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Old 12-04-2017, 08:35 PM   #41
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Re: An analyzation of this season in terms of wins and losses

Its just a fancy word for analysis.
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Re: An analyzation of this season in terms of wins and losses

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Old 12-04-2017, 09:46 PM   #43
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Re: An analyzation of this season in terms of wins and losses

Originally Posted by WillSaints81 View Post
Don't you even dare try to discredit me as not wanting the team to win.
Don't worry, I think you have to have some credit before you can be discredited.
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Old 12-04-2017, 10:26 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by WillSaints81 View Post
You pull up a post that was before the season even started and use it against me?
Absolutely. I'm trying to make a point.
I'm sure we all saw a Rodgers injury happening week 7, which had that not happened, we would have been 4-3 against the bucs.

Also, when the saints went 0-2 there were press reports saying they could not go 0-3. The 0-2 start woke them up, along with two games to help the defense. Miami is not a good team and was not when we played them either.

I certainly did not have us losing to Detroit and Chicago. Minnesota and Green Bay were virtually trade-offs.

I did get the bills game wrong, but let's wait until after the jets game to see if that is another trade-off. The point was not who we lost to, it's the records.

Trust me when I say this, we would not have come back and beaten Washington if we were 4-5 going into that game. A winning record was why we played harder. The team the last few years simply gave up emotionally and didn't care. In fact this whole season has exposed the saints the last two years where they never tried hard enough to win the tough games. They are only doing it now because they have a top ten defense(pull up that post why don't you since I basically said the team needed a top 10, NOT a top 20).

Everything I said was not a certain prediction it was questioning if we would get over the hump. Would we continue going 7-9 with 0-2 swing records and losing/.500 division records along with turning 4-4 into 4-6 or would we change things by undoing those things. We were never at risk for 4-4 week 9 because Rodgers got hurt and gave us a free win against the packers. I didn't expect us to get swept by Carolina because it was too soon and didn't expect Atlanta because of the recent history, so if anyone was going to sweep us should we have had another one of those seasons it was going to be TB. And it was that win that signified playoffs to me as I even pointed out the bucs was a must-win. The Washington game became a determination of if we were going to be a division winner or wild card team.
My point is you do all this prognositication and just like most who proport to know the future, have a bunch of erronenous predictions when time comes to pass. But unlike media talking heads who are paid to make silly predictions and are smart enough not to mention it again, you continue to bang the drum like the Energizer Bunny. Just like marking GB as an automatic loss, and now trying to cover up with Rodgers absence.

This is the NFL. Nothing about past performance has any indication of future performance. This is illustrated by the fact that each and every year there is a worst to first in some division (It's Philly this year) and that there is signficant turnover of playoff teams from year to year, such as this year where it's likely to have at least 3 new division winners with the possibility that none of the 6 NFC playoff contenders from last year may be in the tournament this time around.

So I just want to make it clear that it flat pisses me off when you bring drivel that has losses attached to it. This Saints squad can compete with anyone in the NFL. The combined record of the teams we currently have losses to is 29-7 with all three leading their divisions and two of them are currently the #1 seeds in their respective conferences. And with all that we're still at most 1 game behind in the loss column to all 3.

I would have been fine if you left your crap guesses back in September. But yet after 12 games of evidence and coming off a Saints win, you come back yesterday with more crap "analyzation" with losses attached.

And as you took the time to point out in my thread that you can post whatever the **** you want, that same philosophy applies to everyone else too.

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Old 12-04-2017, 10:32 PM   #45
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Re: An analyzation of this season in terms of wins and losses

Originally Posted by Danno View Post
Its just a fancy word for analysis.
It sure sounds like a word that requires some bending over. So when it comes to Will...



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Old 12-05-2017, 10:51 PM   #46
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Absolutely. I'm trying to make a point.





My point is you do all this prognositication and just like most who proport to know the future, have a bunch of erronenous predictions when time comes to pass. But unlike media talking heads who are paid to make silly predictions and are smart enough not to mention it again, you continue to bang the drum like the Energizer Bunny. Just like marking GB as an automatic loss, and now trying to cover up with Rodgers absence.

This is the NFL. Nothing about past performance has any indication of future performance. This is illustrated by the fact that each and every year there is a worst to first in some division (It's Philly this year) and that there is signficant turnover of playoff teams from year to year, such as this year where it's likely to have at least 3 new division winners with the possibility that none of the 6 NFC playoff contenders from last year may be in the tournament this time around.

So I just want to make it clear that it flat pisses me off when you bring drivel that has losses attached to it. This Saints squad can compete with anyone in the NFL. The combined record of the teams we currently have losses to is 29-7 with all three leading their divisions and two of them are currently the #1 seeds in their respective conferences. And with all that we're still at most 1 game behind in the loss column to all 3.

I would have been fine if you left your crap guesses back in September. But yet after 12 games of evidence and coming off a Saints win, you come back yesterday with more crap "analyzation" with losses attached.

And as you took the time to point out in my thread that you can post whatever the **** you want, that same philosophy applies to everyone else too.

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Well if you think we win in Green Bay with a healthy Rodgers given that game was not even a blowout until the fourth quarter....I don't know what to tell you. Even Tom Brady loses there. Seattle loses there.

So I don't get paid to analyze, big deal. It is something I have wanted to do, and I do have superstitions because they are apart of sports. But why is my opinions getting dragged through the mud. I have made these predictions in 2012, 2013, 2014. I came to this board because the bountygate scandal ruined the ESPN saints forum in 2012. (Vrillon was posting there so he knows all about it).
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Old 12-06-2017, 09:16 AM   #47
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Well if you think we win in Green Bay with a healthy Rodgers given that game was not even a blowout until the fourth quarter....I don't know what to tell you. Even Tom Brady loses there. Seattle loses there.
I really don't care what other teams do. I do care about the fact that this 2017 edition of the Saints believe that they can beat anyone in the NFL, anywhere, any time. And with a 9-1 record since the middle of September, this squad has delivered the goods to back this up.
So I don't get paid to analyze, big deal. It is something I have wanted to do, and I do have superstitions because they are apart of sports. But why is my opinions getting dragged through the mud. I have made these predictions in 2012, 2013, 2014. I came to this board because the bountygate scandal ruined the ESPN saints forum in 2012. (Vrillon was posting there so he knows all about it).
Again, I really don't care about anything other than your awful habit of predicting losses for games that have not yet been played. Confidence is more important than any of the stupersitions you believe in order to predict future losses. Fortunately I'm sure everyone in the Saints organization ignores all of us. Unfortunately, unlike the smarter people in this forum, I refuse to ignore you and the drivel that you continually post. I'm going to continue to challenge it.

While as you have pointed out, you can post whatever the **** that you want, I politely suggest (once again) limit your analysis of future games to matchups, and feel free to analyze completed games ((both wins and losses) to your heart's content.BUT DAMMIT WILL!!! STOP PREDICTING FUTURE LOSSES! That is a stuperstition that both could have a impact, and more importantly ruins the fan experience for those of us that want to see the Saints march to another Mardi Gras party with the Lombardi. Which with your thought process, since the Saints had never won a SB before 2009, means that they never would.

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