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Gross: "To be honest with you, I've kind of loved everything that's happened in New Orleans"

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He is perhaps politically incorrect but being honest. After the way they admitted targeting Smitty and Newton and then ran up the yards and score last year so they could break some offensive records, I am sure that all the Panther players are secretly pleased with what has happened to the Saints**. That goes for a lot of fans also.

Payton is a cocky bastard who needed to be brought down a peg or two.

I have a feeling given the chance we will run the score up on them this time.

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Who had the bounty on Payton's knee?

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Who had the bounty on Payton's knee?

Payton himself, he needed a reason to get more vicodyn.

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Interesting read, I wouldn't say that I love it but I would say that it doesn't bother me in the least.

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LOL, I'm loving it too Jordan... I don't care what the ultimate outcome is, the only championship that franchise will ever win is forever tainted.

Saints*

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I don't visit Saints* Report very often, but just read some of those threads. Boy is it bad down there. Posts are way more ignorant than even our best trolls.

Makes me glad about having this forum. Plus Zod this forum design is like 100x better than theirs, so great job on that.

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Nothing like a couple years of relevance after decades of being the embarrassment of the league to make a team's fan base feel invincible. If they honestly think that the loss of coaches on the sidelines, the loss of some players, and the trouble with getting the QB signed isn't going to effect the production of the team, they have lost it.

Also, the fact that their best insult to us is "pantie fans" makes me lol. Saints***. Aints**. Taints**. Regardless, the asterisks remain. trololololololol

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The Saints*************** and their fanbase have been playing hookie for as long as I can remember, they've just gotten worse in recent years. They got a big head when Brees came in, that's all. Once Brees is gone, and he will leave someday, they will return to their rightful throne in the Janitor's Closet.

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lmao some fugtard on that board is talking about a "winning culture"

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I bet they hate Darren Woodson right now, claiming the Saints* will finish in 3rd place this year. I looked for a thread on it, but didnt see one.

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