Richard

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  1. What announcing crew are we going to have for tomorrow night's game?
  2. We have no choice now, we not only have to win out, but we have now become every opponent's Super Bowl. Every team from here on out is going to throw everything, including the kitchen sink, to beat us and salvage a semblance of respectability for their season.
  3. Living here in Shreveport/Bossier this game is the equivalent to the Super Bowl and over the years it the ratio of Cowboy vs. Saints fans has become almost 50/50(back in the lean years it was more like 90/10). As a result, the smack talk has gotten louder and nastier for bragging rights in town. I'm clearly in the minority at work, I'm the only Saints fan vs. 8 Cowboy fans. The diddly-poo I'm hearing makes me want to say something, but I'm not saying a damned word. I just want to be able to walk in to work Friday and say "Who Dat"! and watch them mumble...and cry...and whine....Our D must be ready to neutralize Dak, Ezekiel and Amari all game long and our O line must keep Drew clean all game long as well. We have too damned many weapons for them to beat us and I'm hoping for an utter rout to the tune of 48-13.
  4. The chances of her getting hired are nil,but given her background and her knowledge of the sport and of the Browns, it would be a good opportunity to get insight from "outside the envelope" and perhaps get a different view of the franchise in general. She's a highly intelligent woman and would make a good consultant for the team should that opportunity arise.
  5. Fan since '69, I can attest to the fact that, back in the day, a 9-7 season was cause for celebration. The Dome Patrol days were a giddy time for us when teams actually feared playing us because the defense was so physical. For now, during the Brees/Payton Era, we are enjoying the game because of our offense is so damned good-we have raised the bar on offensive play as far as I'm concerned.
  6. Quite frankly I hope we step on the gas and run over them repeatedly until they are a grease spot.
  7. Given this unfortunate turn of events, who's available and how much cap space do we have left?
  8. I've said it before, the League is run by lawyers and they are "protecting the shield" by covering their asses on player safety. Most likely nary a one of those lawyers have ever played football in their lives and just don't have a clue as to the dynamics and physics of tackling. Get some of them padded up and let them get a taste of reality, maybe then they will understand that a 300 pound DT can't stop instantly (inertial dampeners don't exist-yet).
  9. I think getting Bridgewater was far better than getting Taylor, it might cost us a bit more, but we now have a true bona fide backup that we will not have to 'dumb down' the playbook for. He's a baller and a leader and that will make a difference for the guys in the trenches.
  10. Thanks Phil! I know Dave E will appreciate this as well!
  11. The reason I wanted Coach Sardisco to be posted is that he and Ernie were best of friends, many a time Coach would pull out old film from his days with the Patriots and regale us with stories of him and Ernie running the roads, as it were.
  12. Phil, Do me a favor and post Tony Sardisco. He was my coach at Jesuit, man was a character and from what has been said about him, he was one hell of a football player. I think you would be surprised.
  13. Yeah he had a horrid game last week, but even with that I'd take him over Savage. Hill's mobility and actual ability to read progressions sells me. To me, Savage is a disaster waiting to happen at any moment ala Matt Schaub. Hill's versatility alone outweighs anything that Savage feebly offers.