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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Of all the Saints teams that have suited up, this team is in the top 1-2% of that apex. They D is getting pressure in the first quarter in PS. Alex Smith may have marched down the field but he ...

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Old 08-17-2013, 05:23 PM   #11
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Of all the Saints teams that have suited up, this team is in the top 1-2% of that apex. They D is getting pressure in the first quarter in PS. Alex Smith may have marched down the field but he was also sacked with a vanilla scheme. I'm in no way saying this is a stellar defense but It's looking like it will be average to decent.

The offense...I honestly don't think there is a team that can stop it. It's going to be that good. 40 burgers, I could see half a dozen. Onsides kicks, trick plays...teams are going to bring that stuff I just home we are prepared for it.
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Old 08-17-2013, 05:36 PM   #12
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Re: Don't overreact, but don't ignore real reasons for optimism in New Orleans Saints' dominant performance

Teams have been facing third and longs against us because we have completely taken away their running game

No running game = no short yardage situations

Weve backed them up and forced them to throw
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Old 08-17-2013, 07:09 PM   #13
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Re: Don't overreact, but don't ignore real reasons for optimism in New Orleans Saints' dominant performance

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Sorry, but our 2012 defense would have looked bad even against the Raiders. And it wasn't just their LT that was getting abused. It was the entire O-line.

There is ample reason to be optimistic.

And BTW: we've yet to see our 1st string defense play yet. Galette, Vilma, and Wilson have yet to play. Thats almost half of our starting front 7.
Thank you Danno...you prevented me from having to type those exact words....couldn't agree with you more!
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Re: Don't overreact, but don't ignore real reasons for optimism in New Orleans Saints' dominant performance

So can anyone expand on the part on Smith in the article?
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Re: Don't overreact, but don't ignore real reasons for optimism in New Orleans Saints' dominant performance

Will Smith is devastating when going through a walk through?



Almost looks like someone was told to talk about Will Smith.
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Lets see what we look like against Houston next week.

I will reserve any optimism or pessimism until then!!
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This will never get old LOL

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They looked DAMN good, but at the same time everyone on the other side looked half-retarded. Trying to contain my optimism....
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Re: Don't overreact, but don't ignore real reasons for optimism in New Orleans Saints' dominant performance

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This will never get old LOL

Charlie Brown you one arm blocking SOB!

I can't eve imagine the boatload of **** that DE will get when they watch the film. He might have cost himself a job right there.
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Re: Don't overreact, but don't ignore real reasons for optimism in New Orleans Saints' dominant performance

Special teams are just sloppy.......McMahon has got to go!
I liked Humber the most of our young bucks on defense. Toon and Stills looked ready for prime time. We've got some young talent.
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