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WhoDat!656 01-05-2013 09:56 AM

Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012
 
Because of his sporadic play, it came as no surprise that Brees pointed at himself after Sunday's 44-38 loss to Carolina in the regular-season finale, saying offensive improvements must start with him.

"I've got to hold myself accountable and those have to come down," Brees said of his interceptions, the second-highest season total of his career. In 2010, he threw 33 TDs with 22 interceptions.

"I understand that and I'm going to do my best to fix that."

Read more here: Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012 | New Orleans Saints | The Sun Herald

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Bake a pie! Eat a pie! I am tired of reading about players saying they are going to fix things they know they shouldn't do!

Danno 01-05-2013 10:03 AM

Re: Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012
 
He said the same thing in 2010 and look what happened in 2011.

This years motto (and I hate mottos and slogans)...

FOCUS!!!

Ashley 01-05-2013 10:13 AM

Re: Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012
 
I'm going to go get me some coffee now.......

WhoDat!656 01-05-2013 10:14 AM

Re: Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012
 
Second verse, same as the first!

Marlboro Man 01-05-2013 11:16 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by WhoDat!656 (Post 470391)
Bake a pie! Eat a pie! I am tired of reading about players saying they are going to fix things they know they shouldn't do!

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Because of his sporadic play, it came as no surprise that Brees pointed at himself after Sunday's 44-38 loss to Carolina in the regular-season finale, saying offensive improvements must start with him.

"I've got to hold myself accountable and those have to come down," Brees said of his interceptions, the second-highest season total of his career. In 2010, he threw 33 TDs with 22 interceptions.

"I understand that and I'm going to do my best to fix that."

Read more here: Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012 | New Orleans Saints | The Sun Herald

Funny you should mention pie. I'm a big pie fan. I love apple pie, blueberry pie, hair pie, key lime pie, well you get the idea :D, but as I've been saying all year long, and maybe Drew just didn't hear it, TALK IS CHEAP!! Stop talking about it and DO IT! :pissed:

dizzle88 01-05-2013 11:31 AM

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You can start by stop throwing into triple coverage because you trust the WR, it hasn't worked at all so why does he keep doing it

UK_WhoDat 01-05-2013 12:14 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by dizzle88 (Post 470427)
You can start by stop throwing into triple coverage because you trust the WR, it hasn't worked at all so why does he keep doing it

and instead doing a checkdown.

Utah_Saint 01-05-2013 12:24 PM

Re: Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012
 
I agree with Drew. The team had a lot of problems this season. He was one of them.

Rugby Saint II 01-05-2013 03:52 PM

Re: Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012
 
Drew is great but his greatness is multiplied by having Sean Payton in his ear.

Belair57 01-05-2013 04:10 PM

Re: Brees holds himself accountable for up-and-down 2012
 
i think the opposite, i think he DIDNT have trust in his WR. the only time he looked good is when we didnt have sproles, i believe he could have hit some Wrs, but checked down to sproles so he could drop the pass, or not pick up a first.imo


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