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What Saints Fans are Saying - Part Deux

Dec 18 2013 08:05 AM Zod Carolina Panthers
This morning I decided to take a visit to SaintsReport.com to observe Saints fans in their natural habitat.

Here are a few pearls of wisdom they are offering...

We manhandled them recently, This is a must win game for them... even if they beat us in Carolina we can still stick it to them by beating Tampa. There is ten times more pressure on them. Put the towel back over their collective heads.


This is essentially a playoff game! My only cause for pause is that we were in this exact same predicament leading up to the Seattle game. Playoff seeding was on the line, we were going on the road to play a very physical team and we didn't show up. It's a shame that it had to come down to this, but on Sunday we will see what the 2013 Saints are made of. Will we rise to the occasion or shrivel under the pressure? At this point I don't know what to expect. This game is a "pick em"! Both teams are going to play hard.


The way it is playing out, the Saints have stumbled into a "winner take all" scenario on Sunday - win and you get the 2 seed, and rest the starters the final week of the season. If the Saints pull out a win against a strong Carolina team in their house, an argument could be made that the St. Louis debacle served to get the team focused to get the job done, while sapping the Rams loss of any relevance whatsoever, in terms of playoff implications, all the while building confidence going into the post season.

On the road, against that front 7, adjustments will need to be made in the form of extra help on the O-line, which will probably lead to limiting some of the offensive firepower, but, if that means giving Brees time to try to hit one of the receivers and avoid getting hit repeatedly, then so be it.



It seems Saints fans are a little more humble before this meeting than last. That might have something to do with the plastering the Rams gave them.

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Suck the Faints..............

I don't actually believe this but, do you ever wonder if the other teams locker room is bugged? Season after season the Saints look like a 4-12 team outside the dome but they look like the 1972 Miami Dolphins inside the dome..

Like I said I don't actually believe this but... Sean Payton has cheated before..


In the past 5 years, even including this years subpar 3-4 road record, Saints have best road win record since 09. Also Payton has never cheated, the punishment was for not doing enough to find put and stop Williams from rewarding players for big plays. GW and defense were a separate entity and had separate meetings rooms. Saints was one of many teams rewarding for big plays, the issue was they were told to stop and didn't while teams like Packers did stop.

Actually the smash for cash programs has been part of NFL for the longest time and was openly deemed ok and within rules by Taligbue, them with no changes to rules, Goodell called the same thing against rules.


Packers defensive end Reggie White acknowledged yesterday that he doled out his entire paycheck to his teammates following last week's playoff victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

``I gave them money for big hits,'' White said.

The smash-for-cash program depleted White's $13,000 game check in $500 increments, according to a report in Friday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

White, the 34-year-old all-pro and former Eagle, said his incentive program would continue for tomorrow's NFC championship game against the Dallas Cowboys.

More than 10 players received $500, including linebacker Wayne Simmons, who was rewarded for the fumble he forced that was returned for the game's first touchdown by teammate Craig Newsome, White said.

White awarded himself $500 for a hard hit on 49ers quarterback Steve Young.

``I don't know if the money is any more motivation, but I know I paid out a lot,'' White said.

Giving cash bonuses for big plays and hits has been going on in Green Bay since the 1994 season, the Journal Sentinel's story said.

About 75 percent of the players contributed money this year to a fund for that purpose, but the pot had run dry by the final weeks of the regular season. White and defensive end Sean Jones then kicked in money to keep it operating.

Greg Aiello, an NFL spokesman, said there was nothing wrong with what White did, likening it to a quarterback buying gifts for his offensive linemen.


http://articles.phil...its-greg-aiello

IMO: the one factor that is going to matter most Sunday is our pass rush. If we get to Brees getting sacks and causing bad throws (hopefully INTs). we can win. If we sit back and let our secondary try to do the hard work, it won't matter where we are playing.

Definitely. Even against Rams Brees had almost 400 yards and drove to redzone 6 times, but the 3 turnovers and surprise onside kick which is basically like a turnover was the reason for loss. Also the big early hole was huge against Rams and Seahawks since it made them one dimensional on offense.

On the other hand, last game against Panthers, Payton realized that defending the run was what Panthers did best and defending pass is what they did worst so he came in with a plan to pass heavy, like 85% passes and Panthers had no answers. Either way, I wouldn't expect to see Saints trying to run up the middle.


