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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by arsaint We owe these pukes - for last season, the 2011 playoffs and 40+ years of abuse. Time to take it out of their hides... Plus, we're in The Dome!...

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Old 11-12-2013, 10:15 PM   #21
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We owe these pukes - for last season, the 2011 playoffs and 40+ years of abuse.

Time to take it out of their hides...
Plus, we're in The Dome!
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Old 11-12-2013, 11:53 PM   #22
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Re: From the enemy camp

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2011
W-Saints 62, Indy 7
next game
L-Saints 21, Rams (0-6) 31


2010
W-Saints 31, Tampa 6
next game...
L-Saints 17, Cleveland (2-5) 30
Wut .... Danno you are being uncharacteristically negative.


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True, I'm usually very optimistic, but if I had to wager a lot of money on this game I'd bet on San Fran.

It reminds me of the Jets game, but San Fran is a much much better team than the Jets. We're coming off of an emotionally high game where everything looked easy. San Fran is coming off a game they feel they should have won where they didn't play all that well. I have zero doubt that we'll get San Fran's A-plus game on both sides of the ball. And I feel we may still be hungover from the beat down we gave Dallas.

This has an ass-kicking written all over it.

But if we do somehow win this one, watch out. Its likely we won't lose another game this season.
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Old 11-13-2013, 09:59 AM   #24
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True, I'm usually very optimistic, but if I had to wager a lot of money on this game I'd bet on San Fran.

It reminds me of the Jets game, but San Fran is a much much better team than the Jets. We're coming off of an emotionally high game where everything looked easy. San Fran is coming off a game they feel they should have won where they didn't play all that well. I have zero doubt that we'll get San Fran's A-plus game on both sides of the ball. And I feel we may still be hungover from the beat down we gave Dallas.

This has an ass-kicking written all over it.

But if we do somehow win this one, watch out. Its likely we won't lose another game this season.
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Originally Posted by Danno View Post
True, I'm usually very optimistic, but if I had to wager a lot of money on this game I'd bet on San Fran.

It reminds me of the Jets game, but San Fran is a much much better team than the Jets. We're coming off of an emotionally high game where everything looked easy. San Fran is coming off a game they feel they should have won where they didn't play all that well. I have zero doubt that we'll get San Fran's A-plus game on both sides of the ball. And I feel we may still be hungover from the beat down we gave Dallas.

This has an ass-kicking written all over it.

But if we do somehow win this one, watch out. Its likely we won't lose another game this season.
I'd bet against you. The Saints know about the history between these two clubs and whatever that drama was a couple of years ago between Payton and Harbaugh regarding practices still resonates with Payton.

So you saying that if the Saints win this, you're confident that they go into Seattle and beat that team?
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I'd bet against you. The Saints know about the history between these two clubs and whatever that drama was a couple of years ago between Payton and Harbaugh regarding practices still resonates with Payton.

So you saying that if the Saints win this, you're confident that they go into Seattle and beat that team?
Absolutely, I'd have no doubt about it. But its just a gut feel and I've been wrong before.
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Old 11-13-2013, 10:20 AM   #27
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I think this is going to be an ugly game all around. We have real problems with teams who sport anything above an average quality front 7, and SF does. Counter to that, we also have a real problem with teams whose offensive line knows how to run block, and SF does. We do not win games when trench warfare determines the battles. Even without any 'hangover' this will be a struggle.
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I may be VERY wrong, but something tells me the o-line and running game got a much needed confidence boost against Dallas. That doesn't mean that we get 150 or 200 against the 49ers, but I think we get around 100 - just enough to keep them off guard.


And most importantly, we have something we did not in the 2011 playoffs and 2012 game - a SOLID defense.

We are right there with the 49ers in terms of scoring D.
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2011
W-Saints 62, Indy 7
next game
L-Saints 21, Rams (0-6) 31


2010
W-Saints 31, Tampa 6
next game...
L-Saints 17, Cleveland (2-5) 30
In both of those games Drew played terrible. 2 int vs Rams and 4 int vs browns.
Maybe we overlooked those 2 teams but no way in hell can you overlook the ninety farters.
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Wow - anyone know SF is 32nd in passing offense??? Hope that doesn't change Sunday.

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