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After we beat the Taints in the Dome, RR will be above .500

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At 7-3 we have already tied the most wins in a season under RR, and suddenly he's just 2 games south of .500 overall at 20-22.

 

We have the Fish and Bucs up next.  Both very winnable games, and no I don't think we will take anyone lightly.  Therefore, we will likely go into NO all tied up at 22-22 under RR.  A win in the toilet bowl on the 8th will put us above .500 overall for RR and Cammy Cam, and squarely #1 in the division.  I can't wait to see the Kraken rip that mole off of Brees' fuggin face.  Bring the pain!

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We're 12-4 in our last 16 games.

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can you imagine how nasty we'll be once Gettleman has had another offseason to work on the offense?  Dynasty comin attcha.

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ron wins coach of the year if we make a playoff run. bank on it.

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as I see it, the only legit contenders are:

 

NFC: Seattle, SF, NO, Carolina

AFC: NE, Denver, (iffy on the Bengals)

 

We have a real, solid chance at getting to the NFCC and Superbowl....and we'll only get better.

 

dynasty

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bumping this because it's still relevant.  We are now 21-22, 1 win away from being .500 under RR and Cammy Cam Sauce.  A win this weekend, and we are set up for an epic game in NO.

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Rivera deserves this...ive been very very harsh on him and didnt know if it would ever get better but his complete change in coaching dymanic is kind of unprecedented, he literally has made a 180 in terms of philosophy which really doesnt happen ecspecially in the NFL....hes a great guy i dont think anyone has ever questioned that...but hes finally getting the job done which is the most important thing

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 I can't wait to see the Kraken rip that mole off of Brees' fuggin face.  

 

That would be kind of hard seeing as he had it taken off in 2012.

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you mean he's had it 100% completely removed with absolutely no trace that it was ever there?  wow!

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