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Old 03-07-2015, 11:11 PM   #1
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Re: The Case For Trading Drew Brees

Seriously, the writer needs to go **** in one hand and wish in the other and let us know how that turns out for him
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Old 03-08-2015, 01:08 AM   #3
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The experts don't like rooting for players who don't have long unless they are Brady or Manning who have bigger resumes. They are anxious to get to "the next big thing" and use Brees' age and decline to do so. How many times do we have to hear the experts diss Bree while still act like Matt Ryan will be elite someday and he will go to the next level. We hear it every year. Plan and simple, people want us to fail because Brees is no longer young and at the beginning of a HOF career.

Also, people believe their own lies saying Brees has had elite receivers. I mean they believe Colston and Moore would have been number 1s for other teams. Thats just not the case. But they believe that.
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That's crazy. You don't tank a season in the NFL anyway, unless you have a rookie QB and gotta start him. The Saints are, like many other teams in the NFL, a couple players away from being Super Bowl champs. Brees played in the Pro Bowl last season so I think he's still pretty good. We shouldn't allow any more of these threads because Brees aint going anywhere.
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Also, people believe their own lies saying Brees has had elite receivers. I mean they believe Colston and Moore would have been number 1s for other teams. Thats just not the case. But they believe that.
I remember hearing that in 2011 when people were saying that Rodgers is much better and deserved his MVP over Brees breaking every record known to man. He only had Finley,Jennigs,Nelson and Cobb as receivers where as Brees had a elite group and Jimmy Graham
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Old 03-08-2015, 05:18 AM   #6
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As good as our receivers played, they could not go to another team and be a number one or even be mildly successful. They were successful in 2011 especially because Brees had great protection and he threw them open.

Just look what happened when the Chargers massively overpaid for Robert Meachem, he lasted like one season there!
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Completely agree
Brees had allday behind that line and then had Sproles ad PT as a safety valves too.That team should have one everything.
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Old 03-08-2015, 08:53 AM   #8
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Re: The Case For Trading Drew Brees

i understand the business veiw point here

but i look at the draft and i do not see a QB worth the risk. Winston is way over rated by the analysis IMO. dude threw way to many Ints last year that left you wondering what the ....

Maroito is a bit of a project

Next year is a different story. Conner Cooks is on the board. So unless the saints pull a magic rabbit out of their hat in FA it would be a season of Tanking to do it this year.

he is not getting any younger and if your looking for a trade in value the time is running out to get an above the market return on the investment.

Drew retires and walks of the field in the super dome after playing his last game would be a thing of beauty also.

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Glad this reporter isn't running the team. What a fool! Unfortunately, we just had too many injuries in the secondary last season.
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As Tampa. We obviously don't tank seasons...
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