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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by ChrisXVI This may be an unpopular opinion based on Goffs stats, but our CBs played fantastic. Other than the big pass to Cooks, Marshon Lattimore wasnt thrown at. Eli Apple quietly took a major step forward as ...

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Old 11-04-2018, 08:18 PM   #11
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This may be an unpopular opinion based on Goffs stats, but our CBs played fantastic. Other than the big pass to Cooks, Marshon Lattimore wasnt thrown at. Eli Apple quietly took a major step forward as our #2. No need to say anything about PJ Williams... He has a well-deserved thread of his own! The coverage issues are almost all on the Three Stooges playing safety.

You want bad CB play? Did you see Marcus Peters?! Hes absolute garbage nowadays.


Yes; our safeties struggle in cover 2 ... I really dont understand it, unless communication is the issue?


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Old 11-04-2018, 08:23 PM   #12
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You want bad CB play? Did you see Marcus Peters?! Hes absolute garbage nowadays.
He was LIT UP !!

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Re: Observations from Saints vs. Rams

  • Impressive first half
  • Rams made adjustments and proved why they are a top team in the NFL with the comeback
  • Impressed that our defense and offense woke up in the 4th quarter (not easy to do and even good teams lose getting too far up in a half)
  • Michael Thomas is a potential hall of fame WR....
  • Michael Thomas' antics in the end zone were the stupidest and most annoying thing I've seen since Joe Horn did the same thing in 2003. It's not the kind of thing our team is about and shows immaturity.
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Old 11-04-2018, 08:32 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Halo View Post
  • Impressive first half
  • Rams made adjustments and proved why they are a top team in the NFL with the comeback
  • Impressed that our defense and offense woke up in the 4th quarter (not easy to do and even good teams lose getting too far up in a half)
  • Michael Thomas is a potential hall of fame WR....
  • Michael Thomas' antics in the end zone were the stupidest and most annoying thing I've seen since Joe Horn did the same thing in 2003. It's not the kind of thing our team is about and shows immaturity.
Thomas' immaturity is starting to worry me, Twitter feuds, switching agents and now the Cell Phone thing. He's a great player but quickly becoming a distraction.
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Old 11-04-2018, 08:33 PM   #15
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Re: Observations from Saints vs. Rams

Am I the only one who doesn’t give a crap about the cell phone thing?
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Old 11-04-2018, 08:35 PM   #16
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More of the same whiny ass bs from clowns fans. I'm so glad I was born a Saints fan.
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Am I the only one who doesnt give a crap about the cell phone thing?
Yeah. I mean admittedly it wasn't smart, but I don't really care. It was a huge play in a huge game, that's what sticks with me.
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Re: Observations from Saints vs. Rams

Some of the comments........ when you live a "falcon's life", what exactly do you smoke to experience that level of delusion???
Does living a "falcon's life" mean it's time to go to bed at 8pm because the school bus comes early and your mom might beat you with her high heel shoe if you're up past 8pm??
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Originally Posted by ChrisXVI View Post
This may be an unpopular opinion based on Goffs stats, but our CBs played fantastic. Other than the big pass to Cooks, Marshon Lattimore wasnt thrown at. Eli Apple quietly took a major step forward as our #2. No need to say anything about PJ Williams... He has a well-deserved thread of his own! The coverage issues are almost all on the Three Stooges playing safety.

You want bad CB play? Did you see Marcus Peters?! Hes absolute garbage nowadays.
I do not think I saw a Safety within yards of the catch today ... last week ... the week before ... must I go on?
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Smith is quietly getting better at WR. Good explosiveness and his body control is great.
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