If the Giants lose, we're still tied for the 2nd best record in the NFC (1 Viewer)

SaintRob

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The Giants aren't looking so hot tonight. If they wind up losing, then the Bears have the best record at 9-1, obviously with the Saints as one of 5 teams at 6-4 and the second best record. Crazy season in the NFC and we've still got a lot to cheer about!

The Falcons game is cruicial!

Geaux Saints!
 
So All The Teams Comming Up Seem To Be Desperate Teams, For Us, Its Seems Like Its Been That Way Since The Ravens, Wuz Up Wit That, And The G Men Are Back In It Bayb!
 
And we play all of the 6-4 teams except Seattle. Need to defend the Dome and everything will fall into place.
 
And we play all of the 6-4 teams except Seattle. Need to defend the Dome and everything will fall into place.

Yep, was just about to post a similar thought. We play all the nfc teams in the playoff hunt cept for bears and seahawks.
 
thats good news, considering all the people around here screaming that the sky is falling. theres still plenty of games to be played.
 
Which means the Saints still control their own destiny. So all of you that are standing on the ledge either take one step forward or back away and come have some koolaid. Just a friendly reminder, the season is 16 games long, not 10.
 
We are hopefully going to be the beneficiary of a weak NFC this season.....thank goodness we aren't in the AFC.....


Sooner or later Brees is going to morph back into the QB that passes for 215-250 a game with 3 TD's and 0 INT's. His history shows us this so we just have to trust that he'll get back to playing "Brees ball".......

Geaux Saints!
 
Which means the Saints still control their own destiny. So all of you that are standing on the ledge either take one step forward or back away and come have some koolaid. Just a friendly reminder, the season is 16 games long, not 10.

Can I watch with tempered enthusiasm?
 
WE start winning again, when we quite turning the ball over. As long as this keeps us, we will lose and wind up going 8-8 or 7-9.
 

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