Payton is 6-1 against Panthers in last 7 games with only loss coming from last game of 09 season where we sat most of the starters. Even in last years two games the offense put up 27 and 38, so they have been able to score on offense.

In the past 5 years, even including this years subpar 3-4 road record, Saints have best road win record since 09. Also Payton has never cheated, the punishment was for not doing enough to find put and stop Williams from rewarding players for big plays. GW and defense were a separate entity and had separate meetings rooms. Saints was one of many teams rewarding for big plays, the issue was they were told to stop and didn't while teams like Packers did stop.

Actually the smash for cash programs has been part of NFL for the longest time and was openly deemed ok and within rules by Taligbue, them with no changes to rules, Goodell called the same thing against rules.


Packers defensive end Reggie White acknowledged yesterday that he doled out his entire paycheck to his teammates following last week's playoff victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

``I gave them money for big hits,'' White said.

The smash-for-cash program depleted White's $13,000 game check in $500 increments, according to a report in Friday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

White, the 34-year-old all-pro and former Eagle, said his incentive program would continue for tomorrow's NFC championship game against the Dallas Cowboys.

More than 10 players received $500, including linebacker Wayne Simmons, who was rewarded for the fumble he forced that was returned for the game's first touchdown by teammate Craig Newsome, White said.

White awarded himself $500 for a hard hit on 49ers quarterback Steve Young.

``I don't know if the money is any more motivation, but I know I paid out a lot,'' White said.

Giving cash bonuses for big plays and hits has been going on in Green Bay since the 1994 season, the Journal Sentinel's story said.

About 75 percent of the players contributed money this year to a fund for that purpose, but the pot had run dry by the final weeks of the regular season. White and defensive end Sean Jones then kicked in money to keep it operating.

Greg Aiello, an NFL spokesman, said there was nothing wrong with what White did, likening it to a quarterback buying gifts for his offensive linemen.


http://articles.phil...its-greg-aiello

 

I made that post in hopes it would attract your fat ass. 

 

Nice wall of text you have there..

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I wonder when Fatfish will realize no one really reads its wall if meaningless drivel. I tried a couple of times, but then quickly realized it's redundant use of blatantly skewed irrelevant stats. Oh Dat Stat Fat.

Definitely. Even against Rams Brees had almost 400 yards and drove to redzone 6 times, but the 3 turnovers and surprise onside kick which is basically like a turnover was the reason for loss. Also the big early hole was huge against Rams and Seahawks since it made them one dimensional on offense.

On the other hand, last game against Panthers, Payton realized that defending the run was what Panthers did best and defending pass is what they did worst so he came in with a plan to pass heavy, like 85% passes and Panthers had no answers. Either way, I wouldn't expect to see Saints trying to run up the middle.


Payton is 6-1 against Panthers in last 7 games with only loss coming from last game of 09 season where we sat most of the starters. Even in last years two games the offense put up 27 and 38, so they have been able to score on offense.

You can cherry pick all kinds of numbers....not sure what Payton vs Fox/Delhomme has to do with anything

For example, Brees vs Ron's Panthers at Carolina is 1-1. The one win was a last second FG.

And again, trying to use Dome stats to defend what your team will do outdoors this year......is a pointless arguement. Saints have proven beyond a questionable doubt they are a drastically different team.

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"You guys are delusional, Brees doesn't play worse on the road, Look at those garbage time stats he raked up!"

I made that post in hopes it would attract your fat ass.

Nice wall of text you have there..
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So you're posting with the purpose of attracting the attention of another male? Interesting. I guess that's better than the constant police attention you get you're alway crying about here.

So you're posting with the purpose of attracting the attention of another male? Interesting. I guess that's better than the constant police attention you get you're alway crying about here.

yep

In the past 5 years, even including this years subpar 3-4 road record, Saints have best road win record since 09. Also Payton has never cheated, the punishment was for not doing enough to find put and stop Williams from rewarding players for big plays. GW and defense were a separate entity and had separate meetings rooms. Saints was one of many teams rewarding for big plays, the issue was they were told to stop and didn't while teams like Packers did stop.

Actually the smash for cash programs has been part of NFL for the longest time and was openly deemed ok and within rules by Taligbue, them with no changes to rules, Goodell called the same thing against rules.


