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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; i am not hailing a thing .. yet Hail SP for giving Spags the boot All he has done is turn the dogs loss again after being penned up for a year. This is a defense Williams built and i ...

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Old 09-16-2013, 06:07 PM   #11
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i am not hailing a thing .. yet

Hail SP for giving Spags the boot

All he has done is turn the dogs loss again after being penned up for a year.

This is a defense Williams built and i hate to see him take the credit like Mora did from Bum for the dome patrol.

I aint hailing nothing yet
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Old 09-16-2013, 09:18 PM   #12
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Yes. We played well. Much better than last year. I still want to see us play better & play a better team. Atlanta at home on SPs first game it was a little like the home game in 06.
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Originally Posted by rezburna View Post
We just ran up against two elite running backs back to back. I think we've done pretty good. I see a lot of stops behind the lines of scrimmage. They've been getting most of their yards on gashes, but it happens. Especially with elite guys. We look much better. Much better. Corey White is about to steal Jabari Greer's spot.
I told you.... I'm pretty sure the interceptions will pick up if Greer moves into the slot.... he is great there!!! I won't jinx him!!!!
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Also, we lost our best NT about 30 seconds after the National Anthem in game 1, we also lost a key back-up DE/DT (TWalker) in that game too.

We then lost our 3rd DE/DT early in game 2 (Tom Johnson) and were playing without a promising young DE in Glenn Foster.

Ryan has done better than I could have imagined.
You can put P rob on that list now.... Hopefully we don't have to wait much longer for Foster...
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Rob should EOM. He's doing a grat job. On to week three.
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i hate to see him take the credit like Mora did from Bum for the dome patrol.

Mora does deserve the credit he Drafted Pat Swilling. He brought Sam Mills and Johnson over from the USFL
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