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New Orleans Saints season

NFL team season

The season was the New Orleans Saints' 49th in the National Football League, their 40th playing home games at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and their ninth under head coachSean Payton. On November 16, , the Saints hired Dennis Allen to replace fired defensive coordinator Rob Ryan. However, the Saints still missed the playoffs for the second consecutive season. The Saints set a new league record for the most passing touchdowns allowed with

draft class[edit]

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Notes

Staff[edit]

Final roster[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Preseason[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Game summaries[edit]

Week 1: at Arizona Cardinals[edit]

Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

  • ARI – Andre Ellington 1-yard run (Chandler Catanzaro kick), Cardinals 14–3. Drive: 5 plays, 88 yards,
  • NO – Brandon Coleman yard pass from Drew Brees (Zach Hocker kick), Cardinals 14– Drive: 12 plays, 80 yards,

Third quarter

  • NO – Zach Hocker yard field goal, Cardinals 14– Drive: 5 plays, 71 yards,
  • ARI – Chandler Catanzaro yard field goal, Cardinals 17– Drive: 5 plays, 35 yards,

Fourth quarter

  • NO – Zach Hocker yard field goal, Cardinals 17– Drive: 9 plays, 53 yards,
  • ARI – Darren Fells yard pass from Carson Palmer (Chandler Catanzaro kick), Cardinals 24– Drive: 5 plays, 80 yards,
  • NO – Zach Hocker yard field goal, Cardinals 24– Drive: 7 plays, 65 yards,
  • ARI – David Johnson yard pass from Carson Palmer (Chandler Catanzaro kick), Cardinals 31– Drive: 2 plays, 57 yards,

Top passers

  • NO – Drew Brees – 30/48, yards, TD, INT
  • ARI – Carson Palmer – 19/32, yards, 3 TD

Top rushers

  • NO – Mark Ingram – 9 rushes, 24 yards
  • ARI – Andre Ellington – 12 rushes, 69 yards, TD

Top receivers

Turnovers

With the loss, the Saints began

Week 2: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers[edit]

Game information

First quarter

  • TB – Kyle Brindza 55 yard field goal, Buccaneers 3–0. Drive: 5 plays, 4 yards,

Second quarter

  • NO – Mark Ingram 11 yard run (Zach Hocker kick), Saints 7–3. Drive: 7 plays, 58 yards,
  • TB – Vincent Jackson 15 yard pass from Jameis Winston (Kyle Brindza kick), Buccaneers 10–7. Drive: 6 plays, 63 yards,

Third quarter

  • TB – Jameis Winston 1 yard run (Kyle Brindza kick), Buccaneers 17–7. Drive: 4 plays, 80 yards,
  • TB – Kyle Brindza 35 yard field goal, Buccaneers 20–7. Drive: 10 plays, 31 yards,
  • TB – Kyle Brindza 22 yard field goal, Buccaneers 23–7. Drive: 5 plays, 57 yards,

Fourth quarter

  • NO – Austin Johnson 1 yard run (two-point pass conversion failed), Buccaneers 23– Drive: 14 plays, 80 yards,
  • NO – Willie Snead 16 yard pass from Drew Brees, Buccaneers 23– Drive: 2 plays, 30 yards,
  • TB – Kyle Brindza 30 yard field goal, Buccaneers 26– Drive: 5 plays, 21 yards,

Top passers

  • TB – Jameis Winston – 14/21, yards, TD
  • NO – Drew Brees – 24/38, yards, TD, INT

Top rushers

  • TB – Doug Martin – 21 rushes, 78 yards
  • NO – Mark Ingram – 16 rushes, 53 yards, TD

Top receivers

Turnovers

Hoping to avoid an start the Saints met Tampa Bay, led by new quarterback Jameis Winston.

The defense struggled to stop Winston as his heroics stunned New Orleans' home crowd.

Drew Brees left the game with an injured shoulder. The Saints wound up losing the game,

Week 3: at Carolina Panthers[edit]

Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

This game marked the first game Drew Brees missed as a Saint due to injury. Luke McCown, playing in relief of Brees, played well, throwing for yards, before trying to hit Brandin Cooks in the end zone with roughly a minute left in the game. Josh Norman made a diving interception to seal the Panthers win and the Saints start.

