Born and raised on the mean streets of Long Island, Dave was called to New Orleans to attend Tulane University. He graduated with a degree in history and still lives uptown.
In addition to being the Managing Editor of Canal Street Chronicles, he is a doting father, loving husband, successful business owner and Saints season ticket holder.
We've narrowed the field and given Saints fans one final chance to choose the third member of our sculpture.
The league has some ideas that you won't f***ing believe about how to make the NFL's all-star game more exciting.
It's time now for you to cast your vote and help decide whose face deserves to be the third to grace our majestic mountain carving.
We've narrowed the field and given Saints fans one final chance to choose the second member of our sculpture.
The New Orleans Saints have added even more depth to their defensive line by signing the big man from American Samoa.
Dave, Ralph, Andrew and Kevin debate the four greatest players in Saints history and the four greatest non-players to be included on their imaginary Mount Rushmore replica.
We've long speculated this move might happen considering the switch to a 3-4 defensive scheme. Now it's confirmed. So what does this mean for the Saints depth chart?
"Yeah, they were the worst defense," Butler said. "But you look at the players, we don't have the worst defensive players. These are guys who are Super Bowl champions, Pro Bowls at one point. These are great teammates. These are great football players. "You get a guy like Rob, you get a guy like Keenan Lewis and you add him to the secondary, you get a guy like me who can come in and help guys pick up this defense, and you're going to see a hell of a defense. That's what I'm expecting. A hell of a defense. "We've already got the players to be the No. 1 defense. You get a defensive coordinator in there, a guy who's going to be compassionate and convey that passion to the players, I wouldn't be surprised if we were the No. 1 defense in all categories next year."Victor Butler Times-Pic
Drew Brees is the first face added to our mountain sculpture. Credit to JudoJNoble.
The three-time Pro Bowler played four-and-a-half seasons in Black and Gold and is still ranked fifth in team history for total rushing yardage.
Blaming Bountygate for everything has become the popular new trend among Saints fans, but it needs to stop.
I make some more speculative and baseless predictions about the New Orleans Saints 2013 rookies and young veterans. Have fun disagreeing with me. Plus a website tech question gets answered. Huzzah!
With Drew Brees out of the way, the selection process just got unpredictable. It's time now for you to cast your vote and help decide whose face deserves to be the second to grace our majestic mountain carving.
70 drafted and undrafted Saints rookies, first-year and tryout players descended on New Orleans for a weekend of orientation and practice. Here's a look at everything we've learned about the young talent these past three days.
The New Orleans Saint add a little more depth at cornerback and wide receiver following their rookie minicamp this past weekend.
It's time now for you to cast your vote and help decide whose face deserves to be the first to grace our majestic mountain carving.
We want to create a Saints version of Mount Rushmore and we need your help deciding whose faces should grace our majestic mountain carving.
Will Saints 2013 NFL Draft pick Jonathan Jenkins be able to reach and maintain Sean Payton's desired playing weight?
Four of the Saints five 2013 NFL Draft selections are already under contract as the team prepares for the start of their rookie minicamp tomorrow.
Andrew, Dave, and Kevin join Ralph to discuss the Pro Football Focus ranking of Drew Brees as the 79th best player in 2012 on this week's episode of Da Chronic Podcast.