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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by AsylumGuido Someone tell me if any of this is worth the time, ok? It never is Guido. However it is worth the time to imagine the looks on anyone's face who actually does try to make sense ...

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Old 11-25-2017, 09:07 PM   #21
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Someone tell me if any of this is worth the time, ok?
It never is Guido. However it is worth the time to imagine the looks on anyone's face who actually does try to make sense of his drivel.
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Old 11-26-2017, 02:01 AM   #22
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Re: Analysis: No Marshon Lattimore or Ken Crawley means Saints face major challenge vs. pass-happy Rams

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But the Rams are missing their only reliable WR.
Saints look awesome. Lots of challenges for the Rams, however, no way is this statement accurate.

Woods is great, but itís not like he is the only WR.
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Stopping Kupp will be huge this game...Goff will look for him even more without Woods.

Austin? Ehh...we've got more speed at safety & LB than before, but Kupp just gets open.

Oh yeah...Stop Gurley Early.
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Old 11-26-2017, 01:42 PM   #24
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Re: Analysis: No Marshon Lattimore or Ken Crawley means Saints face major challenge vs. pass-happy Rams

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Stopping Kupp will be huge this game...Goff will look for him even more without Woods.

Austin? Ehh...we've got more speed at safety & LB than before, but Kupp just gets open.

Oh yeah...Stop Gurley Early.
Oh hell, just stop all of'em!
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Old 11-26-2017, 01:55 PM   #25
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Re: Analysis: No Marshon Lattimore or Ken Crawley means Saints face major challenge vs. pass-happy Rams

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Rams have just as many guys banged up as the Saints. They're super thin at CB as well. Again, I expect a double digit win by the Black and Gold.
While I think we still win, and I agree they are super thin also..... our defense is far more dependent on good CB play than theirs is. We don't get a ton of pressure up front and one of the reasons our defense has done so well is that we've played blanket coverage.
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Old 11-26-2017, 01:55 PM   #26
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Re: Analysis: No Marshon Lattimore or Ken Crawley means Saints face major challenge vs. pass-happy Rams

It was a tough game before this. Now it's even harder. No one is giving us a shot. Obviously both the D and the O need to be "ON" for this game.
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Allen really needs to be creative today, and we have to have guys on D taking chances. If we just try to line up on D and play we will be in deep trouble.

This is a game for Brees to win. Yeah, we have run all over everybody, but #9 is still our best weapon. If he doesn't force it today, we outlast them.
Saints 38-35
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Re: Analysis: No Marshon Lattimore or Ken Crawley means Saints face major challenge vs. pass-happy Rams

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The under won.

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Re: Analysis: No Marshon Lattimore or Ken Crawley means Saints face major challenge vs. pass-happy Rams

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Stopping Kupp will be huge this game...Goff will look for him even more without Woods.
Yep, you called it. He made some nice catches. I was concerned about him as well. Runs good routes and can get open (something our guys not named Thomas can't do).
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