"We wanted to play hard. We wanted to play tough," Evans said. "We wanted to give the fans something to be proud of."
"What happened was you saw people come together, you saw the city come together. It made us as a team want to do something great for them," said Evans, who helped out on Habitat for Humanity projects in flood-ravaged neighborhoods where many residents otherwise couldn't afford to rebuild. "It just felt good to see those people happy, to see the people of New Orleans happy when we have success, and just by doing what we love."
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