New Orleans will prepare for the Week 3 game against the Patriots from their provisional camp in Texas
The New Orleans Saints have decided that they will continue training at the facilities of TCU next week with a view to his duel of the Week 3 of the season visiting the New England Patriots, before returning to his practice headquarters in the area of New orleans for the fourth week, when they will receive the New York Giants at Caesars Superdome, head coach Sean Payton reported.
The Saints They moved to the area of Dallas since August 28, when they traveled on hastily chartered planes while Going It was approaching the Louisiana coast as a powerful Category 4 hurricane that ended up causing serious damage to homes and knocking out power to the entire area of New orleans for days.
The Saints They were forced to cancel their last preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals on August 28 and had their final preseason training sessions at AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas cowboys. They moved their workouts in the first week of the regular season to TCU, where coach Sean Payton’s son Connor studies.
While Hurricane Ida caused almost no damage to the Superdome, the first game of the Saints at home against the Green Bay Packers on September 12 was played in Jacksonville, Florida. At the time that decision was made, city officials weren’t sure they would have adequate resources and hosting services ready for an NFL game at a 73,000-seat venue located downtown.
New orleans then returned to the area of Dallas to prepare for his commitment for Week 2, a visit to the Carolina Panthers this Sunday.