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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; yeah Demario edges out Vilma in a few categories. I do give Vilma the edge as far as getting his defense lined up and just being more of the vocal general on the field. he did so much in that ...

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Old 12-17-2019, 10:02 AM   #31
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Re: Observations from the Saints' win against the Colts

yeah Demario edges out Vilma in a few categories. I do give Vilma the edge as far as getting his defense lined up and just being more of the vocal general on the field. he did so much in that regard and really made an effort to study the opponent and it really showed in division games. but I'd give it to Demario. best non dome patrol LB in saints history
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Didn't get to watch but caught the HLs... hearing that we had a few OL folks injured, concerned about that. From the limited plays I saw Brees looked like he was in peak form, really good to see at this point in the season.

One thing I noticed was not much pressure unless we blitzed, missing Davenport and Rankins might be a bigger problem than I thought. Cam needs to turn it up without those guys.
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So he's better than Vilma?
I think so
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Old 12-17-2019, 10:34 AM   #34
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IMO he is. Watching his play over the last year, he has the total package for the position. If he plays for the Cows, he's a household name and ALL PRO.
I agree and would go so far as to say he is the best FA pickup since Brees.
Plus hes an awesome person.
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Old 12-17-2019, 10:36 AM   #35
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Didn't get to watch but caught the HLs... hearing that we had a few OL folks injured, concerned about that. From the limited plays I saw Brees looked like he was in peak form, really good to see at this point in the season.

One thing I noticed was not much pressure unless we blitzed, missing Davenport and Rankins might be a bigger problem than I thought. Cam needs to turn it up without those guys.
The Colts have a really really good offensive line. Remember when Luck was being punished by defenses. He got beat up so bad he was forced to retire. Indy spent the money and sured up that weakness up front. Luck had a stellar season playing behind his newly built line last year . But the damage was already done.
We have some really good talent on our D front. They just played against a group that is equally talented.
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Old 12-17-2019, 11:03 AM   #36
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I'm interested to see how Jenkins can contribute. I think we do need the first round bye so some of the players can rest up. Kamara seems to be getting better. Taysom Hill definitely needs be a receiving option.
Until he is caught up on the playbook he will yelll insults from the bench.

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Until he is caught up on the playbook he will yelll insults from the bench.

Genius
What exactly did he do?
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I think he will play straight away ... man up ...
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I think he will play straight away ... man up ...
Yup. Me too.
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What exactly did he do?
He called some fan giving him a hard time on twitter a retard.
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