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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by hagan714 This is a must win game if we are to entertain the idea of a #1 searing in the playoffs. timing suxs. BUT all hands on deck for the panthers and falcons games is crucial. Common ...

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Old 11-25-2017, 11:35 PM   #31
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Re: Injury report shows why Saints made multiple CB moves this week

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This is a must win game if we are to entertain the idea of a #1 searing in the playoffs. timing suxs.

BUT all hands on deck for the panthers and falcons games is crucial.

Common games

Washington-Eagles 2-1
rams-I think eagles win this, but if we do, eagles 3-2
bears-I think eagles win this, as we already have. Eagles 4-3
Carolina-we will have to sweep Carolina to force 5-5 tie

If we can win the next two games, then 13-3 should give us the top seed in a tie-breaker assuming Minnesota does not go 13-3. Minnesota has the better SOV.
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Old 11-25-2017, 11:37 PM   #32
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Rams are beat up as well. They could be down 3 CB's worse case scenario or certainly not healthy.
The game is in LA. Does not matter what their defense does, if their offense goes off, the offense has to keep up.
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Old 11-25-2017, 11:43 PM   #33
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Wouldnít say this is a must win game... the division games are must wins.

Right now I donít see us getting the number 1 seed, the eagles have an easy schedule the rest of the season. We can take the number 2 seed at 12-4. As long as the losses donít come to division opponents weíll be fine.
If we beat the jets and go 12-4, we actually will have the tie-breaker over Carolina if they beat us still. Carolina should not winning out and most likely the loss is one of the NFC North home games. Atlanta would make since but they'll be eliminated then.

If worst case scenario happens and Carolina is 11-3, I would rather lose the last two games because I would rather go to Carolina or Minnesota in wild card round than Seattle or LA.
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Old 11-25-2017, 11:49 PM   #34
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Whilst we all want Lattimore rested, Carolina are one game behind us and Atlanta are now 2 games behind us.

If we lose just two games, both teams could overtake us.
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If they lose to Minnesota, they won't be a threat at all. If we beat the jets they won't have more common wins, but Atlanta does not do even numbers in the division and they surely have two more losses coming at least. I don't think we go worse than 4-2 in division, and I'm picking 5-1.
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Old 11-25-2017, 11:52 PM   #35
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Originally Posted by SmashMouth View Post
All remaining games, save the last one maybe, are must wins. We want home field advantage.

I think the 2 seed is better honestly if Rodgers comes back. I am not afraid of a inexperienced vikings team in January.
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Old 11-25-2017, 11:52 PM   #36
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Originally Posted by WhoDat!656 View Post
Looks like Payton and Allen are going to roll the dice and let Lattimore heal up for the push to the playoffs; he will be desperately needed in the postseason against Vikings and or Eagles.
Or maybe the Panthers, Tampa, and then Atlanta twice. We havenít won squat yet. We have heart but have beat up on a couple teams either with their franchises QB beat to hell or not playing at all.
The REAL season hasnít even started yet.
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Re: Injury report shows why Saints made multiple CB moves this week

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If we beat the jets and go 12-4, we actually will have the tie-breaker over Carolina if they beat us still. Carolina should not winning out and most likely the loss is one of the NFC North home games. Atlanta would make since but they'll be eliminated then.

If worst case scenario happens and Carolina is 11-3, I would rather lose the last two games because I would rather go to Carolina or Minnesota in wild card round than Seattle or LA.
Please do us all a favor... Please stop discussing losing games that have not yet been played. You are welcome to discuss games that we've already lost.

Note the last time that happened was in mid September.

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Please do us all a favor... Please stop discussing losing games that have not yet been played. You are welcome to discuss games that we've already lost.

Note the last time that happened was in mid September.

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Please do us all a favor... Please stop discussing losing games that have not yet been played. You are welcome to discuss games that we've already lost.

Note the last time that happened was in mid September.

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I'm going to say this one more time as I have said this plenty of times before....NO team has gone 6-0 in this division!

I was discussing a worst-case scenario. Carolina is on pace to either tie us or have a inferior division record. Carolina also currently has only one common loss with two of those games left. We have one left, which we should win. If Carolina loses to Minnesota or Green Bay at home, they will have one less game against the NFC North than us, and they already have a swing loss against Philadelphia. If I am saying 5-1 in division and considering Carolina has already lost to us, then we will own the tie-breaker. I can assure if Rodgers makes it back week 15 he's not going to be denied the playoffs and Carolina will be in his way. That's why I feel strongly Carolina loses that game.
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