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Old 01-05-2020, 07:11 PM   #1
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Old 01-05-2020, 07:49 PM   #2
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Davis finally got up from his locker sometime after many had already left the building. He was the last one to shower, the last one to dress and the last one to answer questions about what just transpired.

He had to take his time to process it all right there in the moment, to just be wrapped in that silence and alone with his thoughts.

“You have to process it emotionally,” Davis said. “From a mental standpoint, you can’t just ignore it, you have to deal with it. And it hurts, there’s no way around it. It hurts, and it hurts for a long time.

“Dark days, dark times, they hurt, even inside the game. But eventually the sun comes out.”


Man that hurts. I want to get this guy a ring so bad.

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Old 01-05-2020, 07:52 PM   #3
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It hurts worse than in any other sport because the football/NFL has such a long-azz offseason.
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Old 01-05-2020, 07:58 PM   #4
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I can see some in the locker room beginning to doubt the whole Payton and Brees machine.

3 straight gut wrenching playoff exits. Very unceremoniously and at home.
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Old 01-05-2020, 08:04 PM   #5
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I was unable to watch the game live today.
I stayed off B&G, the internet, and tv all day.
I just watched the game, and Iím sick. Just ****ing sick.
Unbelievable we played so bad today. Our defensive secondary has shined all year, and today they just sucked. Our offensive line has been outstanding all year, and today Brees was running for his life. Thomas couldnít get open to save his life. Our running game sucked. Our defense has looked good all year, and today they let everybody and anybody make 12 yard runs. Lutz has been dead on all season, misses a critical field goal today. It just sucks. The whole game just sucks.
Canít blame this one on the officials. We killed ourselves.

Geaux Tigers. Youíre all I got left.

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Davis finally got up from his locker sometime after many had already left the building. He was the last one to shower, the last one to dress and the last one to answer questions about what just transpired.

He had to take his time to process it all right there in the moment, to just be wrapped in that silence and alone with his thoughts.

“You have to process it emotionally,” Davis said. “From a mental standpoint, you can’t just ignore it, you have to deal with it. And it hurts, there’s no way around it. It hurts, and it hurts for a long time.

“Dark days, dark times, they hurt, even inside the game. But eventually the sun comes out.”


Man that hurts. I want to get this guy a ring so bad.

You think it hurts? I just killed my parrot.
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Old 01-05-2020, 09:46 PM   #7
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You think it hurts? I just killed my parrot.

Bye bye parrot. Hope to see you again next year??
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Still canít believe how we got run today it donít make sense


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Old 01-05-2020, 11:00 PM   #9
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Demario Davis is a great player. Hopefully we get him some additional help this off season. We need more sideline to sideline linebackers who can arrive with bad intentions.

Side note - I hope the Saints FO find a way to keep Jack Rabbit Jenkins. He's a baller and had another good game opposite Lattimore at corner.
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Old 01-05-2020, 11:39 PM   #10
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We choked again but it should not shock anyone. SB was 11 years ago. If we get there again it won't be with Brees.
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