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Old 06-23-2013, 03:19 PM   #21
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Other than the 2009 version of the Saints D(after 2006) our D stink. This season will be a 3/4 D and there is going to be spots on the field of concern, now in reality if Ryan could get us around a 19th rank D or better, we will be a contender, next season our D should get much,much better. I can live with a 19th rank D but last season was painful to watch, the Del Rio look last season would have went a long way this season I think.
nah 2009 was not that good overall. BUI they had a nack for getting turnovers at key times in a game. in that department they were one of the best.

since 2009 the saints have been trying to bring in youth and well they have not done such a great job in the draft.

Del Rio was my target of desire for the saints. i wanted him to come home lol
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Del Rio was my target of desire for the saints. i wanted him to come home lol
You'n me both buddy. I kind of hope we went after him and he turned us down not wanting to deal with all the garbage being slung at us. I just don't want to look at the possibility Spags was our first choice, seeing things in the rear view mirror and all.
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Sharper was the man. He lined up the secondary to a tee, no matter how the front 7 did, and Harper played his role very, very well that year. I also expect much of the same from Harper this season. FS?
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You'n me both buddy. I kind of hope we went after him and he turned us down not wanting to deal with all the garbage being slung at us. I just don't want to look at the possibility Spags was our first choice, seeing things in the rear view mirror and all.
my gut says Jack still has ill feeling towards the saints since the days he played for us and the way things ended.
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Old 06-26-2013, 07:46 PM   #28
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Re: Malcolm Jenkins: Saints D looks different from a “cultural standpoint”

Yeah I don't get what Jenkins is saying here. The defense has no culture to it. Except for 09 we've been one of the worst in the league at getting turn overs or sacks. In 2011 we were close to a record for forced fumbles but were last in the league in recoveries. And of course had almost no ints. Except for his first season Gregg Williams was terrible.

If there is a culture on defense it's a culture of suck!
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You got to love offseason hype. How in the world can someone say this year's D is clearly better than last year's? This year's D has yet to do diddly poo!
Thank you, Jim Mora!
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