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saintz08 09-27-2004 03:51 PM


1. New England (2-0). The Patriots haven't lost in 364 days.

2. Philadelphia (3-0). Eagles nip Seattle and Indy for this spot. I just like Philly's defense better.

3. Indianapolis (2-1). This is how Indy's seven straight possessions from late in the third quarter at Tennessee last week to early in the second quarter Sunday against Green Bay ended: Peyton Manning 1-yard TD pass to Marcus Pollard, Edgerrin James four-yard TD run, James 30-yard TD run, Manning 36-yard TD pass to Reggie Wayne, Manning 28-yard TD pass to Marvin Harrison, Manning 34-yard TD pass to Brandon Stokley, Manning 27-yard TD pass to Stokley. I mean, these teams aren't pushovers.

4. Seattle (3-0). I am really starting to buy into that defense.

5. Atlanta (3-0). It's amazing when Mike Vick can stink and still have the highlight of the day in the NFL, with that 58-yard run, the longest of his career.

6. Carolina (1-1). On the bye week, Julius Peppers sacked some groceries. Just to keep in football shape.

7. Denver (2-1). Jake Plummer played a terrific game (25-36, two TDs, no picks, 294 yards), but how does a quarterback get noticed in this league with Manning and Donovan McNabb and Brett Favre going off like they did?

8. Jacksonville (3-0). I am doing some severe self-flagellation for jumping off their bandwagon three weeks ago.

9. Minnesota (2-1). Onterrio Smith puts up 200 yards (94 rushing, 106 receiving) and no one notices.

10. New York Jets (2-0). On the bye week, Herm Edwards had the NFL Films cameras over to the house. Just to keep in football shape.

11. Tennessee (1-2). What would an NFL season be without a daily Steve McNair injury update?

12. Baltimore (2-1). Key line in the Raven-Bengal gamebook, under the Baltimore "Not Active'' heading: CB 37 D. Sanders.

13. Dallas (1-1). Get ready for a long game tonight, America. Vinny had his arm oiled and tuned up last night.

14. Green Bay (1-2). Favre plays against the 2-1 Jints Sunday unless he has to have that leg cut off.

15. New Orleans (2-1). Saints won't be in this spot for long. Next Sunday, at Sauna Devil Stadium, it's Arizona 19, Saints 16.

[Edited on 27/9/2004 by saintz08]

saintfan 09-27-2004 04:26 PM

I read that on yahoo earlier. Of course it\'s Sport Illustrated so you can\'t expect evidenced here. :soleil:

spkb25 09-27-2004 06:21 PM

peter king doesnt like this team but cant blame him for looking at history. weve done it before. but i dont expect us to loose. but we could. but were playing away seem to do that better

duece4pres 10-01-2004 03:19 PM

That is a good attitude to have. I pick Saints 35-14. Better start Stecker in your fantasy league b/c Arizona is giving up 150+ a game.
Look for Stallworth to have a huge game.

saintfan 10-01-2004 03:33 PM


Look for Stallworth to have a huge game.
He should. He may be the only healthy starting receiver we have this Sunday.

CheramieIII 10-01-2004 08:54 PM

19 to 16 I guess that\'s good news for whoever has Rackers as there fantasy kicker because the rest of it is poo poo.

chRxis 10-02-2004 10:32 AM

i think that we are easily above the packers and the ravens, but that\'s my opinion, not a fact.

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