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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by mapcow It will...... We may not win next season but we will have a better chance if we can connect with an aggressive offensive coordinator who calls his own plays. It's always good to know that you're ...

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Old 01-11-2023, 11:25 AM   #41
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Re: Observations From the Saints' Loss to the Panthers

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It will......
We may not win next season but we will have a better chance if we can connect with an aggressive offensive coordinator who calls his own plays. It's always good to know that you're here though sharing your negativity again. What was it that made you feel so poorly towards life in general?
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Old 01-11-2023, 12:07 PM   #42
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Re: Observations From the Saints' Loss to the Panthers

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We may not win next season but we will have a better chance if we can connect with an aggressive offensive coordinator who calls his own plays. It's always good to know that you're here though sharing your negativity again. What was it that made you feel so poorly towards life in general?
Probably started the day the was born.
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Old 01-11-2023, 12:08 PM   #43
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We may not win next season but we will have a better chance if we can connect with an aggressive offensive coordinator who calls his own plays. It's always good to know that you're here though sharing your negativity again. What was it that made you feel so poorly towards life in general?
I can't speak for mapcow, but I can guess that among other things, the way we "finished" this sorry season AT HOME, against a QB that threw for 43 yds, no TDs and 2 interceptions... While people come on here still happy with our "Management"... That might have something to do with it.
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Old 01-11-2023, 12:15 PM   #44
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I can't speak for mapcow, but I can guess that among other things, the way we "finished" this sorry season AT HOME, against a QB that threw for 43 yds, no TDs and 2 interceptions... While people come on here still happy with our "Management"... That might have something to do with it.
Naw. The has always been nothing more than a troll. As for our management, I personally am happy with Loomis/Hartley and Jeff Ireland, not that it matters what I feel. I'm definitely not a fan of Carmichael and Allen is what he is. Knowing that there's nothing I can do personally one way or another I'll continue to do my best to continue to do all that I can do and that is simply to support my Saints through thick and thin.
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Old 01-11-2023, 12:25 PM   #45
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Naw. The has always been nothing more than a troll. As for our management, I personally am happy with Loomis/Hartley and Jeff Ireland, not that it matters what I feel. I'm definitely not a fan of Carmichael and Allen is what he is. Knowing that there's nothing I can do personally one way or another I'll continue to do my best to continue to do all that I can do and that is simply to support my Saints through thick and thin.
You have already made it clear that you are personally happy with our "Management" - and I have made it clear that I am not. You've also made it clear that you believe that the DEDICATED FANS HAVE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO with decisions made (or not made) that will directly effect the FANS' EXPERIENCE, even as you continue to drop $15 grand each season and drive for five hours to sit there and view something that you have no control over.

Part of supporting our team through thick and thin, is in DEMANDING that Management does whatever it takes to WIN. It had BETTER matter what you/we feel, or they're just fleecing you of your hard earned money and precious life-force. THE FANS DESERVE BETTER - MUCH BETTER than what we just witnessed/experienced, and being perfectly happy with what we saw this season, is masochistic.
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Some Saint "fans" just have low expectations I suppose .

Simply being ok with beating the likes of Atlanta twice a year, missing the postseason, and guys underperforming. No fire from these pitiful coaches.

Mediocrity. Sad .
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Old 01-11-2023, 12:36 PM   #47
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Some Saint "fans" just have low expectations I suppose .

Simply being ok with beating the likes of Atlanta twice a year, missing the postseason, and guys underperforming. No fire from these pitiful coaches.

Mediocrity. Sad .
"No fire from these pitiful coaches." <--- The way you use the words "No fire"...
No one fired... Hmmm...
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You have already made it clear that you are personally happy with our "Management" - and I have made it clear that I am not. You've also made it clear that you believe that the DEDICATED FANS HAVE ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO with decisions made (or not made) that will directly effect the FANS' EXPERIENCE, even as you continue to drop $15 grand each season and drive for five hours to sit there and view something that you have no control over.

Part of supporting our team through thick and thin, is in DEMANDING that Management does whatever it takes to WIN. It had BETTER matter what you/we feel, or they're just fleecing you of your hard earned money and precious life-force. THE FANS DESERVE BETTER - MUCH BETTER than what we just witnessed/experienced, and being perfectly happy with what we saw this season, is masochistic.
Demand away if it makes your Life Force happy, Sinner. It will have zero impact upon who is manning the coaching positions, or GMing positions, of the Saints.

If for some reason Gayle decides to totally clear house and hire all new everyone then I'll live with that and it won't change my support for my Saints one iota. I know none of us has any impact on who's running the show so I'll continue to not let it have any negative affect upon my Life Force moving forward.

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Some Saint "fans" just have low expectations I suppose .

Simply being ok with beating the likes of Atlanta twice a year, missing the postseason, and guys underperforming. No fire from these pitiful coaches.

Mediocrity. Sad .
Nope. Not okay with it. I never once said I was. I hope for better. I will continue to wait and see what, if anything is done, one way or another. It's all I can do. It's all ANY of us can do. Constantly *****ing and moaning about it does nothing more than bruising one's own Life Force.

(Thanks, Sinner, I like the Life Force nomenclature!)
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Demand away if it makes your Life Force happy, Sinner. It will have zero impact upon who is manning the coaching positions, or GMing positions, of the Saints.

If for some reason Gayle decides to totally clear house and hire all new everyone then I'll live with that and it won't change my support for my Saints one iota. I know none of us has any impact on who's running the show so I'll continue to not let it have any negative affect upon my Life Force moving forward.

From one dedicated Fan to another, I thank you for continuing to publicly display how your continued support of the Status Quo, enables it to continue. Just as with the "politics" of anything, your action$ $peak louder than words.
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