Their whole mantra has been "win it for the hurricane victims!". Do you honestly think the hurricane victims give a fuck whether the Saints win or not? They lost their homes and loved ones, a damn Superbowl isn't going to fix any of that.
Yeah, to get to the point of what you just said, the NFL, the New Orleans Saints, and I'll even take this one step further, the City of New Orleans, have all been guilty of beating a long-since-dead horse. Hurricane Katrina happened almost seven years ago, and it's just time to move on, quit living in 2005, and come on into 2012. The Saints have been to two NFC Championship Games, won one, and have a Super Bowl championship to show for their efforts. I think that the City of New Orleans has been aided enough by the recent successes of the franchise, but after seven years of constantly bringing up Hurricane Katrina every game that they play, it's making me sick and tired of listening to the bullshit.
That horse has been beaten and resurrected so they can beat it again 50 times over at this point. I was actually a little shocked when they were talking a bout it during a Saints game I watched last season. Yes, it was horrible, but continuing to talk about it doesn't fix anything.
I don't know if this is more important for the saints or the packers.
Saints' Williams told Anthony Hargrove to 'play dumb' - NFL.com
He has been. I hope he's not allowed to come back after an appeal though.
Looks like Coach Williams is unhireable at this point in time.
I hope Hell remains frozen over.