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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by cmike Not sure, but ISPís donít like downloading certain content. Theyíll sent you a nasty letter without a VPN. PIA has NEVER failed. Feel your pain there. My step daughter once got my wife and I in ...

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Old 08-28-2019, 09:12 PM   #21
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Re: THE ROAMING EYE

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Not sure, but ISPís donít like downloading certain content. Theyíll sent you a nasty letter without a VPN. PIA has NEVER failed.

Feel your pain there. My step daughter once got my wife and I in a lot of trouble using torrents when she stayed one month and downloaded something. Getting that phone call and a letter in the mail was not fun.
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Old 08-29-2019, 08:25 AM   #22
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In a way, yes. I have this bad feeling in my stomach and could easily see a slow start that leads to a 7-9, 8-8 or 9-7 season.

My nightmare is starting the season 1-3 and getting behind in the division early to set up a key divisional game vs Tampa that is a must win. That lone win would be squeaking it out against the Texans, followed by embarrassing road losses to the Rams and Seahawks, then a nail biter loss to Dallas.

I can see us having a tough time with the Rams because they thoroughly outplayed us in the 4th quarter of the NFCCG, I'm sorry if that offends anyone, but it was true from my re-watch of the game this summer and the stat sheet. Talk the non-call all you want, but we only had one net positive play the entire game after going up 20-10, and that just so happened to be Brees' miracle bomb to Ginn that could've been intercepted. Our offense was completely shut down by the end of that game and they looked lost in OT. The Rams worry me cause in both matches last year, they figured out how easy it is to burn the secondary with big plays. Plus Wade Phillips is still there and anyone that has watched us against his defenses knows how often we struggle with his schemes. Wade seemed to have figured us out in time of the playoffs last year. The Rams will be at home and most likely motivated to really try to embarrass us after a whole summer of talking rule changes.

I can't remember the last time we won in Seattle and Russell Wilson is the type of QB our defense struggles against. I really want to win this game though cause I still hate the Seahawks.

Dallas is a huge concern for me for two reasons - #1 they were the team that wrote the blueprint how to shut down our offense last year and #2, Dak Prescott tore us up in that game. No matter how average a QB he is, he spent the whole game picking us apart where Apple was covering Amari Cooper who was beating him all game.

We have never gone 6-0 against the division, so I don't see that happening at all. The one team that really gives us issues tends to be Tampa Bay, but also Carolina has a long track record of giving us hell. The Falcons are the team that actually worry me this year in the NFC South cause they're healthy and have a stacked offense. They're coming off a 7-9 campaign that looked eerily similar to ours from 2014-2016 with some respectable wins and a lot of could've, would've should've type losses. All 28-3 jokes aside and calling Matt Ryan a crap QB, the Falcons usually give us one very tough game, and the other one will be a blow out. They aren't going to roll over for us.


Ur right on Matty ice cube he just plays pissed at us for some reason. What we ever did to deserve this attitude is unacceptable and should get his helmet turned sideways for acting like a rebellious teen girl.
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Old 08-29-2019, 12:20 PM   #23
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In a way, yes. I have this bad feeling in my stomach and could easily see a slow start that leads to a 7-9, 8-8 or 9-7 season.

My nightmare is starting the season 1-3 and getting behind in the division early to set up a key divisional game vs Tampa that is a must win. That lone win would be squeaking it out against the Texans, followed by embarrassing road losses to the Rams and Seahawks, then a nail biter loss to Dallas.

I can see us having a tough time with the Rams because they thoroughly outplayed us in the 4th quarter of the NFCCG, I'm sorry if that offends anyone, but it was true from my re-watch of the game this summer and the stat sheet. Talk the non-call all you want, but we only had one net positive play the entire game after going up 20-10, and that just so happened to be Brees' miracle bomb to Ginn that could've been intercepted. Our offense was completely shut down by the end of that game and they looked lost in OT. The Rams worry me cause in both matches last year, they figured out how easy it is to burn the secondary with big plays. Plus Wade Phillips is still there and anyone that has watched us against his defenses knows how often we struggle with his schemes. Wade seemed to have figured us out in time of the playoffs last year. The Rams will be at home and most likely motivated to really try to embarrass us after a whole summer of talking rule changes.

I can't remember the last time we won in Seattle and Russell Wilson is the type of QB our defense struggles against. I really want to win this game though cause I still hate the Seahawks.

Dallas is a huge concern for me for two reasons - #1 they were the team that wrote the blueprint how to shut down our offense last year and #2, Dak Prescott tore us up in that game. No matter how average a QB he is, he spent the whole game picking us apart where Apple was covering Amari Cooper who was beating him all game.

We have never gone 6-0 against the division, so I don't see that happening at all. The one team that really gives us issues tends to be Tampa Bay, but also Carolina has a long track record of giving us hell. The Falcons are the team that actually worry me this year in the NFC South cause they're healthy and have a stacked offense. They're coming off a 7-9 campaign that looked eerily similar to ours from 2014-2016 with some respectable wins and a lot of could've, would've should've type losses. All 28-3 jokes aside and calling Matt Ryan a crap QB, the Falcons usually give us one very tough game, and the other one will be a blow out. They aren't going to roll over for us.
I can definitely see that happening if our offensive line gets banged up again. If by some miracle of baby Jesus Armstead somehow finds a way to stay healthy the majority of the season I donít see anyone really stopping us.
The Falcons are scary but their offensive line is already very bad. They are an injury away from being a complete joke. The defense is healthy though and thatís bad for us.
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