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Pass the Jelly on Haslett

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/column...len&id=1883419 Regular visitors to this site know the high regard with which we view the talent level of the New Orleans Saints, and our fondness for head coach Jim Haslett. But the Saints got off to a rocky start last ...

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Old 09-18-2004, 10:26 AM   #1
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Pass the Jelly on Haslett

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/column...len&id=1883419

Regular visitors to this site know the high regard with which we view the talent level of the New Orleans Saints, and our fondness for head coach Jim Haslett. But the Saints got off to a rocky start last weekend by laying a bomb against Seattle -- maybe New Orleans players plan to get their slump out of the way at the start of the season in 2004 -- and one can't help but wonder just what is missing with this team. There is no denying the Seahawks are a fine team and there is no disgrace in losing to a club many feel will contend for a Super Bowl berth. But the Saints, especially some high-round draft picks such as second-year defensive tackle Johnathan Sullivan, performed with zero urgency. At some point, the scrutiny turns to the head coach, and Haslett needs to get his team turned around quickly. If not, Haslett faces the possibility that management and ownership, which have been very supportive of him, could opt for a change at season's end.
Well Len, you have it right. Haslett doesn't have the guys ready to play - ever.

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