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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Again, like I said...I am watching them tackle, and they are getting instantly deep in the backfield on running plays, and on passing plays they are contesting the ball both at the point of passing and at the receiver on ...

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Old 12-15-2013, 03:22 PM   #11
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Again, like I said...I am watching them tackle, and they are getting instantly deep in the backfield on running plays, and on passing plays they are contesting the ball both at the point of passing and at the receiver on EVERY play....same as they did with us. It looks very familiar. I don't know why you can't admit they are a very good team, no matter what team they are playing against.
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I don't know why you can't admit they are a very good team, no matter what team they are playing against.
I never did say anything about them not being a good team, so quit trying to force words in my mouth. I'm just saying that this could be a game if the Giants had any sort of O-Line...
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I look at it like this: this game is Seattle's version of our Jets game...they are getting it done, outdoors, on the road, in a hostile environment, against a not very good team. Meanwhile against the Jets we floundered and flubbered and couldn't get anything going. If you don't want to see the parallel, you won't. Have we had a decisive win like this on the road, against ANY team, this year?
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Have we had a decisive win like this on the road, against ANY team, this year?
I'd say all three of our away wins were decisive wins, a win is a win right? Buccaneers, we came back and won with a field goal, Atlanta was a tough division game which we won. Oh and the Bears was a big defensive win
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The Bears came back and very nearly stole it away at the end....of the three not one of them were decided by more than one score. That's not decisive. That's called just barely eking by.

Seattle is about to go up 23-0 or 19-0 in the 4th quarter. That's decisive.
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The Bears came back and very nearly stole it away at the end....of the three not one of them were decided by more than one score. That's not decisive. That's called just barely eking by.

Seattle is about to go up 23-0 or 19-0 in the 4th quarter. That's decisive.
Well go jump on their bandwagon then, sounds like you already have a seat reserved as it is...
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Ha ha. No thanks. I hate the Seahawks. I just don't eat the cheese is all. I'm sure we will suddenly flip a switch, and be able to magically score more than 34 points on the road in Seattle, when all year long we are averaging 18 points a game against only average teams. And then do it again in the wind and snow, against somebody else in the Super Bowl.
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I'm sure we will suddenly flip a switch, and be able to magically score more than 34 points on the road in Seattle, when all year long we are averaging 18 points a game against only average teams. And then do it again in the wind and snow, against somebody else in the Super Bowl.
I guess we should forfeit our seed and pack in the rest of the season then?
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I mostly worry about Det and 49ers.. Carolina has been exposed the same should happen home or away and the eagles aren't a threat on d. I'm just taking it a game at a time.
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We ain't sca'd of no one. Saints are better than the pack.
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