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PhillyB

the new orleans saints have never won a road playoff game in nfl history

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according to ESPN. this is news to me.

 

...but it shouldn't be. expose them to grass and weather and other natural elements and they collapse into the pile of dome-coddled anal refuse they actually are.

 

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14 in a row in the dome though. It won't be 15.

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now ESPN is saying they've just never run a road playoff game with sean peyton at the helm

 

oh well

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now ESPN is saying they've just never run a road playoff game with sean peyton at the helm

oh well

No it's true, they've never won one in their franchises history.

It literally took them 34 years to get their first playoff win, and didn't get another one for another 6 years until Payton and brees showed up.

Most new saints fans that will undoubtedly start flooding our board this week will not believe this, so make sure to bring this up.

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easy to see why

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they are a finesse team.

 

this is what happens when they play a physical team. and this is why i know we have a good shot.

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now ESPN is saying they've just never run a road playoff game with sean peyton at the helm

oh well

No they just let 7-9 teams beat them at home in the playoffs.

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No they just let 7-9 teams beat them at home in the playoffs.

If you are referring to the Seahawks game, that was in Seattle

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