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Or a punt.

I remember when Atlanta played in Dallas and after the game Smith was crying about the sun like it was an unfair advantage. Both teams played on the same field and that was also the first game held at that time in the new stadium.

I remember that too

hilarious that some of them are now talking about excuses that Saints fans MIGHT make next year when they have a pretty horrible track record of whining and crying

my God....its the turf's fault! no, it's the sun's fault!

what next? blaming the football?

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Brb check down to Sproles/Thomas over and over again LOL 70% completion rate omg so good.

Brb 0-3 when on the road in playoffs. Can't eavesdrop/cheat when your not in the Superdome.

Brb 657 pass attempts.

*Insert obligatory Brees has a ring argument here >>>>>_______<<<<<<*

awwww....sorry to go and spoil things with facts

http://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2011/05/10/going-deep/

Drew Brees is top 5 in deep completion percentage and only three players threw deep more (and none with a higher completion percentage)

Matt Ryan, meanwhile, ranks 21st in deep pass completion and is too scared to throw it deep that often.

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awwww....sorry to go and spoil things with facts

http://www.profootba.../10/going-deep/

Drew Brees is top 5 in deep completion percentage and only three players threw deep more (and none with a higher completion percentage)

Matt Ryan, meanwhile, ranks 21st in deep pass completion and is too scared to throw it deep that often.

You forgot to mention the majority of those passes were in the 4th quarter with double digit leads.

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what an amazing night.

who knew that it would start a six year domination of the Falcons with several playoff wins, an NFCC, and a Lombardi

does it really matter if Drew Brees is great or its the system? the only thing that matters is that it has been far better than anything the Falcons have put on the field.

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Let's face it folks. Despite being the scum that he is Payton was the offensive mind that built this machine while Brees was just the driver.

Without Payton holding Drew's hand to walk him across the street he just might be exposed for the fraud that he is.

It should come as no shock that Brees is in a mad dash to get his mega contract signed with all of the guaranteed money he can get his hands on.

This is because he knows his time in N.O is limited without Payton.

Mickey Loomis isn't going to give 20M+ to a system quarterback. Don't be suprised if the Saints start looking for a replacement very soon.

http://tindeck.com/listen/hzzk

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Let's face it folks. Despite being the scum that he is Payton was the offensive mind that built this machine while Brees was just the driver.

Without Payton holding Drew's hand to walk him across the street he just might be exposed for the fraud that he is.

It should come as no shock that Brees is in a mad dash to his mega contract signed with all of the guaranteed money he can get his hands on.

This is because he knows his time in N.O is limited without Payton.

Mickey Loomis isn't going to give 20M+ to a system quarterback. Don't be suprised if the Saints start looking for a replacement very soon.

http://tindeck.com/listen/hzzk

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No way do the Saints go without Brees. They will get it done. Unless they want their entire season wasted, they have enough problems as it stands. As much as I would love it to happen, I don't see it.

I understand that they will get it done, but.... What kind of cap space do they have? Something is not right, and it's not the bounties.

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Let's face it folks. Despite being the scum that he is Payton was the offensive mind that built this machine while Brees was just the driver.

Without Payton holding Drew's hand to walk him across the street he just might be exposed for the fraud that he is.

It should come as no shock that Brees is in a mad dash to his mega contract signed with all of the guaranteed money he can get his hands on.

This is because he knows his time in N.O is limited without Payton.

Mickey Loomis isn't going to give 20M+ to a system quarterback. Don't be suprised if the Saints start looking for a replacement very soon.

http://tindeck.com/listen/hzzk

Instead of worrying about Brees, you should be worrying about who's holding matty's hand thru yet another playoff defeat.

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you don't have to wait for your mom to bring Kool-Aid. it isn't hard to make

the secret ingredient is water

I heard ya'll use water from the sewer plant that serves your dome for your "secret" ingrediant.

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That zone corner should be good for 3 points a game......now they only have to find a way to score more than 2 themselves.

Good one, but I really think things are on the rise for the Falcons if you pay attention to what's happening in our camp. Shame things are going the other direction in Nawlins.

Dago, don't forget to get your cheap thrill in spell checking my post. I'll bet you enjoyed being a hall monitor in tard school.

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A great potential prospect to replace Brees next year is UGA’s own Aaron Murray. I don’t see much of a difference between his game and Drew

Brees. Both lack ideal physical skill sets, but both make up for it with their abilities to decipher information quickly, be accurate with the football

and move the chains consistently in the short/intermediate pass game. Both share the ability to move around in the pocket, quickly re-set their feet and create plays on the move. They both throw well on the move and in the play action game. Also, Murray’s ability to create with his legs and his overall foot quickness in the pocket when aligning himself up with secondary targets allows him to be more accurate consistently, much like Brees.

The one knock on Murray is that he is not a leader of men like Brees. However, with an ample amount of time I can see him taking on that role. Plug and play him into the N.O system and you get a legitimate starter for $17 million dollars less. Folks, don’t be surprised if or when the Saints draft Aaron Murray in the 2013 NFL Draft.

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