Geek & Sci-Fi
You might have heard that the Saints' win against the 49ers last night came at the expense of Reggie Bush, who broke his leg on a muffed punt return.
We here at With Leather are spending the day at the annual Uproxx Labor Day Family Picnic, so of course we're not posting much, but I just took a break from giving Vince piggyfront rides to bring you a fine example of why having "Former NFL Player" and "Hall-of-Famer" on your resume doesn't necessarily mean you should have a job in sports journalism.
Drew Brees was at a sports memorabilia store at the Edgewater Mall in Biloxi, Mississippi over the weekend, signing autographs for fans for a $150 a pop.
From the New Orleans Saints promotions department comes the ingenious idea to raffle off two dollar tickets for a chance to win a 2009 Saints Super Bowl ring to benefit the Gulf Coast BP Oil Spill disaster.
Here's Drew Brees at a softball game crushing (I guess) a home run during a charity event in New Orleans.
I don't think of Jeremy Shockey as a man so much as a piece of public lice on a protein-heavy diet.
Sean Payton just won the Super Bowl as head coach of the New Orleans Saints, but right now he's as mad as hornets.
Reggie Bush just won a Super Bowl, but he still couldn't manage to wrest the limelight away from his reality-show girlfriend, Kim Kardashian.
Reggie Bush and Kim Kardashian seem like an on-again/off-again type of couple, which is interesting, because if they were to actually split up, I think the universe would collapse from the weight of all that apathy.
This happened on Friday, but I generally love anything that makes Oprah Winfrey look foolish.
It's not entirely fair that a single pocket of Saints fans give the entire Who Dat Nation a reputation for destroying TVs and wearing bowls on their heads.
So the New Orleans Saints had their big parade last night down Bourbon Street, and while it was free of breasts, it wasn't short on birthmark-faced fun.
People are making a commotion of that photo with Drew Brees holding that photo of his son in the air, but the best photo of that game comes to us from @JoeBaguley, who found this photo of Pat McAfee, Matt Stover and Randall Gay after, presumably, Stover's field goal in the first quarter.