A Movie About The Infamous “NOLA No Call” Called “Get The Ref” Is In The Works

Posted by | March 15, 2019.

The movie project “Get The Ref,” was announced recently chronicling the no-call in the NFC Championship game that “enraged a generation of loyal Saints fans.”

A news release from Prior Military Productions, a West Hollywood group that works with disabled veterans in the film industry, said filming is expected to begin in the summer. Ten disabled veterans are expected to work and learn with a Louisiana crew.

“We wanted to make a film with impact reflective of social events. The tragedy that befell Saints fans needs some kind of retribution,” said Joanne Busch, the company’s president, in a news release.

No director has currently been chosen, but Danny Devito has been tapped to play a “Cajun sheriff.” Ed Helms, known for roles in the hit TV show “The Office” and movies including “The Hangover” and “Tag” is in talks to play the title character, the release said.

The story is written by one of the veterans working with the company and centers around fans “bound and determined to get the ref who missed the call.” That sounds just like something the Big Easy Mafia would be involved with.

The play referenced in the movie occurred late in the Saints’ loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship on Jan. 20. As Drew Brees uncorked a third-down pass to Tommylee Lewis, Rams defender Nikell Robey-Coleman ran through him well before the ball arrived. No penalty was called and the Saints were forced to kick a field goal with enough time remaining for the Rams to drive for the tying score. Los Angeles would win 26-23 in overtime.
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Nola No Call Mardi Gras Parade “Robbin Refs”

Posted by | March 5, 2019.

New Orleans is still very angry after its loss to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship thanks to a blown call on the part of the refs. We won’t forget it and we won’t let them forget it either. New Orleans is Petty because we’re Passionate, that goes hand in hand. We have created jersey patches, T-Shirts, Mardi Gras throws, Mardi Gras floats, songs, etc. with many more to come for the upcoming 2019 season.

One Mardi Gras krewe, Krewe d’Etat, came up with the “Robbin’ Refs” marching group and the float named “Willful Blindness.”

The group dressed as blind refs with an image of commissioner Roger Goodell as a clown on the back of the shirt.

The top of the float had “NFL” spelled out in Braille.

Sean Payton Denies The Trade Rumors On Antonio Brown

Posted by | March 2, 2019.

The New Orleans Saints would seem to be looking to add an offensive playmaker this offseason, but coach Sean Payton said Friday (March 1) the team has not yet reached out to the Pittsburgh Steelers about star wide receiver Antonio Brown.

“No, and I wouldn’t tell you if we had,” Payton said in an interview with New Orleans media members at the NFL combine. “Look, I’ve followed it a little bit like you guys have, and that’s really about it.”

Brown has requested a trade, and the Steelers have said they will look to move him this offseason. The 30-year-old receiver is a four-time All-Pro, has averaged 114 catches for 1,524 yards the past six seasons and likely would improve any team he joins immediately.

NFL Network’s Michael Silver tweeted on Friday to “keep an eye on the Saints” in regards to the pursuit of Brown, but for now, based on what Payton said, the team’s interest is unclear.

The Saints have limited assets if they were to pursue a trade as their only draft pick in the first four rounds this year is the 62nd overall pick in the second round. Brown is also due base salaries of $12.625 million in 2019, $11.3 million in 2020 and $12.5 million in 2021, which would be increasingly tough for the Saints to pay if they pursue a top-of-market deal with Michael Thomas.

Still, it’s an exciting thought to consider what Brown, Thomas, Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara and others could accomplish together in the Saints offense.

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The Boycott Bowl In New Orleans, Take A Break From NFL Football

Posted by | January 30, 2019.

The Boycott Bowl is a music festival that celebrates our culture and benefits New Orleans musicians, chefs, bartenders, and the entire service industry rather than the NFL. It will provide us an opportunity to do something to celebrate the Saints, our city, and the fans that we were wrongfully denied on January 20.

Boycott Bowl will be held on Fulton Street from Girod to Lafayette taking this boycott to the streets!!!

You can purchase the official “NOLA NO CALL” jersey patch and the T-shirt. This is the exact patch that will be worn on gamely jerseys, shirts, costumes etc. by all Diehard Saints fans during the 2019 season to express their disgust after the blatant “No Call”.

