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Arthritis Supplement Review Arthri-D Review Scam Or Miracle

Arthri-D Review

Arthritis Supplement Review Arthri-D Review Scam Or Miracle

Arthritis Supplement Review Arthri-D Review Scam Or Miracle

Arthri-D is a natural supplement that is advertised by the Arthri-D people as a product to provide arthritis and joint pain relief. When you point your browser to the Arthri-D sponsored website there are several claim stating what the product is supposed to do but what does it actually do? The is not enough information at this point, to support claims that Arthri-D can meet it’s claims.

Arthri-D Review is looking for information pro and con about the product.

Arthritis (from Greek arthro-, joint + -itis, inflammation; plural: arthritides) is a group of conditions involving damage to the joints of the body.

There are over 100 different forms of arthritis. The most common form, osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease) is a result of trauma to the joint, infection of the joint, or age. Other arthritis forms are rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, and related autoimmune diseases. Septic arthritis is caused by joint infection.

The major complaint by individuals who have arthritis is joint pain. Pain is often a constant and may be localized to the joint affected. The pain from arthritis occurs due to inflammation that occurs around the joint, damage to the joint from disease, daily wear and tear of joint, muscle strains caused by forceful movements against stiff, painful joints and fatigue.

Arthri-D claims it helps to regulate and control the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus. It also claims that Arthri-d aids in the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from the small intestine. The Arthri-D website makes the claim that it affects the rate at which these minerals form and maintain bone. The Product Description says Vitamin D helps regulate and control the metabolism of Calcium and Phosphorus by aiding in the absorption of these two minerals. The ingredients listed in Arthri-D are:
Vitamins C and D, NAG, Evening Primrose Oil, Magnesium, Yucca, Turmeric, Rice Flour, Boswella Serrata, Ashwagandha, Bromelain, Chondroitin, Green Lipped Muscle and Hyaluronic Acid

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New Orleans Fifth annual “Musical Louisiana” concert

New Orleans

 

New Orleans

New Orleans

Fifth annual “Musical Louisiana” concert showcases
works once performed by a 19th-century orchestra of free men of color
 

New Orleans

New Orleans

WHO:             The Historic New Orleans Collection and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
 
WHAT:           “Identity, History, Legacy: La Société Philharmonique,”
a concert with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
 
WHEN:           Thursday, February 10, 2011, 7:30 p.m.
                  ***Note:  An additional performance will be at Slidell High School Friday, February 11 at 7:30 p.m. ***
                  WHERE:        St. Louis Cathedral, Jackson Square, French Quarter New Orleans
 
HOW:             The concert at St. Louis Cathedral is free and open to the public, and no reservations are necessary. Seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
                        ***Tickets are required for the Northshore performance. Contact (504) 523-6530 or visit www.lpomusic.com  for more information. ***
 
WHY:              On Thursday, February 10, The Historic New Orleans Collection and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will present “Identity, History, Legacy: La Société Philharmonique,” the fifth installment of “Musical Louisiana: America’s Cultural Heritage.” The popular concert series and educational program examines an aspect of the state’s contributions to classical music each year. This year’s program is presented in conjunction with The Collection’s exhibition, In Search of Julien Hudson: Free Artist of Color in Pre–Civil War New Orleans, and the 16th annual Williams Research Center Symposium, “Identity, History, Legacy:  Free People of Color in Louisiana.”
The 2011 concert will feature music that was performed by La Société Philharmonique, a mid-19th century orchestra composed of free men of color in New Orleans. Under the direction of conductor Thomas Wilkins, musical highlights include Rossini’s Overture to Semiramide, Alard’s La Traviata (Fantasy for Violin and Piano, op. 38), and Verdi’s “Caro nome” from Rigoletto. Following a typical program of this orchestra and its contemporaries, a dramatic reading will also be presented—Victor Séjour’s “La Retour de Napoléon (The Return of Napoleon).”
Along with the exhibition, the symposium and concert will explore the impact of this important and long understudied population.
This project has been made possible by the National Endowment for the Arts as part of American Masterpieces: Three Centuries of Artistic Genius. Additional support comes from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities and the Hotel Monteleone.
About The Historic New Orleans Collection
Founded in 1966, The Historic New Orleans Collection is a museum, research center and publisher dedicated to the study and preservation of the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South region. For more information about The Historic New Orleans Collection, please visit www.hnoc.org or call (504) 523-4662.
 
