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Can a team with 18 players on IR ruin the Panthers season?

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Can a fan of a team with 18 players on IR be any more whiny than the original poster?

Been there, done that. We've got quite a few whiny-assed fans, but you put them all to shame.

We were working with our 5th running back by the end of the season and finished 3rd in the division.

I was thinking the same thing. I think the Huddle should start a Whinner Forum where fans of different teams can go cry about calls from the refs, weather conditions, number of players on IR, or how your QB has the best stats all year but my team is still not going to make the playoffs, ect....

I bet it would be popular.

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The saint have never had an incredible year, one maybe two decent years but nothing incredible, this organization has never been to the Super Bowl and how many years have they been around.

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No I listed the same people on the depth chart compared to the Saints. 9 starters on IR for the Saints.

I repeat BS. You were down 2 or 3 starters until a week or 2 ago. Your season was already crap when you lost Grant, Deuce and Bush. If your guys hadn't been juicing you'd probably be battling it out with the lions.

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Besides Grant who was hurt early this season, the only ''juicer'' that plays consistently is Will Smith and he sucks.

And your Lions comment is laughable at best, the Saints are a mediocre to good team, but nothing close to the Lions.

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Besides Grant who was hurt early this season, the only ''juicer'' that plays consistently is Will Smith and he sucks.

And your Lions comment is laughable at best, the Saints are a mediocre to good team, but nothing close to the Lions.

The only Juicers on the Saints to be caught are Deuce , Grant , & Smith. Without the chemical assistance, the Saints are with the Lions.

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Besides Grant who was hurt early this season, the only ''juicer'' that plays consistently is Will Smith and he sucks.

And your Lions comment is laughable at best, the Saints are a mediocre to good team, but nothing close to the Lions.

Hmm lets see how about:

Marques Colson (one of the top 3 receivers in the NFC south) missed 6 out of first 7 games.

Aaron Stecker (2nd team running back) averaged 5.4 yards per carry in the first game and then was injured and out for the year

Mark Simoneau 4th on the team in tackles in 2007 with 51 out all year

Hollis Thomas starting DT missed first 10 games

Tracey Porter starting CB missed last 11 games and out for the year

Jeremy Shockey missed most of first 7 games

Mark Campbell tight end IR all year

Sedrick Ellis missed 5 of first 8 games

David Patton starting WR missed most of the season

Roman Harper starting safety missed 3 of first 4 games.

That enough for you??

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the majority of those players are average at best and wouldn't of made a difference

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Hmm lets see how about:

Marques Colson (one of the top 3 receivers in the NFC south) missed 6 out of first 7 games.

Started week 1, then missed 5 games , didn't start but played against the Panthers (didn't catch any) Official gamebook Check under substititions

Aaron Stecker (2nd team running back) averaged 5.4 yards per carry in the first game and then was injured and out for the year

Stecker is a career backup and kick returner. He didn't play in your first game. His 8 carries have been spread out over 4 different games

Mark Simoneau 4th on the team in tackles in 2007 with 51 out all year

4th with 51 tackles is a good thing? The Panther have 7 with more than that and a game left. The Saints recognized he was junk and got Vilma

Hollis Thomas starting DT missed first 10 games

Total BS. He wasn't a starter, was released after week 1and brought back in November

Tracey Porter starting CB missed last 11 games and out for the year

Rookie, got toasted in 2 games against quality WRs. I'll give credit. He will become a decent CB.

Jeremy Shockey missed most of first 7 games

He missed 3 games. He's a headcase. You'd have been better if he missed more

Mark Campbell tight end IR all year

This must be one of your "key" backups. Averages less than 2 catches a game.

Sedrick Ellis missed 5 of first 8 games

Wrong again. He started 5 of first 8. missed 3

David Patton starting WR missed most of the season

Fragile old backup who hasn't done squat on any team other than the Pats

Roman Harper starting safety missed 3 of first 4 games.

He missed week 2. Started every other week

That enough for you??

Are you ever going to give up on exagerating this injury excuse of yours?

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Are you ever going to give up on exagerating this injury excuse of yours?

You know you win when they have no response, Good Job!

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Are you ever going to give up on exagerating this injury excuse of yours?

Smokin crack again I see, your numbers are way off. All you have to do is look at your comments on Hollis Thomas, has been and was going to be a starter this year. He was released because of an injury and then was resigned after rehab. go read some more comic books and see if you can come up with something better.

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Smokin crack again I see, your numbers are way off. All you have to do is look at your comments on Hollis Thomas, has been and was going to be a starter this year. He was released because of an injury and then was resigned after rehab. go read some more comic books and see if you can come up with something better.

so he was right about the others?

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