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The New Orleans Saints are an American Football team currently playing in the NFL. They are members of the National Football Conference (NFC) and belong to its South Division. The team was formed in 1966 and joined the NFL a year later. They first played in the capitol division and then in the century division of the Eastern Conference till 1969. In 1970, they joined the NFC West, where they played till 2001. The home ground of the Saints is the Mercedes-Benz Superdome where they have played their home games since 1974. However, in their upcoming game against the Houston Texans, the New Orleans Saints will play away from home. Get New Orleans Saints Houston tickets and watch the exciting encounter between the two teams.
The first twenty years of the Saints were marked by mediocre performances and trophyless seasons. They registered their first winning season in 1987 and made it to the playoffs for the first time. From 1990 to 1992, they qualified for the playoffs three years running, showing their consistency. In 1991, the Saints reached a milestone by winning their first division title in the NFC West. Their second NFC West title came in 2000. In 2002, the Saints moved to the NFC South division and waited just four years to clinch their first NFC South title.
Then came the memorable season of 2009, when the Saints overcame all odds and made a mark in the NFL. The Saints won the NFC south title and progressed to win the NFC championship game against the Minnesota Vikings, which was decided in over time. It gave the Saints their first ever taste of Super Bowl. The dream run was completed by a resounding win against the Indianapolis Colts as the Saints lifted the Super Bowl trophy for the first time in their career. In 2011, the Saints won their third division title. Get New Orleans Saints Houston tickets and watch the ‘Beasts of The Bayou’ as they look to overcome their opposition.
The recently concluded rookie minicamp conducted by the Saints has shown some ambitious youngsters in their roster such as Andrus Peat and Garrett Grayson. Six of the nine players acquired by the Saints are defensive players. Only when the season unfolds will fans get to know the wisdom of the selection; till then everyone has their fingers crossed!