About the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, founded in 1991 by musicians from the former New Orleans Symphony, is the only musician-owned and collaboratively managed professional symphony in the United States. For more information, visit www.lpomusic.com or call (504) 523-6530.
 
Editor’s Note
Images pertaining to this performance and the event’s featured artists are available to members of the media. Please contact Lauren Noel at laurenn@hnoc.org or (504) 556-7655 to make a request.

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New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast 01 27 11

 

New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast

New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast

New Orleans weather 10 day forecast

Welcome to Who Dat? Do Dat! New Orleans weather 10 day forecast! This is your New Orleans weather 10 day forecast. It will be updated daily. The New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is a valuable tool for planning all of your New Orleans outings. While you are here in NOLA there are plenty of people to see, places to go and things to do and the New Orleans weather 10 day forecast will come in very handy. The weather in New Orleans changes day to day. This is because of the city’s proximity to water. This is one of the reasons the New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is so valuable if you are traveling to New Orleans. Don’t miss any of them. Make sure you are not caught unawares. Be prepared for the Louisiana weather changes. Quick and convenient, just check here before you make your plans for the day!

High /
Low (°F)
Precip. %
Today
Jan 27
Partly Cloudy 59°/42° 10 %
Fri
Jan 28
Sunny 64°/45° 0 %
Sat
Jan 29
Partly Cloudy 66°/48° 10 %
Sun
Jan 30
Scattered T-Storms 63°/52° 40 %
Mon
Jan 31
Few Showers 68°/52° 30 %
Tue
Feb 01
Scattered T-Storms 61°/45° 50 %
Wed
Feb 02
Partly Cloudy 56°/39° 10 %
Thu
Feb 03
Sunny 56°/39° 0 %
Fri
Feb 04
Sunny 59°/45° 0 %
Sat
Feb 05
Partly Cloudy 60°/45° 10 %

 Good Morning Nola!  It’s a busy day for me.  Lots to do today. It’s cold this morning but it is only partly cloudy.  You will need jackets and coats first thing but for you hot blooded people you will probably be carrying them by lunch time. It will be a gradual warming up today with highs in the upper fifties. We just might edge over but I don’t think we will see sixty degrees.  Lows for this evening will drop back into the forties with a ten percent chance of rain.  More sun expected for tomorrow and I can’t wait. I will be outside and much prefer a sunny day to the cold and damp days we’ve seen lately. We need to enjoy the next couple of days.  Take care of your outside activities before the rain turns up again on Sunday.  Have a great Thursday and I’ll see you in NOLA! 

Sharon Denise Talbot

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New Orleans Weather 10 day forecast


New Orleans Saints Off Season Update Quarterbacks

New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints Offseason Update Quarterbacks

New Orleans Saints Offseason Update Quarterbacks

There is no one who thinks Drew Brees is not currently ranked in the top tier of quarterbacks in the NFL. This post is not questioning whether or not Drew Brees should be the starting quarterback for the New Orleans Saints next year. The question that should be asked is who should be the quarterback of the future and the current backup quarterback for the New Orleans Saints.

Is Chase Daniel the quarterback of the future for the New Orleans Saints? This is a question that needs to be asked. Drew Brees has done a fantastic job for the New Orleans Saints. Still he is not immortal. There will be some point when Drew Brees will retire or become injured and will not be able to play for a period. So can Chase Daniel step in and fill Drew Brees shoes as the quarterback for the New Orleans Saints even for a little while. There is not enough evidence to give a quality answer. Daniel played the position for the New Orleans Saints in the preseason. His rating was 89.7 which is not bad unless you take into account he was probably playing against second and third stringers.

So if I’m the New Orleans Saints I would look for a little insurance and I should be prepared if a quality quarterback falls into my draft pick.