Week 4: vs. Dallas Cowboys[edit]

Week Four: Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints&#;– Game summary

1234OTTotal
Cowboys3737020
Saints7067626

at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Game information

First quarter

  • DAL – Dan Bailey yard field goal, Cowboys 3–0. Drive: 8 plays, 74 yards,
  • NO – Josh Hill 3-yard pass from Drew Brees (Zach Hocker kick), Saints 7–3. Drive: 11 plays, 80 yards,

Second quarter

  • DAL – Joseph Randle 1-yard run (Dan Bailey kick), Cowboys 10–7. Drive: 10 plays, 80 yards,

Third quarter

  • NO – Zach Hocker yard field goal, Tied 10– Drive: 4 plays, 5 yards,
  • DAL – Dan Bailey yard field goal, Cowboys 13– Drive: 8 plays, 60 yards,
  • NO – Zach Hocker yard field goal, Tied 13– Drive: 13 plays, 69 yards,

Fourth quarter

  • NO – Khiry Robinson 1-yard run (Zach Hocker kick), Saints 20– Drive: 11 plays, 67 yards,
  • DAL – Terrance Williams yard pass from Brandon Weeden (Dan Bailey kick), Tied 20– Drive: 8 plays, 91 yards,

Overtime

  • NO – C. J. Spiller yard pass from Drew Brees, Saints 26– Drive: 2 plays, 80 yards,

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

In overtime, Drew Brees, who returned from an injured shoulder, nailed an yard pass to C. J. Spiller for the game-winning touchdown. Brees now has career touchdown passes. It was also the fastest regular season overtime in NFL history, with only 13 seconds being played before the touchdown.

This win would make the Lions the only winless team.

Week 5: at Philadelphia Eagles[edit]

Game information

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Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

The Saints returned to Philadelphia for their first meeting with the Eagles since their last second victory in the playoffs, but the Eagles would get their revenge in a blowout. With the loss, the Saints fell to

Week 6: vs. Atlanta Falcons[edit]

Week Six: Atlanta Falcons at New Orleans Saints&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Falcons0701421
Saints14010731

at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

The Saints would upset the undefeated Falcons on Thursday Night Football. With the win, the Saints improved to

Week 7: at Indianapolis Colts[edit]

Week Seven: New Orleans Saints at Indianapolis Colts&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Saints7137027
Colts0014721

at Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana

  • Date: October 25
  • Game time: &#;p.m. EDT/&#;p.m. CDT
  • Game weather: 55&#;°F (13&#;°C), mostly cloudy — retractable roof open
  • Game attendance: 66,
  • Referee: Carl Cheffers
  • TV announcers&#;(Fox): Sam Rosen, John Lynch and Pam Oliver
  • Recap, Gamebook
Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

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Top receivers

Top tacklers

In a Super Bowl rematch between the teams, the Saints would lead at one point. Indianapolis would make it , but New Orleans would hold on for the win. With the win, the Saints improved to

Week 8: vs. New York Giants[edit]

Week Eight: New York Giants at New Orleans Saints&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Giants71472149
Saints1414141052

at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Game information

First quarter

  • NYG – Odell Beckham Jr. 2 yard pass from Eli Manning (Josh Brown kick), Giants 7–0. Drive: 10 plays, 60 yards,
  • NO – Willie Snead 34 yard pass from Drew Brees (Kai Forbath kick), tied 7–7. Drive: 6 plays, 80 yards,
  • NO – Brandin Cooks 26 yard pass from Drew Brees (Kai Forbath kick), Saints 14–7. Drive: 5 plays, 96 yards,

Second quarter

  • NYG – Odell Beckham Jr. 1 yard pass from Eli Manning (Josh Brown kick), tied 14– Drive: 9 plays, 79 yards,
  • NO – Marques Colston 53 yard pass from Drew Brees (Kai Forbath kick), Saints 21– Drive: 5 plays, 80 yards,
  • NO – Willie Snead 2 yard pass from Drew Brees (Kai Forbath kick), Saints 28– Drive: 14 plays, 60 yards,
  • NYG – Shane Vereen 2 yard pass from Eli Manning (Josh Brown kick), Saints 28– Drive: 10 plays, 80 yards,

Third quarter

  • NYG – Odell Beckham Jr. 50 yard pass from Eli Manning (Josh Brown kick), tied 28– Drive: 4 plays, 65 yards,
  • NO – Brandin Cooks 21 yard pass from Drew Brees (Kai Forbath kick), Saints 35– Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards,
  • NO – Benjamin Watson 20 yard pass from Drew Brees (Kai Forbath kick), Saints 42– Drive: 9 plays, 80 yards,

Fourth quarter

  • NYG – Dwayne Harris 9 yard pass from Eli Manning (Josh Brown kick), Saints 42– Drive: 11 plays, 80 yards,
  • NYG – Dwayne Harris 20 yard pass from Eli Manning (Josh Brown kick), tied 42– Drive: 3 plays, 65 yards,
  • NYG – Trumaine McBride 63 yard interception return (Josh Brown kick), Giants 49–
  • NO – C. J. Spiller 9 yard pass from Drew Bress (Kai Forbath kick), tied 49– Drive: 14 plays, 80 yards,
  • NO – Kai Forbath 50 yard field goal, Saints 52– Drive: 1 play, 0 yards,

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

In a battle of passing offenses, Drew Brees threw a career-high 7 touchdown passes. The game was tied late in the fourth quarter and the Saints returned a punt for 50 yards, good for the game-winning field goal to seal the Saints victory.

