The New Orleans Saints became an NFL franchise in 1967, but it wasn’t until the 1987 season before they advanced to the postseason. The Saints lost in the first round to the Minnesota Vikings and after a two year hiatus; they finally had their first sustained success as they appeared in the playoffs for three consecutive seasons. Unfortunately, the Saints remained winless in the postseason and did not advance to the playoffs for seven more seasons. New Orleans finally made it back to the NFL Playoffs in 2001 and won their first postseason game in franchise history against the St. Louis Rams. After another down period for the organization, the Saints returned to the postseason in 2007 and advanced to the NFC Championship game behind quarterback Drew Brees and head coach Sean Payton. The franchise finally reached the mountain top in the 2009 season when they defeated the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV for their first title in organization history. The team also had their best sustained success during this time as they appeared in the postseason in four of five seasons. Whenever New Orleans Saints playoff tickets go on sale, the fan base quickly jumps at the opportunity to see their favorite team in action. New Orleans playoff tickets are always high in demand as the fan base has established themselves as one of the best in the NFL. Score with Ticket City – the place to go for New Orleans Saints Playoff tickets.
A victory in the 2016 Super Bowl would give the New Orleans Saints two total, which would put them in rare company of NFL franchises to win multiple Super Bowls. For the Saints to return to NFL’s top step, they will have to navigate themselves through a very difficult NFC Playoff Schedule. The 2016 New Orleans Saints Playoff schedule will be determined by their final record in the 2015 regular season, a record which will also determine home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The 2016 New Orleans Saints Playoff Schedule will include many of the most in demand games in the NFL this season.
- 2014: Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs (Seattle Seahawks)
- 2012: Lost NFC Divisional Playoffs (San Francisco 49ers)
- 2011: Lost NFC Wild Card Playoffs (Seattle Seahawks)
- 2010: Won Super Bowl XLIV (Indianapolis Colts)