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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by Danno Offense looks phenomenal. Even without Colston we put up yards and points against what was supposed to be a very good defense. Our defense came thru in the end, but I'm amazed how often they look ...

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Old 09-25-2011, 05:11 PM   #11
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Offense looks phenomenal. Even without Colston we put up yards and points against what was supposed to be a very good defense.

Our defense came thru in the end, but I'm amazed how often they look confused, and how often a receiver is open by 5 yards on us.
Agreed. It seems like, baring mistakes, they're practically unstoppable.
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Originally Posted by homerj07 View Post
In a wild game at the Louisiana Superdome on Sunday, the New Orleans Saints beat the Houston Texans 40-33.
Never had a bit of doubt. If we're going to have a shoot out, my money will be on the Saints... and it was.
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I had doubts. Especially at 26-17, Texans with the ball. Then again, to doubt is to be a Saints fan.
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There is method to our Madness. Definitely hard on the heart, but thrilling as all get out. Love my Saints!
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Still giddy after this afternoon's show stopper.
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Agreed. It seems like, baring mistakes, they're practically unstoppable.
Imagine if Graham turns in and there's no pick? Or if that Houston TD doesn't ping-pong off 3 players?

Without mistakes, we score 50 on this team.
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For a while it looked like the Saints vs Andre Johnson.
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Old 09-25-2011, 10:08 PM   #18
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I had doubts. Especially at 26-17, Texans with the ball. Then again, to doubt is to be a Saints fan.
Oh I had a ton of doubt. I know the Texans are good, and I know we had some key injuries on defense, but man we looked lost on defense for most of this game...just...plain...lost.

I hope it will get better.
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Pretty good article and video

Texans make Saints appear unstoppable - AFC South Blog - ESPN
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