Post-Cards, Pre-Phins (1 Viewer)


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Y'all saw that coming, right?

You weren't the least bit worried about any one phase of the Saints game after pulling a W out their butts in Tampa. You had already, after two weeks, come to rely on the Saints to be a stress reliever on Sunday afternoons. You knew, just KNEW, that this team was going to be 3-0 with a convincing win at home against the Max Hall-less Cardinals.

Oh, shut up. No you didn't.

There was just as much internet bickering over the past week as there was after 2 weeks of the 2012 campaign, and that team was being led by Aaron Kromer. It's Mark Ingram. It's the offensive line. Brees throws too many stupid interceptions. Lance Moore needs to step his game up. We never should have traded Chris Ivory. Meachumm???? They need to play Robinson.

Again, shut up.

The Truth, capital t, is that the Saints are 3-0. Two of those three being division wins and all three of them within the conference. The Truth is also that this Rob Ryan defense looks like the real thing. You can keep all the talk about not having faced a real test so far this year. Through three games (against three NFL teams) this Saints unit is a legit top five defense, having allowed only 7 points in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters of the past three games combined. Let that sink in for a minute. 9 combined quarters of football in three consecutive weeks. Not a single point allowed. Put that in your pipe, smoke it and then ask yourself why you're crying about who's doing what on offense. Screw the offense. So they haven't dropped 40 on anyone yet. So they'd run for a grand total of -2 yards into the second half against the Cards. So what? Since 2006, have any of your concerns about the offense ever stopped this team from winning? Exactly. Give it a rest before you hurt yourself and look even more stupid(er)

read more here: Post-Cards, Pre-Phins: Let's Not

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