One interesting thing that will develop from Hurricane Katrina is what the Saints will do, this year and in the future. As of now they are in San Antonio for the preseason, but it has become obvious that the Saints will not have a home to play in this year. So what do they do?
One thing that has been mentioned is that they could play their games at San Antonio. I think that the city will do everything in its power to get them to do so. They city is having problems with getting the MLS team announced a couple of months ago and I think they want to show everyone that they are a big city, so I think that they would love to host the Saints this year. And if they did I would consider going out there for a game, I think it would be quite fun.
Some other options are to have them play in Baton Rouge, or Alabama, or even Orlando. But the idea that I have just heard is by far the best (and I can't see this not going down). LA is in need of a football team. The Saints have nowhere to play short term, and long term the city of New Orleans will be hurting for quite some time. I bet after this year the Saints go to LA and the NFL promises to give New Orleans a team back in a couple of years, along with another new expansion team. This would solve LA's and the Saints problem in one move, and give a couple more cities the possibility of getting a team (San Antonio, Milwaukee, Las Vegas?). The plan is flawless.
(p.s. the LA team, formerly the Saints, should change their name, unless they wanted the new New Orleans team to be called the Hurricanes instead.)