New Orleans
Saints
Mercedes-Benz Superdome - New Orleans, LA


TEAM PERFORMANCE
  PPG PPG
AGAINST
TOTAL
OFFENSE
PASSING
OFFENSE
RUSHING
OFFENSE
TOTAL
DEFENSE
PASSING
DEFENSE
RUSHING
DEFENSE
New Orleans
Saints
14
(11th)
9
(3rd)
188
(16th)
85
(17th)
103
(4th)
327
(19th)
192
(13rd)
135
(17th)

STANDINGS - ALL-STAR EAST


TEAM W L T PCT PF PA NET HOME ROAD DIV PCT CONF PCT NON-
CONF
STREAK L5
Kansas City
Chiefs
1 0 0 1.000 24 20 4 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0.000 1-0-0 1.000 0-0-0 W1 1-0
New Orleans
Saints
1 0 0 1.000 14 9 5 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0.000 1-0-0 1.000 0-0-0 W1 1-0
San Francisco
49ers
1 0 0 1.000 26 0 26 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0-0 0.000 1-0-0 1.000 0-0-0 W1 1-0
Jacksonville
Jaguars
1 1 0 0.500 47 37 10 0-0-0 1-1-0 1-0-0 1.000 1-0-0 1.000 0-1-0 L1 1-1
Minnesota
Vikings
0 1 0 0.000 14 31 -17 0-0-0 0-1-0 0-1-0 0.000 0-1-0 0.000 0-0-0 L1 0-1


In a battle of this seasons irrelevant both teams played with reckless abandon just flinging the ball anywhere and everywhere. Saints came out on top due to 3 defensive tds on picks. Coach tide took a punt return to the house, and was beating up the Saints corners with Julio and C routes. After giving up like 600 yards to Julio we finally started taking the c routes away.

I believe this would have been a much different game for both coaches had they been playing for something, but think we are both ready for the next season / madden to drop. Good game Tide, see ya in m18.

LAST MODIFIED: Saturday July 15th, 2017 - 10:19 PM

Searching high and low for route combos to attack cover 6 and cover 4 we shot our selves in the foot more times than not by throwing directly at defenders. I don't think we read one coverage correctly. Honestly thought we were about to be blown out... we should have been with 7 Int. Felt like we threw 16 Int. Defense was solid mostly only giving up field goals even on several short fields. Special teams was hit or miss, missing a chip shot fg but returning a kick off for 80 yard TD.

Coach buccs didn't have to do much on offense as he could count on getting the ball right back from his defense as soon as we had it... never got the game to a point where he was forced to play offense. Good luck the last few games of m17 coach buccs ... till next time.

LAST MODIFIED: Friday July 7th, 2017 - 12:07 AM

Lack of execution / preparation led to sloppy game offensively with no coherent rushing attack. Really got outplayed on both sides of the ball. Some timely interceptions when we were threatening, and a sack fu,blue recovery were just too much to overcome. DMC reminded me what it's like to be able to pound the rock with CJ, the holes were opening up for for him the entire fame and seemingly was carrying or bouncing off defenders st wiill.

Coach DMC stuck with his game plan almost flawlessly and it paid off for a convincing win in this route. Good game DMC and best of luck the rest of the way.

LAST MODIFIED: Monday June 26th, 2017 - 5:23 PM

Coach OG proved once again coach Jdub does not have a clue on the offensive side of the ball in madden. OG was lurking all over the field and stuffing the run throughout. If not for a few mistakes by OG throwing into coverage this should have been a blow out by his potent offense. We were extremely lucky to only lose by a FG with his suffocating defense taking the ball away with ease.

We did get lucky and break 7 tackles with Ingram which allowed our running game to look somewhat effective, primarily due to one run that broke 56 yards due to perfect blocking. But this too is only fools gold as the other 13 carries only went for 33 yards. We have no answer for the defense of Coach OG other than a lucky block here and there.

The only positive to take away from this game from the Saints perspective is that we only have to face that defense once. We might be 0-10 if we played 10 more times. OG that was an impressive defensive effort. Your defense was not always in favorable positions yet you still responded like only a champion can.

