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Buffalo Wild Wings responds to tweet aimed at the Who Dat nation

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By Jonah Gilmore | BRProud

“Yeah, a little bit petty. I mean it’s pretty funny. For them to be downing the home team like that, it’s no reason for it.”

New Orleans Saints fans are throwing a flag at Buffalo Wild Wings because of this tweet.


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New Orleans' Super Bowl Hopes Now Rest on Teddy Bridgewater Following Drew Brees' Injury

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By By Mark Ross | Athlon Sports

In March, the New Orleans Saints made Teddy Bridgewater the highest-paid backup quarterback in the NFL. With Drew Brees now sidelined for at least the next six weeks, the Saints (1-1) will find out what kind of return they will get on their investment.

Brees suffered a thumb injury in Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams when his hand made contact with defensive tackle Aaron Donald's hand after throwing a pass. After the game, the fear was that he had torn a ligament in his thumb on his throwing hand, a diagnosis that was confirmed by a hand specialist.

Brees underwent thumb surgery and is expected to miss anywhere from six to eight weeks. His absence could be longer, depending on the surgery, his recovery, and whether New Orleans places him on injured reserve.

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Nick Saban, Joe Horn, Phil Robertson among Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame’s 2020 class

  • News source: Doug Ireland
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NATCHITOCHES – Outdoorsman Phil Robertson, recognized internationally as the Duck Commander, and former LSU football coach Nick Saban, who won 75 percent of his games and the 2003 national championship in five seasons with the Tigers, join eight-time Mr. Olympia world bodybuilding champion Ronnie Coleman and another global sports figure, Sweet Lou Dunbar of the Harlem Globetrotters, among a star-studded group of eight 2020 competitive ballot inductees chosen for the...
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Spera: Is Drew Brees' injury a calamity of Biblical proportions or a Saints rallying cry?

  • News source: BY KEITH SPERA | Staff writer
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That God-awful sound reverberating all the way from the West Coast last Sunday?

It was the mass rending of Black & Gold garments, as the Who Dat Nation plunged into mourning.

“Misery” was the one-word headline on the front page of Monday’s morning-after newspaper. “Rammed” would have also worked.

In last season’s Cinderella story with a sad ending, the Rams were the evil stepsisters who didn’t let the Saints go to the ball/bowl.

Two weeks into the 2019 season...
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Buffalo Wild Wings corporation apologizes for tweet that seemed to mock Saints fans

  • News source: BY DOUG MACCASH | Staff writer
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A spokesperson for the Buffalo Wild Wings corporation has issued a mea culpa for a tweet the company issued on Sunday that seemed to mock the Who Dat Nation during its darkest hour. “We apologize for our tweet, which was not meant to offend Saints fans,” the email apology read.

Buffalo Wild Wings’ tweet, which read “New Orleans fans already drawing up lawsuits,” was prompted by an NFL officiating gaffe that robbed the Saints of an 80-yard return run after a Rams...
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How the Saints survive without Drew Brees: Podcast

  • News source: Dave Cariello
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Brees is hurt, the Saints lost, and the defense got lit up AGAIN. How can the Saints 2019 season not go up in flames? Oh, and Kevin almost got murdered by some random woman in his house. WHAT A SHOW!! Andrew breaks down whether Teddy Bridgewater can be okay at QB. Kevin and Ralph want to murder kill some officials, and Dave just wants to punch somebody. How did the offensive line struggle so much? The good news is the NFC South is probably the worst division in the...
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The NFC South heading into Week 3

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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It was a bad week to be a fan of the New Orleans Saints. The New Orleans Saints lost the game, but they might have lost far more than that.

In Week 2, the Carolina Panthers (0-1) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-1) got things started early on Thursday Night Football, with the Bucs able to hold on for a 20-14 victory to improve to 1-1. The loss dropped the Panthers to 0-2. Sunday afternoon, the New Orleans Saints (1-0) lost to the Los Angeles Rams 27-9, but ended up...
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Barnwell: All the fallout from the Big Ben and Brees injuries

  • News source: www.espn.com - New Orleans Saints
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Big NFL news seems to come in pairs these days. A few weeks ago, the Texans made two huge trades in the matter of an afternoon. Over the past few days, a pair of promising young cornerbacks in Minkah Fitzpatrick and Jalen Ramsey hit the trade market. On Monday, unfortunately, we saw two superstar quarterbacks hit the shelf. After Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger left their respective games with injuries in Week 2, it was confirmed that both will undergo surgery...
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Week 3 NFL Power Rankings - 1-32 poll, plus most pleasant surprise for each team

  • News source: www.espn.com - New Orleans Saints
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As we embark on the latest NFL Power Rankings, the first two weeks of the season have seen their share of developments, some bad (see Dolphins, Miami) and many good. We're taking a sunny-side-up approach to the power rankings this week, asking our NFL Nation reporters to identify their team's most pleasant surprise through two games and forecast whether those good times will continue.

