The 2018 New Orleans Saints schedule is almost here and will feature usual division rivals in the Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as well as one of the most difficult and exciting schedules around the league. At home, you can see a battle with the Super Bowl champs in Saints vs Philadelphia Eagles. Additionally, you can see Saints vs Pittsburgh Steelers, Saints vs Los Angeles Rams, and Saints vs Washington Redskins. In addition to their home schedule, key road games for New Orleans include the Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Baltimore Ravens. TicketCity is the place to go for New Orleans Saints tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome or supporting New Orleans on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all New Orleans Saints tickets.
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2018 Saints Season
The New Orleans Saints didn't have much on their offseason wish list after bringing in an historic draft class to expedite their improvement of the defense. The only necessary move was re-signing quarterback Drew Brees, and they did it at a discount. They did add to the secondary, bringing back Patrick Robinson after some years away from the team and stealing Kurt Coleman from a division foe after the Panthers cut him.
Mercedes-Benz Superdome Venue Guide Address: 1500 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA 70112
The Saints play their home games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Superdome has been the home of the Saints since 1974, and has a capacity of more than 72,000. The Superdome is known for much more than just being the home of the Saints. In addition to hosting the Super Bowl, the NCAA Final Four and the Sugar Bowl, the Superdome was used as a shelter for victims displaced by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and is arguably the most rowdy venue in the league. The New Orleans Saints home bench is on the sideline along sections 135-149. Mercedes-Benz Superdome parking information is covered in our Saints Event Guide.
The oldest rivalry by far in the NFC South, these two teams have faced off against each other more than 85 times. This matchup has been showcased on Monday Night Football six times with the most notable game being played in the first home game for the Saints after Hurricane Katrina. To intensify this rivalry in recent seasons, the division has been won by either of these two teams six of the past nine seasons.
A rivalry that dates back to the late 1970s, the Saints have dominated Tampa Bay since 2011. The two teams began playing each other on a yearly basis in 2002 when the NFL formed the NFC South. New Orleans and Tampa Bay are the only teams in the division to win a Super Bowl in their first appearance, while the Falcons and Panthers are both winless in two tries.
The Saints-Panthers rivalry started when the Panthers entered the NFL in 1995. The rivalry started while the teams were in the NFC West and continued once they moved to the NFC South. Saints-Panthers games are always intense, as each game is usually won by a small margin of victory.
The Saints have transformed themselves into one of the better franchises in the NFL since the arrival of Sean Payton and Drew Brees. New Orleans has made the playoffs seven times since the start of 2000, highlighted with a Super Bowl Championship in 2009 that added them to the list of NFL franchises to win a Super Bowl.