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saintz08 10-27-2003 02:35 AM

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I am browsing on the board late last night and notice 30 visitors .

Just wanted to say Hello to all the visitors and extend an invitation to join the board , it only takes a minute to register and is a great place to share some thoughts on the game , or get some interesting perspectives .

Pessimist or optimist , it does not matter come on in and say hello .

Hope to hear from you soon .

saintfan 10-27-2003 09:35 AM

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\"08\" Kool-Aid will be served free of charge! ;)

Couldn\'t resist 08.

By the way, your boy Jake was somewhat less than spectacular Sunday, but a win is a win so credit where credit is due. That \"non-Safety\" call in the 1st quarter (among other things) cost us the game!


JOESAM2002 10-27-2003 10:13 AM

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I just posted that very same thing on the Fumble thread myself Saintfan, his back was turned to the line of scrimmage! How can that not be a safety? Terrible call if you ask me.

saintz08 10-27-2003 10:47 AM

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See visitors it is a friendly forum ,

We serve kool aid and do basic math .

Todays lesson plan is simple N.F.L. math brought to us by a rather simple member named Saintsfan . Saintsfan has stated that the non safety call on Jake Delhoome in the end zone , cost the Saints the game .

Lets check

Aaron Brooks - throws ball to tight end with no air under the ball and it gets it intercepted .... -6 points

Jake Delhomme reversal of Safety -2 points

Brooks still has -4 points for his total and the Panthers won by 3 points .

So by doing the math , we can clearly see Brooks -1

saintfan 10-27-2003 12:11 PM

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I wouldn\'t expect anything less from you than to defend Delhomme. I still think you were rooting for the Panthers 08. The Saints get that non-call on the \"should have been\" safety and no tellin\' how that game might have turned out.

But, you defend \"little Jake\" all ya want to. You\'re only hurting your own credibility Saintz08...not mine.

tweeky 10-27-2003 12:29 PM

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The difference in Jake and Brooks can be summed up in their coaches pre-game instructions...

Haslet to Brooks- \"Aaron, try and win the game for us son\"
Fox to Jake - \"Jakey, just try not to screw it up for us son\"

Brooks biggest assett-\"Rifle arm and lethal passing game\"
Jakes biggest assett-\"A sweet looking hand-off to the real talent\"

saintz08 10-27-2003 01:41 PM

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Couldn\'t have stated it any better Tweeky :

Brooks biggest assett-\"Rifle arm and lethal passing game\"

Your right , he rifled it right to the Panthers linebacker and killed the drive . ;)

BlackandBlue 10-27-2003 01:55 PM

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When I think about plays that cost us the game yesterday, the interception was not rated as high as several other plays. Please oh please, keep putting Gardner in the game so that we can continue to see why he was a 6th round pick. I think you are reaching 08...

saintz08 10-27-2003 02:11 PM

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I think you are reaching 08... :hallucine:

How is an interception thrown in the red zone , with a minute left in the 3rd quarter a reach ??

If the Saints get the touchdown at that point , the score is :

Saints 24
Panthers 13

Going into the 4th quarter .

BlackandBlue 10-27-2003 02:29 PM

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I agree with your last post, everything in it, and before you read anything else, repeat this sentence, and read the rest of this article with that in the back of your head, except the part that I am reaching, of course. :cool: But I say you are reaching because you are referencing the one glaring mistake that Aaron made to continue to further your anti-AB agenda. I\'m not going to get mad at a player for making a mistake like that, as long as he has a great game. You take that one throw away, and Aaron had a good game. Horn had a dropped early on (though I can\'t remember if it would have gotten us a first down or not), that doesn\'t take away from one of the best games I\'ve ever seen him play. Horn was 100% heart yesterday. Gandy allowed a sack, but he looked like a stud on some of those open field blocks on screen plays.
The people that I like to single out are players that continue making mistakes or not making plays when they could. Bellamy has impressed the hell out of me, and he might as well be playing out there alone, with the performance we\'ve had from TJones. Gardner turned my stomach, you\'d expect a 33% passes caught from one of Jerry\'s kids, not an NFL wide reciever. And those two drops happened to be critical to the outcome of the game, in my opinion. KSmith would be better served at Home Depot, Davis mistook him for a welcome mat instead of an DT.

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