The New Orleans Saints beat a weak Jacksonville Jaguars who sported an unproven rookie quarterback.
This week, the Saints play another rookie quarterback, Cam Newton, who is proving that he could be one of the best in NFL history. Already, Newton has received last month’s Rookie of the Month Award.
The Saints are 3-1 and in first place by defeating the offensively inept Jaguars 23-10 on Sunday in Jacksonville (1-3).
The Saints could have sole possession of first place if Tampa Bay loses on Monday night as the first quarter of the season ends.
The Saints improved to 3-1 after a 23-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon at EverBank Stadium.
The Saints scored touchdowns on its first two possessions and never trailed as its defense smothered the Jag passing game in the second half.
Drew Brees has eight touchdowns and no interceptions in his three career starts against Jacksonville.
The Saints (2-1) battle the Jaguars (1-2) on Sunday at noon at Jacksonville.
Can the Jaguars upset the Saints? The Jags have scored 29 points in three games and the Saints are averaging 36 point per game.
This column has made the point repeatedly that one of the major drags on the U.S. economy comes from the uncertainty that the business community faces in determining how government laws and regulations will impact its costs going forward. One of the biggest unknowns to businesses is what impact the new federal health care law will have on their bottom lines once it is fully in effect.
The most publicized protest rally this week did not occur in front of City Hall or the federal courthouse, but in a quiet Uptown neighborhood.
On Wednesday, a few dozen protesters gathered in front of the house of Timothy Reily. They were upset that Reily posted some signs depicting President Obama in an unflattering manner. In one sign, Obama is shown wearing a diaper saying “Change Me, I Stink.” Another sign has Obama as a puppet of left wing financier George Soros
While there is no hotly contest Governor's race as Bobby Jindal appears to have his re-election wrapped up, the same cannot be said about the Lt. Governor's race between Plaquesmines Parish President Billy Nungesser and the incumbent Jay Dardenne.
On Thursday, the Dardenne campaign unleashed its first campaign commercial which questioned Nungesser's business ethics.
Bayoubuzz.com, a popular Louisiana news, business, political website has just launched a new social media hub community with the domain name LouisianaPoliticsNews.com. The hub will collect and aggregate political, election news and information as well as create an organic environment for politicians, candidates, political junkies and the general public to engage.