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Nnamdi Torn Between Saints And 49Ers


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yea man

hard to decide which way to get torched in 2013

Fitz and Harvin in the west is the easier job for sure

White, Jones, V Jax and S Smith is a rough road to go lol

There's also the matter of who he can miss the most tackles against....Marshawn Lynch is likely an easy job, but then again so is Steven Jackson
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WFW will say one thing for SR, he shoots for the stars. Let's see 49ers or saints? I am a 32 year old (will be by start of the season) CB who has lost a step and was torched by Roddy and Julio last season, who will it be? Go with the strong 49er defense where my diminishing skills can be hidden somewhat, or go to a saints defense where they will have me cover the opposing teams #1 WR...yep 49ers it is!

WFW prays to god he is wrong and he does end up with the saints so Roddy and Julio can pad their numbers and team wins!

He can go to the Niners who are known for defense which puts more presure on his to have to perform. He could choose the Saints where we are known for offense and there won't be nearly as much presure. Plus we can't any where but up with the worse D in history. Also throw in that Ryan, with his more aggressive style, would use him more in bump and run man to man which is his strength as a CB.

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Would that be enough of an improvement for a sweep this year instead of a split?

Who's arguing the Falcons own the Saints? your team was ok last year due to your offense, your defense was horrible.......to answer your question though, Nnamdi isn't going to do anything for the Saints that would allow them to sweep us.

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Who's arguing the Falcons own the Saints? your team was ok last year due to your offense, your defense was horrible.......to answer your question though, Nnamdi isn't going to do anything for the Saints that would allow them to sweep us.

Recently, this has been the norm: Saints sweep Falcons

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it certainly was, but that was back when you had at least a decent defense, which is no longer the case...the main point is, if the Saints sweep ATL again it won't be due to Nnamdi, unless he improves his play greatly.

The D has been pretty much the same, except a new coordinator, which has been fixed. If Nnamdi joins the fold he would be playing to his strengths under Rob Ryan.

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Uh no thanks, seems like a waste of money

Low risk low price. the saints D couldn't be worse and he may actually surprise people and be good. The saints dont have a ton of cash so you know he wont get paid top dollar. But he could sit at home and make 4 mill and not play at all. So they have to offer something.

If he sucks, kick him to the curb next season. But at this point the Saints are low on cash and beggers cant be choosers. Its diamond in the ruff shopping. Sometimes you you find a player who really wants to win and isnt doing it for a final payday.

Choices at the price and thats left. He is one of the better ones. So why not?

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Here's some what ifs to discuss (because those are always a HOOT). WHAT IF:

1). He doesn't actually suck and it really was a matter of Philly's scheme and his skillset's improper fit therin

2). The Saints DO sign him

3). He contributes to a modicum of improvement to the worst defense ever

4). He signs before Osi

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scheme doesn't make you tackle bad, which Nnamdi did. Short passes and runs will be very successful when run at him.

No doubt, that is why football is a team sport, there are 10 other individuals on the field wearing the same uniform as him.

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