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Herbert The Love Bug

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Is that how all games are called with the Saints?

basically, yes

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basically, yes

I guess you missed the point since I doubt you would ever agree with something pro Saints since the goal of every single post of your is to disagree or counter any point made by either myself or about Saints, so let me help you out, the refs called Brees twice for false start penalties when he put his hands up while snap counting like he does every single other game and just like almost every single other QB does. So he is basically asking if we get screwed by refs like this all the time after probably seeing all the blatantly wrong and uncalled penalties the game before against Pats.

Plus there were two 15 yard roughing the passer penalties called on same Saints player on a drive that was stopped twice on 3rd down and finally led to 7 points where both tackles were made with arms and slightly touched helmets. If not for those 30 yards and two penalties on back to back 3rd down stops, the Bills would have been held to 10. Not to mention, Jenkins was called for a defenseless receiver penalty on a perfect tackle because his back rubbed against Pats receivers helmet which kept drive going since that knocked ball loose on 3rd down play. The league agreed and Jenkins had his fine removed.

So bottom line, he is either asking if Saints get always screwed by refs OR he is asking if Saints always get hit with tacky calls of penalties rarely called. Apparently you believe yes, this is the case! Thanks for supporting the Saints!

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eurotrash

 

this is why the stains get blown out by 7-9 teams in the first round of the playoffs on a yearly basis

 

falcons too

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eurotrash

this is why the stains get blown out by 7-9 teams in the first round of the playoffs on a yearly basis

falcons too

Last playoffs the Saints beat Lions in 1st round and were leading SF with 1:33 left in game, went to SB 2 years earlier, went to NFC Champ game in 07. Meanwhile in same time period, Panthers haven't sniffed a winning record till a week ago, no wonder you're talking smack! Lol

Oh and the "blowout win" was a 5 point loss after a last second TD, never heard a 5 point loss called a blowout but looks like Panthers get blown out in their losses all the time!

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lol its a blowout when you lose to a 7-9 team in the playoffs, no matter the point differential

 

saints have never won a road playoff game in their existence, so I wouldn't get my hopes up about them making any noise this year either

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Last playoffs the Saints beat Lions in 1st round and were leading SF with 1:33 left in game, went to SB 2 years earlier, went to NFC Champ game in 07. Meanwhile in same time period, Panthers haven't sniffed a winning record till a week ago, no wonder you're talking smack! Lol

Oh and the "blowout win" was a 5 point loss after a last second TD, never heard a 5 point loss called a blowout but looks like Panthers get blown out in their losses all the time.

 

 

Our recent losses have largely been close, actually.

 

When Brees declines in a year or two and your mirage of a franchise comes back to reality, who're ya gonna root for?  No lifelong Saints fan is this delusional, mouth-breathing, or absolutely obsessed to affirm their supposed superiority in life.

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Yep, Saints terrible on the road, well except for that best road record since 2009 thing. But yeah, terrible.

Road warriors: The Saints improved their NFL-best record on the road to 23-11 since 2009. The New England Patriots were just one-half game behind, but they lost at Cincinnati on Sunday to fall to 22-13 on the road since 2009. ... Up next for the Saints? Another tough road test -- at New England.

http://espn.go.com/blog/new-orleans-saints/post/_/id/867/saints-morning-report-graham-tops-in-nfl

Before you say the record doesn't include Pats loss, that loss makes it currently 23-12, while Pats now 22-14 after Jets loss. Also, 5 of the 12 losses were last year without Payton, with him it's 20-7.

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what part of playoffs don't you understand?

 

oh yeah, you're a saints fan.  the playoffs completely baffle you.

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Holy poo Alice, do you refuse to use the word "the" on purpose?

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