The draft this year has several quarterbacks who would be mid round selections. There will also be some who will fall through the draft into free agency. The means that the New Orleans Saints can wait until after they take care of more pressing needs before they look at the available quarterbacks. This is not a pressing need but more of a long term need, that if quality falls in your lap you have to be prepared.

Next we will take a look at the wide receiver position for the New Orleans Saints.

New Orleans Saints


Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees visits the Walt Disney World

Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees

Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees

Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees

The Magic Kingdom Philharmonic Band came marching down Main Street, U.S.A., this morning behind New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees. He was riding in a pewter convertible with Mickey Mouse, waving to cheering fans. But he earned the ride and the adulation Sunday night by marching the Saints to a 31-17 victory over the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV in Miami. The New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl in 2010. They had never made it to the final game of the NFL season in their history.

Drew Brees has been selected to the Pro Bowl five times in his career – with the Chargers in 2004 and the Saints in 2006, 2008, 2009, and 2010. Drew Brees was named the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year in 2004, the Offensive Player of the Year in 2008, and the MVP of Super Bowl XLIV. Drew Brees was also selected by voters to appear on the cover of Electronic Arts’ Madden NFL 11. Sports Illustrated named Drew Brees as its 2010 Sportsman of the Year.

Drew Brees joined the New Orleans Saints after the Chargers refused to increase their offer, Drew Brees met with other teams. The New Orleans Saints and the Miami Dolphins were interested. New Orleans made an offer that included $10 million in guaranteed money the first year and a $12 million option the second year. Miami was unsure if Drew Brees’ shoulder was completely healed and did not offer the money Drew Brees was seeking. The Dolphins ended negotiations and traded for Minnesota Vikings QB Daunte Culpepper instead. Drew Brees signed a 6-year, $60 million deal with the Saints on March 14, 2006.

Drew Brees has embraced the city of New Orleans and the city has embraced Drew Brees. This is a love affair that could last for several years.

Drew Brees was voted the MVP in his first Super Bowl.

Drew Brees

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The Question To Ask Is Arthri-d a Miracle or Scam

Arthri-d

Arthritis pain

Arthritis pain

Are you one of the millions of arthritis sufferers? Do you spend your days hoping for a medical miracle to provide relief take the arthritis and joint pain away? Then you are not alone. Many people who suffer with arthritis and joint pain wish for a miracle. There are numerous products on the market that make claims to help people with arthritis and joint pain. Arthri-d is a natural product that has come on the market. It uses some of the same marketing techniques as Xtend, Lipozene and others. They create a word that is similar to the disease or aliment they are supposed to treat.

Arthri-d has not been tested by the FDA but has received mixed reviews.

It is claimed to be a miracle drug by some and a scam by others. Consult your doctor, do your research and make your own decision as to whether Arthri-d is right for you.

Arthri-d


New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast 01 18 11

New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast 

Welcome to Who Dat? Do Dat! New Orleans weather 10 day forecast!  This is your New Orleans weather 10 day forecast. It will be updated daily. The New Orleans weather 10 day forecast is a valuable tool for planning all of your New Orleans outings.    While you are here in NOLA there are plenty of people to see, places to go and things to do.  Don’t miss any of them. Make sure you are not caught unawares. Be prepared for the Louisiana weather changes. Quick and convenient, just check here before you make your plans for the day!

High /
Low (°F)
Precip. %
Today
Jan 18
Showers 64°/46° 60 %
Wed
Jan 19
Sunny 61°/51° 10 %
Thu
Jan 20
Isolated T-Storms 64°/40° 30 %
Fri
Jan 21
AM Clouds / PM Sun 49°/34° 10 %
Sat
Jan 22
Sunny 52°/36° 0 %
Sun
Jan 23
Sunny 56°/44° 0 %
Mon
Jan 24
Partly Cloudy 61°/48° 20 %
Tue
Jan 25
Showers 60°/46° 40 %
Wed
Jan 26
Showers 61°/42° 30 %
Thu
Jan 27
AM Clouds / PM Sun 58°/42° 20 %

Good Morning NOLA!  That same old sixty percent chance of rain is hanging over our heads.  You know the drill.  Keep the umbrella handy and I would suggest rain appropriate foot gear for today.   A light jacket or sweater will work for those of you that are a little cold natured or that really feel the dampness. The high is sixy four, so another damp day in store. The good news is the forecast for tomorrow shows a beautiful sunny day with only a chance of isolated showers for Thursday.  The weekend looks good and will be here quick with this short work week for some of you.  Enjoy your day and I’ll see you in NOLA!