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Sunday Feb 3. NOON- 10PM

Entertainment Lineup

CHOPPA (with a Choppa Style Dance Contest)

Shamarr Allen & The Underdawgs (Hit The Sean Payton)

Partners N Crime and The Big EZ Band (Pump Tha Party, New Orleans Block Party, Shake It Like A Dog)

Rockin Doopsie

Fred from Cowboy Mouth

The Vettes

Ricky B (Shake For Ya Hood)

Flow Tribe

Khris Royal & Dark Matter

Dash Rip Rock

Grammy Nominee 5th Ward Weebie

Kermit Ruffins



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The Official “NOLA No Call” #ROBBED Fan Jersey Patch

Posted by | January 28, 2019.



Saints fans will never let the NFL just sweep this catastrophe under a rug like it never happened. Indeed it happened and we will never forget it. We have created a patch to be worn by all Saints fans for the 2019 season and beyond.

It shows the three referees that were involved in the “No Call” #60, #62 and #13. This is what they looked like on the field, cartoonish in character and saying “I heard nothing”….. “I said nothing”….. “I saw nothing”.
The patch is designed very basic and very much like a bad cartoon on purpose, because thats exactly how those officials acted on the field, like a bad cartoon. Please put one of these on your Saints game day gear and spread the word to get one on every Saints fan out there. They will see this next season and it will remind them of how foolish they really were.

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We also have the same design available in a T-shirt after many requests.

It is available in both men and woman styles.


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A Petition Has Been Created To Replay The Saints vs Rams NFC Championship Game After The “No Call”

Posted by | January 21, 2019.

There has been a petition created to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to replay the NFC Championship game against the Rams after the “No Call” on pass interference. I personally think it will do absolutely no good but I also think it will help in the recovery process, like a venting session. So if you want to make yourself feel a little better then you can sign the petition below.

Thousands of fans have signed an online petition to NFL Commissioner Rodger Goodell for a redo of the NFC Championship against the Los Angles Rams.

“Refs missed a blatant pass interference call against the Los Angeles Rams late in fourth quarter of Jan. 20 NFC Championship game, possibly costing New Orleans Saints a trip to the Superbowl. Due to refs’ inability to properly officiate at the game, we the undersigned want a re-match against L.A. on Sunday, Jan. 27. It’s the only fair solution to this travesty of epic proportions,”

Terry Cassreino wrote in his petition. He’s calling for a rematch on Jan. 27.

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There’s An App For That, Yes Even For Saints Fans To Increase The Crowd Noise In The Superdome

Posted by | January 19, 2019.


There’s an app for literally everything for smartphones these days and 99.9% of Saints fans have one.

All Saints fans are asked to download this free Airhorn app and play it along with yelling and screaming the entire time their offense is on the field. We are the 12th man and we all need to deliver with a punch. “Let’s Do It MAFIA Style” #BringTheMafia

 

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Saints Take Advantage Of Bye Week To Regroup

Posted by | January 2, 2019.

The reward for earning a bye week for the New Orleans Saints will be a week of introspection.

With no singular opponent to lock on for their NFC Divisional playoff game Sunday, Jan. 13 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the top-seeded Saints (13-3) instead will turned their attention to themselves.

“The focus is improving ourselves,” Coach Sean Payton said Monday. “It’s not at all – anything to do (with) – opponent-driven. With the way we played yesterday (a 33-14 loss to Carolina in the regular-season finale), some of the things that we’ve done offensively recently, our focus is going to be strictly on Saints and the fundamentals and the techniques that we need to improve on.

“They’re all specific to pad level, tackling, blocking. They’re all specific to the fundamentals of our game. We’ve got a lot of things that we’ve got to improve on and this week gives us a chance to do that.”
The offensive dip to which Payton referred likely was the fact that New Orleans scored 14 points or less in three of its final five regular-season games. Sunday’s offensive performance did not include appearances by quarterback Drew Brees, running back Alvin Kamara, receiver Ted Ginn Jr., left tackle Terron Armstead or right guard Larry Warford, who were inactive.

Payton said he was pleased with the performance of No. 2 quarterback Teddy Bridgewater (14 of 22 for 118 yards and a touchdown, with an interception). But the players also know that a return to basics will be helpful.

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“It’s a luxury to be in this position, to have a first-round bye, to have an extra week so we can polish up on some techniques,” said offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod, who started six games during the regular season. “And to get back to fundamentals.
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The Cleveland Browns Interview Saints Assistant Head Coach

Posted by | January 1, 2019.