Week 9: vs. Tennessee Titans[edit]

Week Nine: Tennessee Titans at New Orleans Saints&#;– Game summary

1234OTTotal
Titans10738634
Saints14707028

at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

New Orleans would lead with 7 minutes left, but the Titans would go down the field to tie it at The Titans would then win the game after Marcus Mariota won it with a touchdown to Anthony Fasano.

With the loss, the Saints fell to

Week at Washington Redskins[edit]

Week Ten: New Orleans Saints at Washington Redskins&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Saints770014
Redskins1413101047

at FedExField, Landover, Maryland

  • Date: November 15
  • Game time: &#;p.m. EST/&#;p.m. CST
  • Game weather: 61&#;°F (16&#;°C), sunny
  • Game attendance: 75,
  • Referee: John Parry
  • TV announcers&#;(Fox): Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Laura Okmin
  • Recap, Gamebook
Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

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Top receivers

Top tacklers

Traveling to Washington to take on the Redskins, Drew Brees and the Saints suffered a moment of embarrassment as they would go on to be blown out Kirk Cousins threw a career-high four touchdowns in the blowout.

A day after, the Saints fired defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, replacing him with Dennis Allen, who would take over for Ryan for the remainder of the season.

Week at Houston Texans[edit]

Week Twelve: New Orleans Saints at Houston Texans&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Saints06006
Texans14010024

at NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

The Week 12 clash against the Houston Texans would be no better than how the previous game unfolded, with the Saints offense being held to only two field goals (failing to score a touchdown for the first time since Christmas Eve ) and Brees failing to throw a touchdown pass the entire game, snapping his 45 game streak of doing so.

With the loss, the Saints fell to

Week vs. Carolina Panthers[edit]

Week Thirteen: Carolina Panthers at New Orleans Saints&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Panthers013141441
Saints14281438

at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

The Saints made history in this game, becoming the first team in NFL history to block an extra point and return it for two points under new NFL rules that took effect that season (prior to this season, NFL rules did not allow players to return a blocked extra point). Saints rookie Stephone Anthony was the one who returned it, with Kevin Williams blocking it. The Saints, unfortunately, would eventually lose in a shootout and dropped their record to

Week at Tampa Bay Buccaneers[edit]

Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

The highlight of the game was Drew Brees passing Dan Marino for 4th on the league's all-time passing touchdowns list.

Week vs. Detroit Lions[edit]

Week Fifteen: Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Lions7147735
Saints3071727

at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

With the loss, the Saints fell to

Week vs. Jacksonville Jaguars[edit]

Week Sixteen: Jacksonville Jaguars at New Orleans Saints&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Jaguars0613827
Saints14107738

at Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana

Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

With the win, the Saints improved to

Week at Atlanta Falcons[edit]

Week Seventeen: New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons&#;– Game summary

1234Total
Saints773320
Falcons3140017

at Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia

  • Date: January 3,
  • Game time: &#;p.m. EST/&#;p.m. CST
  • Game weather: Played indoors (dome stadium)
  • Game attendance: 69,
  • Referee: Craig Wrolstad
  • TV announcers&#;(Fox): Sam Rosen, Matt Millen and Peter Schrager
  • Recap, Gamebook
Game information

First quarterSecond quarterThird quarterFourth quarter

Top passers

Top rushers

Top receivers

Top tacklers

With the win, the Saints ended their season for the second straight season.

Standings[edit]

Division[edit]

Conference[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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National Football League (NFL)
Team Record:
Finishing 3rd in the NFL's South Division of the National Football Conference
Coach: Sean Payton ()
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans Saints Statistics
New Orleans Saints Results

The New Orleans Saints of the National Football League ended the season with a record of 7 wins and 9 losses, finishing third in the NFL's South Division of the National Football Conference.

The Saints netted points, but the wobbly defensive unit yielded , most in the league. Drew Brees led the charge, slinging for 4, yards. Brandin Cooks grabbed 84 passes for 1, yards, while Ben Watson and Willie Snead contributed to the receiving game also.

Mark Ingram carried the ball for a team-leading yards for New Orleans.

Delvin Breaux intercepted 3 opponent throws. Cameron Jordan topped pass rushers with 10 quarterback sacks.

Sean Payton coached the team.

