By Brian Allee Walsh
Damn the pandemic, the heck with the NFL-mandated protocols, who needs preseason games, fans or no fans in the stands, it’s full steam ahead for the New Orleans Saints.
As the world swirls crazily around them, inside and outside the walls of their training facility in Metairie, Louisiana, the Black and Gold remains resolute in its quest for a second Lombardi Trophy.
Simply, it’s all or nothing.
“That’s it,’‘ Saints Pro Bowl left tackle Terron Armstead said. “There’s really not anything past that. It’s Super Bowl or bust. If we don’t get to the big dance, it’s failure of a season. That’s it.’‘
Come COVID-19 or high water, the Saints remain focused on their pre-coronavirus goal of winning Super Bowl LV the night of Feb. 7 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. ...
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