Good post! look this is the Super Bowl winner. Regardless of their record! wE HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO. We have defgensive needs that won't be fixed this season I say be excited about the effort and the potential this team and this coaching staff display. and wow what a QB Brees is! My big probem: Give Deuce the damn ball!!!
I'm hoping the crowd will be a difference maker against Cincy next week. They are a little down right now with all the close losses they've had, but they are still a great team and will be hard to beat.
This team is different, No more playing behind for 3 quarters, we could challenge any team on the schedule, I think we could win the rest of our games. Plus, Im not as mad like past years. This team is a good team period.
Like I mentioned in an earlier post. Tough loss, But one hell of a game. We'll bounce back. Usually I would be steaming mad, But this team played a full 60 minutes and came out on the short end of the score. This team has no quit in it.
We as fans got to let this loss go and get ready to help our boys kick some bengals butt next weekend.
Its not so much the crying, its that no matter how well we play offensively and defensively people will still find something to complain about win or lose, we lost today, but we lost because of the turnovers not because of bad play and execution which has been the reason for us losing the last 3yrs, we all forget how we used to play and think we always were a 6-2 team that were supposed to dominate and win everygame we go into, we played the Super Bowl champs to the wire on there home field, but all some people are talking about is cutting Copper, like were that talented on the Depth Chart to begin with....The New Orleans Saints are a good football team and we could very well end up 11-5 or 10-6 either way thats the Playoffs and maybe even a divsion titles and its a far cry from that 3-13 season yall forget about......I LOVE watching this team!
THAT is what i'm sayin'!!!!.. no need for fallin' apart.. of the Saints '3' losses
'2' were to the AFC, no worries.. but Deuce does need to get the ball more..
I remember seein' a shot of him huddling up his teamates on the sideline
givin' them the buisness & let'n them know not to give up.. He's a man!! &
the kind of man that should be run'n the rock 20-25 times a game.. I'm not
sure if agreed with Coachs' throwing philosiphy today, yeah 2 starting DB's
were out but at the same time the M.O. of the Saints has always been ball
control, play action & then pass.. it wears down defenses this way.. so basically
GIVE DEUCE THE ROCK!!!!
There are a lot of positives things following this game. In the end, the stats that really matter are win/loss record and final score. That being said, consider the following:
- Colston is #1 in the league in receiving yards
- Brees is #1 in the league in passing yards
- Bush scored a rushing touchdown (in Superman style)
- Bush did a pretty good job of North-South running
- Deuce still looks great
- Colston and Bush are the first rookie tandem in NFL history with 50+ receptions each.
- Colston is the hands-down favorite for offensive rookie of the year.
I'm sure I'm forgetting something, but feel free to add more positive notes.