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Saintswrath 11-30-2010 08:34 PM

It was "Dallas" thats why.. we were expected to beat Dallas so it's not a big deal even with the great plays but had Dallas beaten us it would be on every bulletin board, magazine, sports site, news ticker, radio show, Tv show, bottled water, milk carton, refrigerator magnet, Donuts box, Burger wrapping, X-box cover and probably painted on the side of the Cowboys stadium for weeks.

RailBoss 12-01-2010 01:35 AM

Yeah what else is new welcome to New Orleans. But what happened to our Super-Bowl buddies they sure did a slide.

skymike 12-01-2010 07:37 AM

ehhh... Everybody knows that Rankin Smith and that guy that owns ESPN, Mr. ABC, are good friends. Yeah, they got uh... an "arrangement." If you look closely, you can see em sitting together on tha bus where they bob their heads and go play outside with them underpriviledged kids. Yeah, they dont even recognize All Saints Day in New York. And if you get one of them big shaggy dogs, the just call it a "Bernard." Its ya basic common knowledge. Hey, who ya thinks gonna win Sunday?

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lynwood 12-01-2010 07:52 AM

Because we are a small market team. The networks play up to their largest audiance. Dallas could be 0-10 and they would have a weekly special on them. I don't think it has anything to do with favortism.

skymike 12-01-2010 08:08 AM

Thats crazy. We're small market like Green Bay is small market, true, but we both inspire much passion across the country. And again, they fail to recognize the scope of Who Dat Nation. New Orleans proper might be a smaller NFL city, but Who Dat Nation blankets the Gulf Coast, several Southern states, and owns Houston!

lynwood 12-01-2010 08:16 AM

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Originally Posted by skymike (Post 266247)
Thats crazy. We're small market like Green Bay is small market, true, but we both inspire much passion across the country. And again, they fail to recognize the scope of Who Dat Nation. New Orleans proper might be a smaller NFL city, but Who Dat Nation blankets the Gulf Coast, several Southern states, and owns Houston!

I agree with all of that. I can't really explain Green bay but to say that it might have to do with a long running tradition as one of the leagues oldest teams? I don't think Green Bay will get as much attention now that Farve is gone. It's all about who is tuning in and will buy the Gatoraide after they play the commercial. They will get a larger audience in philly than N.O.

Hell even North Louisiana are Dallas fans. Our market "area" is still the southern coast and that isn't as populated as say the Dallas market area.

Rugby Saint II 12-01-2010 03:47 PM

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Originally Posted by B_Dub_Saint (Post 266095)
Because the play happened on Thurs and they forgot about us. Screw it, we will just have to prove the naysayers wrong again this year.

Yep, that's it.

skymike 12-01-2010 08:55 PM

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Originally Posted by lynwood (Post 266251)
Hell even North Louisiana are Dallas fans. .

the winds of change are blowin

iceshack149 12-01-2010 10:52 PM

I was also figuring on watching the Saints/Cowboys game on NFL Replay. :bng::mad:


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