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Observations from the Saints loss to the Texans

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Saints lose another they should have had. Yes it was close and refs aided the Texans way too much. Still, the Saints had a chance to do it and didn't come through. Defense did enough to win this game. And ...

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Old 10-15-2023, 04:18 PM   #1
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Saints lose another they should have had. Yes it was close and refs aided the Texans way too much. Still, the Saints had a chance to do it and didn't come through.

Defense did enough to win this game. And again the offense with these weapons didn't come through. DC4 short arms a throw that would have made a difference. Why did we sign DC4 again? It's looking more and more that the Raiders were justified in letting him go. We don't need another QB that holds the ball too long. It's beyond time for some fresh blood at QB, with a young fresh arm, and a young fresh quick mind. No NFL team's OL is good enough to pass protect for long enough to allow slow reading QBs to take their sweet time making reads. We're going to see more and more blitz packages since the rest of the league now knows DC4 is a little slow and can't throw long for Sheed. With a Brees or Brady equivalent, we win this game going away, even with our crappy OL.

Might as well hope for a coaching change as some have already advocated for here. We've seen enough of not enough improvement.
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Old 10-15-2023, 04:22 PM   #2
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Its time to start FIRING coaches.

I warned yall about Pete C. Still cant put up points.

The Saints are simply not a very good team.
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Enough history with this HC and OC to know they are not part of any solution short of their dismissal.
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Re: Observations from the Saints loss to the Texans

DA's Stubbornness and live by the sword, die by the sword is shining like a old vintage beer can you find while out fishing.

Mickey knows best...
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Carmichael is a 58 year old playing Madden.

Maddening😤
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Old 10-15-2023, 04:26 PM   #5
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DA's Stubbornness and live by the sword, die by the sword is shining like a old vintage beer can you find while out fishing.

Mickey knows best...
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Carmichael is a 58 year old playing Madden.

Maddening😤
I think that's an insult to Madden. He is playing Tecmo or Blitz.

I think it's fair to say that the folks in the Saints front office and coaching staff really have no idea about whats really going on and the knowledge and attention to detail on this and other internet forums would absolutely blow them away. This sounds like something sarcastic but I mean it literally. I think there are 12 year olds on Reddit who know more than anyone in that building.
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Old 10-15-2023, 04:33 PM   #6
 
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I think that's an insult to Madden. He is playing Tecmo or Blitz.
Handicapped by using a well worn out S.Payton philosophy.

Difference is.. Sean wouldn't have lost This game.
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Old 10-15-2023, 04:34 PM   #7
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Re: Observations from the Saints loss to the Texans

As I stated prior, stellar performance in displaying how to lose. Probably due to the hangover from the win against a subpar opponent last week, uh no. anyway, way to go Saints!

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Jag 5 catches 45 yards 0 TD
Thug <100 yards rushing 0 TD

Fantastic!! Maybe next week.

but, at least i am optimistic.
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Old 10-15-2023, 04:35 PM   #8
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Re: Observations from the Saints loss to the Texans

All our problems start at the top of the food chain with the decision makers.
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We get what we deserve with DA as Head Coach.
We get what we deserve with Pete Carmichael as playcaller.
Really tired of the Sean Payton retreads.
Wish we would fully flush the toilet, but we insist on letting a few turds float around.
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Worst O-line since the Ditka years. Can't run, can't pass, suck on 3rd downs.

We are the biggest underachieving team in the NFL.

Have we even played a team over .500 yet?
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