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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by dizzle88 Spiller is much better than Cadet. Yeah Cadet might know the playbook better than any RB on our team, that is worthless if you can't catch when the ball comes your way. Spiller's weakness is that ...

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Old 09-18-2016, 05:38 PM   #321
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Spiller is much better than Cadet.

Yeah Cadet might know the playbook better than any RB on our team, that is worthless if you can't catch when the ball comes your way.
Spiller's weakness is that he struggles catching the ball out of the backfield. That has always been the book on him. The mistake was picking him up and trying to turn him into a Reggie Bush or a Darren Sproles.
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Old 09-18-2016, 05:53 PM   #322
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all in all given the secondary depletion they hung in pretty well. Rush is still a big issue.

OL once again was so so... so RB were the same. sos so

WR had way to many drops.

Fleener just can not jump.

Crawley played better but folded once again in crunch time.

So 0-2, back home for the falclowns.
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If we don't get a FG blocked, we win the game.
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all in all given the secondary depletion they hung in pretty well. Rush is still a big issue.

OL once again was so so... so RB were the same. sos so

WR had way to many drops.

Fleener just can not jump.

Crawley played better but folded once again in crunch time.

So 0-2, back home for the falclowns.
Well, he is white, you know.
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If we don't get a FG blocked, we win the game.
This is true.
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Old 09-18-2016, 06:01 PM   #326
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Originally Posted by SmashMouth View Post
If we don't get a FG blocked, we win the game.
I know. I try not to play the 'what if' game, but I'm allowing myself to do it with these guys. Young team. Trying to come together. Tons and more tons of adversity. We are either terrible or we're learning and this will pay off.

And I DO NOT think this is a 'terrible' team. I'm all in. On board. Hundred percent. Deal Saintfan in!

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If we don't get a FG blocked, we win the game.
Very easy to say that, if we had gotten any points at all from the turnovers we would have won.

We threw away a game within our grasp, defense played admirably all day but Crawley messed up for the second straight week with the game on the line.
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Very easy to say that, if we had gotten any points at all from the turnovers we would have won.

We threw away a game within our grasp, defense played admirably all day but Crawley messed up for the second straight week with the game on the line.
Crawley wouldn't have been in the game at that point if it wasn't for injuries to Breaux and Williams. That cannot be helped.
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Spiller's weakness is that he struggles catching the ball out of the backfield. That has always been the book on him. The mistake was picking him up and trying to turn him into a Reggie Bush or a Darren Sproles.
it dont matter now anyway but for a guy who loves so called facts Spiller had over 1400 yrds catching the ball in 5 yrs while cadet has less than 600 in 4 yrs .


Cadet has dropped several passes the past two weeks.why do people like this guy is beyond me nothing special at all
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Spiller also had worse guys throwing him the ball cadet had had Drew and Tom Brady and that's a couple of fun facts
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