Good luck on the rest of your season.

LAST MODIFIED: Thursday June 8th, 2017 - 6:33 PM

We came into this game with one plan, stop Rawls. While this plan was working and gave us a shot to win, it was a plan that was both assumptive and flawed.

The assumptions...

We could -as when we wanted to. We could pass when we wanted to. We could score when we needed to. Because of these assumptions we played way too conservative throughout, relying on .... waiting on... SF to make mistakes that we would capitalize on. While SF did make mistakes in this game we were not able to capitalize enough.

We were stubborn with our run game to a fault. It is quite embarrassing to dig into this game and realize that my running game finished with 55 yards yet we had a long TD run with Ingram for 59. Yep, you read that right.... try 16 carries for -4 yards for the entirety of the game.

Our game plan was flawed in that we should have been way more aggressive looking for points throughout the 2nd and 3rd quarters instead of being content with watching the clock run out and waiting in SF to fold under the pressure.

We were also quickly reminded that while we have amplified the defensive performance thus far, we left Chris and Talib in Denver. Twice our corners allowed the lightening in a bottle prayer bombs to get behind us. Only one resulted in any points at all but due to our lack of offense that's all it took for SF to steal a win on the road. Think about this... Our defense held the Seahawks passing game to 181 yards.... 140 of which came on these two prayer plays. What's sickening is we instructed in our defense to back off on the game winning TD, our corner was in a deep zone assignment and still.... still.... let the Richardson behind him. Not even the fastest wr on the field.

There are no moral victories, but coach SF exposed a limitation that we will be sure to learn from. SF gave us the L with his resilient Hawks, we will bounce back and look forward to matching up again down the road. Now our focus is shifted to another coach who is not afraid to heave prayers down the field often.

Hate the Loss Scar but enjoyed the game and matchup... good luck the rest of the way.

LAST MODIFIED: Sunday June 4th, 2017 - 12:48 PM
Pre-Season

Regular Season
1 9 Lions
Shadez
0 - 2 AT 1 - 0 Saints
CJBSHM
14
2 Vikings
oldfootballdude
0 - 1 AT 1 - 0 Saints
CJBSHM
3 Saints
CJBSHM
1 - 0 AT 1 - 0 Chiefs
StoneCold X
4 49ers
gpoo_dilly
1 - 0 AT 1 - 0 Saints
CJBSHM
5 Saints
CJBSHM
1 - 0 AT 1 - 1 Eagles
DA HEATER (aka Phillytwn)
6 Jaguars
DMcSchlabb78
1 - 1 AT 1 - 0 Saints
CJBSHM
7 Saints
CJBSHM
1 - 0 AT 0 - 2 Chargers
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8 Saints
CJBSHM
1 - 0 AT 0 - 1 Vikings
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9 Saints
CJBSHM
1 - 0 AT 1 - 0 Steelers
Skipwondah
10 Saints
CJBSHM
1 - 0 AT 1 - 0 49ers
gpoo_dilly
11 Saints
CJBSHM
1 - 0 AT 1 - 1 Bears
Clockworkman
12 Titans
Katt4289
0 - 1 AT 1 - 0 Saints
CJBSHM
13 Rams
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1 - 1 AT 1 - 0 Saints
CJBSHM
14 Seahawks
Scarface
0 - 0 AT 1 - 0 Saints
CJBSHM
15 Chiefs
StoneCold X
1 - 0 AT 1 - 0 Saints
CJBSHM
16 Saints
CJBSHM
1 - 0 AT 1 - 1 Jaguars
DMcSchlabb78