New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast 

New Orleans Weather 10 Day Forecast 


New Orleans Saints Offseason Update Running Backs

New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints Offseason Update Running Backs

New Orleans Saints Offseason Update Running Backs

During the next days and weeks I’m going to look at the New Orleans Saints team as a whole and what I think the status of each position is and what direction I think the team should take. I’m going to start with the running backs position for the New Orleans Saints.

The big question is Reggie Bush, and will he stay. That is a question that got some clarity added to it this week. Reggie Bush made it clear this week that he is willing to restructure his 2011 contract with the New Orleans Saints. Since Reggie Bush is scheduled to make $11.8 million as a base salary in 2011 that is a good thing for Reggie Bush and the New Orleans Saints.  Here are Reggie Bush’s stats with the New Orleans Saints

Rushing

Year       G   Att   Att/G    Yds         Avg        Yds/G    TD           Lng         1st          1st%      20+         40+         FUM

2010       8    36     4.5          150         4.2          18.8        0              23           6              16.7        1              0              0

2009       14  70     5.0          390         5.6          27.9        5              55           19           27.1        2              1              2

2008       10 106   10.6        404         3.8          40.4        2              43           20           18.9        4              1              2

2007       12 157   13.1        581         3.7          48.4        4              22           32           20.4        3              0              7

2006       16 155   9.7          565         3.6          35.3        6              18           27           17.4        0              0              2

TOTAL   60 524   8.7          2,090     4.0          34.8        17           55           104         19.8        10           2              13

Receiving

Year       G             Rec         Yds         Avg        Yds/G    Lng         TD           20+         40+         1st          FUM

2010       8              34           208         6.1          26.0        20           1              2              0              10           0

2009       14           47           335         7.1          23.9        29           3              3              0              16           0

2008       10           52           440         8.5          44.0        42T         4              5              1              22           1

2007       12           73           417         5.7          34.8        25           2              1              0              24           0

2006       16           88           742         8.4          46.4        74           2              5              2              32           0

TOTAL   60           294         2,142     7.3          35.7        74           12           16           3              104         1

Punt Return

Year       G             Ret         RetY       Avg        Lng         TD           20+         40+         FC           FUM

2010       8              14           92           6.6          43           0              1              1              2              2

2009       14           27           130         4.8          23           0              2              0              9              2

2008       10           20           270         13.5        71T         3              4              3              3              0

2007       12           3              12           4.0          10           0              0              0              0              1

2006       16           28           216         7.7          65T         1              3              1              2              0

TOTAL   60           92           720         7.8          71           4              10           5              16           5

Reggie Bush has not had played a full season for the New Orleans Saints since 2006.

This does not say a lot for his durability. Reggie Bush is a great asset as a decoy, a receiver out of the backfield and a return man for the New Orleans Saints. That however does not mean he is worth an $11.8 million hit. Reggie Bush said ”I’m open to whatever is going to help me stay here.”  This means that Reggie Bush realizes he is not going to get that type of money anywhere else. He is not a durable back and will not fit into every system out there. Still if you watch when he is on the field, he usually occupies two defenders when he moves to the slot as a receiver. This opens up opportunities for Drew Brees in the passing game. But is Reggie Bush our best option to continue at running back? That depends on who much he costs. In my opinion he should be paid like other specialists. The other thing is he is not our only running back. Let’s take a look at Pierre Thomas.

