2013 and hasn’t taken a handoff during one since 2011. Perennially held out of preseason action in Minnesota, the veteran running back hopes to see some action with his New Orleans Saints teammates.

“Maybe I’m itching a little more this offseason,” Peterson said, via Josh Katzenstein of The Times-Picayune. “Plus, I don’t know how they do things. If the starters go out there and play no matter what, then I’m buttoning up and I’m going. But when that time comes, we’ll talk a little more about it.”

The Most Die Hard NFL Fan Bases

Posted by | August 2, 2017.

Who are the NFL’s most loyal fans? After using a large set of criteria and an unbiased panel here is an infographic that breaks it all down for you.

NFL’s Most Diehard Fanbases Infographic

Willie Snead And His Opportunity With The Saints Has Never Been Better

Posted by | July 24, 2017.

It’s nice to be a receiver in New Orleans. Drew Brees is your quarterback, and you’re on one of the most pass-heavy offenses in the league.

In the past five seasons, the Saints have ranked second in pass attempts four times, while in the other, they ranked fourth. Part of that is the Brees thing. Another part is a defense that’s going to give up a billion yards per game. Either way, playing wideout down on the Bayou is a nice gig.

This dynamic gave us some passing game stars in previous seasons. Jimmy Graham was a top-tier tight end with New Orelans. Marques Colston was a target machine at his peak. Brandin Cooks was a big-play threat. Today, everyone is excited about what Michael Thomas will do in 2017, even if he might have trouble living up to the current hype.

With Cooks now gone, Thomas isn’t the only Saint who stands to gain an advantage in the passing game. The other would be New Orleans’ second-leading returning receiver, Willie Snead.

Breaking Through

Last year Snead was just third on the Saints in targets, but he still saw 104 of them. By raw stats, Thomas was clearly superior to Snead, and that’s likely a big reason why the Ohio State product is viewed so favorably heading into his second season. Read More

The Saints Come In At #50 For The Most Valuable Sports Franchise In The World

Posted by | July 15, 2017.

The New Orleans Saints are in the top 50 — barely — in team value across the globe, but in the NFL landscape they fall at No. 29 out of the 32 total. The Saints tied for No. 50 in Forbes’ annual list with Major League Baseball’s St. Louis Cardinals, coming in at a value of $1.75 billion. That’s a 16 percent increase from the previous year, but a slight fall from their No. 45 global ranking in 2016. The Cincinnati Bengals, Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills fill out the bottom three teams in terms of NFL value, the report said.

Unfortunately the Dallas Cowboys are at the top of heap again with a whopping $4.2 billion, making them the most valuable sports franchise in the world for the second straight year, according to Forbes.

Forbes placed the New York Yankees second — up from fourth a year ago — with a value of $3.7 billion.

Next are three soccer clubs: Manchester United ($3.69 billion), Barcelona ($3.64) and Real Madrid ($3.58).