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Old 01-25-2010, 08:18 AM   #91
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For some reason, I didn't think that decision was that sinful. It was not good field position, they looked rush and out of sync, and Farve was just trying to make a play to pick up some yards. Probably shouldn't have thrown it, but damn if he was not making mistakes in today's game; it was those fumbles.

I wonder if it will be tumultuous offseason with Brett Farve?
I had a bigger problem with the playcalling leading up to that INT. Were they really going to be content with a longshot 50+ yard FG? I thought they needed another 10 yards or so yet they played it conservative. With his ankle hurting he probably wasn't comfortable running, and even if he scrambled and got 5 yards it still would have been a very long FG attempt.
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Old 01-25-2010, 08:51 AM   #92
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I had a bigger problem with the playcalling leading up to that INT. Were they really going to be content with a longshot 50+ yard FG? I thought they needed another 10 yards or so yet they played it conservative. With his ankle hurting he probably wasn't comfortable running, and even if he scrambled and got 5 yards it still would have been a very long FG attempt.
The playcalling before the INT was awful. They got very conservative, and for some reason went away from running it up the middle, which was working pretty well...except for the fumbles. Still, I feel that Favre's INT will overshadow the poor playcalling right before that (and the bonehead penalty of 12 men in the huddle).
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The playcalling before the INT was awful. They got very conservative, and for some reason went away from running it up the middle, which was working pretty well...except for the fumbles. Still, I feel that Favre's INT will overshadow the poor playcalling right before that (and the bonehead penalty of 12 men in the huddle).
Unfortunately it probably will. That and AP's fumbles too.

The Vikings probably should have won this game fairly easily, they just gave it away. I was surprised at how sloppy they were.
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Pretty good coaching by Greg Williams too. He knew that he needed to get some turnovers cause his defense is not all that good. The New Orleans defenders were slapping and punching at the ball all game long. Plus I think the pressure they were putting on Farve might have cause him to make that silly throw at the end.
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Great...now we have to hear about Katrina all throughout the Super Bowl broadcast.


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Yeah I mean Katrina is so yesterday. They should just get over it already.
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Yeah I mean Katrina is so yesterday. They should just get over it already.
Still yesterday, they were bringing it up to remind us that Haiti was nothing, Katrina is still a mess!

I'm torn, I would love to root for Gregg Williams and even Brunell and Prioleau, but I am just sick of the "Saints are so strong they way they saved the city after Katrina...New Orleans deserves this!"

It makes me want to root against them.



Anyways, I want to see Peyton Manning win more SBs than Brady to shut the annoying Bostonians up.
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Yeah I mean Katrina is so yesterday. They should just get over it already.
Actually we are still rebuilding from Katrina.
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Actually we are still rebuilding from Katrina.
Yeah I know, sorry I forgot my sarcasm flag with that post.

I was in New Orleans back in May of last year so I saw things firsthand
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Still yesterday, they were bringing it up to remind us that Haiti was nothing, Katrina is still a mess!

I'm torn, I would love to root for Gregg Williams and even Brunell and Prioleau, but I am just sick of the "Saints are so strong they way they saved the city after Katrina...New Orleans deserves this!"

It makes me want to root against them.



Anyways, I want to see Peyton Manning win more SBs than Brady to shut the annoying Bostonians up.
I'm the same way and I'm taking the whole Katrina thing out of this. Just saying that all of a sudden they get good and then the bandwagon rolls out. Has Cowboys circa mid-90s all over it.
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Actually we are still rebuilding from Katrina.
You're in MS. The actual center of the storm. We never hear about you and I'm sure most of the fund raising by politicians and celebs gets poured into New Orleans, not Mississippi or anywhere else hit by hurricanes. I'm just tired of the sympathy campaign for New Orleans. They have received more money than any other place that was hit by a natural disaster and are still asking for more.

I have a ton if respect for the people of Mississippi after the hurricane. They never complained, never asked for Government and taxpayer handouts and in fact, were better prepared because they're not electing corrupt people to spend the levee money on everything BUT safety.

Seriously, every time I am watching football and they start talking about the Saints and Katrina, I always (often out loud) ask "What about Mississippi, or Florida?"

I understand it WAS devastating to a lot of people, but the actions of some in New Orleans afterward and then electing the same people who almost cost them their lives...it's tough to feel as much pity for them.
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You're in MS. The actual center of the storm. We never hear about you and I'm sure most of the fund raising by politicians and celebs gets poured into New Orleans, not Mississippi or anywhere else hit by hurricanes. I'm just tired of the sympathy campaign for New Orleans. They have received more money than any other place that was hit by a natural disaster and are still asking for more.

I have a ton if respect for the people of Mississippi after the hurricane. They never complained, never asked for Government and taxpayer handouts and in fact, were better prepared because they're not electing corrupt people to spend the levee money on everything BUT safety.

Seriously, every time I am watching football and they start talking about the Saints and Katrina, I always (often out loud) ask "What about Mississippi, or Florida?"

I understand it WAS devastating to a lot of people, but the actions of some in New Orleans afterward and then electing the same people who almost cost them their lives...it's tough to feel as much pity for them.
Thank you. New Orleans took Katrina on the chin because they built poor levees. We took Katrina on the chin because Katrina came right through our town. People on my block died because of trees falling on their houses and it was pure fortune that it wasn't me, too. It drives me nuts when people mention New Orleans only in connection to Katrina and forget about Mississippi.

But if you think that Mississippi does not elect corrupt politicians, then I'd like to sell you the Brooklyn Bridge.
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That is in bad taste to compare Katrina to Haiti. It is saying our disaster was worse than yours. Last report they had already buried 150,000 bodies with more to come in Haiti. At least with Katrina, the folks hit had time to get out, as they knew it was coming.
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Still yesterday, they were bringing it up to remind us that Haiti was nothing, Katrina is still a mess!

I'm torn, I would love to root for Gregg Williams and even Brunell and Prioleau, but I am just sick of the "Saints are so strong they way they saved the city after Katrina...New Orleans deserves this!"

It makes me want to root against them.



Anyways, I want to see Peyton Manning win more SBs than Brady to shut the annoying Bostonians up.

Yeah Haiti isn't anything. Over 150,000 dead and the body count is going to rise even more. A hurricane is overpowering for sure, but folks have at least a couple days to evacuate. You know it is coming and can escape. An earthquake is immediate and very scary. I know they are still rebuilding in NO and other places, but damn, Haiti is going to be rubble for a long, long, time.
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