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  1. I admit, I'm touchy when it comes to Colston...all good...and agreed there is work to do...including Payton and Allen who need to be better....
  2. I take offense to this statement, Colston fumbled 10 times in 10 years, hardly a significant issue, he was also the most underrated WR of all time, and my favorite Saint. He took hit after hit, never complained and played hard until the end. Please, think before you post. that said, I think this team has a culture issue....from attitude to coaching, something is very wrong, the talent is there, so what is left? I hope they get it together. Dennis Allen and Payton need to check themselves big time. A blitz look on a desperation down for Cleveland leaving Crawley to scramble to get into position to cover and give up a 50 yard TD????WTF....and Payton not running the clock down for a last second FG , throwing it twice instead of running, that is plain flat out idiocy.... Also, Brees missed 5 wide open receivers, 3 of which would have been TD's...there is something wrong in every aspect of this team....I hope they fix it....
  3. Or if a PK favorite like Farve "doesn't get a chance to play in OT, OMG, I'm going to cry like a schoolgirl"....I will never forget his incredibly lame piece that focused on Farve when the Saints won the NFC championship. What a freakin tool....
  4. I get what you are saying Face, but I think it is apples and oranges here. If Lattimore played like he did his first year every year he would likely be a HOFer. I just don't think your analogy fits....there is no "figuring out" a corner that can cover. If so by the end of last season Lattimore's play would have dropped off, it really didn't....we will see what happens...
  5. Technique is important and has it's place, but if it is going against/tampering against Lattimore's instincts (which I believe are more important) than they are over-thinking it. Like Brod said why try to fix something that isn't broken...It would be different if he began regressing last year but I thought he pretty much limited Theilan (who is one of the better WR's in the NFL) to little damage in the game against Minny...
  6. I hope this is the case, but i have my doubts. It seems like conditioning may be an issue, I hope it is not. I would feel a lot better about it if they would have come out after halftime and at least performed a little better but they did not. We will see what happens against the Browns...every player on that defense and every coach should be ashamed of themselves....
  7. Which is why I'm always puzzled why the so-called experts pick a team with obvious oline issues to win the SB...we have to let the season play out of course but I will be shocked if the Falcons go very far this year. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if they don't make the playoffs (maybe just wishful thinking).....
  8. Thanks Brod, I am proud of him. I can tell you that Diggs was well liked by the students at UMD, my son hung out and talked with him more than once...
  9. Yes, yes I am Herb
  10. Agreed, Williams can't demand anything, he needs to make someone's roster. The only thing I can think is that he didn't show well as a receiver out of the backfield and in picking up protections, cause he sure looked good running the ball...
  11. My oldest son just graduated from UMD last fall...
  12. I hear you and normally I would agree this is a bad thing...but, there was no way all of our picks were going to make the team this year, we already had pretty good depth before the draft...I'm beyond thrilled that Clapp made the team, i went to HS with his dad who I remember being a really nice guy...
  13. I think you are right here. I really don't think this trade happens unless they vetted both Brees and Bridgewater and worked out a plan. There are no guarantees but I would be surprised if Bridgewater isn't here for the long term....
  14. Shows how much I know...was nice knowing you Tom Savage....