I want to visit Nola in a month for a anniversery and I want to make sure it’s up and running so it would be worth my time. Also, any attractions/restaurants that I should experience? Thanks
I was there in November and yes, it is up and running! The people is warm and nice, and the food is wonderful. I was there on a convention, so I did not have too much time to tour around, but the French Quarter is beautiful and it was not affected by the hurricane. Have fun and support Nola!
The Saints finally received their XLIV rings in a ceremony at the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. The ring was created by Tiffany & Co, which also made their Lombardi Trophy, and was designed by a committee representing players, coaches and ownership.
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Im trying to make quick money and this is the only way I know how. But just how much money a night would I be taking home?
depends on the tips and what’s in town.
if it’s really slow you could end up with zip, if it’s a big party crowd sky is the limit.
but be aware it’s a tough job and not for the faint of heart.
how are your feet? you’ll be on them a lot
The New Orleans Saints are playing the Arizona Cardinals in the Mercedes Super Dome. The New Orleans Saints are trying to go 3 – 0. This article “New Orleans Saints Update Saints vs Cardinals 09 22 2013 Game Preview” takes a look at this match up. There are additional links below to look the match up between the New Orleans Saints and the Arizona Cardinals.
The New Orleans Saints are off to a much better start than last season. The offense is not having to carry the entire load because the defense is much improved. This week the New Orleans Saints are taking on the Arizona Cardinals in an inter-conference match in the Mercedes Superdome. This is the 27th time these teams have met with Arizona holding a 14 – 12 edge. The New Orleans Saints are coming off a last second win against the Tampa Bay Bucs and the Arizona Cardinals got their first win of the season against the Detroit Lions.
New Orleans Saints Update Saints vs Cardinals 09 22 2013 Game Preview – New Orleans Saints Offense
The 2013 version of the New Orleans Saints looks a little different statistically than some of the past versions. The New Orleans Saints are ranked 9th offensively in the NFL. The New Orleans Saints offense is 19.5 points per game. That is what they used to average almost every half. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know something is not working. The wheels on the running game are the problem. The 2013 New Orleans Saints are averaging a paltry 76.5 yards per game at this point in the young season. Short yardage is an area the the New Orleans Saints are lacking. Mark Ingram has to step up and put his head down and move the pile. The offensive line has to also do a much better job in run blocking. When after two games you are 1 – 7 in the red zone then you have some problems. Drew Brees has been able to save the day because he spreads the ball around and his receivers respond. The problem is if you become too one dimensional teams will find a way to shut you down.
New Orleans Saints Update Saints vs Cardinals 09 22 2013 Game Preview – Arizona Cardinals Defense
The Arizona Cardinals are a defensive that is full of talent, including Cornerback Patrick Peterson, Cornerback Tyrann Mathieu and Linebacker Kevin Minter all former LSU standouts. Linebacker Daryl Washington is still suspended and will be missed since he was the team sack leader in 2012. The Arizona Cardinals are ranked 21st against the pass and 2nd against the rush. This means the New Orleans Saints are going to be tempted to continue to do what they have done best so far this season. pass! Still even though Brees and Payton are going to have to account for the opportunistic Arizona Cardinals the Arizona Cardinals are going to have a hard time accounting for all of the New Orleans Saints receivers mainly Tight End Jimmy Graham.
New Orleans Saints Update Saints vs Cardinals 09 22 2013 Game Preview – New Orleans Saints Defense
I’m sure if you would have told most people prior to the beginning of the 2013 season that the New Orleans Saints defense would be ranked 11th and that they would have to save the skin of the New Orleans Saints offense in the first two game you would have gotten a “Are you CRAZY” look. Still that has been the case.
This year under Rob Ryan the New Orleans Saints have given up the 6th fewest points (31) and are ranked 11th in yards (610) this season. The New Orleans Saints have also produced 4 sacks and 4 turnovers a huge improvement over last year.
The New Orleans Saints defense has overcome turnovers at key times by the New Orleans Saints offense. The New Orleans Saints defense is playing with much more passion and is getting turnovers and sacks without having to rely on the blitz. Still the New Orleans Saints defense could have their hands full with the pass and catch duo of Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald if Fitzgerald is able to play at 100% in Sunday’s contest.
Cameron Jordan has stepped his game up and has become a dominant force on the D line.
New Orleans Saints Update Saints vs Cardinals 09 22 2013 Game Preview – Arizona Cardinals Offense
With the addition of Carson Palmer to pair with Larry Fitzgerald the Arizona Cardinals hoped to improve their offense. The Arizona Cardinals are currently ranked a respectable 13th on offense. Larry Fitzgerald leads the NFL in TDs since 2006. Add the sometimes wrinkle of using Patrick Peterson on offense and you have an offense that can be a hand full for any defense.
