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1969 New Orleans Saints season

1969 New Orleans Saints season
Head coach Tom Fears
General manager Vic Schwenk
Owner John W. Mecom, Jr.
Home field Tulane Stadium
Results
Record 5–9
Division place 3rd Capitol
Playoff finish did not qualify
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1968      1970 >

The 1969 New Orleans Saints season was the team's third as a member of the National Football League. They improved on their previous season's output of 4–9–1, winning five games.[1] The team failed to qualify for the playoffs for the third consecutive season. Tom Dempsey led the team in scoring with 99 points and was named to the Pro Bowl. [2]

The 1969 Saints surrendered 7.90 yards per-pass-attempt (including quarterback sacks), an NFL record at the time for the Super Bowl Era, and still third all-time.[3]

Personnel

Staff

1969 New Orleans Saints staff
Front Office
  • President – John W. Mecom, Jr.
  • General Manager – Vic Schwenk

Head Coaches

Assistant Coaches

[4]

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 21, 1969 Washington Redskins L 26-20
73,147
2 September 28, 1969 Dallas Cowboys L 21-17
79,567
3 October 5, 1969 at Los Angeles Rams L 36-17
54,879
4 October 12, 1969 Cleveland Browns L 27-17
71,274
5 October 19, 1969 Baltimore Colts L 30-10
80,636
6 October 26, 1969 at Philadelphia Eagles L 13-10
60,658
7 November 2, 1969 at St. Louis Cardinals W 51-42
46,718
8 November 9, 1969 at Dallas Cowboys L 33-17
68,282
9 November 16, 1969 at New York Giants W 25-24
62,927
10 November 23, 1969 San Francisco 49ers W 43-38
71,448
11 November 30, 1969 Philadelphia Eagles W 26-17
72,805
12 December 7, 1969 at Atlanta Falcons L 45-17
57,021
13 December 14, 1969 at Washington Redskins L 17-14
50,354
14 December 21, 1969 Pittsburgh Steelers W 27-24
72,256

Standings

Awards and honors

References

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