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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; You know, this is perhaps the best example of what a contending team should've done to an eliminated team playing scrubs... Saints literally took care of business as they should, and that's a good thing......

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Old 01-04-2021, 06:48 AM   #11
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You know, this is perhaps the best example of what a contending team should've done to an eliminated team playing scrubs...

Saints literally took care of business as they should, and that's a good thing...
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Originally Posted by Audiotom View Post
Tne Packers are losing in the ‘division’ round

Means we get Tampa at home?


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Originally Posted by saintsfan1976 View Post
Just as good as ours.
Yes and no.... Yardage wise they do, scoring wise they only put up 1/2 as many rushing TDs as we did, which for me translates to how well they run (or think then can run) in the red zone.

I dont care if they run up 400 yards of rushing against us as long as the results are FGs. Id prefer punts but 400 yards if rushing isn't many 3 and outs lol
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[QUOTE=neugey;910290]I'm just glad the Saints found their gold pants. Been so long that I feared they had been donated to Goodwill. Love them 10 times more than the black pants; always have, always will!



I'm taking credit for wearing the gold pants. Last week they said they were wearing white jerseys and black pants but they tweeted out that it was the 20th anniversary of winning the first playoff game and I tweeted back to the Saints that we won the first playoff game and first Superbowl wearing white jerseys and gold pants and that they might think of bringing them back and next thing you know, there is a uniform update and they are wearing gold pants. I'm shooting for either color rush if it's allowed or black jerseys and gold pants for Sunday.

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UDFA - Marquez Callaway …

3 rec on 4 targets & 51 yards. Doesn't mind blocking and he's very good at it (see Brian Baldinger/Underhill breakdowns). Ty Montgomery doesn't run free for 30 + yards with out that key block by MC.

High points the ball & can make those catches away from his body.

I'm not comparing him to another 7th round great, but he has similar qualities & we saw how Colston turned out.

To see MC do what he's done with no rookie camp and OTA's in a complex offense is amazing. What a bright future he has at WR.

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Originally Posted by st thomas View Post
Do we hav a freezer to practice in?


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I don't know about ya'll but I'm from south of I 10 where the weather is nicer than north of I 10. Lol The truth is that I've played in snow and if you are not conditioned it's hard to play rugby or football when you are shaking uncontrollably! I turn into a stick figure when I hear snow or ice crunching under my boots/cleats.

Edit: I got beat in a foot race by a snowman. It was an embarrassing moment but I was too cold to care.
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Originally Posted by Rugby Saint II View Post
I don't know about ya'll but I'm from south of I 10 where the weather is nicer than north of I 10. Lol The truth is that I've played in snow and if you are not conditioned it's hard to play rugby or football when you are shaking uncontrollably! I turn into a stick figure when I hear snow or ice crunching under my boots/cleats.

Edit: I got beat in a foot race by a snowman. It was an embarrassing moment but I was too cold to care.

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Originally Posted by K Major View Post
UDFA - Marquez Callaway …

3 rec on 4 targets & 51 yards. Doesn't mind blocking and he's very good at it (see Brian Baldinger/Underhill breakdowns). Ty Montgomery doesn't run free for 30 + yards with out that key block by MC.

High points the ball & can make those catches away from his body.

I'm not comparing him to another 7th round great, but he has similar qualities & we saw how Colston turned out.

To see MC do what he's done with no rookie camp and OTA's in a complex offense is amazing. What a bright future he has at WR.
Couldn't agree with you more on the comparison to Colston. He's a shorter version of Colston but has the same skills.
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Re: Saints beat Panthers 33-7, miss out on top seed: What we learned, what's trending and final thoughts | Luke Johnson

Originally Posted by jeanpierre View Post
It's definitely a mind-set...
It is absolutely. And Rodgers hasn't been playing as well as he has in the past in the cold.

I'd rather they played in New Orleans but the Packers don't scare me as much as they used to. Especially without their All-Pro Left Tackle out for the year. Hendrickson (or please Davenport) should go crazy on that lineup.
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