SaintBreesus.com: A Farcical Guide to the New Orleans Saints
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So as many of you know, the economy took Breesus to Atlanta. Here’s something that landed on my doorstep a couple nights ago. It’s a Papa John’s coupon, just letting me know that Papa’s in the House.
That’s sorta true. Papa IS in the house. Only, Papa isn’t Pizza. Papa is my man Drew Breezy, and the house is the Superdizzle, my nizzles.
Just look at this mega-ultra offer they’re willing to risk on the the dirty birds this week:
… Man. That’s a whole lot of potential toppings!
Lucky for Falcons fans that they get great deals on pizza. All Saints fans got was a Superbowl!
Enjoy the shots. Geaux Saints!
All 31 other teams have selected their first round picks. About a dozen of them are betting millions of dollars that they’re new guy will help them make it to the SuperBowl. Meanwhile, in the first time in franchise history, the Saints are drafting to defend a championship.
And with the 32nd pick in the draft, the Saints select Patrick Robinson, DB from Florida State University.
Oh snap. Last year’s most improved defense just got mo’ improved.
Take that, league.
With a valiant attempt to save their undefeated season, the New Orleans Saints fell short Saturday night. Dallas jumped out to an early lead, scoring 14 points on two straight possessions. Even though the Cowboys came out blazing with 14 points on their first two possessions, Saint Breesus and the boys kept fighting. After a great defensive stand, the Saints got on the scoreboard with a Garrett Harley field goal. Led by a Will Smith sack, our defense made some great plays against Romo and the Cowboys.
In the second half, with Dallas winning 24-3, Saint Breesus lead his chosen ones down the field for a score. On the next possession, the Saints defense stepped up big time, forcing Dallas to go three and out. That gave Saint Breesus the opportunity to drive the offense down the field for another touchdown. And although the Saints fell short in the end, we give Saint Breesus and the chosen ones props for a courageous fourth quarter effort.
YOU MUST BELIEVE!!! One loss does one put a damper on our season. This will ultimately make our team and city stronger believers. When faced with adversity Saint Breesus always finishes on top. He was sent down to New Orleans for a few reasons. One was to bring back the faith in the New Orleans Saints organization; two was to make the New Orleans community stronger. The third and most important reason was that Saint Breesus was sent to get his chosen ones to the ultimate dance in Miami on February 7th. For those of you with any doubts, Saint Breesus asks you to refer to Ecclasiastas 3:4, which says, “there is a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance.” The New Orleans Saints will go marching in that final dance on Superbowl Sunday.
While playing Detroit and Philly,
Saint Breesus rose above all.
The three teams from New York tried their best
but each did they fall. Miami’s Wildcat and Atlanta’s dirty birds gave valiant attempts,
and both were shot down.
This made us ask,
“Did Destiny bring Saint Breesus to town?”
Tampa and Carolina were the next laid to rest.
We embarrassed Tom Brady and the Patriots,
and then the world knew Saint Breesus was the best.
Washington couldn’t stop us with their hard-hitting “D”,
and we went to Atlanta to shoot the birds out of their tree.
The Cowboys came and went,
now it is no longer.
although an unfavorable outcome,
Saint Breesus is making New Orleans stronger.
Now I ask you,
“Do you believe?”
If so, here’s a prayer for Saint Breesus that we have retrieved.
Say it loud, proud, and with lots of noise.
And, don’t forget to scream “Bless You Boys!”
“Oh divine father in the heavens above,
please keep giving our Saints your faith and your love.
Keep them brave and injury free,
and shower us with parties after each victory.
Thank you always for keeping a watchful eye over us,
and for sending down your one and only Saint Breesus.
“BLESS YOU BOYS!”