Saints fan here "We talkin about practice?!!"

Discussion in 'Visiting Locker Room' started by BornNraisedWhoDat, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. Looking forward to a productive and injury free joint practice with your team.

    Been a crazy off season in the Who Dat nation, so we are just amped for some good ol' football!! Big fan of you guys' draft class so I will be watching how they match up against some of our guys.

    And our top 2 corners are injured, so I would like to see how our backup CB's handle the plethora of talented WR's and TE's.
  2. jmt57

    jmt57 Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    Even if they are not injured I am sure most Pats fans are asking the same question - i.e., how will the Pats handle coverage on all the Saints' talented pass catchers (WRs/TEs/RBs).
  3. Can't tell for sure without having been there but it sounds like your side may have dominated a little.

    Somebody should get Graham together with Gronk and Hernandez for a picture though. That aggregate TE star power breaks the scale as it's currently calibrated.
  4. With all the talk of a productive practice this week that sure was a yawner of a preseason game lol.

    2 words for Pats fans...Chandler Jones. Good God, is he really a rookie? He abused the hell out of Jermon Bushrod!

    I can see him being Defensive ROY, easily. That kid is going to dominate. One day I hope the Saints get a player like that in the front 4.
  5. jmt57

    jmt57 Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    I'm thinking that two precision offenses need more time to get in sync. Obviously the two defenses didn't suddenly become league leaders and the two offenses on par with the Rams and Browns. A lot less practices with the new CBA.

    HOGHEAVEN Rookie

    Your going to need all the help u can get vs the Skins. Get ready for a spanking. The coronation of RG3. We are all witnesses.
  7. dizz

    dizz Rookie

    Who'da thought the Saints would have lost
  8. 11back

    11back Rookie

    saints couldnt even beat kaep!!!
  9. 11back

    11back Rookie

    are the saints still in it mathematically?

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