Rashard Mendenhall may start but is listed as questionable with a toe injury. It is likely that the New Orleans Saints will see a big dose of Andre Ellington.
New Orleans Saints Update Saints vs Cardinals 09 22 2013 Game Preview – Special Teams
The New Orleans Saints have excellent special teams groups. Garret Hartley won the game for the New Orleans Saints and has been solid all year. Thomas Morstead has been dominant all year long and has helped save the offense when it has performed poorly and allow the defense to start with an advantage when they have to come on the field.
New Orleans Saints Update Saints vs Cardinals 09 22 2013 Game Preview – Injury Report
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Jahri Evans G Questionable, Roman Harper S Out, Curtis Lofton LB Probable, Glenn Foster DE Questionable, Isa Abdul-Quddus S Out, Junior Galette LB Probable, Zach Strief T Probable, Brodrick Bunkley DT Questionable, Marques Colston WR Probable, Mark Ingram RB Questionable, Martez Wilson LB Probable, Tom Johnson DE Questionable, Akiem Hicks DE Probable, Jabari Greer CB Probable, Tyrunn Walker DT Questionable
Lorenzo Alexander LB Probable, Larry Fitzgerald WR Questionable, Ronald Talley DE Probable, Rob Housler TE Probable, Rashard Mendenhall RB Questionable, Kevin Minter LB Out
New Orleans Saints Update Saints vs Cardinals 09 22 2013 Game Preview – Outlook
The New Orleans Saints defense is heading in the right direction for a good if not great season. While the Arizona Cardinals offense has looked good at times it is not great. With Larry Fitzgerald not at 100% that lowers their chances.
The New Orleans Saints offense needs to get back to being able to score points in the red zone and today should be the day. The New Orleans Saints should move to 3 – 0 with a New Orleans Saints 31 Arizona Cardinals 21 win
We’re on a budget of $1200 all together.
Ages: 19,18,17,15. All girls.
A hotel for a week
Lots of tourist attractions
Lots and Lots of food!!!!!
We don’t want to leave anyone out.
We need a hotel that allows 18 year olds to check in alone.
Any and all ideas are appreciated.
The Royal Street Courtyard hotel is a boutique hotel with hot-tub and beautiful gardens, authentic french quarter style rooms and really friendly. It’s run by a guy called Phil who is fantastic. I live in London but have been there three times in the last four years. There is a big suite at the top that would sleep you all for much less than $1200.
New Orleans is one of my favourite cities. I can recommend hanging out on Frenchman’s Street – it’s where the best real bars and clubs are – forget Bourbon street.
There’s also an African restaurant on Royal Street, near the hotel just into the French quarter that does the best food I’ve ever tasted.
Have fun. I wish I was back there now!
any attractions there? historical places , any other architectural magnificent buildings that can be more interesting
hi there,only a link for you with attractions, and a map for directions..
NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch
This article “NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch” is a look at the divisional playoff game between the New Orleans Saints and The Seattle Seahawks. There are additional links to team sites for those who want to get into the nitty gritty details.
NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch
The New Orleans Saints surprised plenty of people, including the Philadelphia Eagles, with their win in the Wildcard round of the NFL Playoffs. The thing that surprised a lot of people is the way that the New Orleans Saints beat the Philadelphia Eagles, with the running game. Most analysts felt that the New Orleans Saints would have to beat the elements to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles with their air attack. So now the question is not only CAN the New Orleans Saints defeat the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle but HOW would they be able to do it?
NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch – Regular Season Rewind
The last time the New Orleans Saints and the Seattle Seahawks met in a “Monday Night Football” prime time contest it was not much of a contest. The Seattle Seahawks dominated the contest beating the New Orleans Saints 34 – 7 in a way the caused many analysts to call the Seattle Seahawks the best team in the NFC and maybe in the NFL.
So now the question is, can the New Orleans Saints play the way they did against the Philadelphia Eagles and pull the upset or will the season end for the New Orleans Saints? Let’s break this matchup down.
NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch – Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks QB Versus The New Orleans Saints Pass Defense
In the Monday night matchup, Russell Wilson had his way with the New Orleans Saints defensive backs and linebackers playing coverage. Russell Wilson threw for 310 yards, going 22 out of 30 with 3 TDs and ZERO interceptions. The final slap in the face for the New Orleans Saints was that Russel Wilson was the leading rusher by gaining an additional forty-seven yards on the ground.
