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Ok, I have always been a homer and never went for Dallas, except if it could benifit the Saints in some way. I mean, look what they did to Payton! That 3-4 totally caught them offguard. Granted, they didnt help themselves either (Colts). And I KNOW Tony Romo is not as good as Drew Brees!

So what are your thoughts?
 

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one game at a time, we have San Fransisco coming up and they are on a winning streak, and looked to have found a way to win..


Dallas is to be determined i think it's always "ANY GIVEN SUNDAY" Saints have proven that all season long, So im not gonna do a matchup for Dallas until i see how they do with Giants (A DESPERATE DIVISIONAL RIVAL), If dallas can pull off a win out of that game which is suppose to be the biiiiggg game this weekend, i think Dallas Momentum and spirit will be through the roof and will take us for a fool in they're home turf, They made a fool out of us in Preseason (but thats before the 20 man cut).
 

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They are overrated and we are going to beat them down plain and simple. I betcha Payton has been preparing our boys all year just for this one game against Parcells.

I hope we destroy them and Tony Romo in the process. No I don't want anyone to get hurt, but we need to expose them for the overrated clowns they are. Especially Romo.

Jessbus I hate the Cowchokes.
 

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Have you gentlemen noticed how volatile the division race is?....Everything is fluid, the Eagles started like gang-bangers, going up 4&1....untill they run in a buzz saw down in NO!.....after that loss, they quickly lost 2 more and their season turned upside down....especially after they lost McNabb.....same with the Giants....they took the Eagles place for a few weeks, just to succumb to injuries and the erratic play of their QB....now is Dallas which is in the lead.....but one thing remains to be seen with them... their QB has never "been around the block" yet!......expect adversity to befall on Toni Romo in the Big Apple, let's see how he reacts in hostile territory!...if the Cowboys lose (which I'm hoping), we can finish them off in Dallas!.....the reason being the TREND which developed among the leaders of the division.....once the leader loses a game, they quickly lose again, and fade away, at least for awhile!

But the same is true with our division....first, the Falcons looked impressive, winning 2 div games, and racking up yardage rarely seen before!!.....even after they lost against us, they were considered world beaters, when they won against the Steelers and the Bengals....they were 5&2 and sitting pretty, until disaster struck, and after losing key members to injury, they no longer are considered a treat......then it was us who looked unstoppable.....until we lost 3 out of 4 and we lost our lead to the Panthers, who are underachievers by any standard!.....but we quickly regained our lead, and now we are leading once again!

Of course all my predictions turned wrong when trying to predict what will happen next.....and I hope we'll be able to win against the 9rs, and CONSOLIDATE our lead, especially if the Panthers lose in Philly....now that would be a huge move upward to win our division!....can you imagine being a STRONG 8&4 team going into Dallas and facing a limping Cowboys team who just lost to the Giants?.....I don't predict ANYTHING.....but it could happen!!
 

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Ok, I have always been a homer and never went for Dallas, except if it could benifit the Saints in some way. I mean, look what they did to Payton! That 3-4 totally caught them offguard. Granted, they didnt help themselves either (Colts). And I KNOW Tony Romo is not as good as Drew Brees!

So what are your thoughts?

I hope the team is giving absolutely NO THOUGHT about Dallas right now.

We have to take care of the 49'ers on Sunday. :17:
 

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I think it's a trap game for the Cowboys. If they have a big win against the Giants, they are bound to have a let down the following week. But, I also think this weeks game against the 49ers is a trap game for us.
 

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Brees has no trouble with the 3-4, he practiced against it all the time. Look what he did to the Steelers 3-4 defense. The Saints usually beat Dallas even when we stink.
 

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The Cowboys have two solid running backs and a very strong defense. Say what you want about Romo, he might end up being a flash in the pan but the reality is he's playing extremely well right now. Whether he pans out over the long haul is irrelevant to the match up this season. Oh... and they are coached by a guy named Bill Parcells.

This will be the hardest game the Saints play over the last 5 weeks.
 

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