The gun slinger

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About The gun slinger

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  • Birthday 02/28/1974

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    I work on antique guns on my spare time.

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  1. If we keep Ball it has to be with stipulations. Ball can not let his father be a distraction. If he can separate himself from his dad he can be a better player,how much better depends on him. He has the potential to be a great one but it's up to him. This trade could be what Ball needs to to finally break away from his dad. But it will be interesting to see if we keep him or include him in a trade. Personally I think we include him in a trade.
  2. I'm just excited that we were able to extend him. Jordan has an unbelievable motor,he never quits on a play. He seams to be getting better every year. Guys like that you make sure you keep around. Can you imagine losing him to a division rival?
  3. Well they figure Matthews is further along in development but we might bring Dural back later on. But what has hampered Matthews development has been injuries. If he can stay healthy he can win a WR spot. He has the talent which has never been the problem,it`s just injuries. It'll be interesting to see what CJ can do with him.
  4. Wow! That was good stuff. I tell ya,Brees is something else. I got kinda choked up as well.
  5. I wonder if Michael Thomas will feel the same as Jordan. But anyways,glad to see we locked up Cam Jordan very happy about this.
  6. That's good stuff right there. Really good read. Anyone wants to know about Sean Payton the man? Have them read articles like this one.
  7. Man all you gotta do is bring up film on last season. Can't remember which game it was but Ingram not only decleeted a guy but the dude did a somersault. That dude hit the ground so hard his grandkids are gonna feel it. I know there's probably better RB that you guys may say that were the best all time at pass protection but Ingram took pride in pass protection and it showed. I think he's the best the Saints ever had at pass protection.
  8. We all knew who Reggie was before and after the draft but man I remember thinking who in the hell is number 12? Just looking at the starting roster going into the 06 season. I remember saying who the hell is Colston whos this . Well it didn't take long for him to show everyone that he could ball and made everyone who passed on him pay. Glad to see both Reggie and Colston in tne Saints Hall Of Fame. Congrats to both of them.
  9. Probably camp bodies but you never know one of these cats might ball out in our scheme. But you can never have to much ST help.
  10. I'm not surprised by this at all. Last time the players caved and signed and gave all this damn power to Goodell so that there wouldn't be a year long shut down. Fast forward to now,you think Goodell will give up all the power has as judge,jury and executioner? I know that there is other things in the cba that they will be negotiating but the main thing will be to get goodell to relinquish some of his power. Unfortunately,I don't see that happening.
  11. Yeah I can see it,I remember being banged up all the time and that's high school ball but NFL man,if I played NFL ball I don't think I could honestly say that I would not take peds. But when players get caught using that stuff a lot of fans see them in a whole different light.
  12. My dad told me this morning after he found out about Starrs death,that his 2 favorite QBs of all time were Bart Starr and Terry Bradshaw. He said those 2 were the toughest s.o.bs to play QB. He said that there guys that could throw the ball better or all around better players but those two were his kind of guys. They looked like they walked out of the stands and went onto the field and kicked but.
  13. I guess he felt he had to take that stuff to come back this year but now it's tarnished. I wonder how many are taking this stuff and are not getting caught.
  14. Well,you can definitely say that we not leaving no stone unturned.