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#PlayerPos.Birth DateHeightWeightCollegeHometownGPGS
42James AndersonLBSeptember 26, 6'3"Virginia TechRoanoke Rapids, NC USA62
50Stephone AnthonyMLB,ILBJuly 28, 6'2"Clemson1616
72Terron ArmsteadOTJuly 23, 6'5"Ark-Pine Bluff1313
90Tavaris BarnesDENovember 2, 6'4"Clemson130
40Delvin BreauxCB,CB/LCBOctober 25, 6'1"Louisiana StateNew Orleans, LA 1615
9Drew BreesQBJanuary 15, 6'0"PurdueAustin, TX USA1515
39Brandon BrownerCB,RCBAugust 2, 6'4"Oregon StateLos Angeles, CA 1616
25Rafael BushFS,SMay 12, 5'11"South Carolina StateWilliston, SC 11
31Jairus ByrdFS,DBOctober 7, 6'0"OregonSan Diego, CA USA1312
38Travaris CadetRBFebruary 1, 6'1"Appalachian State21
16Brandon ColemanWRJune 22, 6'6"RutgersAccokeek, MD 163
12Marques ColstonWRJune 5, 6'4"HofstraHarrisburg, PA USA135
10Brandin CooksWRSeptember 25, 5'10"Oregon St.1613
95Tyeler DavisonLDT/RDT,DTSeptember 23, 6'2"Fresno St.165
20Brian DixonCBApril 26, 6'0"NW Missouri State160
47Justin DrescherCJanuary 1, 6'1"ColoradoColorado Springs, CO USA160
54Jo-Lonn DunbarLBMarch 13, 6'1"Boston Col.Syracuse, NY USA30
91Kasim EdebaliDE,OLBAugust 17, 6'2"Boston Col.161
59Dannell EllerbeLBNovember 29, 6'1"GeorgiaHamlet, NC USA64
71Kaleb EullsDTJune 28, 6'4"Mississippi State40
73Jahri EvansTAugust 22, 6'4"BloomsburgPhiladelphia, PA USA1111
4Brandon FieldsPMay 21, 6'5"Michigan St.Southfield, MI USA20
5Kai ForbathKSeptember 2, 6'0"UCLASanta Monica, CA 100
17T.J. GrahamWRJuly 27, 5'11"North Carolina St.Raleigh, NC 40
18Garrett GraysonQBMay 29, 6'2"Colorado St.10
58Obum GwachamDEMarch 20, 6'5"Oregon St.Onitsha, Nigeria90
57David HawthorneLBMay 14, 6'0"TCUCorsicana, TX USA115
76Akiem HicksDENovember 16, 6'5"Sacramento City Coll.San Jose, CA 33
34Tim HightowerRBMay 23, 6'0"RichmondAlexandria, VA USA83
89Josh HillTEMay 21, 6'5"Idaho State167
76Tony HillsTNovember 4, 6'5"TexasDallas, TX USA80
2Zach HockerKAugust 23, 6'0"Arkansas60
84Michael HoomanawanuiTEJuly 4, 6'3"IllinoisBloomington, IL USA128
53Ramon HumberLBAugust 10, 5'11"North Dakota St.Brooklyn Park, MN USA144
48Kendall HunterRBSeptember 16, 5'7"Oklahoma StateTyler, TX 20
22Mark IngramRBDecember 21, 5'9"AlabamaHackensack, NJ 1210
92John JenkinsDE/LDT,DTJuly 11, 6'4"Georgia1412
35Austin JohnsonFB,LBJune 16, 6'2"Tennessee101
15Seantavius JonesWRAugust 9, 6'3"Valdosta StateSpringfield, IL 30
94Cameron JordanDEJuly 10, 6'4"CaliforniaMinneapolis, MN 1616
65Senio KelemeteTMay 10, 6'3"WashingtonSeattle, WA 165
44Hau'oli KikahaLB,OLBJuly 24, 6'2"Washington1511
68Tim LelitoGJuly 21, 6'4"Grand Valley State1513
21Keenan LewisLCB,DBMay 17, 6'0"Oregon St.New Orleans, LA USA61
56Michael MautiOLB,LBJanuary 19, 6'2"Penn St.162
7Luke McCownQBJuly 12, 6'3"Louisiana TechJacksonville, TX USA81
63Mike McGlynnGMarch 8, 6'5"PittsburghAustintown, OH USA120
6Thomas MorsteadPMarch 7, 6'4"SMUPearland, TX USA140
23Marcus MurphyRBOctober 3, 5'8"MissouriDeSoto, SK 130
45Toben OpurumFBNovember 18, 6'1"Kansas20
30Christopher OwensDBDecember 1, 5'10"San Jose St.Los Angeles, CA USA40
75Andrus PeatOT,LG/LT/TNovember 4, 6'7"Stanford128
30Kenny PhillipsFSNovember 24, 6'2"Miami (FL)Miami, FL USA33
78Bobby RichardsonDE,DTNovember 30, 6'3"IndianaTampa, FL 1511
29Khiry RobinsonRBDecember 28, 6'0"West Texas A&M80
33Jamarca SanfordDBAugust 27, 5'10"MississippiBatesville, MS USA160
66Ryan SeymourGFebruary 7, Vanderbilt10
83Willie SneadWR,FB/WROctober 17, 5'11"Ball St.159
28C.J. SpillerRBAugust 15, 5'11"ClemsonLake Butler, FL USA132
64Zach StriefGSeptember 22, 6'7"NorthwesternCincinnati, OH USA1515
27Damian SwannCBDecember 4, 6'0"GeorgiaAtlanra, GA 72
60Max UngerCApril 14, 6'4"OregonKailua-Kona, HI USA1616
32Kenny VaccaroFS,SSFebruary 15, 6'0"Texas1616
82Ben WatsonTEDecember 18, 6'3"DukeNorfolk, VA USA1616
93Kevin WilliamsDT/LDT/RDTAugust 16, 6'5"Oklahoma St.Arkadelphia, AR USA1614
24Kyle WilsonCB/DB,DBMay 30, 5'10"Boise St.Piscataway, NJ USA154