The New Orleans Saints got some good news today when it was revealed that Keenan Lewis will be on the field for the game against the Seattle Seahawks. Keenan Lewis had a concussion in the game against the Philadelphia Eagles and was not allowed to finish the game. This impacted the New Orleans Saints ability to stop the Philadelphia Eagles passing game. Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan attributed the poor performance to mental mistakes that will not be repeated in Saturday’s contest.
While the New Orleans Saints pass defense was ranked 4th in the NFL with forty-nine sacks it will have its’ hands full against Russell Wilson. The New Orleans Saints pass defense was impacted by their lack of ability to pressure Russell Wilson in the last contest. For this reason, until proven otherwise, the plus will go to the Seattle Seahawks. The flow of the game would change of the New Orleans Saints can adjust.
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NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch – Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints QB Versus The Seattle Seahawks Pass Defense
The Seattle Seahawks had probably the best defense in the entire NFL during the regular season. Still the Seattle Seahawks defensive unit faltered against three teams. For Drew Brees to be successful the running game will have to work. We will discuss that later but with a good running game the New Orleans Saints will be able to wear the Seattle Seahawks down and open up the play action pass.
Drew Brees must also avoid turnovers. The Seattle Seahawks have won the turnover battle in their victories including the one against the New Orleans Saints in their first meeting. The New Orleans Saints need to exploit the aggressiveness of the Seattle Seahawks defensive backs. Richard Sherman is the best cornerback on the Seattle Seahawks team but he can be beat. The Indianapolis Colts proved that it could be done.
The New Orleans Saints need to run more complex formations and pass routes. They will also need to take shots downfield at selective times utilizing Kenny Stills and Robert Meachem. This can be done using double moves to take advantage of the aggressiveness of the Seattle Seahawks defensive backs.
The Seattle Seahawks pass defense is their strength but so is the passing game of the New Orleans Saints. This is an area that the New Orleans Saints should improve in and win in this contest.
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NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch – Seattle Seahawks Running Game Versus The New Orleans Saints Run Defense
In the last contest, the New Orleans Saints contained all of the running backs for the Seattle Seahawks but could not stop QB Russell Wilson at key times. The solution is simple, make Russell Wilson run but not allow him to run past the line of scrimmage. Stopping the Seattle Seahawks passing game and containing Russell Wilson will accomplish the goal. The New Orleans Saints will have to watch for times when Russell Wilson would run and make sure someone is spying the Seattle Seahawks QB. Chances are this job will fall to New Orleans middle linebacker Curtis Lofton.
When the Seattle Seahawks could rely on Marshawn Lynch they could control games. This has changed in the month of December causing the Seattle Seahawks to drop to 3 – 2 in the last month of the regular season, including one loss at home. Marshawn Lynch was averaging 5.2 yards per carry in November and that dropped to 3.6 in December. This part of the Seattle Seahawks is moving in the wrong direction for them at this time.
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NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch – New Orleans Saints Running Game Versus Seattle Seahawks Run Defense
Before the last playoff game against the Philadelphia Eagles, the nod would have gone toe Seattle, but now not so fast. Mark Ingram, Khiry Robinson and Darren Sproles of the New Orleans Saints running attack surprised the Philadelphia Eagles along with the rest of the league with their performance in the Wildcard round of the NFC playoffs.
The New Orleans Saints have found a running game that will take the pressure off Drew Brees and the passing game. With the weather that is forecast for the game in Seattle this will make the difference.
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NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch – Homefield
This is a HUGE advantage for the Seattle Seahawks. IF the New Orleans Saints are going to win they will have to take the crowd out of this game. The New Orleans Saints will have to stay disciplined, not give up and big plays or turnovers. The New Orleans Saints can not allow themselves to get more than 14 points behind and really want to keep the lead. This is the only way to eliminate this advantage.
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NFL Divisional Playoffs Preview New Orleans Saints Visit The Seattle Seahawks In Regular Season Rematch – Bottom Line
This game will not end as did the last contest. The weather conditions will actually help the New Orleans Saints with their new found running game. The New Orleans Saints use the passing game in many ways like long hand offs. This will help them manage things to their advantage. The New Orleans Saints will be able to exploit the areas of weakness that have been exposed in the late season losses by the Seattle Seahawks. This will be a close contest but the New Orleans Saints will prevail.
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Hey Y’all! It’s a cool, sunny day here. Our Saints are up in even colder climes but our cheers will keep them warm! Who Dat baby!!
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I just can’t believe how many people are still in the Crescent City. The Quarter is busy, busy, in spite of the colder temps. At least today we have some sunshine and are around that 50 mark. Crazy as it may be we will be tipping 70 tomorrow with some showers. Be prepared for even colder temps for the next week though. According to the weather report for today it should a great day and don’t forget to watch that Saints and Eagles game tonight. Who Dat! See you in NOLA!