Who did the Saints lose to in 2011?

Who did the Saints lose to in 2011?

Despite their impressive record, however, New Orleans failed to receive a first-round bye due to losing tiebreakers with the San Francisco 49ers for the #2 seed in the NFC behind the 15–1 Green Bay Packers.

What is the Falcons record against Saints?

Atlanta leads the regular season series, 53-51, with New Orleans holding an 21-10 advantage over the Falcons since 2006. Since 1991, 34 games have been decided by eight points or less.

What is Drew Brees record against the Falcons?

a 19-9 record
Brees had a 19-9 record against the Falcons, but, say what you will about the Dirty Birds, the video that put together was all class. We thank you, @drewbrees. The winningest quarterback of all-time also showed his respect to one of the few players to have a winning mark head-to-head in matchups.

When did the Saints last win the Superbowl?

2010New Orleans Saints / NFL championships
02/07/2010 Drew Brees led the New Orleans Saints to a 31-17 Super Bowl victory over the Indianapolis Colts.

Who was the running back for the Saints in 2010?


Pos Player Age
RB Reggie Bush 25
WR Marques Colston 27
WR Devery Henderson 28
TE Jeremy Shockey 30

Who are the Atlanta Falcons rival?

the New Orleans Saints
Most Atlanta Falcons fans would likely name the New Orleans Saints as the team’s biggest rival. The Falcons and Saints have played each other 106 times since 1967 and have shared the same division since 1970.

How many times has Brees beat the Falcons?

Drew Brees has killed the Atlanta Falcons since arriving in New Orleans. Drew Brees has faced Atlanta 29 times during his career, and 28 of them have been since he arrived in New Orleans back in 2006. His overall record against the Atlanta Falcons is 19-10, though he is 19-9 as the Saints quarterback.

What quarterbacks have beat all 32 teams?

Tom Brady joins Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and Brett Favre as only QBs in NFL history to beat all 32 teams.

Did Saints win Super Bowl after Katrina?

The Saints won the division that year and made it to their first NFC Championship Game, where they lost to the Chicago Bears. Three years later, the Saints finished 13-3 and won Super Bowl XLIV over the Indianapolis Colts. Their Super Bowl victory is seen as a major success story for New Orleans post-Katrina.