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/16 Roster Counts: New Orleans Pelicans

During the offseason it’s OK for teams to carry as many as 20 players, but clubs must trim their rosters down to a maximum of 15 by opening night. In the meantime, some teams will hang around that man line, while others will max out their roster counts. Some clubs may actually have more than 15 contracts that are at least partially guaranteed on the books. That means they’ll end up paying players who won’t be on the regular season roster, unless they can find trade partners.

With plenty more movement still to come, here’s the latest look at the Pelicans’ roster size, the contract guarantee status of each player, and how each player came to be on New Orleans&#; roster.

(Last Updated , pm)

Fully Guaranteed (18)

  • Alexis Ajinca (C) — 7&#;2&#;/27 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Ryan Anderson (F) —  6&#;10&#;/27 years old. Acquired via sign-and-trade from Magic.
  • Omer Asik (C) — 7&#;0&#;/29 years old. Acquired via trade from Rockets.
  • Luke Babbitt (F) — 6&#;9&#;/26 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Norris Cole (G) — 6&#;2&#;/26 years old. Acquired via trade from Heat.
  • Dante Cunningham (F) — 6&#;8&#;/28 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Anthony Davis (F) — 6&#;10&#;/22 years old. Drafted with No. 1 overall pick in
  • Bryce Dejean-Jones (G) — 6&#;6&#;/23 Years old. Free agent signing.
  • Toney Douglas (G) — 6&#;2&#;/29 years old. Free agent signing.
  • James Ennis (F) — 6&#;7&#;/25 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Tyreke Evans (G) — 6&#;6&#;/25 years old. Acquired via sign-and-trade from Kings.
  • Tim Frazier (G) — 6&#;1&#;/25 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Alonzo Gee (F) — 6&#;6&#;/28 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Eric Gordon (G) — 6&#;4&#;/26 years old. Acquired via trade from Clippers.
  • Jordan Hamilton (G) — 6&#;7&#;/25 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Jrue Holiday (G) — 6&#;4&#;/25 years old. Acquired via trade from Sixers.
  • Kendrick Perkins (C) — 6&#;10&#;/30 years old. Free agent signing.
  • Quincy Pondexter (F) — 6&#;7&#;/27 years old. Acquired via trade from Grizzlies.

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TOTAL ROSTER COUNT (18)

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–16 New Orleans Pelicans season

–16 game log
Total: 30–52 (Home: 21–20; Road: 9–32)

October: 0–3 (Home: 0–1; Road: 0–2)

November : 4–10 (Home: 3–3; Road: 1–7)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
4 November 3 OrlandoL 94– Eric Gordon (24) Anthony Davis (9) Ish Smith (7) Smoothie King Center
16,
0–4
5 November 6 AtlantaL – Anthony Davis (43) Anthony Davis (10) Ish Smith (11) Smoothie King Center
16,
0–5
6 November 7 @ DallasL 98– Anthony Davis (25) Ryan Anderson (9) Ish Smith (7) American Airlines Center
20,
0–6
7 November 10 DallasW – Ryan Anderson (25) Ryan Anderson (7) Ish Smith (12) Smoothie King Center
17,
1–6
8 November 11 @ AtlantaL 98– Eric Gordon (26) Ryan Anderson (11) Ish Smith (10) Philips Arena
15,
1–7
9 November 13 @ TorontoL 81– Eric Gordon (30) Alexis Ajinça (9) Ish Smith (4) Air Canada Centre
19,
1–8
10 November 15 @ New YorkL 87–95 Anthony Davis (36) Anthony Davis (11) Ish Smith (5) Madison Square Garden
19,
1–9
11 November 17 DenverL 98– Ryan Anderson (21) Luke Babbitt (7) Ish Smith (8) Smoothie King Center
17,
1–10
12 November 18 @ Oklahoma CityL – Ryan Anderson (30) Alexis Ajinca (10) Ish Smith (6) Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,
1–11
13 November 20 San AntonioW –90 Ryan Anderson (30) Anthony Davis (18) Ish Smith (13) Smoothie King Center
16,
2–11
14 November 22 PhoenixW – Anthony Davis (32) Anthony Davis (19) Ish Smith (8) Smoothie King Center
16,
3–11
15 November 25 @ PhoenixW – Anthony Davis (26) Anthony Davis (17) Ish Smith (11) Talking Stick Resort Arena
16,
4–11
16 November 27 @ L. A. ClippersL 90– Anthony Davis (17) Ömer Aşık (10) Ish Smith (10) Talking Stick Resort Arena
16,
4–12
17 November 28 @ UtahL 87– Anthony Davis (36) Anthony Davis (11) Ish Smith (6) Vivint Smart Home Arena
19,
4–13

