New Orleans Saints Pittsburgh Tickets
With an all time winning percentage of 0.6875, the New Orleans Saints are leading in comparison to the opposing team the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers are lagging behind with a winning percentage of 0.5. Get New Orleans Saints Pittsburgh tickets to find out if the Steelers will be able to narrow down the gap in the winning percentage. The game is scheduled at the Heinz Field in Pittsburgh this season. Do visit the venue with your friends to catch an exciting game. Players including Jim Dombrowski, Rueben Mayes, Willie Roaf, Joe Horn, Joe Johnson and Morten Andersen have been inducted to the New Orleans Saints Hall Of Fame amongst others.
Winner of five Division Championships, the New Orleans Saints are based in Louisiana. The American professional football league plays in the Southern Division of the National Football Conference. The Saints are associated members of the National Football League. The franchise emerged in 1967, established by founding members John W. Mecom, Jr. and David Dixon. Their home games are played at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
For the first two decades the team faced quite a lot of difficulty settling down, at that time they were barely competitive. It wasn’t until the 1988 season that the franchise emerged as a competitive team. They gained success in 2000 by winning their first ever playoff against the St. Louis Rams. The 2009 season marks a historic victory for the franchise. The Saints made a franchise record by winning thirteen games. They made it to the Super Bowl XLIV and crushed the AFC champion Indianapolis Colts with a score of 31-17. The Saints have won one League Championship and one Conference Championship. They have appeared in the playoffs ten times.
Pro Bowl Players of the team include LeCharles Bentley, Jahri Evans, Jon Stinchcomb, La'Roi Glover, Joe Horn, Hoby Brenner and more. The remarkable Saints will be competing against Pittsburg Steelers this season. New Orleans Saints Pittsburgh tickets are now up for sale. The game is scheduled to be held at the Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. The venue holds a seating capacity to accommodate about sixty-five thousand five hundred spectators. Bring your friends along to enjoy the game.