So whether you're feeling good about the early season, or you've lost your star...
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Ziggy Ansah expected to debut for Seahawks this week

  • News source: Curtis Crabtree
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Seahawks defensive end Ziggy Ansah is expected to make his season debut with Seattle on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints

Head coach Pete Carroll said on Monday that Ansah is on track to return this week after being inactive for the first two games of the season while working back from shoulder surgery

“The expectation is that he’s going to play this week,” Carroll said. “It’s just taken us this long to get through. We wanted to make sure that everything was...
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Saints starting MLB Anzalone placed on IR

  • News source: www.espn.com - New Orleans Saints
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METAIRIE, La. -- The hits just keep on coming for the New Orleans Saints.

They placed starting middle linebacker Alex Anzalone on injured reserve Monday with an unspecified injury. It's unclear if there is a chance he could return to the lineup this year, but he will have to miss a minimum of eight weeks.

The good news for the Saints is that they just traded for an experienced veteran inside linebacker in Kiko Alonso earlier this month. Veteran backup Craig...
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Overcoming the loss of Brees doesn’t fall exclusively on Teddy Bridgewater

  • News source: Les East
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Drew Brees’ thumb injury apparently requires surgery that will sideline him for roughly six weeks.

Unless a second opinion produces a drastically different diagnosis than the first, Teddy Bridgewater will be the New Orleans Saints starting quarterback for the foreseeable future.

But that doesn’t mean Bridgewater is solely responsible for mitigating the loss, though he will be primarily responsible.

It doesn’t mean the difference in performance between Brees – who...
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Saints place linebacker Alex Anzalone on IR

  • News source: Don Kellum
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It was revealed Monday afternoon that the Saints have placed starting middle linebacker on injured reserve. Field Yates broke the news.

Anzalone missed time during the preseason but was ready to go week one against the Houston Texans. No specifics about what type of injury this is has been released. At this time it’s unsure if it is a new injury or the one that he was bothered by prior to the start of the season.

He has a history of shoulder injuries that saw him...
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Carl Granderson joins Saints 53-man roster after exemption lifted

  • News source: BY ROD WALKER | Staff writer
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Carl Granderson, the Saints undrafted rookie defensive end whose journey to the NFL hit some legal roadblocks, is now on the 53-man roster.

Granderson's roster exemption was lifted on Monday.

Under the exemption, the Saints had a two-week window to make a decision on Granderson.

Granderson was allowed to attend meetings and participate in practice during that time period.

The news came on the same day the Saints placed linebacker Alex Anzalone on injured reserve...
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Saints place Alex Anzalone on injured reserve

  • News source: Charean Williams
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The hits just keep on coming for the Saints.

According to the NFL’s transactions report, the team placed starting middle linebacker Alex Anzalone on injured reserve on the heels of quarterback Drew Brees‘ thumb injury.

Anzalone’s injury is unknown, but he had offseason shoulder surgery. He played only four games as a rookie, all starts, before going on injured reserve with a shoulder injury.

Anzalone made it through all 16 games last season, though he continued to...
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Saints place starting linebacker Anzalone on injured reserve

  • News source: CCS Staff
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Injuries made a bad day in Los Angeles even worse that the loss to the Rams for the New Orleans Saints.

Starting middle linebacker Alex Anzalone was placed on injured reserve Monday afternoon, multiple outlets report. The oft-injured third year pro may be able to return to the active roster later this year.

Anzalone missed most of the preseason with a shoulder injury before returning to start the season opener against the Texans but played sparingly against the...
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Saints LB Alex Anzalone placed on injured reserve; injury details not yet released

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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LOS ANGELES — One day after losing a painful and injury-riddled game to the Los Angeles Rams, the New Orleans Saints had another major loss.

The team placed starting middle linebacker Alex Anzalone on the injured reserve, according to the league's daily transactions report.

It is not yet known what specific injury Anzalone sustained, but he missed a significant chunk of the preseason due to a shoulder injury.

Anzalone only played on 18 snaps against the Rams, or...
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