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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; I'm not going to say anything. My pre-preseason and pre-season predictions had us 6-3 entering this game (after a loss to Pitt) and I put us down for a loss this week against the Bungles. I would be happy with ...

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Old 11-14-2006, 10:12 PM   #11
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RE: Cinncy at Home in the Dome

I'm not going to say anything. My pre-preseason and pre-season predictions had us 6-3 entering this game (after a loss to Pitt) and I put us down for a loss this week against the Bungles. I would be happy with a win, no matter how.
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Old 11-15-2006, 03:45 AM   #12
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RE: Cinncy at Home in the Dome

Just chill out folks, our defense will show up i promise, i predict TWO(2) int's next sunday, i mean hell we're due.
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I myself always look for McKenzie to have step-up days where he picks off two. 8)
He was a great find in '04 and is more deserving of spotlight time than I see him get.
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McKenzie has not got burned in while I think he plays harder when Thomas is not in the game to compensate...I hope that is not true...Craft has got to go...Hoosh and Johnson stand a good chance of eating us alive...Our safety net on those two is Bullocks putting on some monster hits...Simoneau got knocked around against the Steelers...I hope Gibbs is thinking of playing Danny Clark more...
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MM has been playing a lot better lately. I noticed at least the last two games that he has been tackling better, even coming up and supporting the run. That is something we haven't seen from him a whole bunch.
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Old 11-15-2006, 12:11 PM   #16
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McKenzie has been playing better and he still is an above average corner. But it was him who lost contain on Parker's second long run. I think it has become clear that an upgrade at CB is top priority this offseason.
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Old 11-16-2006, 09:07 PM   #17
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Re: RE: Cinncy at Home in the Dome

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The only things I am worried about are Rudi Johnson and how our secondary is going to play against Carson Palmer, Ocho Cinco, TJ Houshmenzadkehqwofhekowski
It's all good baby. My office spotted me two plaza tickets on the 35 yard line. I'm taking my dad, who I will properly intoxicate with good hard liquor before the game. We will be shooting spitballs towards the eyeballs of Ocho Cinco & T.J. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Houshmanzadeh. We may be able to get one at Carson Palmer as well. He'll be on the fifty though & my aim's not as good as it used to be. "Float like a butterfly....Sting like a bee.....They can't catch what they can't see!"

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Re: RE: Cinncy at Home in the Dome

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Originally Posted by jrmllb
The only things I am worried about are Rudi Johnson and how our secondary is going to play against Carson Palmer, Ocho Cinco, TJ Houshmenzadkehqwofhekowski
It's all good baby. My office spotted me two plaza tickets on the 35 yard line. I'm taking my dad, who I will properly intoxicate with good hard liquor before the game. We will be shooting spitballs towards the eyeballs of Ocho Cinco & T.J. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Houshmanzadeh. We may be able to get one at Carson Palmer as well. He'll be on the fifty though & my aim's not as good as it used to be. "Float like a butterfly....Sting like a bee.....They can't catch what they can't see!"
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Old 11-17-2006, 12:57 AM   #19
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RE: Re: RE: Cinncy at Home in the Dome

You know that Cinncy comes to the Dome sunday looking to light up our secondary and run thru our D-line. And in their house they probably would, but they`ll have to get past the 12th man here.

I see it simply like this, head to head Cinncy isnt a better team than the Saints, and by sunday night it will be 1 of 2 possible outcomes;
#1) turnovers, stupid penalties and dropped balls = 6-4
or
#2) No turnovers, smart football fundamentals = 7-3
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