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CBS Sports/NFL.com's Pat Kirwan, Saints-Dolphins Preview

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We'll be up by 14 at halftime and the Fins will literally run the clock out on themselves.

Sharper pick-6 will put this one away.

Saints 38, Fins 17
 

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Kirwin has been the most accurate weekly analyst out there when it comes to pregame analysis of the Saints and their opponent. Like he said, the wildcat is a good offense for Miami, but it won't enable them to win a game against a high-scoring opponent like the Saints. He talked about Miami's weakness in the passing game due to their safeties not being true cover guys. They're strong safeties who can play the run but not the pass. The Krewe d'Drew is going to go to town against them.
 

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I've always liked Pat Kirwan, one of the best analysts out there. Spot on as usual.
 
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Thanks bro ................ sure hope ol' Pat is right.

He hasn't been wrong yet... But what's more important, when you look at what he says "objectively" (neither as a homer or a debbie downer) he's right. Saints can only beat themselves in a game like this, and that won't happen... Not the 09' Saints.
 
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Kirwin has been the most accurate weekly analyst out there when it comes to pregame analysis of the Saints and their opponent. Like he said, the wildcat is a good offense for Miami, but it won't enable them to win a game against a high-scoring opponent like the Saints. He talked about Miami's weakness in the passing game due to their safeties not being true cover guys. They're strong safeties who can play the run but not the pass. The Krewe d'Drew is going to go to town against them.

Been sayin' it all week, Joseph... Deja Vu the Giants.
 

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Horowitz: That's what the Dolphins do, they're gonna run the wildcat.

Kirwan: Well, good luck, they're gonna lose by three touchdowns.:hihi:
 

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I like it...but it should be spelled Krewe de Drew. The 'e' of 'de' is only dropped if the following word begins with a vowel sound.

Hmmm... never knew that, but had wondered what the difference was before. Thanks...
 

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Nice. I hope he's right. All things being equal, he should be right. But, our boys need to remain focused and play an all around solid and clean game. If we avoid mistakes and penalties, we win in a walk. JMHO.
 

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