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Old 11-11-2007, 03:02 PM   #1
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Thank you, Sean Payton

Thank you, Sean Payton, for calling every pass play for 20 yards down the field. That's our strong suit, after all; not the short passing game that's won us four in a row.

Thank you, Sean Payton, for your wonderful mouse-traps, empty wagons, and other drama. It's good to know that our NFL team can appreciate a good metaphor. They played like sissies today, but I guess it was worth it.

Thank you, Sean Payton, for your signing of Jason David. Last year, it made the other teams feel bad that we outscored them all the time. This evened the odds nicely.

Thank you, Sean Payton, for continuing to play Jason David when our backup CBs are playing so much better. We wouldn't want to hurt his feelings and besides, our offense can make up for it, right?

Thank you, Sean Payton, for your amazing predictability. Its easy to see that you selected today's program because you thought you could steam-roll a bad team. Now, we can listen all week to how much we suck from our membership.

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Old 11-12-2007, 10:33 AM   #2
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He's still learning. It's just his second year. The FO missed on all it's offseason moves and in the draft. Don't forget last years success. Blah, blah, blah.
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Old 11-12-2007, 04:52 PM   #3
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He's still learning. It's just his second year. The FO missed on all it's offseason moves and in the draft. Don't forget last years success. Blah, blah, blah.
We should all take a page out of the Steelers book. You get a coach, you allow him to learn some lessons and build a team. They don't get rid of there coaches that often and don't get frustrated with a few so so seasons. I do hope he learns he needs a new D coach with new ideas and philosophy.
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Originally Posted by Euphoria View Post
We should all take a page out of the Steelers book. You get a coach, you allow him to learn some lessons and build a team. They don't get rid of there coaches that often and don't get frustrated with a few so so seasons. I do hope he learns he needs a new D coach with new ideas and philosophy.
So true,I think Payton is a good coach. I do, however, wonder at times about Gibbs. He seems to get stuck in the same old rut. I know what they say about blitzing all the time, but if your cb's are getting beat any way, give them some help by blitzing. Hell, they're losing the battle already. Help them win the war. Our linebackers and safetys might not be the best but they are fast. They can and do get to the qb when allowed to. Turn them loose and let them help.
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Old 11-13-2007, 01:55 AM   #5
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Thank you Sean Payton for being the Heach Coach of our team.

Thankn you Sean Payton for coaching a terrible 3-13 football team all the way to the NFC Championship game in your very first year... for actually giving Saints fans visions of the Super Bowl when our team was actually winning in the 3rd quarter.

Thank you Sean Payton for creating one of the most exciting and explosive offenses in the NFL.

Thank you Sean Payton for pursuing and bringing in Drew Brees when nobody wanted him... for taking Reggie Bush, Jahri Evans, and Marques Colston... for leading our 0-4 team everyone left for dead to 4 wins in a row and putting our team right back in the playoff picture this year.

Thank you Sean Payton for not listening to morons, who after playing 872 hours of Madden video games, religiously watching NFL Live, and consider the rhetoric NFL analysts and commentators spew comparable to Solomon's proverbs, wholeheartedly believe they know more than you, the coaching staff, and the players.

There are things about the team I'm not sure are right, but you, Sean Payton, after only 1 and 1/2 years, have earned the benefit of the doubt. Some fans think there opinions are the Bible and that you are an idiot. They give the majority of Saints fans like me all-knowing morons.
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**correction**
They give the majority of Saints fans like me reps as all-knowing morons.
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Old 11-13-2007, 02:06 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by jcoll16 View Post
Thank you Sean Payton for being the Heach Coach of our team.

Thankn you Sean Payton for coaching a terrible 3-13 football team all the way to the NFC Championship game in your very first year... for actually giving Saints fans visions of the Super Bowl when our team was actually winning in the 3rd quarter.

Thank you Sean Payton for creating one of the most exciting and explosive offenses in the NFL.

Thank you Sean Payton for pursuing and bringing in Drew Brees when nobody wanted him... for taking Reggie Bush, Jahri Evans, and Marques Colston... for leading our 0-4 team everyone left for dead to 4 wins in a row and putting our team right back in the playoff picture this year.

