2006 New Orleans Saints Season

The 2006 New Orleans Saints season began with the team trying to improve on their 3-13 record in 2005. All of the team's 2006 regular season home games were played in the Louisiana Superdome, which had been damaged all of the previous season by Hurricane Katrina. At the time, it had been New Orleans' most successful season, with the team reaching the NFC Championship for the first time in franchise history.

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2006 New Orleans Saints Season - Playoffs - NFC Championship Game: At Chicago Bears
1 4 ... Total Saints 14 ... Bears 39 ... at Soldier Field Game time 300 PM EST/200 PM CST Game weather 28°F (Cloudy) Game attendance 61,047 Referee Terry McAulay TV announcers (Fox) Joe Buck (play-by-p ... In the first quarter, New Orleans trailed early with Bears kicker Robbie Gould getting a 19-yard field goal for the only score of the period ... In the second quarter, the Saints continued to trail as Gould gave Chicago a 43-yard and a 23-yard field goal, while RB Thomas Jones got a 2-yard TD run ...

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