Since the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the New Orleans Saints have established themselves as one of the NFL’s most dominant teams. Under the new leadership of Head Coach Sean Payton, and the clutch play of quarterback Drew Brees, the Saints went to their first NFC championship appearance as a franchise in 2006. Since then, they have maintained a prestigious reputation as one of the NFL’s most dominant, clean-cut, classy, and community involved franchises in the league. Finally, in 2009 the Saints won their first Superbowl championship defeating the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 in Superbowl XLIV. The team has accomplished many milestones, and they have set the tone for what an NFL team should be like in this day and age. However, with this past off season, the Saints have been shadowed by a dark cloud of scandal.
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