Post Season

Roster
# IMAGE NAME
DB 0 Champ
Bailey
DB 0 Delvin
Breaux
DL 0 Jay
Bromley
DB 0 Tony
Carter
LB 0 Audie
Cole
WR 0 Brandon
Coleman
DB 0 A.J.
Davis
LB 0 Jay
Elliott
DL 0 Nick
Fairley
DB 0 Cortland
Finnegan
TE 0 Coby
Fleener
DB 0 Terrence
Frederick
WR 0 Corey
Fuller
DB 0 Anthony
Gaitor
RB 0 Mike
Gillislee
TE 0 Clay
Harbor
DB 0 Roman
Harper
WR 0 Josh
Huff
DL 0 George
Johnson
DL 0 Jason
Jones
DB 0 Shiloh
Keo
RB 0 John
Kuhn
DB 0 Keenan
Lewis
LB 0 Michael
Mauti
DB 0 Robert
Nelson
DB 0 Chris
Owens
TE 0 John
Phillips
DB 0 Kenny
Phillips
DB 0 Jamarca
Sanford
QB 0 Tom
Savage
LB 0 Shayne
Skov
WR 0 Brandon
Tate
DB 0 Pierre
Warren
RB 0 Terrance
West
DB 0 Kyle
Wilson
DB 0 Ty
Zimmerman
WR 0 Malcome
Kennedy
LB 0 Hau'oli
Kikaha
DB 0 Travis
Manning
LB 0 Stephon
Sanders
DB 0 Damian
Swann
DB 0 Mykkele
Thompson
DL 0 Woodrow
Hamilton
DB 0 Darius
Hillary
WR 0 Tanner
McEvoy
QB 0 Griffin
Neal
DB 0 Jamal
Golden
0 De'Quan
Hampton
DB 0 Jimmy
Pruitt
LB 0 Darnell
Sankey
DB 0 Jeff
Schoettmer
WR 0 Jordan
Williams
LB 0 Adam
Bighill
0 Malik
Foreman
DB 0 Forrest
Hightower
DL 0 Jeremy
Liggins
DB 0 Bradley
Sylve
LB 0 Sae
Tautu
0 Jonathan
Walton
QB 0 J.T.
Barrett
LB 0 KeShun
Freeman
LB 0 Colton
Jumper
DB 0 Chris
Lammons
DL 0 Tomasi
Laulile
WR 0 Eldridge
Massington
DL 0 Henry
Mondeaux
RB 0 Boston
Scott
WR 0 Josh
Smith
K 3 Wil
Lutz
QB 5 Teddy
Bridgewater
QB 7 Taysom
Hill
QB 9 Drew
Brees
WR 10 Tre'Quan
Smith
WR 11 Tommylee
Lewis
WR 13 Michael
Thomas
WR 14 Travin
Dural
WR 18 Keith
Kirkwood
WR 19 Ted
Ginn
DB 20 Ken
Crawley
DB 21 Patrick
Robinson
RB 22 Mark
Ingram
DB 23 Marshon
Lattimore
DB 24 Vonn
Bell
DB 26 Josh
Robinson
DB 26 P.J.
Williams
DB 29 Kurt
Coleman
DB 31 Chris
Banjo
WR 34 Justin
Hardee
RB 35 Shane
Vereen
RB 36 Daniel
Lasco
RB 36 Dwayne
Washington
DB 39 Demetri
Goodson
RB 41 Alvin
Kamara
RB 42 Zach
Line
DB 43 Marcus
Williams
TE 45 Garrett
Griffin
DB 46 Rickey
Jefferson
LB 47 Alex
Anzalone
DB 48 J.T.
Gray
LB 51 Manti
Te'o
LB 52 Craig
Robertson
LB 53 A.J.
Klein
LB 56 Demario
Davis
DL 57 Alex
Okafor
LB 59 Vince
Biegel
DL 69 Alex
Jenkins
TE 69 Nate
Wozniak
DL 70 Mitchell
Loewen
DL 76 Tony
McDaniel
DL 76 Taylor
Stallworth
WR 80 Austin
Carr
WR 81 Cameron
Meredith
TE 82 Benjamin
Watson
TE 84 Michael
Hoomanawanui
WR 85 Dan
Arnold
TE 89 Josh
Hill
DL 91 Trey
Hendrickson
DL 92 Marcus
Davenport
DL 93 David
Onyemata
DL 94 Cameron
Jordan
DL 95 Tyeler
Davison
DL 98 Sheldon
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