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"I'm winning or losing with my HOF QB!" was my thinking last & this year. As long as Drew is on the team, he's getting 85%+ of the snaps at QB. If you ready for 'new blood' at QB.... hope DB retires at the end of the season.
 

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Balls out and plays excellent for the next month and the saints go 4-0 do you keep taysom as the starter even if drew is healthy?
I would be thrilled to see Hill perform like that, but I don't think that there is even a remote chance that would happen once Brees is back healthy. Brees would step back in as the starter no matter what.
 

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I would leave it to Drew. We could have won against the Vikings last year if we kept Hill in. If Drew can be humble enough to split the workload say 60/40 or 70/30 at that point I’d be happy. But I would leave it up to him. He pulled himself from the game last week. If he thinks he won’t be effective he will let Taysom handle the offense.
 

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I would be thrilled to see Hill perform like that, but I don't think that there is even a remote chance that would happen once Brees is back healthy. Brees would step back in as the starter no matter what.
I agree but it would be nice to know Taysom or Jameis can fill his shoes when the day comes.

The scary part is that if the Saints are seeded high and Drew is back you might as well paint a red target on his rib cage. This won't be lost on Drew and his family. Also, Tom B will likely be up by 7-9 TDs which will be hard to overtake in a few games. So Drew will have to commit to another year if chasing that record is vital to him. I guess what I'm saying is there is a small but real chance we've seen his last start. Make that's a VERY small chance, but still a real one.
 
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Balls out and plays excellent for the next month and the saints go 4-0 do you keep taysom as the starter even if drew is healthy?
I was taught that there was no such thing as a dumb question. This one comes awful close to proving my teachers wrong.
 

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I have an inside source I know from the golf course, Sand Wedge Cecil is what he goes by, who says Drew isn’t even hurt at all. He says he is taking 3 weeks to do the last round of dna cloning/reverse aging/body part replacement that he has been experimenting with the last few years.

Everything should be final before Christmas. He says that Drew knows everyone talks about his play falling off a cliff at the end of the season so he thought now was the perfect time to get the last procedures done. Haven’t y’all noticed the transformation of the birthmark and hair? It’s hidden in plain sight.
 

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I have an inside source I know from the golf course, Sand Wedge Cecil is what he goes by, who says Drew isn’t even hurt at all. He says he is taking 3 weeks to do the last round of dna cloning/reverse aging/body part replacement that he has been experimenting with the last few years.

Everything should be final before Christmas. He says that Drew knows everyone talks about his play falling off a cliff at the end of the season so he thought now was the perfect time to get the last procedures done. Haven’t y’all noticed the transformation of the birthmark and hair? It’s hidden in plain sight.
someoine needs to layoff the halucinogens
 

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I have an inside source I know from the golf course, Sand Wedge Cecil is what he goes by, who says Drew isn’t even hurt at all. He says he is taking 3 weeks to do the last round of dna cloning/reverse aging/body part replacement that he has been experimenting with the last few years.

Everything should be final before Christmas. He says that Drew knows everyone talks about his play falling off a cliff at the end of the season so he thought now was the perfect time to get the last procedures done. Haven’t y’all noticed the transformation of the birthmark and hair? It’s hidden in plain sight.
Sign me up for the "Meet Cecil BBQ"
 

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I would leave it to Drew. We could have won against the Vikings last year if we kept Hill in. If Drew can be humble enough to split the workload say 60/40 or 70/30 at that point I’d be happy. But I would leave it up to him. He pulled himself from the game last week. If he thinks he won’t be effective he will let Taysom handle the offense.
I would leave it to Drew. We could have won against the Vikings last year if we kept Hill in. If Drew can be humble enough to split the workload say 60/40 or 70/30 at that point I’d be happy. But I would leave it up to him. He pulled himself from the game last week. If he thinks he won’t be effective he will let Taysom handle the offense.
That is so true Saintmike I was at that game and he had the Vikings on their heels
 

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