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Nfl Reporting That The Bounty Pools Reached Their Peak In 2009


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All I know, is if Willis held up a big stack of cash and told his buddies "This goes to the guy that knocks Brees out of the game"... It could have gotten ugly for the Saints, rather than be a nail biter, like it was. I imagine a ton of Saint fans would be calling for Willis' head in that event.

We're fans, we don't like knowing that dumbazzes put literal bounties on the heads of our favorite players.

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This assumption that teams haven't been trying to take Drew's head off all this time always make me roll my eyes. We have an awesome O-line, there have been late hits and shots at the kness, they've just been at a minimum because Drew has protection and a fast release.

The bounty thing is quickly being revealed to be much bigger than just the Saints, it's fallacious to operate under the assumption we've never been on the business end of it.

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This assumption that teams haven't been trying to take Drew's head off all this time always make me roll my eyes. We have an awesome O-line, there have been late hits and shots at the kness, they've just been at a minimum because Drew has protection and a fast release.

The bounty thing is quickly being revealed to be much bigger than just the Saints, it's fallacious to operate under the assumption we've never been on the business end of it.

Just because the Saints are not alone in participating in this type of activity, doesn't mean everybody else is doing it too.

I can't recall a single incident, where the Falcons, under the current regime, took a cheap shot at the opposing QB.

Having said all that, I certainly agree this stuff isn't unique to the Saints or it's coaching staff.

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