December : 6–9 (Home: 4–3; Road: 2–6)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
18 December 1 MemphisL – Tyreke Evans (20) Anthony Davis (14) Tyreke Evans (10) Smoothie King Center
16,
4–14
19 December 2 @ HoustonL – Anthony Davis (29) Anthony Davis (13) Tyreke Evans (8) Toyota Center
17,
4–15
20 December 4 ClevelandW – (OT)Anthony Davis (31) Anthony Davis (12) Tyreke Evans (10) Smoothie King Center
17,
5–15
21 December 7 BostonL 93– Ryan Anderson (18) Anderson, Ajinca (9) Jrue Holiday (6) Smoothie King Center
15,
5–16
22 December 11 WashingtonW – Tyreke Evans (27) Anthony Davis (11) Jrue Holiday (6) Smoothie King Center
16,
6–16
23 December 12 @ ChicagoL 94–98 Tyreke Evans (22) Anthony Davis (13) Tyreke Evans (6) United Center
21,
6–17
24 December 14 @ PortlandL – Anthony Davis (28) Tyreke Evans (12) Tyreke Evans (5) Moda Center
19,
6–18
25 December 16 @ UtahW –94 Ryan Anderson (24) Anthony Davis (13) Tyreke Evans (5) Vivint Smart Home Arena
17,
7–18
26 December 18 @ PhoenixL 88– Anthony Davis (16) Anthony Davis (12) Jrue Holiday (4) Talking Stick Resort Arena
17,
7–19
27 December 20 @ DenverW – Anthony Davis (27) Tyreke Evans (8) Tyreke Evans (10) Pepsi Center
13,
8–19
28 December 23 PortlandW –89 Anthony Davis (28) Anthony Davis (12) Tyreke Evans (9) Smoothie King Center
16,
9–19
29 December 25 @ MiamiL 88–94 (OT)Anthony Davis (29) Anthony Davis (15) Tyreke Evans (7) AmericanAirlines
19,
9–20
30 December 26 HoustonW – Anthony Davis (24) Anthony Davis (13) Tyreke Evans (13) Smoothie King Center
18,
10–20
31 December 28 OrlandoL 89– Anthony Davis (20) Cole, Davis (8) Tyreke Evans (8) Amway Center
17,
10–21
32 December 31 L. A. ClippersL 89–95 Ryan Anderson (17) Anthony Davis (15) Tyreke Evans (9) Smoothie King Center
16,
10–22

January : 8–6 (Home: 6–3; Road: 2–3)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
33 January 2 @ DallasW –98 Anthony Davis (31) Anthony Davis (14) Jrue Holiday (5) American Airlines Center
20,
11–22
34 January 6 DallasL 91– Anthony Davis (26) Anthony Davis (12) Anthony Davis (7) CenturyLink Center
15,
11–23
35 January 8 IndianaL 86–91 Tyreke Evans (27) Alexis Ajinça (10) Tyreke Evans (5) CenturyLink Center
16,
11–24
36 January 10 @ L. A. ClippersL – (OT)Tyreke Evans (27) Aşık, Holiday (11) Tyreke Evans (7) STAPLES Center
19,
11–25
37 January 12 @ L. A. LakersL 91–95 Tyreke Evans (21) Ömer Aşık (13) Cole, Evans, Holiday (4) Staples Center
18,
11–26
38 January 13 @ SacramentoW –97 Davis, Gordon (24) Ömer Aşık (13) Jrue Holiday (10) Sleep Train Arena
18,
12–26
39 January 15 CharlotteW – Ryan Anderson (32) Alonzo Gee (9) Jrue Holiday (10) Smoothie King Center
16,
13–26
40 January 18 @ MemphisL 99– Jrue Holiday (23) Anthony Davis (8) Jrue Holiday (9) FedEx Forum
18,
13–27
41 January 19 MinnesotaW –99 Anthony Davis (35) Ömer Aşık (8) Jrue Holiday (9) Smoothie King Center
14,
14–27
42 January 21 DetroitW –99 Anthony Davis (32) Alonzo Gee (9) Tyreke Evans (10) Smoothie King Center
15,
15–27
43 January 23 MilwaukeeW –99 Ryan Anderson (23) Ömer Aşık (8) Jrue Holiday (9) Smoothie King Center
16,
16–27
44 January 25 HoustonL – Jrue Holiday (32) Alonzo Gee (10) Jrue Holiday (9) Smoothie King Center
15,
16–28
45 January 28 SacramentoW – Ryan Anderson (36) Ömer Aşık (13) Norris Cole (10) Smoothie King Center
15,
17–28
46 January 30 BrooklynW – Jrue Holiday (26) Anthony Davis (16) Jrue Holiday (7) Smoothie King Center
18,
18–28

