The New Orleans Saints have clinched home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with their win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The game was as exciting as advertised. Hell, I remember seeing this one on the schedule when the season started—before we saw what each team did throughout the year—and it was already dubbed a "track meet" type of game.

In the end, the Saints held on and seized on opportunities to outlast a high-powered Steelers team and the locker room celebration was on a whole new level after the game.

We've seen the Saints celebrating throughout the season, and even last season—but we saw a few new faces in the dance circle as head coach Sean Payton and quarterback Drew Brees joined in the fun.

Saints will likely rest key starters and injured players in the final week of the regular season versus the Carolina Panthers and with the first round bye, we should see a well-rested Saints team ready to roll as we are two games away from the Super Bowl.

Let's stick with the Saints and root them on to victory, and hopefully, we'll be dancing in Atlanta!