New Orleans Saints All-Time Dream Team

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The New Orleans Saints have existed for over 64 years, having only a couple of winning seasons prior to 2006. Since then they have had a winning season every year other than 2007.

With all of those loosing seasons behind them, the Saints have still had a lot of great players play for them, however it was either a good offense and a poor defense or just the opposite. It jsut seemed they never could put it all together at one time.

It took top management like Mickey Loomis, Rita Benson LeBlanc and coach Sean Payton to build a great organization, with them on board that’s exactly what has happened, a healthy team with a very good offense and excellent defense.

Even the atmosphere around the Superdome has changed, there are no paper sacks to be seen, no booing in the stands. When a player makes mistakes it’s no big deal — we are just proud to have a team that gives a hundred and ten percent for sixty minutes every Sunday.

Now the Saints are a team that can win games all kinds of ways, defensively, offensively or even on special teams. But all of the great players that have been lost in the past need to be recognized by the Saints fans, and the present players that are with the the Saints now.

Below I have put together a list of the New Orleans Saints All Time Dream Team.

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  • mrknowitall

    This author needs to do some homework before he decides to comment on the history of the Saints. First off, Willie Roaf was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs not the St. Louis Rams. SSecondly, Jahri Evens is a right not a left guard. Carl Nicks holds down the left side. Jahri is by far the most talented guard in Saints history, and next to Willie the best OL for my money. I think most people who know what their talking about would agree. Just don’t see how this author can only rank 1 player from the only Saints team to ever win a Super Bowl on this list. Most of these guys never even tasted the playoffs much less a playoff victory.

  • Paul Campbell

    First off let me say you are correct about Roaf being traded to Kansas City instead of St Louis, and that Jari Evens is a great lineman, but you are completly missing the reason for the article.. This article isn’t about who won superbowls for the Saints. There were a lot of players in Saints history that would have been even better had they been in the right enviroment like the saints currently have going for them, but to say just because that some players have never won a superbowl than they are failures. That would be completly wrong on your part. All i can say is you sound like the fans that wore papersacks on their head and are now coming out and claiming how big a fan you really are, if you were you would have to agree that the players on my list are great, i can understand if you dissagree and thats fine, but to say because they never won a superbowl than they are not great is doing them a great disservice. By the way there is 4 players listed from the 2009 season superbowl team listed..

    • Richard

      spelling corrections: Jahri Evans not Jari Evens, Morten Andersen not Morton Anderson, Craig Heyward not Creig Heyword, and you misspelled Deuce. Come on man.

  • SaintsFaninVP

    Dempsey’s Record is not just a Franchise Record but an NFL RECORD!


    There should be an ASTERIC next to Jason Elam’s 63 yd FG since it was accomplished at MILE HIGH Stadium!

    Whereas Dempsey’s RECORD FG was done BELOW SEA LEVEL!!!!

    Not to mention that the ball was kicked from SAINTS TERRITORY!!!!

    [Yeah, I know, the Goal Posts were on the Goal Line in those days!]