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The 16th franchise of the National Football League was given to New Orleans. This was done on the 1st of November 1966. Giving it the name Saints was appropriate since it was All Saints Day. The majority owner of the franchise was John W. Mecom Jr. Before the 1967 NFL season, ticket sales began and there were about 33,400 fans who watched the maiden pre-season games of the team. In their six pre-season games, the Saints won five of them. In their first maiden regular season game in the NFL, they faced the Los Angeles Rams. One of the notable and memorable moments of that game was the 94-yard touchdown return kick by John Gilliam during the opening kickoff. This feat was witnessed by more than 80,000 fans who watched the game, but they lost to the Rams. They finished the season with a 3-11 win-loss record.
However, the hunger of the fans for pro American football game was so evident that every home game that the Saints had at the Tulane Stadium, their first arena, had more than 75,000 in attendance. Every home game for the Saints is like a celebration with the "Mardi Gras in Autumn" theme with its jazz bands, cheerleaders, and much more. Although the team faltered in their early years, the fans got their back and provided support every season. In 1975, the Saints moved to Louisiana Superdome and one of the memorable plays there was the 63-yard field goal by Tom Dempsey that went in and the Saints won against Detroit with a score of 19-17 in the last regular season game in 1970. Players such as QB Archie Manning (the father of star QBs Peyton and Eli Manning), RB George Rogers, LB Rickey Jackson, WR Eric Martin and Morten Andersen are some of the players who provided the Saints the necessary lift to respectability.
The winning period for the Saints came in 1985 and they had their first winning season in 1987 where they had 12-3 record. From 1987 to 1992, they reached the playoffs four times and became the NFC Western division champ in 1991. The mid-2000s saw the Saints rise to elite status thanks to Sean Payton who took the coaching helm in 2006 and star QB Drew Brees. They captured their first Super Bowl title in 2009 at the Super Bowl XLIV by defeating the Peyton Manning-led Indianapolis Colts.
The Superdome was the home stadium of the Saints since 1975. It was formally known as the Louisiana Superdome until 2011 when the naming rights was given to Mercedes-Benz. The state of Louisiana was struck by hurricane Katrina in 2005 that prompted the team to evacuate to other stadiums. It took more than $336 million to renovate the Superdome after the hurricane and this stadium has been the venue for seven Super Bowl games (XII, XV, XX, XXIV, XXXI, XXXVI and LVII).
2014-2015 New Orleans Saints Schedule:
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