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  1. I think this is a depth move to be able to spread reps out through camp, as for keeping him-nah.
  2. Just out of curiosity, how much is a lawyer in your area? I ask this because the going rate here in Shreveport/Bossier is $250.00 an hour. How many of you can afford that? They blow through the "retainer" in mere days then want more and more and in the end they make a deal with the other lawyer and split the loot from both sides and you still end up with NOTHING. They, to me, are worse than bookies!
  3. The old saying-"There's a fine line between genius and insanity" is apropos to describe Rodgers. I've always sensed that he was a strange ranger and this article only reinforces my opinion.
  4. I do believe we are coming up to the 20th anniversary of this site. I would hazard a guess that we are one of the oldest Saints sites on the web.
  5. I don't know about y'all, but I think after Payton leaves the Saints the NFL owners should consider making him the successor to Goodell I think he would do a great job cleaning up the NFL and restore the integrity that is so lacking with Goodell.
  6. Look at it this way, he's capable of playing either guard or center and it does give us an additional crosstrained lineman, we seem to favor players that are versatile, it's not going to hurt us in the least.
  7. Now the big question is, how much "shakedown money" did he garner? I'd imagine he got enough to "compensate" for his lack of talent. Besides, he managed to get a good chunk of coin from Nike for his being such a "Social Justice Warrior", that he really doesn't need to play anymore. I highly doubt he will donate his "earnings" to some noble cause, after all, he needs to maintain his lifestyle now.
  8. "Power corrupts-absolute power corrupts absolutely"...Goodell is a prime representation of that.
  9. Annnnnd the Patriots dominion over the AFC continues.....
  10. I would imagine the army of NFL lawyers is looking at every possible angle of this whole imbroglio to somehow minimize, as much as possible, the damage they have inflicted upon themselves. I'm curious as to what the team owners are going to do, as much as they soft pedal their responses you know damned well they would be livid had this happened to them-fines be damned! Goodell is their personal tool getting paid 40M a year and he has failed them and called into question, writ large, the integrity of the sport that they, the owners have a substantial investment. The financial domino effect affects not only the owners, but the entire structure of the sport, ie; the salary cap(among other things). Were I one of the owners I would be getting with other owners and finding a strategy to fire and replace Goodell-he is responsible and should be held accountable.
  11. I believe you, it doesn't surprise me in the least, it's now out in the open-obey the narrative or your life is forfeit. It's permeating every aspect of our lives and people don't see it, we are sliding down the slippery slope at breakneck speed. I spoke of this in the PIT years ago, it is now coming to pass.
  12. Folks, I have been a die hard fan of the Saint's since I was 11 years old, and as much as it pains me to say this, I will never watch them again. Today's game ended it for me. I will not support the NFL in any way, shape or fashion. I will not buy one damned thing that has the NFL logo on it and I will not support their reaping money via the TV ratings. The NFL is dead to me.
  13. What does Baldinger say? He's who I want to hear from.
  14. On special teams, you should have added Taysom Hill, his punt fake sparked the team in a huge way.
  15. I'm anticipating a close game on the line of a 27-24 score. We must have our "A" game in all phases-period. They are the defending world champions and their schedule, despite their division, was almost as brutal as ours. Foles is a champion and plays like one, we need to attack him and get him uncomfortable from the get-go, otherwise he will be a major headache. I hope our offense attacks #29 early and often to break his spirit because he ain't that good. They will have to compensate for his weakness which should open up opportunities for our receivers. Ginn alone should be able to wear him out and open up lanes for the TE or a back swinging out in the backfield.Pounding the rock is essential to keep their secondary honest, patience is key in this regard and I feel that it will be rewarded. For all that is holy, keep someone on ERTZ at all times, TEs have burned our ass too many times this year. Keep to fundamentals- stay in your lanes, set the ends and stay at home, too many times we have gotten roasted by failure to contain the backside on runs and passes.