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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Too much, too late. Up and down ending. Watching game again. Last , about 4 mins. Brees to Hill, beautiful. Then right after , O line just over powered , what. Three Vikings were right on Brees. Saints fumble recovery ...

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Old 01-06-2020, 05:48 AM   #61
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Re: Observations from Saints loss to the Vilings

Too much, too late. Up and down ending.
Watching game again. Last , about 4 mins.
Brees to Hill, beautiful.
Then right after , O line just over powered , what.
Three Vikings were right on Brees.
Saints fumble recovery and td by Klein was not. Called back after booth review. Viking knee was down.
Lutz kick. Then again because Vikings coach called time out in time enough by the rules.
And off to over time.

Oh well.

Too much, too late.
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Old 01-06-2020, 10:11 AM   #62
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I agree the refs are payed minuscule to the nfl pay scale and they could give a crap who they piss off . pay the got dammed refs and all this fixing bs with stop


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Old 01-06-2020, 11:16 AM   #63
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- Out coached.
- Out played.
- Ref's and NFL got the last laugh.

- Payton continues to not run the ball and will always have a couple failures with clock management. If Dallas wants him and/or he's interested, the Saints should let him walk for a couple draft picks. Hire Campbell as the next Head Coach.
- If Brees wants to return, he absolutely should. Yes, his arm strength has diminished. Yes, he will be a year older. He's still one of the best. He's a great leader. He's a fierce competitor. He is and will be a drivng force for the Saints as long as he suits up.
- If Brees walks, let the T. Hill era happily begin. He's a beast. He has "it" as they say. Without him yesterday, and the season, the Saints would have most likely fell shorter. He deserves to be paid.
- Harris is a beast. Every effort should be made to make him, teach him, train him, and scheme him into a WR weapon.
- To save money and other reasons, Bridgewater, Peat, Ginn, Apple, Rankins, Robinson, Williams and Klien should all be allowed to move on.

- The Ref's AND the NFL did not like/support the rule change on PI. They were forced into it by the public and fans who want to see legit wrongs corrected and the outcome of games decided by players on the field. Why would the ref's AND the NFL not want to get it right? The ONLY legit reason for that is the ref's, supported by the NFL, have an interest in deciding the outcomes of games in regards to the winner and the line. Simple as that.
- Win or lose, I'm a Saints fan for life. I will watch until they plant me. But, the NFL is making me less interested and making the experience less fun.
You say keep Brees but let Bridgewater go to save money! You can keep Bridgewater & Hill for the amount you talking about keeping a Brees. sure its going to be a cap hit to let him go but just think how much the cap hit going to be to let him stay. I think Bridgewater will be GREAT replacement for the saints. Give him the same opportunities as Brees and the transition might be like a Montana & Young.
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Old 01-06-2020, 12:38 PM   #65
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TRU DAT! WELL SAID!!
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I did not say I want him to leave, but the fact that no one will put any blame on him is laughable. The guy messed up and everyone tries to find different things to point to.
That fumble happened because TGJr. He ran the wrong route and the Vikings were coming at him.
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Old 01-06-2020, 01:38 PM   #68
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The Vikings were coming at Brees.
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Old 01-06-2020, 02:53 PM   #69
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That fumble happened because TGJr. He ran the wrong route and the Vikings were coming at him.
Even if someone did run the wrong route, you cant blame anybody but the ball carrier for a fumble. Brees messed up, people need to accept it.
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Old 01-06-2020, 03:08 PM   #70
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If I have to blame that fumble on anyone, it was Warford. It's one thing to whiff on a block and allow pressure up the middle. It's another thing to get bull-rushed by a smaller player and end up in your QB's lap when he's back in shotgun. Don't know how that can happen.
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