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The Cleveland Browns have requested permission to interview New Orleans Saints’ assistant head coach and tight ends coach Dan Campbell for their head-coaching job, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Campbell is also being wooed by the Green Bay Packers.

The 42-year-old has been a member of the Saints’ coaching staff since 2016. Prior to his term in New Orleans, Campbell spent six years with the Miami Dolphins, ending his stint in Miami as the team’s interim head coach in 2015 (he went 5-7).

He first arrived with the Dolphins in 2010, beginning his coaching career as an intern. The following year, he was promoted to the role of tight ends coach, a position he held up until being chosen as Joe Philbin’s head-coaching replacement in 2015.

Campbell also had a 10-year NFL career as a tight end, playing for the New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys, and Detroit Lions. His most productive season came with the Lions in 2006, where he hauled in 21 receptions for 308 yards and four touchdowns.
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New Orleans Saints 2018 Playoff Tickets

Posted by | December 30, 2018.


There may be no other fanbase in the NFL that has been treated to more entertaining football in recent years than that of of the New Orleans Saints. This is thanks in large part to franchise quarterback Drew Brees. Brees enters the 2018 season with the third-most passing yards in NFL history, trailing only Peyton Manning and Brett Favre. Here’s a stat, though, that truly gets to the heart of his greatness: Of the five quarterbacks to post 5,000-yard passing seasons, only Brees has done it more than once. He has done it five times.

The Saints have been a member of the NFL since 1967, and they have played their games in the stadium now known as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome since 1975. After a few scattered playoff appearances throughout their history, the Saints finally broke through with a franchise-best 13 wins and their first ever Super Bowl title in the 2009 season. The title victory over the favored Colts was a galvanizing moment for a city still recovering from Hurricane Katrina years earlier.

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There’s A Battle Going On In The NFC

Posted by | December 2, 2018.

Christmas is still several weeks away, but the New Orleans Saints handed an early gift to the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday when the Dallas Cowboys beat the New Orleans Saints in an upset. It was a win very few people saw coming, opening the door for the Rams to take over the No. 1 seed.

Now with a half-game lead on Saints, the Rams simply have to win out to earn home-field advantage in the playoffs.

However, the Rams only face one team above .500 the rest of the way, and that is the Seattle Seahawks sitting in second place of the NFC West.

New Orleans still has a semi-tough road ahead with two teams above .500.
In an NFC South showdown, the Saints play the Carolina Panthers twice in the final 3 weeks of the season, who are 4 games behind the Saints, sitting in 2nd place of the NFC South at 6-5, and a matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers, sitting in first place of the AFC North at 7-3-1.

The Saints are hoping for the Rams to lose to stay on top for the no.1 seed, who as of now owns the tie breaker over the Rams, after stopping there 8 game winning streak.

It’s a tough battle these next 5 weeks for both the Saints and Rams to conquer home field advantage throughout the playoffs, as both teams try to make their way to Atlanta, Georgia for SuperBowl LIII at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Written By: Bruce Cotton (DatMan)

Brandon Marshall Says He’s Healthy And Ready To Play

Posted by | November 17, 2018.

New Saints receiver Brandon Marshall knows the score.

After being released by the Seattle Seahawks following weeks of dwindling playing time, the 34-year-old wideout understands observers question his ability.

“No, I’m done. I’m washed up,” he said coyly, via ESPN’s Mike Triplett. “What my film says this year is what it is.”

The film shows a veteran receiver who rarely created separation in Seattle and suffered some drops. After opening the season playing 36-plus snaps in each of the first three games, Marshall played just 31 total snaps in his final three games with the Seahawks, getting passed on the depth chart buy sprier options. On the season, he compiled just 11 catches for 136 yards and one touchdown.

Marshall attributed some of those struggles to injuries. An ankle injury ended his 2017 campaign prematurely, then he underwent toe surgery, and dealt with a hamstring issue this offseason.

Marshall said this week he’s “fit as a fiddle” and “healthy as a trout” after signing with the New Orleans Saints.

Joining Drew Brees, Marshall knows he doesn’t have to be a world-beater, but simply play a complementary role.

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Dennis Allen Talks About The Growth Of Eli Apple And Marshon Lattimore

Posted by | November 17, 2018.

