It’s easy to envision a future where the NFL has teams in London, Shanghai, and Dubai, and you can jet out to games in your flying car if you feel so inclined. But the hard truth is that the NFL will NEVER field a team outside of North America. Here are some reasons why:
The New Orleans Saints’ next two games are against Indianapolis and St. Louis. If the common thread those teams share right now didn’t set off any bells, let me fill you in.
The man who helped broker the recent Superdome naming rights deal between the New Orleans Saints and Mercedes-Benz USA is out of job, according to a report by autonews.com, a website that covers the automobile industry.
While team doctors were pleased with the results of surgery Monday to repair a torn meniscus and broken tibia in Payton’s left leg, there remained a number of questions pertaining to how the Saints will adapt to their head coach’s long recovery.
A lot of teams would like to have the Saints’ 4-2 record (tied atop the division) at this point in the season, but there are still plenty of reasons for concern in New Orleans