From Aint’s to Saints: Suddenly Contenders, Not Pretenders

Posted: 3rd November 2009 by Jonathan Mathis in NFL
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Among all things, no atmosphere in America is as lively as the Superdome, where a large and energetic population gathers to root for a franchise that has encountered misery in prior years. But now, for skeptics who are blinded by surrealism, disbelieving is underestimating a team that has suddenly awakened and established itself into a playoff contender. In recent years, we were accustomed to observing a franchise shamelessly enduring inferiority. On Bourbon Street the fans wore frowns, jadedáin a downcast era. The New Orleans Saints were still pretenders at the time, in disarray and embarrassed when an irritable crowd wore paper bags covering their heads to severely ridicule a futile franchise, critical on fizzles staining prominence. Oftentimes, cheersáwere unlikelyáheard inside the l ...

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