February : 5–7 (Home: 3–3; Road: 2–4)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
47 February 1 MemphisL 95– Cole, Davis (23) Anthony Davis (9) Norris Cole (6) Smoothie King Center
15,
18–29
48 February 3 @ San AntonioL 97– Anthony Davis (28) Ömer Aşık (11) Norris Cole (9) AT&T Center
18,
18–30
49 February 4 L. A. LakersL 96–99 Anthony Davis (39) Anthony Davis (11) Jrue Holiday (9) Smoothie King Center
18,
18–31
50 February 6 @ ClevelandL 84–99 Norris Cole (26) Ömer Aşık (12) Norris Cole (5) Quicken Loans Arena
20,
18–32
51 February 8 @ MinnesotaW – Anthony Davis (27) Aşık, Davis (8) Norris Cole (6) Target Center
11,
19–32
52 February 10 UtahW –96 Jrue Holiday (21) Alexis Ajinca (11) Jrue Holiday (9) Smoothie King Center
15,
20–32
53 February 11 @ Oklahoma CityL 95– Davis, Holiday (23) Anderson, Cole (5) Norris Cole (6) Chesapeake Energy Arena
18,
20–33
All-Star Break
54 February 19 PhiladelphiaW – Davis, Holiday (34) Ömer Aşık (14) Jrue Holiday (12) Smoothie King Center
16,
21–33
55 February 21 @ DetroitW – Anthony Davis (59) Anthony Davis (20) Jrue Holiday (9) Palace of Auburn Hills
17,
22–33
56 February 23 @ WashingtonL 89– Jrue Holiday (20) Anthony Davis (20) Jrue Holiday (7) Verizon Center
15,
22–34
57 February 25 Oklahoma CityW – Anthony Davis (30) Alexis Ajinca (7) Jrue Holiday (9) Smoothie King Center
16,
23–34
58 February 27 MinnesotaL – Anderson, Gordon (31) Ryan Anderson (14) Jrue Holiday (8) Smoothie King Center
17,
23–35

March : 5–12 (Home: 4–5; Road: 1–7)

GameDateTeamScoreHigh pointsHigh reboundsHigh assistsLocation
Attendance
Record
59 March 2 @ HoustonL 95– Norris Cole (21) Ryan Anderson (10) Cole, Holiday (8) Toyota Center
18,
23–36
60 March 3 San AntonioL 86–94 Eric Gordon (23) Anthony Davis (13) Jrue Holiday (7) Smoothie King Center
17,
23–37
61 March 5 UtahL 94– Anthony Davis (29) Anthony Davis (11) Jrue Holiday (7) Smoothie King Center
16,
23–38
62 March 7 SacramentoW – Anthony Davis (31) Anthony Davis (10) Jrue Holiday (10) Smoothie King Center
16,
24–38
63 March 9 @ CharlotteL – Anthony Davis (40) Anthony Davis (13) Jrue Holiday (6) Time Warner Cable Arena
16,
24–39
64 March 11 @ MemphisL – (OT)Jrue Holiday (34) Anthony Davis (13) Jrue Holiday (10) FedExForum
18,
24–40
65 March 12 @ MilwaukeeL 92– Anthony Davis (29) Anthony Davis (11) Douglas, Gee, Holiday (4) BMO Harris Bradley Center
16,
24–41
66 March 14 @ Golden StateL – Davis, Douglas (22) Anthony Davis (11) Toney Douglas (6) Oracle Arena
19,
24–42
67 March 16 @ SacramentoW – Ryan Anderson (29) Anthony Davis (14) Tim Frazier (9) Sleep Train Arena
17,
25–42
68 March 18 PortlandL – Anderson, Holiday (30) Dante Cunningham (7) Douglas, Holiday (6) Smoothie King Center
17,
25–43
69 March 20 L. A. ClippersW – Jrue Holiday (22) Ömer Aşık (10) Jrue Holiday (8) Smoothie King Center
17,
26–43
70 March 22 MiamiL 99– Jrue Holiday (24) Aşık, Douglas (9) Jrue Holiday (7) Smoothie King Center
16,
26–44
71 March 24 @ IndianaL 84–92 Alexis Ajinca (22) Ömer Aşık (15) Tim Frazier (5) Bankers Life Fieldhouse
17,
26–45
72 March 26 TorontoL 91– Alonzo Gee (18) Alonzo Gee (8) Tim Frazier (6) Smoothie King Center
17,
26–46
73 March 28 New YorkW 99–91 Jrue Holiday (22) Kendrick Perkins (8) Jrue Holiday (6) Smoothie King Center
17,
27–46
74 March 30 @ San AntonioL 92– Alexis Ajinca (18) Alexis Ajinca (9) Tim Frazier (7) AT&T Center
18,
27–47
75 March 31 DenverW –95 Luke Babbitt (22) Luke Babbitt (10) Toney Douglas (10) Smoothie King Center
16,
28–47

