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Old 08-13-2005, 08:14 PM   #1
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Old 08-13-2005, 08:17 PM   #2
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RE: A Picture (jpeg) of things to come??

The funny thing about it is he was arguably the best Saints quarterback of the night. I have him second behind Kingsbury, but the two both did wonders compared to Brooks and Bouman.
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Old 08-13-2005, 10:06 PM   #3
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AMac looked nervous and gave up on the play too fast before he should have and took off running. He did however drive us to the 5yd line on those scrambles with several first downs and i dont have much of a problem with that. When he did pass the ball (all short passes) they were lasers and right on target in stride except for one endzone pass. He is going to have a bright future.

Klingsbury threw a perfect pass to lewis on his first play for some 50yds, however i cant figure out how anyone caught lewis from behind. The rest of Kliff's passes were all behind the reciever and didnt look that crisp. Id take the athletic phenom with jittery feet over KK any day, and either one of them over Bouman in a heartbeat. Brooks is still much better for this offense at this time than anyone of the other three though, but give the youngsters a chance at backup and cut the bum Bouman. He is so awful.

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Old 08-13-2005, 11:47 PM   #4
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i think he did great im talkin bout a-mac i didnt get to see kliff but i herad he did good .
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I definately agree with the first part of what you wrote Sars, but not entirely with the second part.

Besides that int that Bouman threw, I thought he played well. Remember that the fumble wasn't entirely his fault... it was a blown assignment on Stecker.

I'll be the first one to admit I was wrong on Kliff, but if AB were to get hurt... I definately would rather have Bouman there to fill in. A-Mac definately has tons of potential, but he's not ready. I'd rather go with experience but that's just me. Kliff definately looked good, but do you really think he'd give us a better shot at winning than Bouman?

Anyways, AB has played in 16 games for the past 4 years. If we were to cut Bouman or Kliff, it probably wouldn't make any significance anyways. It's just my personal preference to have Bouman as would you all have with Kliff.
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Old 08-14-2005, 12:44 AM   #6
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I'll take Brooks, Bouman and A-Mac. I think A-Mac is going to be really good. For this season, Bouman needs to be the the reserve behind Brooks. He just has more experience. A-Mac is going to take over in a season or two if Brooks can't make the grade. Bouman is an experienced back-up. I would trust him over A-Mac in a game time situation. I don't see him with the Saints next season though.
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Old 08-14-2005, 01:18 AM   #7
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I agree 100%
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Great minds think alike.
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Well, there's always got to be a dissenting opinion.... so here it comes.

I don't think Bouman has what it takes to play in this league. I know he seems like the safer bet, but if we put him in, he'll continue to make the costly errors that lose games. He just doesn't have the knack. I don't think he ever will.

With that in mind, I see it this way: If I have a choice between going 1-15 with Bouman at the helm, or 1-15 with A-Mac at the helm, I'll take A-Mac. At least that way, A-Mac starts accruing the experience necessary to become a winner.

A winner Bouman will never be.

There ya go, my humble opinion.

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Old 08-14-2005, 10:26 AM   #10
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It's a good thing AB has been injury free
the last three years!
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