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The New Orleans Saints Story

Author : Larry Mack
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On All Saints Day in 1966, the New Orleans Saints became the NFLÕs sixteenth franchise. Enthusiastic fans showed their spirit by celebrating ÒMardi Gras in AutumnÓ at their home games. After Hurricane Katrina, the Saints came back stronger than ever and revived the cityÕs high spirits. Discover what it takes to persevere and succeed in this title for reluctant readers.

Tales from the New Orleans Saints Sideline

Author : Jeff Duncan
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Relive the Greatest Moments in Saints Football—Newly Updated! The New Orleans Saints own a rich history that reflects the unique character of their hometown—always colorful, sometimes sinful, and utterly unpredictable. In recent years, the Saints have shaken off their reputation as the NFL’s lovable Fleur de Losers and have risen to become a dangerous gridiron competitor once again. Despite the struggles of their early years, the Saints are adored and worshipped by their fans like few other teams in the league. Their diehard followers are resilient, passionate, and eternally optimistic. In this newly revised edition of Tales from the New Orleans Saints Sideline, author Jeff Duncan chronicles the flamboyant history of the franchise, its highs and lows, the great coaches and players, and the colorful characters that have made it one of the most interesting clubs in NFL history. Tales from the New Orleans Saints Sideline details the franchise’s journey from the bumbling early years under freewheeling owner John Mecom, through the misguided and madcap three seasons under Coach Mike Ditka, and the return to respectability under the wise Sean Payton. Primed and ready to achieve the glory that has thus far eluded them, the New Orleans Saints have hundreds of stories to be told, and thousands of moments to share. Now fans will relive all the greatest triumphs and most devastating defeats, and get the inside story from former Saints greats like Mora, Archie Manning, Morten Andersen, Pat Swilling, Drew Brees, and more. Without a doubt, Tales from the New Orleans Saints Sideline is a must-have for any football fan.

The Story of the New Orleans Saints

Author : Jim Whiting
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The black and gold are marching in! Through narrative nonfiction, timelines, and Fun Facts, readers will engage with the history and superstars of the New Orleans Saints like never before.

The New Orleans Saints Story

Author : Dan Fathow
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"Follow the Saints through their amazing 2009 run to the Super Bowl, and re-experience every game, relive every score, and savor every victory. Travel with the Saints on their long, often trying 42 years on the road to success. Compare the stats on every Saints quarterback. Who has the most yards, wins, and completions? Archie Manning, Drew Brees, Bobby Hebert, or Aaron Brooks? Find out which Saints coach has the best record and the most games. Sean Payton, Jim Mora, or Bum Phillips?"--P. [4] of cover.

The Story of the New Orleans Saints

Author : Sara Gilbert
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Presents the history of the New Orleans Saints, a professional football team, from its beginning in 1967 to the present.

New Orleans Saints

Author : William Meier
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This title examines the history of the New Orleans Saints, telling the story of the franchise and its top players, greatest games, and most thrilling moments. This book includes informative sidebars, high-energy photos, a timeline, a team file, and a glossary. SportsZone is an imprint of Abdo Publishing Company.

New Orleans Saints

Author : Brian Howell
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Provides information on the New Orleans Saints football team, including its formation in 1967, its most memorable players, and the 2009 Super Bowl championship.

Tales from the Saints Sideline

Author : Jeff Duncan
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Relates the noteable and not so well known stories of the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League's South conference.

Home Team

Author : Sean Payton
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The New York Times bestseller that's "heaven in hardcover" (New Orleans Times-Picayune) for Saints fans. In the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, no symbol of disaster was more potent than New Orleans' Superdome: it became a horrific shelter of last resort where the utterly desperate rode out the storm. Four years later, in that very stadium, the New Orleans Saints won the NFC championship and earned their first-ever trip to the Super Bowl, where they defeated the favored Indianapolis Colts 31-17. This is the inspirational true story of a city recovering from disaster and a team with a history of heartbreak, as seen through the eyes of the coach who would help elevate them both to long- forgotten greatness.

From Bags to Riches

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The inspiring story of the New Orleans Saints' 2009-2010 football season that culminated with the winning of the Super Bowl. The book explains how the struggling NFL team and the storm-weary people of New Orleans and the Gulf Coast lifted one another's spirits -- and fortunes -- in the post-Hurricane Katrina years, 2006 - 2010. The narrative is a study in contrasting moods, ranging from the depression and despair that come with being victims of the worst natural disaster in U.S. history, to the euphoria that accompanies the winning of the Super Bowl after 43 years of mostly losing seasons.

The New Orleans Saints

Author : Sloan MacRae
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Learn the history of NFL team the New Orleans Saints.

Drew Brees

Author : Michael Portman
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Profiles the life and accomplishments of the star quarterback who sent the New Orleans Saints to the Super Bowl in 2010.

Drew Brees

Author : Marty Gitlin
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Summarizes Drew Brees's life and football career and includes his work with charitable organizations.

Saints Superdome and the Scandal The

Author : Dixon, Dave
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All Saints Day

Author : Sean Patrick Doles
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"Inspired by true events, All Saints Day is a magical story about winning, losing, and the meaning of faith that will make you laugh, make you question your own beliefs, and make you take note of the tiny miracles surrounding us every day." -- from the publisher.

New Orleans Saints

Author : Jim Whiting
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"This high-interest history of the National Football League's New Orleans Saints highlights memorable games, summarizes seasonal triumphs and defeats, and features standout players such as Drew Brees"--

SHORT STORIES FROM THE STREET

Author : RNIGHT
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The YAT Language of New Orleans

Author : Ray Canatella
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This book is more than just a record of the New Orleans “YAT” language. It was written to provide the true history of why New Orleans speech and dialect are being called the YAT language and how it all began. Many have written about the YAT language, but no one ever mentions the “true” reason why the name YAT came to be applied to our New Orleans speech. The true story of how our speech and dialect came to be known as YAT began way back in 1950’s. The word YAT evolved through three decades then came into existence in the late 50’s and early 1960’s. This book will explain the true story of what happened in New Orleans that brought about the name YAT to describe our unique speech pattern and pronunciations of words, plus a fun dictionary of the YAT words we use. Why did it become popular throughout the United States and many parts of the world? Well, it was because THE NEW ORLEANS SAINTS football team and their loyal fans created the WHO DAT NATION by using the YAT lingo, when they would yell, “WHO DAT SAY DA GONNA BEAT DEM SAINTS, WHO DAT, WHO DAT.”

The Story File 1001 Contemporary Illustrations for Speakers Writers and Preachers

Author : Steve May
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This book and CD-ROM set includes contemporary, seeker-sensitive illustrations drawn from current sources--magazines, newspapers, sports, movies, today's headlines and more. Over 125 different categories of topics are included--from "Ability and Adversity" to "Values and Worry." The CD-ROM contains over 1,001 illustrations that can be sorted by category, topic, or scripture verse. It also provides a handy way to copy and paste content into other documents such as sermons, or lesson plans. Another helpful feature is that the "Add your own illustrations" function and the rating system for illustrations allows for the creation and expansion of a personalized story database. CD-ROM requires Windows 98, 95, NT, or later, 16 MB RAM, minimum 7MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive.

The New Orleans Saints

Author : Steve Potts
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Traces the history of the New Orleans Saints, looks at their star players, and recounts highlights from their best seasons