Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by IcyPatriot, Jan 7, 2018.
I sure hope so. Congratulations on a great win though, enjoy tonight!
Gee you don't say. I say that and I get personally attacked here
Not sure how we beat new orleans earlier in the year, they seem unbeatable. Pitt, NO, and Atlanta I think are the only teams that COULD beat NE.
On to the Titanbergers though.
I don't think Atlanta can beat us.
All in all, a good weekend of games, can't wait until Saturday night!!!!!!
Man you're being a homer just like a couple of years ago on here when you tried to justify that Jimmy Graham was better than Gronk.
I agree. Should be close game but I see Saints prevailing.
They should. More balanced team.
Mc Courty did it this season.
Devin McCourty picks off Josh McCown's fourth-down pass
""We wanted [Newton] to sit down [near the sideline] to give [backup QB Derek Anderson] a chance to warm up," Rivera explained. "I mean, he was injured. Instead of trying to bravely walk off, we wanted him to take a knee to give our guy a couple of throws."
Cam Newton clears concussion protocol in loss
No but he did absorb a helmet-to-helmet hit and was hit technically after he was already downed.
Any Cam Newton presser sighting?
I've got my popcorn ready.
Much better defense and secondary. Should be a good game. If the saints win that game they likely will make the super bowl.
So in the Wild card round.
We had one QB(Bortles) who rushed for more yards than he passed for
And another(Mariota) who can throw and catch the ball himself
lol so true, well it worked but who knew it was Brees and not Graham lol um again
New Orleans also lost to the Rams and Falcons (and Tampa Bay in the more or less meaningless regular season finale). They are a very good football team. But not unbeatable.
Dilfer comes out ahead in passer rating and yards per attempt. Manning was basically just checking down to avoid turnovers in 2015. Dilfer's completion percentage is worse, but he was gunning it down the field. Manning needed 92 throws for 539 yards.
Minnesota, hosting the Super Bowl, would be quite the challenge, too. Can’t forget about them. If they win at home vs New Orleans, they’re almost certainly going to curb stomp the winner of the PHI/ATL game to host the SB.
As a matter of fact, I saw that some of the Sports books had them as odds on favorites above us. Not sure how you could forget to include them, but they’re for real in my opinion.
They lost to the Vikings too, I believe.
Yes, in their opener. I remember that Saints fans were losing their minds after losing to the Pats and starting 0-2. Saw comments about how Peyton should be fired and such. How quickly things turned around for them.
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