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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Drew is playing dreadful this o-line plus drops this is his second game back Peat & Lelito were getting whipped all game 4 sacks three from Fletcher Cox Drew was just drinking lemonade in the pocket huh? Run Game WHAT ...

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Old 10-11-2015, 05:59 PM   #21
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Drew is playing dreadful this o-line plus drops this is his second game back Peat & Lelito were getting whipped all game 4 sacks three from Fletcher Cox Drew was just drinking lemonade in the pocket huh? Run Game WHAT Run Game? He didn't play perfect by far but this O-line was dreadful not Drew
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Originally Posted by WillSaints81 View Post
So the defense gave up a bunch of yards in the first half, they also got two turnovers. The defense has done a much better job preventing TDs compared to last year. Yes, they give up yards but they have limited points the best they could. Week 1 they kept giving Brees the ball back and the saints could do nothing with it and eventually the cards burned us. Week 2, I know Brees was hurt. Brees used to be able to get a TD one out every two possessions. Things have changed. I know the defense needs to be better. But I am concerned about our offense.

I remember with the old saints offense, if they are able to put up points in the first half and have a lead over the offense, the defense eventually picks it up in the second half to put the game away. An example was the GB game in 08 and 14. NE in 09 also. The offense set up the defense. That's not how it is now. We want the defense to set up the offense. But here's something else however.............

We quit going for it! We could have went for it on 4th down at that goal line. Take that to Deke and Bobby before their show is over.

Another thing Payton doesn't obviously listen to the radio shows or read the forums during the season. If he did, he would see what we want. I think that's his kryptonite he doesn't have our interests at heart.
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Old 10-11-2015, 06:14 PM   #23
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sean payton philosophy: Bring new defensive coordinator but keep Vitt, Johnson... They are doing such a great job...
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Old 10-11-2015, 06:16 PM   #24
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I assume you are referring to Ellerbe & Hawthorne? Ellerbe was flat out awful today. Anthony is gonna be fine, however it's hard for him to do his job while trying to help others who are not in proper position to make plays.

We need better talent to complement the young guys. The D line is super soft.
It's the scheme and coaching, not the players. This team has far more talent than any other year defensively yet they suck. Look to the coaching before you look to the players because every single player is playing the same and they all don't suck that bad; which leads to why coaching is the answer.
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Build your team around your Big Guys and Muah Perfecto, O-line D-Line we need playmakers at least one on each side Cameron Jordan is starting to look average in the pass rush department he was invisible so was Kikaha Why was Hawthorne checking TE's Noticed Bobby didn't play Browner smh good pick though thanks to Bradford because he was Beat Swann and Breaux played ok we NEED A PASS RUSH consistently somebody anybody. Ellerbe looks slow I do think we are better than those numbers indicated But players need to be held accountable they're on the field at the end of the day
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The position coaches need to be looked at With three magnifying glasses this offseason
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Drew is playing dreadful this o-line plus drops this is his second game back Peat & Lelito were getting whipped all game 4 sacks three from Fletcher Cox Drew was just drinking lemonade in the pocket huh? Run Game WHAT Run Game? He didn't play perfect by far but this O-line was dreadful not Drew
He was dreadful, buddy. The O-line has it's problems but Drew is playing like crap. You can't hold the ball all day. I keep bringing this up... Luke McCown went up against a far superior defense and played much better than what we've been seeing from Drew. He had the same line to work with. He stepped up or rolled out when he had to. He made his reads and threw to the open man, and didn't stare down receivers and take a nap in the pocket waiting for his guy to get open.

Drew has his own job to do. The line gets all the criticism it deserves. Drew should get no less treatment.
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If I had a nickel for every time I heard that, the NFL would fine and suspend me.
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Old 10-11-2015, 06:56 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by WillSaints81 View Post
So if the defense was better we would win in Arizona week 1 without scoring again........
We've played other teams aside from Arizona. I haven't seen one person say our offense was blameless. But the defense isn't good. We've lost to the freaking Bucs, a Carolina team who was almost void of any offensive weapons, then we managed to barely beat the Cowboys' practice squad.

Then we all saw what happened today. The whole team is garbage right now.
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He was dreadful, buddy. The O-line has it's problems but Drew is playing like crap. You can't hold the ball all day. I keep bringing this up... Luke McCown went up against a far superior defense and played much better than what we've been seeing from Drew. He had the same line to work with. He stepped up or rolled out when he had to. He made his reads and threw to the open man, and didn't stare down receivers and take a nap in the pocket waiting for his guy to get open.

Drew has his own job to do. The line gets all the criticism it deserves. Drew should get no less treatment.
he did not have the same line, he had evans and armistead, A. and B go back and watch the game. the online played way better that game.

Why the hell do you think we kept throwing in the flat, because we cant give enough time to let lays develop. you have lost your mind
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Old 10-11-2015, 07:11 PM   #30
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he did not have the same line, he had evans and armistead, A. and B go back and watch the game. the online played way better that game.

Why the hell do you think we kept throwing in the flat, because we cant give enough time to let lays develop. you have lost your mind
He didn't have that line in this game, but he had it in the others, with the exception of Evans in the last game who, oh by the way, has played horribly. Yet what were the results?

Why the hell do I think we kept throwing the ball in the flat? Because he could barely throw the ball down the field. Did you miss that part? He has had time to do what he needs to do. Stop making lame excuses. I'm watching the same game as you, and he's not being pressured near to the degree some of you make it sound. He refuses to step into his lanes. He backed up into a couple of sacks. Linemen can't block guys all over the field. You have to help them out sometimes.

My mind is working just fine. Go back, yourself, and watch the Carolina game and see Luke moving around the Pocket. Go look at the other games with Drew and see him throwing wounded ducks. I'm in here agreeing with your original post, and suddenly you want to jump on my post because I'm not bowing to Drew? That gets old.

If I had a nickel for every time I heard that, the NFL would fine and suspend me.
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