Who the Saints took #1 in 2007: Robert Meachem, WR (No. 27 overall). Who they should have taken: Sidney Rice. The Saints didn’t draft a need position when they selected Meachem, but Rice would have been the better WR pick. Rice blossomed into a go-to WR in 2009 as Meachem hasn’t become any more than a No. 3 WR in New Orleans.

Who the Saints took #1 in 2007: Robert Meachem, WR (No. 27 overall). Who they should have taken: Sidney Rice. The Saints didn’t draft a need position when they selected Meachem, but Rice would have been the better WR pick. Rice blossomed into a go-to WR in 2009 as Meachem hasn’t become any more than ..

Who the Saints took #1 in 2006: Reggie Bush, RB (No. 2 overall). Who they should have taken: Maurice Jones-Drew. Bush has had his moments with the Saints, but Jones-Drew’s production at RB destroys Bush’s numbers. Jones-Drew has rushed for 5,248 yards and 54 TDs, while Bush has rushed 2,090 yards and 17 TDs.

Who the Saints took #1 in 2006: Reggie Bush, RB (No. 2 overall). Who they should have taken: Maurice Jones-Drew. Bush has had his moments with the Saints, but Jones-Drew’s production at RB destroys Bush’s numbers. Jones-Drew has rushed for 5,248 yards and 54 TDs, while Bush has rushed 2,090 yards and 17 TDs

New Orleans Saints: DE Cameron Jordan To Visit Team

Cal Defensive End Cameron Jordan Closes In For A Sack (Sources: proprospects.wordpress.com) Saints head coach Sean Payton and general manager Mickey Loomis have kept busy this off-season regardless of the NFL’s current lockout, bringing in a bevy of potential draft picks for meetings. Reports so far have the Saints meeting with Temple defensive tackle Muhammad ..

2011 NFL Mock Draft: The Houston Texans Select…

With the eleventh pick of the 2011 CSC Community Mock Draft, the Houston Texans (represented by the wise Jon Banks) select… Robert Quinn, DE/OLB, North Carolina Let me start out by saying, this dude is a beast. This is a top five talent who should have already been drafted, yet will fall on draft day ..

12 at 12: Hornets and Saints, Google and Wikipedia in today’s headlines

1. A fourth-quarter surge propelled The New Orleans Hornets to a critical victory last night over the Portland Trail Blazers, 95-91. Watch the video.Lenny Ignelzi, The Associated PressNew Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees answers a question concerning the NFL lockout…

Preparing for the unthinkable: an injury to Drew Brees

Since the Saints signed quarterback Drew Brees in 2006, he has set records left and right as one of the game’s top quarterbacks. The Saints were lucky to be able to sign a top-flight quarterback like him, and have likewise been considerably lucky that Brees has not faced a significant injury in his time in ..