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- Feb 1, 2004
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- Monroe, La
By Mike Lopresti / Gannett News
Weren't the New Orleans Saints more interesting when their fans were wearing grocery bags over their heads?
Maybe not. But now that the Saints have turned into Texas playing Louisiana-Monroe — scoring 45 points one week and 48 the next is supposed to happen in the Big 12, not the NFL— it is hard to be sure what to think of them.
It's this little guy slinging around all the passes, Drew Brees. The one who has to look up to call the plays for the Saints. Quarterbacks get all the attention, and we know which ones invariably draw the most. Being either a Manning, a Brady, a Favre, a New Yorker, or recently released from a federal correctional facility usually helps. But while trying to keep track of the NFL on television with the remote control the first two weeks, we seem to have spotted a trend.
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