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BillyCarpenter1 05-23-2003 01:12 PM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
To me Aaron Brooks is extremly dangerous. He can beat you with his arm as well as with his legs. Remember the games against the Rams, when we won the playoff game? The kid was incrediable. Duece is dangerous as well as our receivers but the quarterback position by nature allows for more opportunities.

[Edited on 5/28/2003 by Halo]

wbornio 05-23-2003 01:27 PM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
I\'ll pretend I\'m a defensive coordinator and I have to match up with the Saints O.

I see Horn, Stallworth, Pathon, M lewis, Connwell, Sloan, Deuce and Brooks.

If I had a cousin Guido with no neck and a baseball bat I would send him over to their houses in the following order...

Brooks
Deuce
Horn
Stallworth
Connwell
Pathon
Sloan
M Lewis


BlackandBlue 05-23-2003 02:13 PM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
I\'d send him to Lewis\' house before I would Sloan\'s, Pathon\'s, or Conwell\'s.

RESPECT SPECIAL TEAMS!!!

billyh1026 05-24-2003 01:55 PM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
This one\'s easy. On a per touch basis, Michael Lewis. The kid makes more out of nothing than anyone in this league. God help you if you give him anything close to a crease. What\'s the 2 most talked about things you hear from a coach after a game? #1 is turnovers #2 is field position.

wbornio 05-24-2003 02:46 PM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
B&B - I see your argument for M Lewis and did neglect his value for special teams...

I would bump him up over the tight ends, maybe pathon too.

With Special teams in mind I\'d have to place Carney somwhere in there too - perhaps under Stallworth.


rusta 05-25-2003 08:24 AM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
i think you gotaa put duece at no. 1, we\'ve got bouman behind AB and bouman is capable, who do we have behind duece? keaton is unproven and fenderson is recovering from injury

duece
horn
brooks
lewis
stallworth
conwell
pathon
why even bother with sloan? you want him on the field, lol

FWtex 05-26-2003 11:50 PM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
My most dangerous is M. Lewis with Deuce following at his heels. Deuce is the most important to the saints due to the fact there is a huge drop off if he gets hurt. Horn is second most important to saints offense.

If brooks plays like he did last year then Bouman would not be a drop in play at QB. Ab still has to show he is \"special\" on the field.

SaintforLife 05-27-2003 07:25 AM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
Beer man, he has the ability to get into the endzone everytime he touches the football.

A close #2 is Deuce, and 3rd is Horn.

Brooks has the talent but has been too inconsistant to be named the most dangerous weapon. also why Horn is 3rd, if brooks has a bad day Horn also pays for it.

BlackandBlue 05-27-2003 08:23 AM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
Even though I originally stated to respect special teams, I think you guys are giving him a little too much credit now. It would be different if every other play was the Saints on the recieving end of a kickoff, but he\'s only out on the field 1/5th of the time, and that\'s being generous. Yes, he has the ability to score everytime he touches the ball, but so too does Aaron, Deuce, Joe, and Donte.

SaintforLife 05-27-2003 09:05 AM

Most dangerous weapon?
 
Quote:

Even though I originally stated to respect special teams, I think you guys are giving him a little too much credit now. It would be different if every other play was the Saints on the recieving end of a kickoff, but he\'s only out on the field 1/5th of the time, and that\'s being generous. Yes, he has the ability to score everytime he touches the ball, but so too does Aaron, Deuce, Joe, and Donte.
I realize that Lewis isn\'t on the field 1/4 of the time the major players are, but thats just my point. The time he is on the field he makes a greater impact. Scoring aside, look at the field position he gives Brooks, Horn and Deuce to work with.

I don\'t have the numbers on hand, but if you could pull them up I bet you the avg. starting field position in 2002 was leaps and bounds ahead of the past 2 or 3 years, and may have been the best in Sains history. You can\'t underestimate those contrabutions.


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