New Orleans Saints is going to celebrate their victory in Super Bowl 2010 Parade. The grand parade will be featured by CNN and NOLA.com live. Floats and Colors fill the street and it is looking as if it is going to be Mardigras. The parade will begin from the Super Dome. It will go up the streets of the French quarter and finally ends up at the Convention Centre Boulevard. This parade will turn right from the Super Bowl Dome and down Howard Avenue during its march to the Loyola Avenue. It will end up at Convention Centre Boulevard while going along the Uptown carnival route, to St Charles, Canal Street. For the event city Mardi Gras floats will be used today and marching bands will honor the victorious team. The coaches, staff and the players of the Saints will be riding on a dozen floats and they will be tossing beads on their fans.
CST (Cox Sports Television), CNN and NFL Network will broadcast the festivities while the live parade will be covered by the CNN and the NFL and in case of unavailability of TV, the parade can be watched through the Internet. A free web cast on the website has been offered by the New Orleans Times-Picayune and also a live feed from the parade will be presented by the CBS News on USTREAM.
Indianapolis Colts was defeated by the New Orleans on Sunday with a score of 31-17 and this victory helped them to win Super Bowl XLIV. Drew Brees had 32 completions, 2 touchdowns and hit 32 of 39 for 288 yards and with this he tied a Super Bowl record. He was also named as MVO. Around 106.5 million American TV viewers watched this game and this figure has also broken the record made in 1983 in the finale of “M*A*S*H, in which there were 106 million viewers.