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#3293500 Do you think Cam would ever pull a Chris Borland?

Posted by X-Clown on 21 March 2015 - 01:22 PM

On mobile, you can't see who started threads without opening.


And yet, when I read the thread title i knew immediately who posted it.


#3292536 Hey Saints Fans

Posted by X-Clown on 20 March 2015 - 02:33 PM

9 times out of 10 Payton** lets his enormous nuts hang out. The defense was playing well, and let's be real, it's Cam fugging Newton at QB. What's to be afraid of? Unfortunately, old man Harper ends up covering Ted Ginn and boom, 40 yards later, it's red zone time.

9 times out of 10 Ron reaches in to grab his nuts, only to find a tampon string hanging where his nuts should be. I wonder how many dicks he had to suck to keep his job? Because he certainly didn't keep it for his coaching ability.

 

All I'm reading is excuses and a grown man (supposedly) talking about other grown men's balls, dicks, and male on male blowjobs. If you're going to go that route, here's a great website you can discuss those topics with other like minded individuals.

 

www.saintsreport.com




#3283595 NFL.com: "Saints following the 2014 Cowboys blueprint that catapulted Ton...

Posted by X-Clown on 13 March 2015 - 11:55 PM

Also, here is a rundown on how successful the saints have been with picks in the top 78 in the loomis/peyton era.


2006 1st rd #2 Reggie Bush - he doesnt completely suck but taking a 3rd down back at #2 overall when there were 9 pro bowlers selected in the next 30 picks is pretty awful
2006 2nd rd #42 Roman Harper - good pick for where he was
2007 1st round #27 Robert Meachem - was a #3 receiver at his peak.
2007 3rd round #66 Usama Young - bust, started 6 games in 4 seasons in NO
2008 1st round #7 Sedrick Ellis - BUST.
2008 2nd round #40 Tracy Porter - average player known for one great play
2009 1st round #14 Malcolm Jenkins- did OK when he left swamptown. Always get the LOLs when i watch him whiff on cam on the now infamous hixon TD. Bust!
2010 1st round #32 Patrick Robinson - B U S T. He could give up hundred yard games to bersin and naanee.
2010 2nd round #64 Charles Brown - Another bust, would be behind byron bell on any depth chart
2011 1st round #24 Cameron Jordan - Stud, easily best pick on this list
2011 1st round #28 Mark Ingram - had one good year and required a trade up to get him. Not a bust, but demarco murray went 2 rounds later
2011 3rd round #72 Martez Wilson - started one game in 3 seasons, bust
2013 1st round #15 Kenny Vacarro - decent rookie year, but got benched last year. Trending toward a bust.
2013 3rd round #72 Terron Armstread - despite greg hardy undressing him in 2013, has been decent
2014 1st round #20 Brandin Cooks - showed a lot of potential, but thanks for letting us get kelvin instead
2014 2nd round #58 Stanley Jean-Baptiste - despite an utterly shitty secondary he couldnt manage to see the field. I cant decide my favorite part, the fact that we got bene three rounds later or the fact that alice was comparing him to richard sherman

I dont think i can sleep at night knowing that the saints hold so many high draft picks in this draft


#3282597 NFL.com: "Saints following the 2014 Cowboys blueprint that catapulted Ton...

Posted by X-Clown on 13 March 2015 - 02:21 PM

The Cowboys drafted offensive linemen three years in a row in the first round.....and didn't dump Dez Bryant and Jason Witten the last time I checked. How is that similar to what the Saints have done??




#3279669 Saints trade G Ben Grubbs to KC for 5th round pick

Posted by X-Clown on 12 March 2015 - 12:42 PM

All of this may be true. But trading an overpaid guard instead of cutting him and getting nothing for him has nothing to do with that.

 

Let me guess, Jimmy Graham is an overrated system tight end and that's why you traded him too?




#3274796 Saints deal TE Jimmy Graham to Seahawks

Posted by X-Clown on 10 March 2015 - 04:17 PM

Look at how it's done folks. Big FA signings, big trades. This is how you rise to the top. We want to follow Seattle's lead on the field but are too scared to imitate them off of it because we can't accept that it isn't 2002 anymore.

 

Weren't you the guy that said the salary cap is a myth and that the Saints weren't going to have to worry about losing players because of it?




#3267316 Jets could look to an old friend of ours

Posted by X-Clown on 07 March 2015 - 07:39 AM

Moore is better than half of the starting AFCE's QBs.



Not saying he's anything special but if I were the Browns, Bills, Jets, Broncos, I'd take a gander at him over what's available and what they've got.


Matt moore is better than peyton manning? Welcome back to the huddle TRD.


#3243160 Random Panther Memories

Posted by X-Clown on 15 February 2015 - 11:28 PM

Rodney peete throws for over 300 yards and 3 Tds in a game against the bengals. The panthers score 52 points, some guy named steve smith catches one of the TDs and returns two punts for TDs (one for 61, the other for 87).


#3229552 The sabotage: For the glory of Wilson or Brady. NOT Lynch

Posted by X-Clown on 03 February 2015 - 10:42 AM

Lynch wouldn't have won MVP even if he had scored. Would have been Russell, Matthews, or possibly Bobby Wagner.




#3228268 IF you could ONLY choose one?

Posted by X-Clown on 02 February 2015 - 10:42 AM

I don't disagree that Kuechly is better at what he does than Cam is at what he does, but that's not the question. QB is infinitely more valuable to a team than an MLB, plus even without Kuechly you already have a stud defensive line, a stud OLB and an up and coming secondary.

 

The good news is that we won't have to worry about this, because both guys are not going anywhere




#3227719 Russell Wilson is smoke and mirrors.

Posted by X-Clown on 02 February 2015 - 12:28 AM

For all the complaining we do about our receivers not being up to par, Russell just got a guy who had never caught a pass in the NFL a 100 yard game. I get why a lot of you hate him, because lady luck seens to shine on him a lot and we have to hear comparisons to Cam non-stop, but its just screams sour grapes to call him garbage


#3227696 So would you rather get completely blown out...

Posted by X-Clown on 02 February 2015 - 12:13 AM

You guys are killing me. How many of you with a straight face would say after a game like our gane against the ravens this year "Oh well at least we didn't lose a close game that could have gone either way."


#3227689 J.J. Watt moving to log cabin in 'middle of nowhere' to train

Posted by X-Clown on 02 February 2015 - 12:09 AM

Doesnt surprise me, check out this article right before the season...

http://grantland.com...14-nfl-preview/

My favorite part:

That’s where the playfulness ends. The first time Charlie Partridge, Watt’s defensive line coach at Wisconsin, met him, he had only one thought: That’s a very, very serious young man. At times, the approach makes relating to his peers a struggle. His longtime trainer, Brad Arnett, tells a story about when Watt and a few Badgers teammates were working out at NX Level. The others were talking about a bar in Madison, one of those spots so established it might as well be a stop at freshman orientation. When they asked Watt what he thought of the place, he didn’t have an answer. He’d never been. How, they kept asking, is that possible? “You want to know how?” Watt snapped back. “I was too busy becoming a first-round pick.”




#3227651 So would you rather get completely blown out...

Posted by X-Clown on 01 February 2015 - 11:48 PM

If we get blown out, I get to get drunk at about halftime and have some time to get over any hangover before work.


You must have been fuged up in the first quarter of week 17


#3227642 So would you rather get completely blown out...

Posted by X-Clown on 01 February 2015 - 11:46 PM

id rather lose a close game any day, if i have to watch a loss. Having no hope (ala the cardinals game in 08' after the third turnover, seahawks game in 05' after goings went out) for most of the fame and sitting through it is worse.