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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; I know its 2 weeks away..but it would be nice if Eli was out for this game..lol..his injury looked minor but...maybe it will hamper him a little...I think even with Eli a 100% we win...remember Sharper owns Eli..lol...so maybe we ...

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Old 10-05-2009, 12:09 PM   #1
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I know its 2 weeks away..but it would be nice if Eli was out for this game..lol..his injury looked minor but...maybe it will hamper him a little...I think even with Eli a 100% we win...remember Sharper owns Eli..lol...so maybe we get a repeat from..D.S....

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Old 10-05-2009, 12:13 PM   #2
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Re: Looking ahead to the G-Men

no, i dont remember sharper owns eli. i guess i missed those stats or missed those games. so, tell me what i need to know!

as good as he's been this year, he owns all the qb's!
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Old 10-05-2009, 12:31 PM   #3
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Re: Looking ahead to the G-Men

They will most likely be 5-0 coming into the Dome. You don't get to 5-0 in this league without being a pretty solid football team.

Good, aggressive D and a QB that won't miss open receivers like we have seen from other QBs in the past 4 games. Add to that the confidence of being undefeated and the challenge of playing a good team like the Saints.

It will be a tough game.

Saints 27
Giants 21
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Old 10-05-2009, 12:31 PM   #4
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Big game for them. Huge game for us. We know it, they know it, the media knows it.

We're playing a battle tested superbowl championship team. They got a nasty D, some nasty RBs, a surprisingly good WR corp and a veteran QB who's no stranger to the Dome.

We put up 10 points on offense again, the Giants will beat us like a drum.
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Old 10-05-2009, 12:45 PM   #5
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Re: Looking ahead to the G-Men

I truly hope we get this one
I think we have the juice for it but a single mistake by us could prove to be fatal

Case in point sit bush for this one
We canít!!!!!!! have any fumbles
And this team is known for putting big hits on the RBís
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Old 10-05-2009, 01:14 PM   #6
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Personally I want Eli in there at full strength when we play them so there will be none of this 'rookie starter, first time starter' crap. Nobody seems to mention that we shut out T.O. and the Bills. I've been following the Saints since "Flea Robinson" ran back the opening kick in game one of our beloved franchise and these are the games the Saints of old would have lost. That's right rookie QB,first time starter,franchise looking for it's first win we've lost to them all and on more than one occasion. Now what I'm seeing is the makings of a "complete team". And in the history of the Saints solid offensive play, defensive play, and special teams play have never hung out on the same team at the same time at any time, ever. All phases of the team are playing sound fundamental football. So far we're not beating ourselves but making the other team take chances to beat us. So with an offense that can hurt you running or passing, a punishing aggressive defense, and special teams that can flip the field at anytime my advice to all comers is this.
" Keep your guard up and tuck your chin because we're about to PUNCH YOU IN THE MOUTH!!!!!!!!!
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Old 10-05-2009, 01:22 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by avlsaint55 View Post
Personally I want Eli in there at full strength when we play them so there will be none of this 'rookie starter, first time starter' crap. Nobody seems to mention that we shut out T.O. and the Bills. I've been following the Saints since "Flea Robinson" ran back the opening kick in game one of our beloved franchise and these are the games the Saints of old would have lost. That's right rookie QB,first time starter,franchise looking for it's first win we've lost to them all and on more than one occasion. Now what I'm seeing is the makings of a "complete team". And in the history of the Saints solid offensive play, defensive play, and special teams play have never hung out on the same team at the same time at any time, ever. All phases of the team are playing sound fundamental football. So far we're not beating ourselves but making the other team take chances to beat us. So with an offense that can hurt you running or passing, a punishing aggressive defense, and special teams that can flip the field at anytime my advice to all comers is this.
" Keep your guard up and tuck your chin because we're about to PUNCH YOU IN THE MOUTH!!!!!!!!!
It wasn't Flea who ran the kickoff back it was John Gilliam but I agree with you on everything else.
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Old 10-05-2009, 01:32 PM   #8
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Budsdrinker

Thanks for the heads up. Foggy memory and euphoria got the best of me.

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Old 10-05-2009, 01:56 PM   #9
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They will most likely be 5-0 coming into the Dome. You don't get to 5-0 in this league without being a pretty solid football team.

...or playing the Raiders in week 5.
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Well Sharper does have a 3pick game against Eli and he took one back 92 yrds.....should be fun...
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