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Is Brooks Really The Problem?

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Look, here's the deal. The Saints have no discipline. Plain and simple. When you continue to make the same mistakes over and over that means you are not disciplined enough to stop. I know a lot of people want to ...

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Old 10-18-2004, 05:01 PM   #1
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Is Brooks Really The Problem?

Look, here's the deal. The Saints have no discipline. Plain and simple. When you continue to make the same mistakes over and over that means you are not disciplined enough to stop. I know a lot of people want to continue to blame Brooks for what ever reason. But in order for a team to execute on a consistant basis, you need discipline. Tiki Barber was a fumbler before this year. Is that a fluke? I like Haslett, but for some reason, he is not able to put the fear of Haslett in this team. I wish the Saints all of the sucess in the football world, so I'm not being negative here. But folks, it ain't the quarterback. He is a part of the solution if you would take the time and look at his frustrations. They are pretty much the same as ours, but he needs support. Does Joe Horn really need to be told when to celebrate? Does the linebackers need to be told that they are not fast enough so they need to stay at home? Do the front four need to be told they need to play every down like it is their last? Are the Saints auditioning for Los Angeles? Just a thought and a few questions. I surely did not mean to offend or piss anyone off . Geaux Saints!!!
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Old 10-18-2004, 05:43 PM   #2
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Is Brooks Really The Problem?

. I don\'t think anyone who is AB fan should answer that question plus watch out your post

[Edited on 18/10/2004 by bayouking318]

[Edited on 18/10/2004 by JOESAM2002]
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Old 10-18-2004, 10:06 PM   #3
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You make a good point. I\'m not a big Brooks fan, but I do see him running for his life. I say we need to build up our O-line. Winning football games begins there. I do believe he holds onto the ball too long and can\'t hit a receiver in stride, but a little more protection would certainly help him. Still, he was outplayed by Culpepper and then some.
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