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As a Saints fan, it's been the best of times watching this guy define the QB position, leadership, ownership and example he leads by.

It will be sad day in New Orleans when he hangs up his cleats.

You can only hope what happened to us when Sapp, Lynch, Brooks & Alstott were jettisoned roughly at the same time doesn't happen to you all. If you prepare, you should be able to make a smooth transition. While you may not be as good as you were with Brees there you won't have to swim in the cellar like the BUCS have done and should be doing for the foreseeable future, but that's simply because of the Glazer's being too cheap to spend the money to hire a even a qualified head coach!

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You'd think coming off a reconstructed throwing shoulder that he'd throw the ball less over the remainder of his career - remember it was speculated that he'd never come back fully, his future could be shortened dramatically (indeed each offseason still sports "how much longer will his shoulder last" speculation from rival fans) ect, not to mention that he'd never been an ideal physical archetype for the position to begin with - and he just keep going out and killing it.

I was THRILLED when we signed him just on the hopes that he could regain his Chargers form, so I'm sure you know how pleased we all are that he's managed to trancend all that into becoming one of the all-time greats.

And it's hard to be mad that there always seems to be a Brady, Manning, or Rodgers hogging the MVP spotlight and golden boy status every year when that is probably some of the key motivation for him to play out of his mind. Games against those types in the past were best described as "impending doom" until the clock ran out, now it's just called Primetime and we're usually expected to win. That's crazy and awesome.

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