New Orleans Saints & New Orleans Pelicans - Season so Far

New Orleans Saints & New Orleans Pelicans - Season so far

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New Orleans Saints chasing the playoffs

The New Orleans Saints’ season has been a roller-coaster so far. What seemed to be an unstoppable machine at the beginning of the season with five out of seven wins has turned into a nightmare in recent game weeks. The Saints are currently on a five-game losing streak and are sinking like a stone down the table. Having reached the playoffs as NFC-champions for four consecutive seasons it would come as a huge surprise if the Saints were to miss this season’s playoffs.
So, what are the Saints chances of clinching a spot in the playoffs? Quite good we would say. The reason for this is that the Saints, on paper, seem to have reasonable matchups in what’s left of the regular season. Apart from Buccaneers away they’re only facing teams with worse record than themselves.

Remaining games:

12th Dec – Saints @ Jets
19th Dec – Saints @ Buccaneers
27th Dec – Dolphins @ Saints
2nd Jan – Panthers @ Saints
9th Jan – Saints @ Falcons



Another interesting aspect to consider is that the Saints have been performing better on the road than when playing at home. This could be another reason for Saints fans to keep believing in a playoff spot as they have three out of five remaining games away from home.

New Orleans Saints Season Record

*As of 9th Dec

Played 12
Win 7
Loss 5

Played 6
Win 2
Loss 4

Played 6
Win 3
Loss 3

Can they manage to pick up four wins from the five remaining games they should be in contention for the playoffs. The Saints are only themselves to blame for getting into this tricky situation after being one of the leagues strongest team in the opening weeks of the season.

Can Pelicans turn their season around

If the Saints are having a tough time in the NFL, it’s nothing against what New Orleans Pelicans are experiencing in the NBA. The Pelicans are sitting bottom of the table and have been doing so for some time. 7 wins in 27 games is not a record to be proud of and the fact is that only the Detroit Pistons and Orlando Magic have a worse record this season.

Whatever the reason is behind the Pelicans struggle there’s still time to make things right. With more than half of the regular season left to play there’s plenty of time to make the required changes and get back to the winning ways.

Upcoming games in December

10th Dec – Pistons @ Pelicans
12th Dec – Pelicans @ Spurs
15th Dec – Pelicans @ Thunder
17th Dec – Bucks @ Pelicans
19th Dec – Pelicans @ 76ers
21st Dec – Blazers @ Pelicans
23rd Dec – Pelicans @ Magic
26th Dec – Pelicans @ Thunders
28th Dec – Cavaliers @ Pelicans


Follow the Pelicans busy December schedule live on TV or live streaming. offers you the latest broadcasting information and guidance on how to watch the upcoming games. Even though a spot in the playoffs looks distant at the moment, anything could still happen and the Pelicans do everything they can to repeat the success from season 2017/18 when they reached the Conference Semifinals.

NBA schdule here.

Author: Dan Anderson