New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Dennis Allen has a background working with cornerbacks, so it’s natural that he’d have some specific insight into the development of starters Eli Apple and Marshon Lattimore. Allen was asked about Apple, who the Saints acquired in a trade with the New York Giants just a month ago, in his Friday media conference call:

“I think every opportunity he has to get out there, practice, play, whatever the case may be and get more and more comfortable within the system to where he’s really not thinking about what his job is, he’s just really playing football, I think the better he’s going to be. I’ve seen improvement each and every week and that’s not easy to do, especially for a young player. He didn’t have the fortune of going through training camp and an offseason and all those things with us. And if those things weren’t important, we wouldn’t have them. Obviously, he’s playing a little bit of catch up, but I think each and every week he’s getting more and more comfortable.”

It’s good to see Apple improve on a weekly basis, and that’s what he showed against the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday. While he did allow Cincinnati’s first touchdown after misplaying his leverage to the outside in coverage, Apple rebounded well in the game from that point and later set up a Saints score with a diving interception.

But the Saints’ other cornerback, Lattimore, has been improving too. Lattimore spoke about his opening-game “slap in the mouth” and has steadily returned to form since, and Allen has taken notice:

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Dez Bryant Out With Possible Torn Achilles Tendon

Posted by | November 9, 2018.

WOW!!! That didn’t last long.

Dez Bryant, who turned 30 on Sunday, had not been with a team since he was released by the Dallas Cowboys in April after his on-field productivity slipped in 2016 and 2017. The once-dominant physical wideout hasn’t surpassed 900 yards since signing a lucrative extension in 2015 — an extension fueled by remarkable numbers he racked up en route to being named a first-team All-Pro in 2014.

The Saints took a big chance on him for both his physical ability and his attitude. He practiced for the first time on Thursday with the New Orleans Saints and now they fear that Bryant tore his Achilles on the final play of Friday’s practice, a source confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

The Saints signed Bryant with a view to bolster the spot, which hasn’t been productive since Ted Ginn went on injured reserve with a knee injury. Ginn last played in Week 4, yet his 22 targets on the season still rank second among the wide receivers on the Saints’ roster behind Thomas’ 79. Ginn’s 12 catches are also tied with rookie Tre’Quan Smith as the second-most among the team’s wide receivers.




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The Saints could potentially turn to another decorated veteran receiver, Brandon Marshall, who also impressed the team during a Tuesday workout, according to Schefter. The Saints also auditioned veteran receiver Kamar Aiken on Tuesday before opting to sign Bryant.

The Saints currently have four wide receivers on injured reserve: Ginn, Meredith, Tommylee Lewis and Travin Dural. Given that a torn Achilles tendon is a season-ending injury, Bryant would be the fifth wideout to land on injured reserve for the Saints should the MRI confirm the injury.

Demario Davis Named NFC Defensive Player Of The Week

Posted by | October 3, 2018.

For the second week in a row, a New Orleans Saints player has earned an honor as a top performer in the conference.

The NFL announced on Wednesday that linebacker Demario Davis was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week after his stellar performance in Week 4.

In a 33-18 win over the New York Giants last Sunday, Davis had 11 tackles, two for loss and two sacks to lead the defense to its best game of the year.




Saints quarterback Drew Brees was the NFC Offensive Player of the Week after the Week 3 win over the Atlanta Falcons.

The Saints will look for more standout performances when they play on Monday night in Week 5 against Washington.

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Saints to determine ‘the balance’ with Ingram, Kamara

Posted by | October 3, 2018.

One big reinforcement will be back for the New Orleans Saints in Week 5.

The return of bruising running back Mark Ingram from suspension will buffer an offense that has overly relied on Alvin Kamara through the first four weeks.

Coach Sean Payton said Tuesday that Ingram will be ready for Monday night’s tilt versus the Washington Redskins.

“He wasn’t gone for a year and a half or been a castaway on an island,” Payton said, via Luke Johnson of The Times-Picayune. “It was four weeks. He’s in good shape.”




The bigger question is to what role will Ingram return.

“We’ll figure out the balance with the Redskins game and going forward each game,” Payton said. “You’re always looking at how you want to play the game.

“But, of course, a little bit more versatility with someone with Mark’s experience. I know it’ll be good for us offensively to have him back.”

