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Old 12-10-2010, 12:41 PM   #1
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Every WR a weapon, and not one of them a prima-donna. I love it.
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Every single one of them a team player, each of them know that if they aren't getting the ball often, that they are doing a solid job of drawing coverage away from a different Receiver AND each one steps up in anothers absence.
E.G - Rougly first 6 weeks - Colston was being doubled tons!! Lance Moore was left one on one, he stepped up massively.
Now - Moore was double covered in the dallas game - meachem to the rescue
It seems as though after a slow start, our O is really kicking it into high gear.

One position we need to play better is O line, they got man handled by the bengals

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Old 12-10-2010, 02:14 PM   #3
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The penalties were a problem in the Cincinnati game. Payton has that covered though with bringing the officials into practice. I expect less sloppier play this week!
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To team killing 6-5 prima - donnas (OCHO, T.O) NFL doesn't highlight it when one of our receivers doesn't get targeted ( Randy ). Starting to be to me one of the best corps that has ever been.
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Very unselfish and elite group for sure. Overall, the Saints do have the best receivers in the NFL. And yes, a very quiet group who is only interested in taking care of business.
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Talk softly and carry a big stick has always been my motto. Our boys know how to bring the wood.lol

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Old 12-12-2010, 12:32 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by 44Champs View Post
Every WR a weapon, and not one of them a prima-donna. I love it.
These guy should have reality Tv Show Called how to Be Great Wide receivers. Oh and great team players.
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Old 12-12-2010, 07:04 AM   #8
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The penalties were a problem in the Cincinnati game. Payton has that covered though with bringing the officials into practice. I expect less sloppier play this week!
I pray it worked.. our division biggest rival is smiling on their way up the totem pole of the division with penalties under control and (overlooked)
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