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Anyone think Miami will be harder to beat?

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Hello Saints Fans, I will tell you the secret to not loosing to Miami. Don't let them/us start a single drive with the lead period. If they get the ball with the lead you will see a 10min 80yrd wildcat ...

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Old 10-23-2009, 07:00 PM   #41
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Re: Anyone think Miami will be harder to beat?

Hello Saints Fans,

I will tell you the secret to not loosing to Miami. Don't let them/us start a single drive with the lead period. If they get the ball with the lead you will see a 10min 80yrd wildcat heavy drive for another score. If your offense faulters once (punt or fg) this will be a 4th qtr nailbiter.

As for you guys facing the #2 rush attach in the league and looking good doing it... there is a BIG gap between 1 & 2 this year. Best of luck to you. Our secondary is thin in the middle so Slots and TEs will be the fantasy picks this week for N.O.

Feel free to pop over to Phinfever - A Miami Dolphins Daily fan site. Catch the Madness! - Home for some dolphin chatter. Believe me we are going in to this game worried. The Saints are in my top 2 this year for the NFL's best (not a top 3 anymore since you took care of my previous #2 last week). I would also like to beg a favor, I have Michael Turner on my fantasy team so when you play the Falcons this year, let him socre once or twice. Oh... and kill Tom Brady. You know, the NFL's golden child that overshadows the real #1 QB in the league...
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Old 10-23-2009, 07:04 PM   #42
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I saw on the local news where they said time of possession is key to the wildcat. It's downfall is lack of ability to make big plays fast. So you're right, don't fall behind and make them play catchup.
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Old 10-23-2009, 07:14 PM   #43
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I have no doubts that the Saints will score everytime they touch the ball, but it may only be 3 or 4 times lol. Did you see the Monday game Miami vs. Indy? I can see that happening again. Massive rush yards for Miami, but N.O. will score in 2 mins everytime they touch the ball. Jason Taylor and Joey Porter have not turned up the heat yet this year so our secondary has been getting put out on their own. We have Will Allen who is very good, but other than that, you have two rookie corners and a weak FS. Drew Brees will go for Peytons record of winning a game with only 14:57 time of possesion.

I have faith that Miami will put up one hell of a fight, but N.O. in on par to return to Miami in February.
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Old 10-23-2009, 07:38 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by Ski_Money View Post
I have no doubts that the Saints will score everytime they touch the ball, but it may only be 3 or 4 times lol. Did you see the Monday game Miami vs. Indy? I can see that happening again. Massive rush yards for Miami, but N.O. will score in 2 mins everytime they touch the ball. Jason Taylor and Joey Porter have not turned up the heat yet this year so our secondary has been getting put out on their own. We have Will Allen who is very good, but other than that, you have two rookie corners and a weak FS. Drew Brees will go for Peytons record of winning a game with only 14:57 time of possesion.

I have faith that Miami will put up one hell of a fight, but N.O. in on par to return to Miami in February.
I did see that, tons of years etc. but the Fins lost. LOL

I think this game presents a unique matchup and there is a lot of interest from Saints fans and around the NFL.
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Old 10-23-2009, 09:19 PM   #45
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The question should be... Will the Miami D be able to keep up with our O?
I think not.
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