Pierre Thomas had a difficult season with the New Orleans Saints in 2010. He hurt his ankle in week 3. In hindsight he probably should have sat and rested until the playoffs. As always hindsight is 20/20. The rumors of trade talks never materialized. Thomas stayed and now with the collective bargaining agreement up in the air so really is his status as a free agent. Here is what Thomas has done for the New Orleans Saints over his career:

Rushing

Year       G   Att   Att/G    Yds         Avg        Yds/G    TD           Lng         1st          1st%      20+         40+         FUM

2010       6     83    13.8        269         3.2          44.8        2              16           19           22.9        0              0              0

2009       14  147 10.5        793         5.4          56.6        6              34T         36           24.5        7              0              1

2008       15  129 8.6          625         4.8          41.7        9              42T         43           33.3        3              1              1

2007       12   52    4.3          252         4.8          21.0        1              24T         15           28.8        1              0              0

TOTAL   47  411 8.7          1,939     4.7          41.3        18           42           113         27.5        11           1              2

Receiving

Year       G             Rec         Yds         Avg        Yds/G    Lng         TD           20+         40+         1st          FUM

2010       6              29           201         6.9          33.5        23           0              2              0              9              0

2009       14           39           302         7.7          21.6        36           2              3              0              12           1

2008       15           31           284         9.2          18.9        24           3              3              0              15           0

2007       12           17           151         8.9          12.6        17           1              0              0              9              0

TOTAL   47           116         938         8.1          20.0        36           6              8              0              45           1

Kick Return

Year       G             Ret         Yds         Avg        Lng         TD           20+         40+         FC           FUM

2010       6              7              154         22.0        32           0              5              0              0              0

2009       14           1              19           19.0        19           0              0              0              0              0

2008       15           31           793         25.6        88           0              20           3              0              0

2007       12           36           865         24.0        64           0              31           1              0              0

TOTAL   47           75           1,831     24.4        88           0              56           4              0              0

The stats are not bad for 2009. Thomas was a work horse for the New Orleans Saints. When he is healthy he can do the job. The question is how severe the injury to his ankle is, will it require surgery and if so what are the prospects after rehab. Based on current reports, surgery seems likely.

Thomas said he has been told that surgery is likely. But he’s hoping that Anderson might prescribe rest. Either way, Thomas said he’s just eager to have a final verdict on what’s wrong and how it can get better. This will affect Thomas’s chances as a free agent. There are times where the free agent market is not as impressed with the player is with himself. Two examples are, Moore and Sharper who found out that the New Orleans Saints were really their best option.

There is also Chris Ivory:

Rushing

Year       G   Att   Att/G    Yds         Avg        Yds/G    TD           Lng         1st          1st%      20+         40+         FUM

2010       12 137   11.4        716         5.2          59.7        5              55T         44           32.1        5              1              4

TOTAL   12 137   11.4        716         5.2          59.7        5              55           44           32.1        5              1              4

Ivory ended the season on injured reserve with a Lisfranc injury to his foot which is a very serious injury for a running back. This is going to require surgery and a six month rehab so Ivory will not be 100% for training camp. This is the type of injury that could cause problems even after the surgery and only time will tell.

So what happens from here? The New Orleans Saints have learned that there are some great running backs in the lower rounds and in undrafted free agents. The New Orleans Saints have Lynell Hamilton, P.J. Hill, Joique Bell, and Deshawn Wynn who are all under 5 years in the league and could step up and fill a role. So while this is an area of concern, I would not spend a high round draft pick on a running back. Next we are going to take a look at the quarterback position for the New Orleans Saints.

New Orleans Saints


What Is Arthri-d a Miracle or Scam?

Arthri-d

arthri-d  arthritis and joint pain

arthri-d arthritis and joint pain

Do you suffer from arthritis and joint pain? Then you probably hope each day for a medical miracle that will help relieve the pain. If so you are just one of many people who suffer with arthritis and joint pain. There are numerous products available that claim to help people with arthritis and joint pain. Arthri-d is a natural product that has come on the market. This product has not been tested by the FDA but has received mixed reviews. It is claimed to be a miracle drug by some and a scam by others. Arthri-d takes the approach of many other products. Arthri-d pushes marketing over substance. There are things you can do to help reduce or eliminate arthritis or joint pain.  Do not allow a good marketing campaign to talk you into wasting money on something that is not going to solve your arthritis and joint pain problem. Consult your doctor, do your research and make your own decision as to whether Arthri-d is right for you.