April : 2–5 (Home: 1–2; Road: 1–3)

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New Orleans Saints

Offensive StartersQBDrew Brees361415 for , 4, yards, 32 td, 11 int, & 24 rushes for 14 yards and 1 tdRBMark Ingram26410 rushes for yards, 6 td, & 50 catches for yards and 0 tdWRBrandin Cooks2211284 catches for 1, yards, 9 td, & 8 rushes for 18 yards and 0 tdWRWillie Snead231869 catches for yards, 3 tdTEMichael Hoomanawanui275811 catches for 76 yards, 3 td, & 1 rush for yards and 0 tdTEBen Watson35111674 catches for yards, 6 tdLTTerron Armstead 24213LGTim Lelito26213CMax Unger29616RGJahri Evans32911RTZach Strief32915Defensive StartersLDEBobby Richardson23Rook11 sacks, 1 interception, 0 fumbles recoveredLDTJohn Jenkins26212 sacks, 0 interceptions, 1 fumble recoveredRDTKevin Williams351214RDECameron Jordan*26416 sacks, 0 interceptions, 2 fumbles recoveredLLBDavid Hawthorne3075MLBStephone Anthony23Rook16 sacks, 1 interception, 1 fumble recoveredRLBHau'oli Kikaha23Rook10 sacks, 0 interceptions, 1 fumble recoveredLCBDelvin Breaux26Rook16 sacks, 3 interceptions, 1 fumble recoveredRCBBrandon Browner31416 sacks, 1 interception, 1 fumble recoveredSSKenny Vaccaro24216 sacks, 0 interceptions, 1 fumble recoveredFSJairus Byrd29612 sacks, 1 interception, 1 fumble recovered
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National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record:
Finishing 5th in the NBA's Southwest Division of the Western Conference
Coach: Alvin Gentry ()
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana
Attendance: ,, Avg. 16, in 41 home dates

New Orleans Pelicans Statistics
New Orleans Pelicans Results

The New Orleans Pelicans of the National Basketball Association ended the season with a record of 30 wins and 52 losses, finishing fifth in the NBA's Southwest Division of the Western Conference.

Anthony Davis netted a team-best 1, points for the Pelicans and contributed rebounds. Jrue Holiday dished out assists for the squad.

On defense, Jrue Holiday added 88 steals, while Anthony Davis blocked shots.

Alvin Gentry coached the team.

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PlayerPos.Birth DateHeightWeightCollegeHometown
Alexis AjincaCMay 6, 7'0"noneSaint-Etienne, FRA
Ryan AndersonFMay 6, 6'10"CaliforniaSacramento, CA USA
Omer AsikC-FJuly 4, 7'0"noneBursa, TUR
Luke BabbittFJune 20, 6'9"Nevada-RenoCincinnati, OH USA
Norris ColeGOctober 13, 6'2"Cleveland StateDayton, OH USA
Dante CunninghamFApril 22, 6'8"VillanovaClinton, MD USA
Anthony DavisF-CMarch 11, 6'10"KentuckyChicago, IL US
Bryce Dejean-JonesSGAugust 21, 6'6"Iowa StateLos Angeles, CA US
Toney DouglasGMarch 16, 6'2"Florida StateJonesboro, GA USA
James EnnisSFJuly 1, 6'7"Cal. St.-Long BeachVentura, CA US
Tyreke EvansGSeptember 19, 6'6"MemphisChester, PA USA
Tim FrazierPGNovember 1, 6'1"Pennsylvania StateHouston, TX US
Jimmer FredetteGFebruary 25, 6'2"BYUGlens Falls, NY USA
Alonzo GeeGMay 29, 6'6"AlabamaRiviera Beach, FL USA
Eric GordonGDecember 25, 6'3"IndianaIndianapolis, IN USA
Jordan HamiltonG-FOctober 6, 6'7"TexasLos Angeles, CA USA
Jrue HolidayGJune 12, 6'3"UCLAChatsworth, CA USA
Orlando JohnsonGMarch 11, 6'5"California, Santa BarbaraMonterey, CA US
Kendrick PerkinsCNovember 10, 6'10"noneNederland, TX USA
Nate RobinsonGMay 31, 5'9"WashingtonSeattle, WA USA
Ishmael SmithGJuly 5, 6'0"Wake ForestCharlotte, NC USA


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