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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; The first half was strictly the Offense. They knew the defense could not keep up with rams WR and they needed to do one of two things. Put up points or play ball control. They did neither. The second half ...

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Old 11-16-2007, 11:32 PM   #11
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Re: Rams Loss: Offensive or Defensive Fault

The first half was strictly the Offense. They knew the defense could not keep up with rams WR and they needed to do one of two things. Put up points or play ball control. They did neither. The second half went by the script. Barn Burner. The saints must score 30+ points a game with this defense in order to win.
Everyone IMO is under estimating the quality of the Rams. They are a good club and will knock off more teams by the end of the season. They are now just getting healthy again.
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Old 11-16-2007, 11:40 PM   #12
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Re: Rams Loss: Offensive or Defensive Fault

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The first half was strictly the Offense. They knew the defense could not keep up with rams WR and they needed to do one of two things. Put up points or play ball control. They did neither. The second half went by the script. Barn Burner. The saints must score 30+ points a game with this defense in order to win.
Everyone IMO is under estimating the quality of the Rams. They are a good club and will knock off more teams by the end of the season. They are now just getting healthy again.

So are the Texans. I hope we don't try to look past these guys too. AJ will burn our butts.
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