Thank you Sean Payton for not listening to morons, who after playing 872 hours of Madden video games, religiously watching NFL Live, and consider the rhetoric NFL analysts and commentators spew comparable to Solomon's proverbs, wholeheartedly believe they know more than you, the coaching staff, and the players.

There are things about the team I'm not sure are right, but you, Sean Payton, after only 1 and 1/2 years, have earned the benefit of the doubt. Some fans think there opinions are the Bible and that you are an idiot. They give the majority of Saints fans like me all-knowing morons.
That was the perfect response. Good show, jcoll. Post of the day.
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Originally Posted by jcoll16 View Post
Thank you Sean Payton for being the Heach Coach of our team.

Thankn you Sean Payton for coaching a terrible 3-13 football team all the way to the NFC Championship game in your very first year... for actually giving Saints fans visions of the Super Bowl when our team was actually winning in the 3rd quarter.

Thank you Sean Payton for creating one of the most exciting and explosive offenses in the NFL.

Thank you Sean Payton for pursuing and bringing in Drew Brees when nobody wanted him... for taking Reggie Bush, Jahri Evans, and Marques Colston... for leading our 0-4 team everyone left for dead to 4 wins in a row and putting our team right back in the playoff picture this year.

Thank you Sean Payton for not listening to morons, who after playing 872 hours of Madden video games, religiously watching NFL Live, and consider the rhetoric NFL analysts and commentators spew comparable to Solomon's proverbs, wholeheartedly believe they know more than you, the coaching staff, and the players.

There are things about the team I'm not sure are right, but you, Sean Payton, after only 1 and 1/2 years, have earned the benefit of the doubt. Some fans think there opinions are the Bible and that you are an idiot. They give the majority of Saints fans like me all-knowing morons.
An opinion is an opinion, none more valuable than any other. Thank you for sharing yours.

In mine, there are some serious coaching problems on this team. I cannot explain the play calling, Olindo Mare's continued roster spot, Jason David continuing to start, etc. any other way that makes sense to me. In yours, Sean Payton is the second coming. You spoke of last years draft in glowing terms. I speak of this year's draft as a complete bust (so far - though I note that the guy we moved up to pick in the fourth round ran well AGAINST us yesterday after we cut him and kept Stecker).

I don't play Madden. I don't get the NFL network. I think analysts are mostly talking just to get a reaction, not saying what they think. All the same, I do know what a Mustang looks like and that I won't call one a Ferrari, simply because I love my Mustang.

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What did Mare do wrong this past weekend. No missed kicks and 2 perfectly kicked onsides attempts right through Bullocks' hands. I can see blasting him when he misses or plays poorly but his name shouldn't be mentioned this week.
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An opinion is an opinion, none more valuable than any other. Thank you for sharing yours.

In mine, there are some serious coaching problems on this team. I cannot explain the play calling, Olindo Mare's continued roster spot, Jason David continuing to start, etc. any other way that makes sense to me. In yours, Sean Payton is the second coming. You spoke of last years draft in glowing terms. I speak of this year's draft as a complete bust (so far - though I note that the guy we moved up to pick in the fourth round ran well AGAINST us yesterday after we cut him and kept Stecker).

I don't play Madden. I don't get the NFL network. I think analysts are mostly talking just to get a reaction, not saying what they think. All the same, I do know what a Mustang looks like and that I won't call one a Ferrari, simply because I love my Mustang.
When we are winning play calling is exceptional, when we lose its horrible. I am not buying its the play calling. What I am jumping on is the Saints/coaching staff are failing to make adjustments. A team comes out and takes a dimesion of your game or is doing well against you at something, you adjust and take what they give you. We could have run the ball more the blocking on what running plays we did run was good, very good. Pass blocking we were bad on overall. We were bull-rushed when they wanted to.

The Draft, you seriously can't judge a draft until 3-4 years down the road. You have to wait it out and let your talent develop. They have a lot of learning, developing and getting use to the speed of the game. Avoid getting use to expecting that gem every year. We got lucky with Colston, it happens. No one knew not even Payton. Take notes and in 2-3 more years then lets start a thread and judge the draft that would be more realistic.

You can however judge some Free Agent signings of Veterans though like Mare.

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