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  1. LOLOL. I know, right?!
  2. LOL. I mean EVERY year I heard how the Saints were in Cap **** AND Drew Brees was on the decline. EVERY year I have been here, I read it from the rivals posters. Now, we managed to sign just about everyone we wanted and Brees is having his best year ever. LOL
  3. It's the avatar from the The Hunger Games, a mocking jay on fire in the background with my main man Receiceiceiecie Then/Than KYS in the foreground.
  4. I liked and still like JB. I wish he was still here. He brought some fun to the board, at least for me.
  5. Saints dominating the league, top seed in the NFC, best record in the NFL, and the Falcons are in the cellar in the NFCS, No wonder the RC site is down.
  6. This year is so far certainly panning out to be special, as I predicted. 10-1, leading the NFC as the current #1 seed, best record in the NFL. Here's to the rest of it coming true: no injuries, and 2 more Lombardis.
  7. Lol
  8. I wrote this in another thread but it applies here as well: Matt Ryan is fine. He's just getting shellacked because of poor O-line play. Dude is a verified beast. I, as a Saints fan, don't look forward to facing Ryan and the Falcons, even though we won the last game. You guys are the one team in the division I know FOR SURE can put up points and stand toe-to-toe with our offense, when healthy. I think the Bucs just got lucky and caught us figuring things out on defense. But one team I would NOT want to see in the playoffs as a wildcard is the Atlanta Falcons. Especially when you guys get healthy. I don't think Matt Ryan is your problem.This sort of reminds me of people getting on Brees when it was clear there were other glaring deficiencies. People wanted Brees to be perfect, which was ridiculous. Now, Brees has a defense along with an excellent running game and he is absolutely KILLING it. I am not really sure that Ryan has either right now with all of the injuries to your defense and Devonta Freeman out. It may sound overly simplified but to have two competent backs can make an offense really fluid. Look at Kamara and Ingram. The two are greater than the sum of the parts. I am just saying that Ryan is not your problem.
  9. Matt Ryan is fine. He's just getting shellacked because of poor O-line play. Dude is a verified beast. I, as a Saints fan, don't look forward to facing Ryan and the Falcons, even though we won the last game. You guys are the one team in the division I know FOR SURE can put up points and stand toe-to-toe with our offense, when healthy. I think the Bucs just got lucky and caught us figuring things out on defense. But one team I would NOT want to see in the playoffs as a wildcard is the Atlanta Falcons. Especially when you guys get healthy. I don't think Matt Ryan is your problem. This sort of reminds me of people getting on Brees when it was clear there were other glaring deficiencies. People wanted Brees to be perfect, which was ridiculous. Now, Brees has a defense along with an excellent running game and he is absolutely KILLING it. I am not really sure that Ryan has either right now with all of the injuries to your defense and Devonta Freeman out. It may sound overly simplified but to have two competent backs can make an offense really fluid. Look at Kamara and Ingram. The two are greater than the sum of the parts. I am just saying that Ryan is not your problem.
  10. If you watched the Cowboys in the 90's, they had the biggest offensive line in the game. I wanna say that they were the first to have all of their lineman weigh more than 3 bills. It all starts in the trenches. Same goes for your d-line. Sure Emmitt Smith was great, but part of that greatness was his line giving him large holes to run through; and Aikman time to find Irvin, Harper, and Moose. I have honestly been wondering since then why all teams aren't drafting big hogs on the line first. A great QB with a terrible o-line ends up being an average to poor beat up QB.