Very simple, we win the turnover battle and we win in a laugher. Turn the ball over and it will be the same thing we have seen the last 2 weeks. We are a much better team than them. We are a much better team than most teams in the league but, we beat ourselves with turnovers. It doesn't matter who plays for them because we are that much better than them. Now that everyone on the team is aware just how much the turnover thing means, if I was Payton, everytime somebody turns it over now, they must sit the bench for awhile. I know it would hurt to take some players out but, you have to send a message that it will not be tolerated.
Speck Killer, I agree that if the turnovers are eliminated or kept to a minimum, the Saints offense is all but unstoppable by just about every team in the league. I don't think the Saints can afford to sit Brees down after an INT though. You gotta go with who got you there and while sitting a Bush or McAllister or Copper down for a series, I don't think you can do that with the QB. Let's just hope the Saints got the turnover thing out of their system the last two weeks. It's time for a reset. Our turnover ratio going into the final six games is 0. Let's focus on working that number in our favor. An INT from our defensive secondary (their first of the season) would be a good start.
I think both of these guys a re being rushed back in order to help out in a must-win situation. I seriously doubt that either one is close to 100% and i dont expect either of them to finish the game/ be in on every down. A couple of doses of #26 straight at Hartwell ought to soften him up, and i think Abraham's going to be slowed down enough to be a non factor