When the Saints beat the Atlanta Falcons, it marked the first time in Saints history they had ever lost a game on the road.
That was in 1999, the first year they were able to play home games against teams outside the NFC South.
They didn’t win any playoff games at the time, but that’s why they’ve stayed in the postseason.
When the team was playing on the gridiron against the Falcons, they were averaging 4.5 points per game, and the Falcons scored 38 points in the first quarter alone.
They never won a playoff game, but their record on the season was 10-4.
This is what happens when you play at home.
New Orleans won its first Super Bowl, in 2010, and in 2014 they won their second title in the franchise’s history.
They won another Super Bowl in 2019, and then in 2021, the Saints won their third title in a row.
The team is known for its high-energy offense and high-flying defense, but this year they’ve found a new way to play.
They’ve been able to run their offense more efficiently, and they’ve been more productive with their pass rush, with the exception of a few games against the New England Patriots and the Detroit Lions.
New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo is trying to keep his defense fresh and versatile, and he’s hoping the Saints can play well against the Giants, who are coming off a bye week.
If the Giants can run the ball well, New Orleans will have trouble holding them.
That’s the biggest reason why New Orleans has been playing better football on the field this year.
They’re able to get out there and run with the ball and then have a good game plan, especially on the ground.
That makes the game-winning drive easier, because they’re able, with their offensive line and their running game, to win with a little bit of luck.
The Giants have won four straight and are playing well, but New Orleans is playing much better, too.
It’s been about playing on a high note, because the offense has been so good.
The Saints offense has scored touchdowns in all but one of their first eight games this year, and since their bye week, they’ve scored in double digits in five of their last six games.
Their average of 31.3 points per contest ranks fourth in the NFL.
It should also be noted that they have been playing in front of a home crowd, which has helped them get off to a fast start.
They have averaged 38.4 points per outing, the second-best average in the league.
They are averaging just 5.8 yards per play, which is second in the NFC, behind the Dallas Cowboys (7.9).
The Saints have scored at least 40 points in eight straight games, the longest streak in the last three years.
They were able the week after their bye to win at Atlanta, and it helped them to tie the record for most points scored in a game with an average of 44.5.
It was their second straight game in front-of-home record with a victory, as they beat the Carolina Panthers 24-24 on Saturday.
They also won at New Orleans on Sunday, scoring 36 points.
The teams are tied at the league’s all-time record for points scored.
New England has won five of the last six matchups with New Orleans, and won seven of the eight games the Saints have played in the division.
The two teams are the only two teams to play each other on the same day, and their record in those games is 14-14-1.
The Patriots are undefeated in their last eight meetings with New England, including a 29-27 victory in Week 12.
It is a good matchup for New Orleans.
The Pats are coming into the game having lost three straight, including the last two in New Orleans and New England.
That includes an overtime loss to the Saints on Sunday.
That loss was the first game since 2011 that New Orleans had lost back-to-back games.
They went on to win the last of those games, a 28-21 overtime victory at Miami on Dec. 16, 2013.
The second-year Saints are coming in with a record of 9-1-1, their longest winning streak since 2013.
They started the season at 4-3 and are now 9-2 with a win in Week 9.
They defeated the Giants 27-24 in Week 13, but they were also defeated at Tampa Bay 20-10 in Week 16.
The Rams are coming to New Orleans with a 6-4 record, their best record since 2013 and also the team’s best record against the Saints since 1999.
New Orleanians are coming out of their bye with a 2-6 record.
The only time they’ve played the Saints in a season finale was in Week 15, when the Saints defeated the Falcons 34-24.
They will play the Giants again on Sunday in