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New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo can't wait for Sean Payton to return from suspension

http://www.nola.com/saints/index.ssf/2013/01/new_orleans_saints_defensive_c_44.html

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Sean Payton is back so he needs a bounty minded Def. coordinator to help bring that team together. A leopard doesn't change his spots. Once a cheat. Always a cheat. Fug the Aints

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no no no Spags is a defensive master mind and will take the Saints to the first ever Super bowl on your home field he just needs a few more games for the players to get acclimated

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I'm not the only one that remembers the saints trolls in here after Williams got let go and suspended and they said it didn't matter because spagnuolo was 10x the DC that Greg Williams was. Lol.

Worst defense in the history of the league. Lulz bitches.

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Sean Payton is back so he needs a bounty minded Def. coordinator to help bring that team together. A leopard doesn't change his spots. Once a cheat. Always a cheat. Fug the Aints

Bounty program isn't cheating for one and for two I guarantee other teams have done te same type f program just never got caught. Chill

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Remember those stupid ass Saints fans that were talking up how awesome their D was gonna be with Spags at the helm? Inbred morons, folks.

Edit: guess I should have read thread before posting. I see I'm not the only one who remembers those idiots.

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They may justify this by suggesting that they are going 3-4, a move I do not understand. While Atlanta and New Orleans begin the process of getting younger, Tampa Bay and Carolina come of age. Advantage Panthers.

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