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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by halloween 65 I'm not a betting man but you are. My proposal to you is you put your money where your mouth is so to speak. But this bet isn't about money though. If they lose 1 ...

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Old 01-15-2023, 08:00 PM   #71
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Re: We Havenít Beat A Stable Established QB

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I'm not a betting man but you are. My proposal to you is you put your money where your mouth is so to speak. But this bet isn't about money though. If they lose 1 game you don't post for the rest of that season, if they win your 20-0 I'll not post the entire next season. How does that grab you? Want the bet or talk smack with the 20-0. I already know what your going to do but I don't really think you BELIEVE what you're saying going 20-0. Fair bet from a non betting man. I truly love a gift horse I really do !!
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That wager was right out of the Twilight Zone script

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Old 01-15-2023, 08:51 PM   #72
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Re: We Havenít Beat A Stable Established QB

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LMAO Halloween!!


That wager was right out of the Twilight Zone script

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He want do it. He knows better but when he goes to bet someone else I hope they tell him when he bets Halloween. Lol
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Old 01-16-2023, 01:34 AM   #73
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It is premature to predict a record before free agency, the draft, and possible coaching changes. Also remember in many games Dennis Allen didnít get beat, he beat himself, like when Sam Darnold through for 44 yards. So maybe Dennis Allen wonít get fired but will fire himself in one way or another.
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Old 01-16-2023, 09:53 AM   #74
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He want do it. He knows better but when he goes to bet someone else I hope they tell him when he bets Halloween. Lol
I suppose you need clarification. Betting anything on a team going 20-0 in the NFL is a fool's bet. I am no fool. Are the Saints likely to go 20-0? History says no. You asked me to predict the Saints record. I said 20-0 just like I did last year and just like I have said 19-0 before they went to 17 games last season. In no individual week during the season am I expecting my Saints to lose that week therefore I would not predict a loss that week. If I feel that way on a weekly basis is there a reason I shouldn't feel the exact same way over the entire season?

That's why I have always "predicted" the Saints to win each game every year for decades and will continue to make the same prediction moving forward.

So, am I going to bet those ridiculously long odds based upon your premise? Nope. Only a fool would do that and I repeat, I am no fool.

Now do you get it?

However, I would place, say, a $20 bet on a season long money line parlay for every Saints game. I would do that in a second. I would lose if the Saints lost a single game. However, if they didn't lose that $20 would roll over to the next game multiplied by the previous game's money line odds. Then those winnings would be placed on the next game's money line and on and on. At even odds (which it may even out to as they remained undefeated) the total at the end of the run would be $20,971,520. Could you handle that?


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Old 01-16-2023, 11:06 AM   #75
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LMAO Halloween!!


That wager was right out of the Twilight Zone script

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An AG free season...as subguy drifts off in the bliss that could be the outcome of that proposal
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Old 01-16-2023, 11:17 AM   #76
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It is premature to predict a record before free agency, the draft, and possible coaching changes. Also remember in many games Dennis Allen didnít get beat, he beat himself, like when Sam Darnold through for 44 yards. So maybe Dennis Allen wonít get fired but will fire himself in one way or another.
Without coaching changes, none of this will matter.

It won't surprise me to see Dalton as the starter in 2023 either.

For me, I just don't need another season to confirm what I've already seen.

Accountability, coaching, play calling, or conditioning. DA doesn't (15-38) check any of these boxes.
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Old 01-16-2023, 11:28 AM   #77
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Without coaching changes, none of this will matter.

It won't surprise me to see Dalton as the starter in 2023 either.

For me, I just don't need another season to confirm what I've already seen.

Accountability, coaching, play calling, or conditioning. DA doesn't (15-38) check any of these boxes.
Nothing that any fan thinks they've seen drives the boat. Nor do I think that his record with the Raiders has any relevance to what the real drivers think or they wouldn't have hired him for the position in the first place. Personally, I can take or leave Dennis Allen as head coach. It is what it is and I'll keep hoping for the best. I can say, however, that he almost doubled his career win total in his first season with the hobbled Saints so there is that.
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Hope for the best and expect the worst. That is the lifeline of a New Orleans Saints fan.
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Old 01-16-2023, 12:45 PM   #79
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Without coaching changes, none of this will matter.

It won't surprise me to see Dalton as the starter in 2023 either.

For me, I just don't need another season to confirm what I've already seen.

Accountability, coaching, play calling, or conditioning. DA doesn't (15-38) check any of these boxes.
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Hope for the best and expect the worst. That is the lifeline of a New Orleans Saints fan.
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