Last season, Ingram and Kamara combined to be the NFL’s most lethal RB duo, leading the NFL in rushing yards (1,852), rushing TDs (20) scrimmage yards (3,094) and scrimmage TDs (25).

Ingram out-touched Kamara 18.0 to 12.6 in 2017. We’d expect a much tighter split, or for Kamara to flip the script in 2018.

The second-year back has been a force through four games, compiling 275 rushing yards, 336 receiving yards and six total touchdowns. In Sunday’s victory in New York, Kamara seemingly was the Saints offense, totaling 102 rushing yards and three scores in the second half.

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Saints Are Bringing In Veteran Defensive Tackle Jay Bromley To Help The Struggling Defense

Posted by | September 18, 2018.


The New Orleans Saints are adding more depth at defensive tackle as they are re-signing veteran Jay Bromley.

Bromley signed with the Saints in May and appeared in all four preseason games with the team before being released on Sept. 1. He recorded four tackles in the preseason. Bromley is flying to New Orleans on Tuesday morning to sign his new deal.

NFL Network first reported the agreement between the Saints and Bromley on Monday night.

The 26-year-old Bromley spent the previous four seasons with the New York Giants. In 55 career games, including four starts, he had 76 tackles and two sacks.

The Saints are looking for nose tackle help with Tyeler Davison dealing with a foot injury. When Davison sat out Week 2, undrafted rookie Taylor Stallworth played 26 snaps, but accumulated no stats.

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TailgateN’ For Charity In The Benson Tower

Posted by | August 29, 2018.

Saints fans come celebrate the kickoff to the 2018 NFL season with an all-inclusive tailgate on Benson Terrace 5 floors above Champions Square! The Saints host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a division match up on Sunday, September 9, 2018.

All tailgates include a 3.5 hour package including food (see menu below), draft beer, mimosas, our signature infused vodka bloody mary & wine.

Located right next to the Superdome, Benson Terrace at Benson Towers is a 10,000 square foot indoor and outdoor venue that overlooks the game day events in Champions Square.

Listen to live music down below while enjoying all of the amenities from above the crowd! Two bars, air conditioned suite, restrooms, 3 televisions, and no hassle. Leave your grills and ice chests at home. Let us do the work for you on game day!

Reserve your spot today at www.tailgatenola.com under the tailgate tab. Season ticket tailgate packages are also available. Contact Dan Flynn at (985) 210-8697 for pricing and group rates.

New Orleans Saints at Los Angeles Chargers: The starters get one last tune-up

Posted by | August 25, 2018.

The first two preseason games are in the books. However, there hasn’t been much time to see the actual starters until tonight. Equally important, this is going to be the only chance till opening day to develop chemistry. The New Orleans Saints get a chance to see extended time for the first team.

All eyes are going to be on the Saints top pick Marcus Davenport. Davenport makes his debut tonight for the first time in live action. Just to refresh, the New Orleans Saints traded with the Green Bay Packers to move up to the 14th slot to pick Davenport. Also, they gave up a fifth round pick and the first round pick in 2019. Surely, there is high expectations for Davenport to come in and make an immediate impact.

Anything less than a stellar season will be disappointing. Is he ready, coming from a small school like Texas-San Antonio? Who Dat Nation hopes so. And the fans have reason to believe the front office knows what they are doing. Especially, with the success of the 2017 NFL Draft that landed Marshon Lattimore, Marcus Williams, Ryan Ramczyk, and Alvin Kamara. Every one of them has provided incredible first year results. Ramczyk was considered a shock at first from the Black and Gold. However, with the retirement of Zach Strief, he’s been a force on the offensive line.

Zach Strief has no doubt helped Ramczyk develop into a dominant offensive lineman to protect Drew Brees. Brees gets his first chance to make a few throws tonight too. The key for the offense in general will be developing a solid rhythm. Ironically, Brees makes his debut against his former team the Los Angeles Chargers. Both Drew Brees and Phillip Rivers and Drew Brees remain close friends. “I like to think we–for those two years–brought out the best in each other. It was a great learning experiecne for both of us and I think we both got a lot better as a result of it,” Drew Brees said.

Brees still has a home in San Diego and remains in touch with his friend from the Chargers. Now, both of them face each other for a fascinating preseason game with expectations for both teams. Surely, both guys are going to want to outplay each other.