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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by SaintsBro The whole defense routinely got away with this type of stuff in Seattle, and almost never got called. Change of scenery and uniform has not done him any favors. My thought exactly! That's the way he ...

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Old 11-02-2015, 08:40 AM   #31
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The whole defense routinely got away with this type of stuff in Seattle, and almost never got called. Change of scenery and uniform has not done him any favors.
My thought exactly! That's the way he played when he was with the Seahawks and they were very seldom penalized! Hopefully he can learn that the rules do apply when you're with another team!
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Old 11-02-2015, 09:32 AM   #32
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Being an LSU fan aswell, I've watched Odell for a while. One thing he is not is physical. He's a great athlete, and he can make the circus catch, but he's not a guy who typically deals with a lot of physicality, unlike his old teammate, Jarvis Landry, who is one of the toughest dude's I've ever seen on a football field.

Breaux is very physical, sometimes to a fault, though he actually has cover skills unlike Browner. I expected that it would be very hard for Beckham to get many big plays on him. I thought Breaux's style of play would wear on him. But Delvin got sucked into so many traps (rubs) and things like that, he was rarely in position to make a play. And the long touchdown he gave up was a total misjudgement of the flight of the ball. To sum it up, he gets really clumsy at times. All the talent is there, and I do recognize that he's young. This is just an observation of what I see right now.

And Eli is not a Hall of Famer, by the way. If he got in that would be on name only.
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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 11-02-2015, 09:37 AM   #33
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Breaux is very physical, sometimes to a fault, though he actually has cover skills unlike Browner. I expected that it would be very hard for Beckham to get many big plays on him. I thought Breaux's style of play would wear on him. But Delvin got sucked into so many traps (rubs) and things like that, he was rarely in position to make a play. And the long touchdown he gave up was a total misjudgement of the flight of the ball. To sum it up, he gets really clumsy at times. All the talent is there, and I do recognize that he's young. This is just an observation of what I see right now.
Agree, and to steal an overused phrase from Payton, we'll get that cleaned up.

The future is so bright for this kid, he just has to break some of those old CFL habits.

I'll bet he practices on that rub play all freaking week long.
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Yall ready for this?

The defense ROCKED yesterday.
How many times did they STUFF the run?
I saw pressure, aggressiveness, and of lot of great play from the D.
2 of the Giants TDs were freak accidents, the last passing TD was a pinpoint laser from Manning, and a Lynn Swann catch.
People, Eli Manning, and his receivers, particularly the guy from Newman,
were on fire! The '85 Bears couldnt have kept these guys out of the endzone.
Mostly, Like Marques Colston. They got it done, when it counted. Giants last
series was a PUNT.

This D has come a long way, and will get better.
Very encouraged.
call me crazy.

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Old 11-02-2015, 09:48 AM   #35
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Originally Posted by skymike View Post
Yall ready for this?

The defense ROCKED yesterday.
How many times did they STUFF the run?
I saw pressure, aggressiveness, and of lot of great play from the D.
2 of the Giants TDs were freak accidents, the last passing TD was a pinpoint laser from Manning, and a Lynn Swann catch.
People, Eli Manning, and his receivers, particularly the guy from Newman,
were on fire! The '85 Bears couldnt have kept these guys out of the endzone.
Mostly, Like Marques Colston. They got it done, when it counted. Giants last
series was a PUNT.

This D has come a long way, and will get better.
Very encouraged.
call me crazy.
You're right. You don't need to be an expert to see how close this defense is to putting it together. Tons more great plays than we've seen in the past.

We look like an unguided missle. We're close, very close to becoming a solid defense.

Did ya'll know that both Kikaha and Humber left with injuries yesterday?

We played with Anthony, Edebali and Mauti for a lot of the game.
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Old 11-02-2015, 09:53 AM   #36
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350 passing
87 rushing

437 total yards

even with taking all the penilities into account we have a long long way to go.
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Old 11-02-2015, 11:36 AM   #37
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Damn dawg u need to get your head out of your butt. Browner.
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Originally Posted by skymike View Post
Yall ready for this?

The defense ROCKED yesterday.
How many times did they STUFF the run?
I saw pressure, aggressiveness, and of lot of great play from the D.
2 of the Giants TDs were freak accidents, the last passing TD was a pinpoint laser from Manning, and a Lynn Swann catch.
People, Eli Manning, and his receivers, particularly the guy from Newman,
were on fire! The '85 Bears couldnt have kept these guys out of the endzone.
Mostly, Like Marques Colston. They got it done, when it counted. Giants last
series was a PUNT.

This D has come a long way, and will get better.
Very encouraged.
call me crazy.
Finally, someone who saw it the way I did. I know the D gave up a lot yesterday but they looked good on a lot of plays. The run D looked better than it had and when you get two QB's as dialed in as Brees and Manning were, you're right, the '85 Bears, the Steel Curtain, the Doomsday Defense, you name them, couldn't have stopped that show those two put on.
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Re: Brandon Browner

Originally Posted by skymike View Post
Yall ready for this?

The defense ROCKED yesterday.
How many times did they STUFF the run?
I saw pressure, aggressiveness, and of lot of great play from the D.
2 of the Giants TDs were freak accidents, the last passing TD was a pinpoint laser from Manning, and a Lynn Swann catch.
People, Eli Manning, and his receivers, particularly the guy from Newman,
were on fire! The '85 Bears couldnt have kept these guys out of the endzone.
Mostly, Like Marques Colston. They got it done, when it counted. Giants last
series was a PUNT.

This D has come a long way, and will get better.
Very encouraged.
call me crazy.
Dunbar who was signed like yesterday just rocked that RB near the goal line. We got 2 sacks from backups. Jenkins looked solid in the middle just beating up the C at times. Kevin Williams had a great start to the game.

The two rub play TDs are tough to deal with when you are in man. If we wer in zone those would not be scores.
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Old 11-02-2015, 12:42 PM   #40
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We played with Anthony, Edebali and Mauti for a lot of the game.
+1. These guys are very encouraging... Edebali was blocked and Eli was in his grasp ... dude reached around the man in front of him and brought Manning to the ground. Outstanding individual effort.

Check out this stat on Anthony ...

Ranked - 9th in terms of total tackles at the position.
Passes defended - 2nd overall.
Overall tackles - 17th in all of the NFL

This guy is a ROOKIE. Wait until Jeff Ireland get us a nasty DE/NT alongside of him.

Side note: I thought Kevin Williams played like a grown a#$ man yesterday.

Trust and believe .
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