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Old 10-19-2015, 09:18 AM   #31
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Oh brother. We're doing this again? Jesus. If its not Brees its Payton. If its not Payton its Ingram. Good hell. So this week if Ingram lights up the field and we win again who is the next player to get torn apart? Wait....let me guess....Ben Watson cause he dropped a pass? Or how about The long snapper?

Ingram is not a bad RB. You guys just want someone or something to ***** about.
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Old 10-19-2015, 09:47 AM   #33
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Ingram has been running hard with effort. I like him, but would love to see Robinson have the majority of carries.
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Old 10-19-2015, 10:07 AM   #34
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Oh brother. We're doing this again? Jesus. If its not Brees its Payton. If its not Payton its Ingram. Good hell. So this week if Ingram lights up the field and we win again who is the next player to get torn apart? Wait....let me guess....Ben Watson cause he dropped a pass? Or how about The long snapper?

Ingram is not a bad RB. You guys just want someone or something to ***** about.
thinking the same thing.
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Old 10-19-2015, 04:55 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by Tobias-Reiper View Post
Oh, yes, Ivory. That future HoFer, who has broken rushing record after rushing record and led the Jets to 2 SB's on a row.


Ingram hate is simple to discern:

1. Bama guy.
2. Saints used 2 1st round picks to get him and he's not Adrian Peterson. How dare he 2 picks be used on him!
I couldn't care less that he came out of BAMA.
Are you inferring that using 2 picks on Ingram was a good Idea?

You can hate on Ivory all you want but there is no doubt he is the better RB.
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Old 10-19-2015, 05:10 PM   #36
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Originally Posted by Tobias-Reiper View Post
"Stout" rushing defense? They just let Devonta Freeman run for 153 the week prior.

Speaking of how many yards Ivory had today, how many yards did he have last year? How about the year before?

Your last sentence makes no sense, btw.

It doesn't matter which running back is behind Ingram. It's the same sentiment because, again, he's from Bama and the Saints used 2 picks to select him.
I am sure you wouldn't bring up the YPC that Ivory has.

Really can't harp on the whole "Ivory is made of glass" saying either, Ingram has only finished 1 season without injury.
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Old 10-19-2015, 05:31 PM   #37
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You missed the edit button, I see :hihi:

Originally Posted by blackangold View Post
I am sure you wouldn't bring up the YPC that Ivory has.
Sure. I can bring them. So?

Really can't harp on the whole "Ivory is made of glass" saying either, Ingram has only finished 1 season without injury.
Who is harping on anything?

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Are you inferring that using 2 picks on Ingram was a good Idea?
Could you please explain to me, what sort of reasoning you used to even suggest I am inferring anything of the sort?

You can hate on Ivory all you want but there is no doubt he is the better RB.
I am not hating on Ivory. Seems it is more the case of peeps still being in love with Ivory, 2 years after he left the team. 2 years go by, he doesn't do ****. 2 years later, he has a couple good games, and again "Ivory, Ivory, Ivory".
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Old 10-19-2015, 07:35 PM   #38
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OK here is a Stat Line:

Mark Ingram - 307 yds 4 TD 3.5 YPC / 27 Rec 230 yds

He has 537 all purpose yards on the year. His YPC is down from last year, but our o-line stinks and anyone that argues that is blind. He's second on the team in receptions and first in YAC.

Sorry, I don't think he's doing bad at all. Ivory doesn't play for the Saints anymore, so I don't care what his stat line is, nor do I care how good or bad he is doing. I care about what the Saints are doing, not the Jets or Ivory.

Robinson is a great change of pace back. His YPC is slightly more (3.9) but Ingram is much more versatile (see the receptions and YAC). Robinson is a good #2, but he's definitely not "better" than Ingram.

Just my 2 cents.
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Old 10-19-2015, 08:45 PM   #39
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Ingram is a good football player.
But he just doesnt excite me.

I get much more pumped when Khiry Robinson gets the ball, and flies
around like he has icy hot in his jock.

It reminds me of a QB we had in the 80s named Dave Wilson. (not wade, Dave. Bum team.) D. Wilson had a classic build, good pedigree, Illinois, I think. Good mechanics. Probably a great student. Did everything right technically. He lines up behind center. 3 and out and not even a fight.

In steps Bobby Hebert for mop-up duty. Hebert runs around like he's starting a riot, fights his way into a pocket, stiff-arms a LB, runs some more. Throws a cannon shot across the field, to a guy he had no business throwing to. Guy accidently catches it. Scores. We go FREAKIN NUTS!
Saints lower the loss margin to 28.

All I ever hear from guys my age about Bobby is negative now, but you're lyin arses were booing Dave Wilson, and screaming for Hebert to start, just like I was, and when he got in--- we thought, for good reason, that we had a shot. I think he's great, and i dont give a damn what yall think.

Anyway, we like guys like Pierre Thomas, who FIGHT for it. Put the stupid Heisman Trophy in its case, your salary sheet in a desk, and let put the guys
on the field who want to play FOOTBALL.

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Old 10-21-2015, 07:23 PM   #40
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Can anyone explain why we have C.J. Spiller on this team if Payton won't use him? It can't be that he really sees Ingram as a superior RB, can it?

I don't get it.
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