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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by fatz6179 yea h I agree he'll get back-up to the top and kick ass This guy another winwin .... whata loser..... Drew Brees a bust lmaooooo you must like no everything about fb.... your not even worth ...

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Old 03-19-2006, 04:06 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by fatz6179
yea h I agree he'll get back-up to the top and kick ass
This guy another winwin .... whata loser..... Drew Brees a bust lmaooooo you must like no everything about fb.... your not even worth it man..... lmaooooo
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Old 03-19-2006, 06:14 PM   #52
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As far as Bennett goes, I do recall him torching the Saints in a couple of games. He also did me pretty good in Fantasy Football as well.
Oldies, I know that when I draft a team on Madden, I usually wait several rounds until Bennett's name is on top of the RB list and then select him. He might not be big, but dang, the kid's got some serious wheels.
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I haven't seen the FO do anything to get excited about... some people just think any movement is good movement but if you make moves and still don't get any better than what the hell is the point in making moves... I am already starting to debate who we are going to draft with the second pick in next years draft. Brees has only been good with a great OL and great D and I don't know if anyone has noticed but we don't have either.
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Old 03-19-2006, 06:48 PM   #54
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I haven't seen the FO do anything to get excited about... some people just think any movement is good movement but if you make moves and still don't get any better than what the hell is the point in making moves... I am already starting to debate who we are going to draft with the second pick in next years draft. Brees has only been good with a great OL and great D and I don't know if anyone has noticed but we don't have either.


The dark side is strong in this one...

Shame that he does have a point.
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Old 03-19-2006, 06:55 PM   #55
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Originally Posted by Euphoria
I haven't seen the FO do anything to get excited about... some people just think any movement is good movement but if you make moves and still don't get any better than what the hell is the point in making moves... I am already starting to debate who we are going to draft with the second pick in next years draft. Brees has only been good with a great OL and great D and I don't know if anyone has noticed but we don't have either.


The dark side is strong in this one...

Shame that he does have a point.
You know what he is right. Well he just saved me 4 months out of my life. Now that I know we're going to suck again we can just focus on NEXT years draft. Thanks Euphoria.
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Old 03-19-2006, 07:02 PM   #56
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Brees has only been good with a great OL and great D and I don't know if anyone has noticed but we don't have either.
HAHA WHAT???????? What great OL exactly are you talking about? They don't have any studs on their OL, so exaclty who would you be referring to? Scouts, Inc. has their best lineman graded out at a 71, which is the 31st best OG in the NFL. That's not very good. http://proxy.espn.go.com/nfl/feature...ting?teamId=24

Here's another article:
San Diego's whole offseason revolves around the quarterback position. It looked like the Chargers would trade Philip Rivers and sign Drew Brees to a new long-term contract before Brees had shoulder surgery at the end of the season. Now they may keep both players. The only problem with that approach is that it will be expensive, and it will limit the moves they can make in free agency. However, San Diego is still in fairly good position. While its free-agent group includes some quality contributors, most are role players that it won't have to break the bank to re-sign. The Chargers have also done a great job of restructuring contracts, so they don't have to panic and move Brees or Rivers right now.

Defensive safety: The Chargers safeties play with good motors and mean streaks, but Terrence Kiel and Bhawoh Jue and backup Clinton Hart are all far better defending the run than they are dropping into coverage. San Diego needs an athletic starter who tackles well in the open field, has the man-to-man cover skills to match up with most slot receivers and is a playmaker.

Left offensive tackle: Roman Oben is 33 years old, and he is coming off a season-ending foot injury. The Chargers could make him a cap casualty, and his replacement would be Leander Jordan unless they add a tackle to the roster. Jordan is a strong drive blocker, but he isn't a great fit at left tackle because he has problems holding his own on an island when the Chargers drop back to pass. They need an efficient run-blocker and, more importantly, an upper-echelon pass-blocker (who can protect Brees' blind side) to compete for the starting job.

Wide receiver: Keenan McCardell is a productive short-to-intermediate receiver who still flashes the ability to make the big play. The problem is that he is aging and there is no true No. 1 here. Eric Parker isn't really physical, so he probably fits better as No. 3 slot receiver, and Reche Caldwell is an unrestricted free agent who probably won't be back. San Diego needs a vertical receiver who can stretch the field and draw double teams away from TE Antonio Gates.

Offensive guard: Starters Mike Goff and Kris Dielman are tough blue-collar players, but they struggle working against quicker one-gap defensive tackles. Although Dielman is young and he can still get better, Goff is nearing the end of his career and there is marginal depth behind them. Keeping that in mind, the Chargers need a physical starter who can prevent penetration.

Defensive corner: San Diego has two former first-round picks at corner, but neither has developed into an elite cover player, as Quentin Jammer and Sammy Davis are inconsistent. Making matters worse, former second-round pick Drayton Florence has also been up-and-down, and nickel back Jamar Fletcher is an unrestricted free agent who might not be back.

General manager A.J. Smith will make some moves in free agency, but this will remain an organization that builds though the draft. San Diego will concentrate on upgrading the offensive line and secondary. The good news is the Chargers don't have a lot of key free agents to re-sign once they lock Brees up to a long-term contact. The Chargers will bring back their role players at the right price, but they won't overpay. Players like OLBs Ben Leber and Carlos Polk, Caldwell and TE Justin Peelle could be back. San Diego also will concentrate on keeping two of their key restricted free agents, RILB Stephen Cooper and Dielman.
Two out of their top 4 positions of need are at OG and OT? How do you explain that Euph? Let me guess, you can't. You just don't like Brees. That's cool. You don't have to like him, but you shouldn't make crap up.

I haven't seen the FO do anything to get excited about... some people just think any movement is good movement but if you make moves and still don't get any better than what the hell is the point in making moves.
Nothing to get excited about? They released Jim Haslett, Rick Venturi, and Aaron Brooks for starters. Then they signed our new franchise QB. Then they signed a Pro Bowl RB as a backup, for 1.5 mil a year. Then they got two LBs who can be solid starters, one of them (Simmons) even more special if he can stay healthy. They've also put themselves in a situation where they are in the driver's seat for the NFL Draft, a place where they really can't lose. But hey, you're right, that's not exciting....
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Old 03-20-2006, 12:47 AM   #57
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name me one great qb who didnt have a good offensive line?
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Old 03-20-2006, 08:01 AM   #59
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Originally Posted by fatz6179
MAng forget Brooks ain't coming back at all I've voiced my opinion and I fought for my boy. Just remeber Pees just now started becoming good. That's all I want is Brooks respect form ya'll and not so much heart felt love for a injured prone QB to get ya'll love so fast that's all. Not For Long =NFL remember it

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After reading all that, why do I get the feeling that fatz is another BlackonBlack? Sigh...
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