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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; The whole game had kind of a weird ebb & flow to it and I think what we may have witnessed was an epic NFL battle of strategies between two of the premier head coaches in the history of the ...

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Old 10-14-2013, 11:05 AM   #71
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Re: Loss to pats on Payton and Brees

The whole game had kind of a weird ebb & flow to it and I think what we may have witnessed was an epic NFL battle of strategies between two of the premier head coaches in the history of the game, two of the elite quarterbacks in the history of the game, and two of the gamest teams in the league.

It don't get any better then it did on Sunday and it sucks to be on the losing end of a game like that, but all that win did for the Pats was to put them in the 5-1 club right alongside the Saints ... just sayin', .

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Old 10-14-2013, 11:27 AM   #72
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Re: Loss to pats on Payton and Brees

Originally Posted by Saintaintso View Post
There's no doubt the Patriots played close to their best football today .. We didn't by far and still should've won On The road against an elite QB ...

If that's what it takes for us to lose you've got to feel good about our chances . We don't play another quarterback In Drews ozone for the rest of the year.
That was no where near the patriots best football bro, sorry. They played good enough to beat the saints but they were missing alot of key guys and definitely could have played better.
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That was no where near the patriots best football bro, sorry. They played good enough to beat the saints but they were missing alot of key guys and definitely could have played better.
... you'd probably have a little more credibility had you showed up before the game, ... just sayin', .

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Originally Posted by Falcons91 View Post
That was no where near the patriots best football bro, sorry. They played good enough to beat the saints but they were missing alot of key guys and definitely could have played better.
How's it feel to be 1-4?
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Old 10-14-2013, 02:16 PM   #75
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Originally Posted by WHODATINCA View Post
Talk about mental error. <eyeroll>
2011 who called the plays that lead to a historical offense? Carmichael.

2012 who called the plays for the offense that lead the league (offense that was good enough to have a 7-9 record with the worst Defense in the history of the NFL)? Carmichael.

Who said that if his play calling doesn't get better he will turn it over (to Carmichael)? oh yeah, it was Payton.

Are you new, or do you not realize how well our offense has functioned when SP hasn't called the plays?
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I have a question.

Who is this Colston guy that lead the team in receiving over the last 7 years; maybe he is on IR?
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I have a question.

Who is this Colston guy that lead the team in receiving over the last 7 years; maybe he is on IR?
Brees only looks at jimmy graham, it took him 3 quarters to throw to a different receiver
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Brees only looks at jimmy graham, it took him 3 quarters to throw to a different receiver
Talib and the Pats said they had the answer to Graham; Brees, Payton, and Graham wanted to prove them otherwise. Ego got in the way perhaps?

Who knows when Graham suffered his injury or what would have happened if he would have stayed healthy
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Originally Posted by cars4dylan View Post
When you don't play to win you can lose, simple as that.
I know what yous are saying bro'. But credit where credit is due New England brought their best game. And criticism where criticism is due. The Saints were playing with the intention of winning. But there was a, how can I say it?...
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Brain fart.
oh thanks Boutte, that works.... and then some that looked like we never wanted the win.

An incredible game. I am exhausted by all aspects of the game. New England's O, our D, New England's D, Our O, the officiating. Probably a game I will never forget.

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Originally Posted by |Mitch| View Post
Talib and the Pats said they had the answer to Graham; Brees, Payton, and Graham wanted to prove them otherwise. Ego got in the way perhaps?

Who knows when Graham suffered his injury or what would have happened if he would have stayed healthy
I think your right with the ego assumption.
Anytime Brees has a 47% completion rating you know something has gone wrong. Has Brees ever had that low of a percentage?
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