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Saints* suspensions upheld

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"We acknowledge that the violations disclosed by the NFL during their investigation of our club happened under our watch. We take full responsibility."

Yep, this statement from Loomis and Payton totally screams "we didn't do it".

That's propaganda by the NFL and the dictator roger goodell. Drew brees said it never happened, it must be true!

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your numbers are way off bro. Mayo 373, James Anderson 340(only started 2 yrs). I wont even do any more because you can't count anyway.

BWAHAHAHAHAH 340 tackles in 2 years? LMAO If you are counting assist in your definition of tackles then it proves you are a bigger moron then I thought. Make sure you aren't doing that before you get embarrassed even further.

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BWAHAHAHAHAH 340 tackles in 2 years? LMAO If you are counting assist in your definition of tackles then it proves you are a bigger moron then I thought. Make sure you aren't doing that before you get embarrassed even further.

Okay then you are just making your stats up. Nobody averages 100 unassisted tackles a year. You wear the clown hat around here chump.

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Did you not read my post? Show me ONE link, ONE quote, ONE statement where any coach or player or front office person admits to a bounty program. In the statements and links you provided there is not one sentence where there is an admittance of a bounty program. There is a reason for this, there wasn't one! Can't you get it through your head that the NFL started this process and used unreliable, inaccurate information that snowballed and now they don't know how to get out of it.

By the way, you link that refers to the NFL stating that they had tried twice to shut it down came from the NFL. You really consider that reliable. LMAO

ugh. i'm convinced you are either a panther fan trolling or really just beyond dumb and ignorant.

"We acknowledge that the violations disclosed by the NFL during their investigation of our club happened under our watch. We take full responsibility."

Yep, this statement from Loomis and Payton totally screams "we didn't do it".

thanks for pointing that out. sad that it needed to be done, but blindboy Saints* fan seems to only see what he wants to, or at least what he's limited to seeing because of his obvious handicap.

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ugh. i'm convinced you are either a panther fan trolling or really just beyond dumb and ignorant.

I'd like to think there aren't people in the world who are really that stupid.

Experience with the public tells me otherwise :(

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"We acknowledge that the violations disclosed by the NFL during their investigation of our club happened under our watch. We take full responsibility."

Yep, this statement from Loomis and Payton totally screams "we didn't do it".

HAHAHA That's it? That's your response? GM and Coach accepted responsibility, for what went on. They were ultimately responsible for what went on with Greg Williams and the Defense. They never admitted any involvement with the bounty or knowledge of it. They owned their responsibility as head coach, and general manager, that this went on during their watch.

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what went on then? you said that "this" went on...whats this "this" you speak of then, if it doesn't include the bounty program, since that was what the statement was made for, nothing else...

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Okay then you are just making your stats up. Nobody averages 100 unassisted tackles a year. You wear the clown hat around here chump.

Really????? Please just bow out graciously

According to ProFootball focus, Fletcher is tied with the Detroit Lions’ Stephen Tulloch with 308 solo tackles over the past three years, although Fletcher has 81 assists compared to Tulloch’s 66. New Saint Curtis Lofton and Chad Greenway from the Vikings are the only other linebackers with over 300 solo tackles in that span.

https://www.profootballfocus.com/blog/2012/07/05/three-years-of-tacklnig-efficiency-linebackers/

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what went on then? you said that "this" went on...whats this "this" you speak of then, if it doesn't include the bounty program, since that was what the statement was made for, nothing else...

Pay for Performance. Something every team in the league does on a regular basis.

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Really????? Please just bow out graciously

According to ProFootball focus, Fletcher is tied with the Detroit Lions’ Stephen Tulloch with 308 solo tackles over the past three years, although Fletcher has 81 assists compared to Tulloch’s 66. New Saint Curtis Lofton and Chad Greenway from the Vikings are the only other linebackers with over 300 solo tackles in that span.

https://www.profootb...cy-linebackers/

according to NFL.com your boy Lofton has 285 solo tackles in 3yrs, i'll take the official stat tracking you can take your fantasy stats, goes perfectly for your stat nerd fans.

You can try to sidetrack the point of this thread all you want, your lowlife organization if made up of cheaters and will forever have an * next to their one pretend achievement and in a couple of years, you and the rest of your pathetic fanbase will go back to wearing what you are best know for - bag heads.

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Pay for Performance. Something every team in the league does on a regular basis.

yeah except "violations disclosed by the NFL" as mentioned in their statement(s) and subsequently copped to includes what the NFL alleges is a pay-to-injure bounty program lmao.

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yeah except "violations disclosed by the NFL" as mentioned in their statement(s) and subsequently copped to includes what the NFL alleges is a pay-to-injure bounty program lmao.

next thing is this clown will find a website that keeps "hits that cause injuries" as stats, and will claim that is pay for performance. The best hit all last year was when Pierre got his head rung against the Niners.

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