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Third quarter of the season

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; All games can end up being important, but the next four weeks of the season could be big for shaping the NFC south. Over the next four weeks, Atlanta plays two good teams in Baltimore and GB while traveling to ...

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Old 11-05-2010, 05:57 PM   #1
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Third quarter of the season

All games can end up being important, but the next four weeks of the season could be big for shaping the NFC south. Over the next four weeks, Atlanta plays two good teams in Baltimore and GB while traveling to the Rams and hosting division rival Tampa. Those teams have a combined 19-11 record. Meanwhile, the Saints face opponents with a combined 8-20 record over the next four weeks (Car, Seat, Dal, and Cin). The Cleveland game showed us that the team needs to pay attention to the next game on the schedule, whatever the record of the opponent is. But we have a good chance to make up ground during this span. It could get ugly if we don't; Atl closes with Carolina twice and Seattle in their final 5 games.
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Old 11-05-2010, 06:16 PM   #2
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Very true..we need to get on a roll right now....Lets Geaux Saints....
Let's hope the performance against Pitt was the start of that roll!
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Old 11-05-2010, 07:33 PM   #3
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If the Pitts game team shows up then what's to worry. This team will almost be full strength in the next few weeks and if they beat the teams they should then we'll be partying in Dallas come Feb
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That's what I'm saying; If the team that showed up against the Steelers returns every week, the rest of our schedule should save themselves the hassle and just don't show up.

The question is can we continue to play mistake free football, and if the offense can put whole games together like the 2nd half of the Pitt. game.
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