Next person who says "Who dat?" to Judge David Johnson is going to get a face full of crawfish.
Big time in the Big Easy.
Anyone with a pulse is probably aware of the New Orleans Saints' run up to the Super Bowl and eventual conquest of the favored Colts. NFL Network has selected four games from the 2009 season to spotlight. Thankfully, the Saints' epic smackdown of the Patriots on Monday Night Football isn't one of them.
Disc One: Week 13, Saints vs. Redskins
Disc Two: NFC Divisional Playoffs, Saints vs. Cardinals
Disc Three: NFC Championship Game, Saints vs. Vikings
Disc Four: Super Bowl XLIV, Saints vs. Colts
And that's your set. Four discs, four broadcast games, and nothing else. The plays aren't even edited as replay games are on the NFL network. You're getting the whole thing, painful challenge lag times and all. The games look fine in 1.78:1 anamorphic widescreen, but, as I've stated before in these NFL game collections, if you watched it original in high-def, the downgrade is drastic. And no extras? Not even a snippet of the Super Bowl celebration?
For Saints fans only. A Guilty verdict for everyone else.
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Scales of Justice
Studio: Warner Bros.
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