Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Saints' Fans' Signs of the Times: The Saints should be more careful with their wording.

Posted By on Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 10:27 PM

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All photos are by Jonathan Bachman


Last night's win was pretty great for Saints fans on so many levels. Their team finally played up to all the pre-season expectations, matching a franchise-best 51 points and four passing touchdowns against the league's sixth-best passing defense. The Saints seemingly re-energized their season and kept their playoff hopes alive and all on national television, no less.


And Saints season ticket holders were even honored before the game with this big banner in the Superdome. Now far be it from me to criticize the symbolic tribute to their fans – not to mention the unprecedented (and financially wise) decision to freeze prices for next season – but who is spell checking over there? Just stare at that banner for a second and that "2007 2008 Season Sell Outs" can't be misinterpreted to sound bad?


Maybe it's just me. Onto the fan signs, which were better prepared in my opinion.


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Absolutely the funniest sign of the night. Although I'm pretty sure mom won't be happy if she saw her kids holding those signs on ESPN. Although, you can't blame dad for loving Kim.


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Sir, I would like to eat your hat.


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Yea, it was the windiest day in Superdome history.


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After 43 days, everyone is happy the Saints are back in town.


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Usually, each letter is one word. But I guess there's room for creative flexibility.


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