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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; This is the way I see it. If Brown can stop a pro-bowl DE for 2 weeks in a row, then I say helluva move drafting him. I believe Stra had 2 or 3 sacks last week. If our ends ...

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Old 09-14-2005, 08:12 PM   #11
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This is the way I see it. If Brown can stop a pro-bowl DE for 2 weeks in a row, then I say helluva move drafting him. I believe Stra had 2 or 3 sacks last week. If our ends can bust Manning's chops early, look for 2 or 3 picks from the Saints defense. If the Saints can pretty much contain Stephen Davis for 4 quarters (not counting his one big run), then they can sure contain Tiki Barber. Barber also has a history of a disease known as "fumblitis". Hit him hard and around the ball, then he may cough it up. I don't think Arizona's defense is that great, so look for the offense to have a much bigger game than last week against the Panthers. I see the Saints winning this one running away.

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Old 09-14-2005, 08:13 PM   #12
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I really don't think it's going to be that close if we aren't tired, which at this point we shouldn't be. The Cardinals's OLine was pretty beat up if I'm not mistaken. Our OLine is firing pretty well right now. Deuce will have more yards than last week.

Plus, I think that we can put in Hall or Hilton and do fine, maybe not as good though, without Conwell. We'll hit more receivers this week. Only thing that worries me is Tiki; there is just no telling.

I will give Sheppard a lot of credit though for being able to game plan post-Katrina and recognize the front defense of Carolina thus hitting Conwell for so many yards. In the past few years I have not been watching a game and been amazed at our tactics. Sheppard knew they would go for Deuce, he threw Deuce at em then he got Brooks to unload on Conwell. That's strategy at it's best
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I really don't think it's going to be that close if we aren't tired, which at this point we shouldn't be. The Cardinals's OLine was pretty beat up if I'm not mistaken. Our OLine is firing pretty well right now. Deuce will have more yards than last week.

Plus, I think that we can put in Hall or Hilton and do fine, maybe not as good though, without Conwell. We'll hit more receivers this week. Only thing that worries me is Tiki; there is just no telling.

I will give Sheppard a lot of credit though for being able to game plan post-Katrina and recognize the front defense of Carolina thus hitting Conwell for so many yards. In the past few years I have not been watching a game and been amazed at our tactics. Sheppard knew they would go for Deuce, he threw Deuce at em then he got Brooks to unload on Conwell. That's strategy at it's best
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Old 09-14-2005, 08:13 PM   #14
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I really don't think it's going to be that close if we aren't tired, which at this point we shouldn't be. The Cardinals's OLine was pretty beat up if I'm not mistaken. Our OLine is firing pretty well right now. Deuce will have more yards than last week.

Plus, I think that we can put in Hall or Hilton and do fine, maybe not as good though, without Conwell. We'll hit more receivers this week. Only thing that worries me is Tiki; there is just no telling.

I will give Sheppard a lot of credit though for being able to game plan post-Katrina and recognize the front defense of Carolina thus hitting Conwell for so many yards. In the past few years I have not been watching a game and been amazed at our tactics. Sheppard knew they would go for Deuce, he threw Deuce at em then he got Brooks to unload on Conwell. That's strategy at it's best
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Old 09-14-2005, 10:14 PM   #15
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mAYOJ i WAS SAYING THE SAME THING TO MY HOMIES TODAY AT WORK....
Mc Nuggets(last OC) was totaly predictible and didn't do anything different from week to week....
Let's see how Sheppard handles the Giants.....I'm realy looking forward to being impressed..
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mAYOJ i WAS SAYING THE SAME THING TO MY HOMIES TODAY AT WORK....
Mc Nuggets(last OC) was totaly predictible and didn't do anything different from week to week....
Let's see how Sheppard handles the Giants.....I'm realy looking forward to being impressed..
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Old 09-15-2005, 02:28 AM   #17
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Agreed Papz. I'm a little concerned about Tiki taking the rock to town a few too many times. He's better than Stephen Davis. I think the offense has a good chance as long as the o-line can keep Strahan off of AB. AB tends to take chances when he gets pressured alot. Of course he did well last week....I hope he can continue to make adjustments to keep the D off balance. Maybe take the ball for a 10 or 12 yard scramble every now and then.

I think the AB and the Saints are going to have a good game....but I really hope they can stop Tiki. I think stopping Tiki and Strahan are going to be the keys to winning this game.
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I'm hopin' we see a lot of the Week 1 - first half Giants.


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Injury Report...

NEW YORK GIANTS (1-0) AT NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (1-0)

Giants: QUESTIONABLE: LB Barrett Green (knee/ankle); T Kareem McKenzie (ankle); CB William Peterson (knee); TE Jeremy Shockey (ankle); WR Jamaar Taylor (groin); CB Corey Webster (quadricep).

Saints: QUESTIONABLE: LB James Allen (knee); TE Ernie Conwell (jaw); LB Alfred Fincher (hand); WR Az-Zahir Hakim (hamstring); TE Shad Meier (knee).


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See if she can come close to a mask of LOE's avatar. Dear God, no way we'd miss that. LOL
lol...that would be a tough draw...on anyone's eyes.

Tally: thanks for the injury report, by the way ESPN has fincher listed as out for the season....why I dont know. I can't wait to see Fincher on the field, I hope he blows up.
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