Relive four of the greatest moments in Saints football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2010 NFC Championship vs Minnesota - Porter picks Favre
2006 Regular Season vs Atlanta - Returning after Katrina
2010 Super Bowl XLIV vs Indianapolis - First Championship
1970 Regular Season vs Detroit - Dempsey for the win and record
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2010 NFC Championship
Porter picks Favre
Saints vs Minnesota
31 - 28
24 January, 2010
Had fate been different that day, it's very likely that New Orleans would still be searching for their first Super Bowl. Instead, Favre threw back across his body and Tracy Porter made him pay. Jumping the route to snag the interception, Porter kept Saints hopes alive and Hartley’s OT kick would send New Orleans to the Super Bowl.
2006 Regular Season
Returning after Katrina
Saints vs Atlanta
23 - 3
25 September, 2006
The team’s first game back in the Superdome after Hurricane Katrina, this play rejuvenated an entire city. A quick 3 and out to shut down Atlanta’s high powered Vick offense, fan’s energy levels began to rise. Then it happened – a blocked punt returned for a touchdown. The stadium erupted. New Orleans erupted.
2010 Super Bowl XLIV
Saints vs Indianapolis
31 - 17
7 February, 2010
The entire 2010 Super Bowl run was fully of memorable plays for New Orleans. Everyone remembers the onside-kick to start the 2nd half but Porter’s interception on a Hall-of-Fame QB, for the 2nd game in a row, sealed the victory for New Orleans and cemented the City’s first ever Super Bowl victory.
1970 Regular Season
Dempsey for the win and record
Saints vs Detroit
19 - 17
8 November, 1970
With no time remaining and trailing by one, Tom Dempsey marched onto the field and booted a record breaking 63 yard field goal to win it. The following decades wouldn’t provide New Orleans fans with much to cheer for but Dempsey’s record remained a bright highlight and memory for fans to hold on to.