PRINCE2-FOUNDATION exam IIA-CIA-PART2 it certifications PMI-RMP forum IIA-CIA-PART2 it certifications

New Orleans Saints | Mississippi Politics and News - Y'all Politics | Page 2

Brett Favre must play better

Brett Favre must play better "The timing was a little bit off," Favre said, after the Vikings fell to the Saints, 14-9, in the NFL...

TWO DAT?! Five Reasons Why The New Orleans Saints Will Repeat

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/455755-two-dat-five-reasons-why-the-new-orleans-saints-will-repeat As we all are well aware of, the Saints won the Super Bowl last season. In most cases they were not even predicted to...

New Orleans Saints notes: Patrolling the dome, Gregg Williams stands his ground

http://www.nola.com/saints/index.ssf/2010/09/new_orleans_saints_notes_patro.html Williams stands his ground Perhaps the most publicized aspect of the Saints-Vikings game has been whether the Saints will deliver the same beating to Minnesota...

Saints FS Malcolm Jenkins Talks Defense, Move From Cornerback

Safety Malcolm Jenkins of the New Orleans Saints is optimistic that the Saints can repeat as NFL champions this season but knows that it will take plenty of work. That is the goal and we are working extremely hard to get back there but it still comes down to wining games and that’s our biggest focus right now. We must take it a game at a time just like we did last year. We must succeed when we are suppose to succeed and find a way to win when the odds are against us. We did a great job of that last year and we will have to persevere through tough games, the second year player says. Jenkins, who was drafted 14th overall in last year’s draft, was considered by some scouts to be better suited for the safety position and was moved from cornerback to safety during the offseason and feels comfortable at his new position. I love the move to safety it feels natural and I’m able to use my instincts and range to my advantage, he says. The Saints coaching staff made the decision to draft Florida State cornerback Patrick Robinson with their first round pick this year thus giving the team the depth to move Jenkins who will be the backup to veteran Darren Sharper. Says Jenkins of Sharper, I thinks he’s a huge piece to our puzzle defensively. You saw what he did last year on the field and even if he’s not on the field he can teach other players to do the things that he did. Sharper, who was brought in last year after a productive career with Green Bay and Minnesota, was the star of the Saints’ new and improved defense but Jenkins thinks that the defense can improve even more. I think the “D” has the potential to be better than we were last year, but potential isn’t enough we still have a lot of work to do to get to where we want to be, he says. That place where Saints want to be is Dallas in February of 2011 which is where the Super Bowl will be held at the end of this season and the team wouldn’t mind bringing another trophy back home to Who Dat Town. This article was written by Josh Joffrion and was sent in via email for publish on WDD. Get WhoDatDish.com three ways, subscribe to the RSS feed, become a friend of WDD on Twitter, or enjoy the new iPhone and Android app by searching for Who Dat Dish in your phone’s app store, it’s free!

New Orleans hopes to keep the party going

New Orleans hopes to keep the party going New Orleans' momentous victory over the Indianapolis Colts occurred in the middle of the city's parade season,...

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees keeping one eye on contract negotiations for Peyton...

New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees keeping one eye on contract negotiations for Peyton Manning and Tom Brady Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and New...

HBO role was one Jerry Jones couldn’t refuse

HBO role was one Jerry Jones couldn’t refuse Odds are infinitesimal that given the opportunity to appear on HBO’s trendy hit comedy "Entourage," Jerry...

New Orleans Saints ‘Championship Tour’ begins Tuesday

New Orleans Saints 'Championship Tour' begins Tuesday The Vince Lombardi Trophy is taking a trip around the Gulf South. The New Orleans Saints, along with the...

Innovative Coach Favored Air Attack

Innovative Coach Favored Air Attack Don Coryell's offensive-minded approach helped spark a passing revolution in professional football. Mr. Coryell, who died Thursday at age 85,...

Looking at year one of the Saints

Looking at year one of the Saints The defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints are going to start training camp at the end of...

Block title