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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by K Major Trey Hendrickson ... That's a big boy. Looking fwd to seeing what this kid can do....

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Old 05-12-2017, 09:12 PM   #21
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Trey Hendrickson ...

That's a big boy. Looking fwd to seeing what this kid can do.
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Old 05-12-2017, 09:22 PM   #22
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That's a big boy. Looking fwd to seeing what this kid can do.
He better do that number justice!
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He better do that number justice!
It's a sign!!
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Old 05-13-2017, 12:43 AM   #24
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Oh, oh... anchor baby
Lol like the time they put into that one. More there about the talent of his brother and parents that are hair dressers than on him lol.

Seriously though I don't get wasting a roster
Spot on a LS. With all the talent in the NFL it seems another player in a different position could handle that.
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Lol like the time they put into that one. More there about the talent of his brother and parents that are hair dressers than on him lol.

Seriously though I don't get wasting a roster
Spot on a LS. With all the talent in the NFL it seems another player in a different position could handle that.
Sure they could. But would fans and coaches be willing to see the rate of successful long-snaps drop from 99.98% to 96%? That's about what I think the drop off would be.
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Yes I am nearly always optimistic heading into a season, but I'm convinced this is the best roster we have ever had under Payton.
I cant remember being this fired up since maybe 2013?
You said the same thing two years ago about having the most talent ever under SP.

http://blackandgold.com/saints/72740...er-again.html# (Rob Ryan's Defense Is Key for Saints to Become a Contender Again)

Last year right before the year began you felt no one could name 6 teams better than us.
http://blackandgold.com/saints/79463...ontenders.html (Playoff contenders)


Look we have some really nice pieces. I think our oline, especially if Armistead is healthy, is best it has been in quite some time. Like our RB's and that rookie looks like he will do some things. Defense is hard to tell, but should be better than last year. Might get to 20th. I just haven't seen us play a down and we have a lot of what if's right now. I do not think this is the most talented team we have ever had. That was 2011. That said, we are definitely building a team that is going to be very good, and if not this season then we will push for SB over the following two seasons if Drew is still playing at top level. We could push for playoffs this season but the sched is not easy and we are going to have to wait and see.
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It feels like the best roster with the best depth that I can remember. If someone goes down we can truly put up the next man and still be competitive.
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