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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by jnormand Well maybe TB and the coaching staff can be more prepared for this weeks game. I'm sure there's gonna be some different looks on offense. And TB will take all the reps this week. If anything, ...

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Old 09-16-2019, 07:59 AM   #11
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Well maybe TB and the coaching staff can be more prepared for this weeks game. I'm sure there's gonna be some different looks on offense. And TB will take all the reps this week.

If anything, it should be interesting to see how the organization handles this and how the team reacts to life without Brees for a while.

Drew is definitely the unquestioned leader of the team. He hit the sideline and it took the wind out of the sails.

All hope is not lost. Hell even Dion Sanders thinks the Saints will still take the divison with or without Brees.


Maybe just maybe they draw up a fuuuuukkkkkin bomb to ginn
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Old 09-16-2019, 08:11 AM   #12
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I think best case scenario would be that he'll be back after the BYE week. What an unfortunate injury.

As a previous Bridgewater supporter, I'm not encourage from what he showed yesterday. He was indecisive, held the ball too long, and was very slow to go through progressions. It's looking to be a long season.
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I think best case scenario would be that he'll be back after the BYE week. What an unfortunate injury.

As a previous Bridgewater supporter, I'm not encourage from what he showed yesterday. He was indecisive, held the ball too long, and was very slow to go through progressions. It's looking to be a long season.


Paytonís going to fix this guy in a week or heís gonna hold a clip board forever . Teddy needs to feel down there and see if his nads are ready for prime time. Take this mother over and be a man. He had not a lick of conference in that body yesterday .
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I think best case scenario would be that he'll be back after the BYE week. What an unfortunate injury.

As a previous Bridgewater supporter, I'm not encourage from what he showed yesterday. He was indecisive, held the ball too long, and was very slow to go through progressions. It's looking to be a long season.
I agree. Guess we'll see how this team reacts to adversity. TB fought like crazy to come back to football. This is his chance to make a name for himself again. If he can't do what he's paid to do, he needs to be pulled. Should make for an interesting week of football.
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Rub some dirt on it and get back in there!
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