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New Orleans Saints Lose Playoff Game Super Bowl Canceled

New Orleans Saints

New Orleans Saints lose to Seahawks

New Orleans Saints lose to Seahawks

Ok the above is only partially true. The New Orleans Saints did lose to the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday. They are not going to cancel the Super Bowl, even though it is really is pointless since the New Orleans Saints are not going to be in it. This does however bring us to the point of WHAT HAPPENED?

First, if you look back this really was an amazing year for the New Orleans Saints after all they went through. During the season, we had numerous starters at the running back and defensive back positions out. This continued into the wildcard playoff game with the Seahawks. When you are not able to run the ball and have a hard time defending the pass well you end up losing 41-36 to the 7-9 Seahawks. This is not meant to be disparaging against the Seahawks. They won the game and took advantage of our weaknesses. Still the coaches and the team did a hell of a job all things considered.

Second, when you are the Super Bowl Champs you are in everyone’s crosshairs. Since 1967, only 8 times has a team repeated as champs in back to back years. When you look at those teams, they could arguably be ranked as some of the greatest of all time. The New Orleans Saints knew that at the start of this year and that just goes with the territory.

New Orleans Saints Roster Needs 2011

So now where does that leave the New Orleans Saints for next year?  The New Orleans Saints ended the season with 12 players on Injured Reserve. Four of those were starters at some point in the season. They also had another 4 players that were out for the game against the Seahawks who would have had an impact had they been able to play. If all of the players on IR or who were injured come back the New Orleans Saints will be loaded at running back and defensive back positions. So even though those were the positions that hurt the New Orleans Saints as a result of injuries, they are probably not the most pressing areas of need. Here is a list of players who will be over 8 years experience when the season starts in 2011:

Kyle, Jason                         LS            16

Sharper, Darren                FS           14

Prioleau, Pierson              SS           12

Clark, Danny                      OLB        11

Evans, Heath                     FB           10

Brees, Drew                      QB          10

Shockey, Jeremy              TE           9

Betts, Ladell                      RB           9

Brown, Alex                      DE           9

Goodwin, Jonathan        C             9

Stinchcomb, Jonathan   T              8

Shanle, Scott                      OLB        8

Wilkerson, Jimmy            DE           8

Mitchell, Kawika               OLB        8

When you look at this list it becomes obvious where the New Orleans Saints need to start looking. The areas of Long Snapper / Center, Quarterback and Defensive End stand out in my mind. These are areas that would need to be addressed via the draft or free agency.

No one is saying we need to replace Drew Brees today. However, we should have someone in the wings who is learning the offense and studying under him to step up in the event he gets hurt. Is Chase Daniel that person? I haven’t seen enough to say if he is or is not at this point. During the preseason, Daniels threw 4 TDs and 3 INTs. That is a concern for me. His rating of 89.7 is not bad, but again not enough info. His rating is 35th in rank but he did not throw enough passes to qualify, 14 per game, in the actual rankings.

The area of center and offensive line comes next. If Drew Brees is going to be able to continue as the QB for the New Orleans Saints he needs to be protected. Brees was sacked 25 times in 2010 which is 5 more times than in 2009. It is not good for a QB to get sacked more times as he ages. This could be as a result of the running game suffering; however the running game starts with the line. The old Denver Broncos are an example of a team that used to have a running game no matter who you had at running back. The New Orleans Saints should be in the same position.

Last but not least on the list is defensive line. We are going to need to look at someone to replace Alex Brown and down the road Will Smith. This is not something that is pressing today but if these guys went down where would we be. The other thing is if we are getting pressure then having a shortage of defensive backs, to a certain extent, is not as big a deal.

Having said all of the above, the New Orleans Saints had a good year. We got spoiled with last year’s success. The New Orleans Saints will be contenders again in 2011 and with just a few tweaks and breaks going their way will be right back in Super Bowl contention.

WHO DAT!

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