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Old 12-03-2017, 10:18 PM   #1
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What we learned from the Saints' 31-21 win over the Panthers

I disagree with #5. Hill's fumble COULD have been a killer; it wasn't

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We learned that we are a bad arse team!

Snead is coming around.

That we can play without Lattimore using Crawley and Moore.

That Kamara will win ROY!
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Old 12-04-2017, 02:15 AM   #3
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OK Kmara time. All day every Saints evaluation started and ended with Kmara talk. The Panthers pre-game spoke strictly of gameplanning to stop Kmara. They have the best defensive player and LB in the NFL in Luke Kuechly. Their LB core just like their D is elite and they have a highly respected defensive minded coach. They were ranked #3 in the NFL vs the run. 1st Saints series=Kmara unstoppable again. Saints 7-0. How good is Kmara? Does he remind you of another back ever? In results yes. Reggie Bush, Marshall Faulk, Eric Metcalf. But all those guys were blazing fast with wiggle and elusiveness. Kmara runs straight ahead, standing tall, looking skinny and relaxed always. Running style kind of like Dickerson, no body lean, never looking fast but blowing by people. Never getting arm tackled or hit cleanly Kmara breaks tackles and always falls forward. The Saints just had the best draft in franchise history. 5 starters 1 rookie of the year. Best rookie defender-Lattimore. Best offensive and overall rookie-Kmara. Ramczyk-starter. Hendrickson-starter. Marcus Williams. Starter.
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Old 12-04-2017, 02:25 AM   #4
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Re: What we learned from the Saints' 31-21 win over the Panthers

How about keeping the streak alive! Crawley 9-0 while activated
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We learned that a frustrated Cam makes him silent like a child sleeping on a cloud of pillows with a Get Smart Dome.
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- Kamara is a true difference maker.
- PJ stepped up after getting in the doghouse and benched.
- Peat just lines up and competes.
- Crawley is 9-0.
- Finally a Snead sighting. Lost his "parachute."
- Jordan, Robertson and Klein play with fire and passion.
- 2nd and 1. Just run the dang ball.
- Thanks Vikings. Hope to see you again.
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I disagree with #5. Hill's fumble COULD have been a killer; it wasn't

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Still hard to put all the blame on Hill for that fumble. The defender threw a perfect punch right on the ball. That's a 1 in 10 shot that landed perfect to knock the ball out. It wasn't just a hand in there for a strip, it was a straight punch.
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Still hard to put all the blame on Hill for that fumble. The defender threw a perfect punch right on the ball. That's a 1 in 10 shot that landed perfect to knock the ball out. It wasn't just a hand in there for a strip, it was a straight punch.
I don't know..he fumbled it so his fault, really does not matter how it popped out. One thing though, he was fighting for YAC when it really was not needed at that point. We had a strong lead. Just get the 1st down and keep things moving and protect the ball.

There is nothing wrong with going down with a strong lead and already being thin at the position.
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Re: What we learned from the Saints' 31-21 win over the Panthers

We learned that AJ Klein is destined to never catch a pass that hits him square in the hands.
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Still hard to put all the blame on Hill for that fumble. The defender threw a perfect punch right on the ball. That's a 1 in 10 shot that landed perfect to knock the ball out. It wasn't just a hand in there for a strip, it was a straight punch.
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I don't know..he fumbled it so his fault, really does not matter how it popped out. One thing though, he was fighting for YAC when it really was not needed at that point. We had a strong lead. Just get the 1st down and keep things moving and protect the ball.

There is nothing wrong with going down with a strong lead and already being thin at the position.
Not Hill's first rodeo with a fumble. Hopefully it's his last.
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