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Old 09-09-2008, 09:54 AM   #61
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I watched the entire Saints-Bucs game and they looked pretty damned impressive. Their d-line (Charles Grant, Sedrick Ellis, Brian Young and Will Smith) was absolutely dominating Jeff Garcia and the Bucs offense, which also runs the WCO. Jeff Garcia had no time to throw the ball and was getting hurried on just about every throw. If our O-line can't stop the Saints' pass rush, Jason Campbell is in for a long day.
That is scary when you consider that Garcia is a season WCO guy who has been in that system his entire career and JC is just starting it.
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Old 09-09-2008, 10:07 AM   #62
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I saw the whole NO/TB game and came away with a different impression. The Saints offense looked hot. But it actually did not do a whole lot if you take out the big plays. That is, the Skins need to make the Saints offense earn its yards, rather than getting big plays, and everything will be ok.

I was unimpressed by the NO defense. They did get some good pressure on Garcia. But Tampa was still able to move the ball well. This was due in part because Tampa averaged over 7 yards per rush. Hello Clinton Portis!
sorry but you must not tune in for a lot of saints games. the saints offense is built around alot of short quick passes and 3-5 yard runs. the saints have alot of drives where they keep hitting, and hitting, and hitting, then they hit you with the knockout punch on a 30+ yard touchdown.

the saints offense struggled at times in the first half, but they made adjustments and got shockey involved in the second half. they looked like the saints offense that i'm used too seeing. i'd expect too see alot more of the saints moving the ball this weekend. no disrepect too your team, but yall don't have the d tampa has.

the saints d got alot of good pressure on garcia all day. they only brought him down twice but they were in his face all day and forced him too use his legs too make plays. garcia completed around 58% of his passes. and he threw the ball 41 times, so the saints d were able to force him too throw the ball. the saints corners were glued onto the bucs recievers alot throughout the day and the bucs recievers made a couple plays. but the most important thing, and the thing im most proud of is that the saints defense were able to make plays when needed. the bucs o was 0-9 on 3rd down conversion going into the 4th quarter. they finished 2-12. and as for the running game the numbers were not reflected on the way the saints stopped the run. they played good but gave up two plays, one being a 46 yarder. as i said earlier in this thread, that's what scares me. they will hold the opposing rusher too a 3 yard average the entire game but will then give up a huge 30+ yard carry.

the saints bit themselves alot in this game. 6 penaltys in the first half. a olinemen missed his block on that interception play and if that would not have happended that play could have been a potential touchdown because there was nothing but green in front of moore. i would put my money on the saints getting something from that drive. nobody knows what would have actually happened, but that would have made it a 31-13 saints win, if my maths right lol.

and one of the things i'm most excited about is that deuce or aaron stecker never saw the field, our two top recievers only caught 4 passes, shockey didn't really get involved until the 3rd or 4th quarter. and the saints leader in the secondary, mike mckenzie, didn't dress. nor did the other starting corner usama young.
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Old 09-09-2008, 10:13 AM   #63
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Old 09-09-2008, 10:20 AM   #64
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Old 09-09-2008, 10:22 AM   #65
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Re: Looking ahead to the Saints

we need a great effort out of all three ,the offense/defense/special teams to win and being our home opener that will help too hopefully.

no turnovers and protect the balland be aggressive on offense/defense.
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Old 09-09-2008, 10:43 AM   #66
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Old 09-09-2008, 10:49 AM   #67
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Guys, a little advice. Disrespecting the mods in regard to the job we're trying to do here is just not a good idea... at all.

If we ask you to do something, it's for the better good of the site. We're not just trying to bust balls or make life difficult.
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Old 09-09-2008, 10:55 AM   #68
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Is this the time of year when we get the most new members? It always seems like we regress in Aug/ Sept then they either go away or are banned. Not to say we don't get new good memebers.

Such a painful cycle.

My favorite new threads are the ones that are titled as though we lost someone for the season but when yo uread the body of the message it ends up to be nothing. Those threads are great!
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Old 09-09-2008, 12:05 PM   #69
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It's gonna come down to out offensive line, Which I believe is better than tampa bays. If we can run we will win, And thats all there is to it. Thank god Springs is back but is anyone else tired of him always being hurt, I mean get him some vagisil this is the NFL!
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Old 09-09-2008, 12:08 PM   #70
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I will say the same thing i said last week....get portis involved early and often. As much I like throwing the ball all over the field i believe the strength of our team at this point is portis and betts. the passing game will come along but thats not what we do best yet. If we can establish a run, get springs in the game, and bring the pain from the ends....AC and Jt...i like our chances.
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Old 09-09-2008, 12:52 PM   #71
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you know i just want to see some improvement...too long have we played the coaching/qb carousel. Nobody really wants zorn or jc out we just want some long term stability
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Old 09-09-2008, 01:34 PM   #72
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I will say the same thing i said last week....get portis involved early and often. As much I like throwing the ball all over the field i believe the strength of our team at this point is portis and betts. the passing game will come along but thats not what we do best yet. If we can establish a run, get springs in the game, and bring the pain from the ends....AC and Jt...i like our chances.
I agree that CP and Betts need to be involved but teams know the Skins cant pass so it will be difficult to get the running game going. Teams dont respect the Skins passing game so they can totally key on stopping the run and darng the Skins to beat them with the pass.
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Old 09-09-2008, 02:35 PM   #73
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Re: Looking ahead to the Saints

Man, this website is turning into the bicker house. One loss and everyone craps their pants.

I think I am one of the only optimistic Redskins fans. I'll be at the game, 50 yard line, 10 rows behind the Saints bench talking trash.

Our D, as we all know WILL BE BETTER...Springs will be back. I'm calling my boy Laron Landry with a pickle.

Now will the O be better? That is the million dollar question. I think it will....I'm expecting big things from CP...

Should be a good game...a very winnable game.
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Old 09-09-2008, 02:47 PM   #74
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soup im right there with you buddy but 8 sections to your right and across the field on the skins sideline, we are a D team and i look forward to our boys running hard out there!!!!

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Old 09-09-2008, 03:14 PM   #75
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I hope we mix up the playcalling a bit to keep the Saints D off balance. Run-Run-Pass, Run-Run-Run isnt going to cut it. Do we still have that WR option with EL or the HB option with CP in this offense?
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