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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; one of the things i normally couldn't care less about is how "experts" depict my boys in black and gold but i realized something today......nobody believes the saints have beaten anybody.....nobody believes the saints can even keep up with new ...

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Old 11-25-2009, 10:53 AM   #1
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does anybody want a blowout as bad as i do?

one of the things i normally couldn't care less about is how "experts" depict my boys in black and gold

but i realized something today......nobody believes the saints have beaten anybody.....nobody believes the saints can even keep up with new england let alone pull a win out

this is absurd and im so tired of listening to my team get disrespected despite going 10-0 and beating not 1, not 2, but 3 undefeated teams in this season alone

this is the most ridiculous thing i have seen in a long time but i just want a blowout so badly

i feel like im the only one that knows the saints are the real deal.....people keep turning our wins into losses for some reason....we must have lost to the rams and dolphins and panthers and falcons because nobody credits us with those wins

so i gotta ask........WTF?

"deal with it or you can go play the saints and get trounced by 30 and you won't have to worry about it."-colin cowherd
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Old 11-25-2009, 10:56 AM   #2
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Re: does anybody want a blowout as bad as i do?

The Patriots are media darlings and have been for most of this decade so what else would you expect going into this game. I have found it odd that most experts still only talk about the explosive offense and only mention the defense like its still an afterthought and the weak link of the team
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Old 11-25-2009, 11:47 AM   #3
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first post (woo hoo!!) anyway! I find it funny when people say we haven't played anyone. I think almost every team we played (close your eyes lions, rams, buccs!) were considered good teams, and the eagles, jets, and giants were undefeated at the time. Its not the saints fault that after we beat a team the rest of league takes the blue print and runs with it! So yeah I hope we put the beat down of beat downs on the pats. Since Brady threw 5 td's in one quarter we have an excuse to score a 100 and not look like jerks!
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Old 11-25-2009, 11:49 AM   #4
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Yo nothing at all would make me happier. I don't expect that. The pats are a different team with welker, but ma I would love it. I know our boys will have their game faces on for this one
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:24 PM   #5
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Re: does anybody want a blowout as bad as i do?

Nothing would make me happier than to see Brees in a baseball cap halfway through the fourth quarter.......

Nothing.........except a baseball cap in the fourth quarter of the Superbowl.

And I hate blowouts. They are boring. But I don't want the Saints to squeek by the Patriots. I want the Patriots to consider firing Belicheck after Monday night.
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:34 PM   #6
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A blowout would be pretty epic. That is what is so scary about this game. It is one of those that can have many different conclusions. The Saints could possibly blow out the Pats, or they could squeak by with a two or three point victory. On the other hand, if the Saints resort back to the way they were playing in the first half against the Dolphins, Falcons, and Rams, then the Pats could very well make them pay by putting up a ton of points. This game CANNOT come down to the kickers. Gostkowski is a machine.

This is possibly the biggest game the Saints have ever played in terms of earning respect. I expect them to be up to the challenge....and I expect them to win.
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:44 PM   #7
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I agree with D. We definately don't want the game to come down to Gostkowskis leg....
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This game is building to be in the top biggest game in Saints history but that is where the hype begins. People are over-hyping this game to that level. Lets put some perspective into why...

*Saints Undefeated and seriously will threaten the '72 Dolphins and Pats
recored of an undefeated season.
*Monday night game against the a current dynasty team of the decade.
*Benchmark game to showcase just if the Saints can perform on an elite
level on a big stage. Some would call it a Changing of the guard so to
speak.

However in reality it means very little. Aside from the gaining a couple of phschy points that we are an elite team. The only thing in reality is the Saints maintain a game lead over the Vikes for home field advantage in the playoffs.

Winning this game puts a big target on our backs.

E U P H O R I A
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:53 PM   #9
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Re: does anybody want a blowout as bad as i do?

For some reason I keep thinking one team will come out quick with a 14 point lead.

I have a suspicion that the Saints playbook is about to really get opened up - I think a flea flicker, fake punt, or something we have never seen will wind up making it into this game.
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Originally Posted by TXGSP View Post
I have a suspicion that the Saints playbook is about to really get opened up - I think a flea flicker, fake punt, or something we have never seen will wind up making it into this game.
I guess with SP thats always a possibility, but I wonder how much he will "show his hand" between now and the playoffs. I'm not saying he'll be conservative the whole way, I just think he might save any specialties for the post season.
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