What is the Detroit Lions record since 2000?

What is the Detroit Lions record since 2000?

Detroit Lions

Year Record Finish (Regular / Post Season)
2001 2-14-0 5th — NFC Central
2000 9-7-0 T3rd — NFC Central
1999 8-8-0 T3rd — NFC Central
1998 5-11-0 4th — NFC Central

Who Dey Bengals or saints?

The Cincinnati Bengals adopted the phrase “Who Dey,” a riddle to bring the entire city together. While many fans wish they did, the Bengals might not actually have the first claim to it. The Bengals and New Orleans Saints will match up this Sunday, and that means that it’s time to resume the Who Dey vs. Who Dat debate.

Why do they say who dat in New Orleans?

According to Bobby Hebert, formerly a Saints quarterback and currently a sports commentator in New Orleans, the term “Who Dat Nation” originated after a highly anticipated 2006 game between the Saints and the favored Dallas Cowboys, which the Saints won; after the game, listeners from a wide geographic range called …

What is the motto of New Orleans?

Laissez les bon temps rouler

Why do Saints fans chant Who Dat?

According to the Times-Picayune,the “Who Dat?” rallying call first originated during the fall of 1983, when WVUE-TV sports anchor Ken Berthelot and photographer Avis Landry were sent to capture video of a high school football game in St. Augustine. The city’s Purple Knights had a pre-practice chant that went, “Who dat?

Who dat say they’ll beat Saints?

Aaron Neville recorded a version of “When the Saints Go Marching In” in 1983 that incorporated the chant “Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints,” performed by five Saints players: Brad Edelman, Louis Oubre, John Hill, Reggie Lewis and Dave Waymer. “I am happy they invited to do that back in 1983.

What is the proper response to Who Dat?

Saints fans yell “Who Dat!” at opposing teams and their fans to acknowledge the cheer “Who dat say they gonna beat dem Saints.” Of course, as any Cajun knows, the proper initiator and response is always more like “WHO DAAAAATTTT!”

Who Dat trademarked?

“Who Dat” Say They Own “Who Dat” Who Dat Inc. is brothers Steve and Sal Monistere of San Antonio. The Texans trademarked “Who Dat” in 1983, when they produced a song by the same name featuring Aaron Neville and the Singing Saints.

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