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Old 09-20-2003, 01:05 AM   #41
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Alrightie then ,

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Saintz08 is a 00 Panthers fan

Is Billy a secret plant from the Saints public relation department ? Sent in to control public outcry and promote ticket sales through fan based forums ???

They are out there ...........

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Old 09-20-2003, 08:32 AM   #42
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saintz08 --

I\'m not from the P.R. dept. I\'m just a guy sitting here looking at a lot of fans running around preaching the sky is falling. I\'m simply going behind you guys and telling everyone the sky is still there.

Couple of questions for you 08.

1. We had the # 1 offense in the NFC last year. You consider that bad?

2. We had the #1 special teams in the NFL last year. You consider that bad?

3. The defense sucked last year. Isn\'t this the real reason the Saints had problems last year?

4. The Saints addressed several areas of the defense in the off season and you guys are trying to tell everyone that it stilll gonna suck? How do y\'all know this?

5. Aaron Brooks doesn\'t deserve as much time as some other QB\'s to show he can get it done? Why not?

6. Venturi only gets one year to prove he can get it done? Why?

As soon as you guys can satisfy me on those questions, I will shut up!!


[Edited on 20/9/2003 by BillyCarpenter1]
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Old 09-20-2003, 09:40 AM   #43
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1. #1 offense, Really Good, not bad.
2. #1 special teams, Really good also, not bad.
3. yes, that is the real and only reason we collapsed last year.
4. i heard the defense was 9th in the league, if thats bad, i don\'t know what to tell you guys.
5.AB deserves just as much time as every other QB in the league, and as he matures more and more, i think he has great potential.
6.first of all, think he has proven a lot already, and if he needs moe time than a year, we should give it to him.
there ya go billy, i answered for saintz08, cuz he is never gonna get the right answers anyway, LOL
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Old 09-20-2003, 11:12 AM   #44
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Here\'s an interesting question - that I am just throwing out there. Do you think that there is a reason that Brooks was drafted by an orginization that had a Pro Bowl QB with the longest starting streak in the league and a young backup with great potential?

Brooks came into the league with Green Bay behind Favre and Hassleback. They weren\'t expecting this kid to be a starter. They were expecting him to be a career backup. Sounds to me like he was to Green Bay what J. T. is to us.

Just some food for thought....
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Old 09-20-2003, 11:21 AM   #45
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put the food back in the fridge because you just described tom brady, kurt warner, marc bulger, tommy maddox and probably a coupla guys i\'m forgetting

i guess they suck too right? or maybe they should still be backups?

oh and one more thing i\'m sure jake was drafted to one day be the starter right?
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Old 09-20-2003, 11:23 AM   #46
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LMFAO..... :P
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Old 09-20-2003, 11:48 AM   #47
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Uhh, Brady and Maddox were both drafted as eventual replacements. Maddox didn\'t work out for Elway and was a bust for a LONG time.

Brady just got the hot hand, and it seems like New England had gotten Saints syndrome and decided that Drew was a \"locker room cancer\".

But as always, WhoDat makes a salient point that you guys choose to totally overlook. The only argument you might have going for you is that Green Bay has a pretty long history of having Favre\'s backups going on to start other places. But that is most certainly NOT because Favre takes young players under his wing, if anything he taunts them.

Going 131st overall isnt a bad spot for Brooks to have been drafted, but the knock on him was that he wasn\'t real bright, which he has never really shaken.

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Old 09-20-2003, 11:52 AM   #48
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Here\'s an interesting question - that I am just throwing out there. Do you think that there is a reason that Brooks was drafted by an orginization that had a Pro Bowl QB with the longest starting streak in the league and a young backup with great potential?

Brooks came into the league with Green Bay behind Favre and Hassleback. They weren\'t expecting this kid to be a starter. They were expecting him to be a career backup. Sounds to me like he was to Green Bay what J. T. is to us.

Just some food for thought....
I see absolutely no relevence to this post. What difference does it make? He could have been the water boy. But if he can play ball -- put some pads on and let him play.
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Old 09-20-2003, 11:54 AM   #49
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By the way :casstet: If I can\'t be a Saints fan anymore because I disagree that AB walks on water and feeds the 5,000 in his spare time; can\'t I at least be a closet fan of a different team.

The Bucs make me vomit. :casstet:
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Old 09-20-2003, 12:48 PM   #50
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But that is most certainly NOT because Favre takes young players under his wing, if anything he taunts them.
Mind if I ask how you know this? Everything that I\'ve heard is contradictory to this statement. Not that I would be suprised...
Green Bay has a history of overloading at the QB position. In 2002 they took Craig Nall, Aaron Brooks in 1999, Hasselbeck in 1998, McAda in 1997, Wachholtz in 1996 and so on. Not all of these names are recognizable, but they keep bringing in fresh new arms all the time, just in case. The quality of QB drafted has increased, amazingly, around the same time that whispers began concerning Favre and retirement.
Brady was selected in the 6th round of the 2000 draft- You don\'t normally select your future QB in the 6th round, so I have a hard time buying that.


[Edited on 20/9/2003 by BlackandBlue]

The waiting drove me mad....
I don't want to hear from those that know...
Everything has changed, absolutely nothing's changed


Eddie is a....draftnik?
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