Packers defensive end Reggie White acknowledged yesterday that he doled out his entire paycheck to his teammates following last week's playoff victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

``I gave them money for big hits,'' White said.

The smash-for-cash program depleted White's $13,000 game check in $500 increments, according to a report in Friday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

White, the 34-year-old all-pro and former Eagle, said his incentive program would continue for tomorrow's NFC championship game against the Dallas Cowboys.

More than 10 players received $500, including linebacker Wayne Simmons, who was rewarded for the fumble he forced that was returned for the game's first touchdown by teammate Craig Newsome, White said.

White awarded himself $500 for a hard hit on 49ers quarterback Steve Young.

``I don't know if the money is any more motivation, but I know I paid out a lot,'' White said.

Giving cash bonuses for big plays and hits has been going on in Green Bay since the 1994 season, the Journal Sentinel's story said.

About 75 percent of the players contributed money this year to a fund for that purpose, but the pot had run dry by the final weeks of the regular season. White and defensive end Sean Jones then kicked in money to keep it operating.

Greg Aiello, an NFL spokesman, said there was nothing wrong with what White did, likening it to a quarterback buying gifts for his offensive linemen.


http://articles.phil...its-greg-aiello


Haha another saints fan trying to justify injuring people on purpose. Fugging scum of the earth. Jump back into your vat of lard, nobody wants to hear your excuses.

Sunday is a high of 77 degrees, but a 50% chance of rain and winds upto 22 mph. If it's rainy and windy I think that would greatly affect Brees' timing routes with his receivers. Johnson will be much better this game, as well. I predict we will win this time around.

 

Panthers 24

Saints 21

Haha another saints fan trying to justify injuring people on purpose. Fugging scum of the earth. Jump back into your vat of lard, nobody wants to hear your excuses.

excuse making...it's what saints fans are best at and will continue to do until the wheels fall off that septic tank vacuum truck they call a bandwagon and they start cheering for the next trendy choice.

In the past 5 years, even including this years subpar 3-4 road record, Saints have best road win record since 09. Also Payton has never cheated, the punishment was for not doing enough to find put and stop Williams from rewarding players for big plays. GW and defense were a separate entity and had separate meetings rooms. Saints was one of many teams rewarding for big plays, the issue was they were told to stop and didn't while teams like Packers did stop.

Actually the smash for cash programs has been part of NFL for the longest time and was openly deemed ok and within rules by Taligbue, them with no changes to rules, Goodell called the same thing against rules.


Packers defensive end Reggie White acknowledged yesterday that he doled out his entire paycheck to his teammates following last week's playoff victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

``I gave them money for big hits,'' White said.

The smash-for-cash program depleted White's $13,000 game check in $500 increments, according to a report in Friday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

White, the 34-year-old all-pro and former Eagle, said his incentive program would continue for tomorrow's NFC championship game against the Dallas Cowboys.

More than 10 players received $500, including linebacker Wayne Simmons, who was rewarded for the fumble he forced that was returned for the game's first touchdown by teammate Craig Newsome, White said.

White awarded himself $500 for a hard hit on 49ers quarterback Steve Young.

``I don't know if the money is any more motivation, but I know I paid out a lot,'' White said.

Giving cash bonuses for big plays and hits has been going on in Green Bay since the 1994 season, the Journal Sentinel's story said.

About 75 percent of the players contributed money this year to a fund for that purpose, but the pot had run dry by the final weeks of the regular season. White and defensive end Sean Jones then kicked in money to keep it operating.

Greg Aiello, an NFL spokesman, said there was nothing wrong with what White did, likening it to a quarterback buying gifts for his offensive linemen.


http://articles.phil...its-greg-aiello

Big hits and big plays are a far cry from the pay for knocking players out of the game that the Saints were using.

 

Just go suck the exaust fumes from your imaginary bentley and die, you worthless douchenozzle.

Well, I wish I could be a homer and say the saints definitely win Sunday - but, I can't - I do believe the Saints have the talent to win, it just does not appear likely that the they win sunday - Carolina is playing great and they are at home (outside) - and we have stunk on the road this year, I think Panthers win this one.  However, those predicting a Panthers win by 20+ points, I think are being homers as well....

There sure are a several Panther fans that go over to SaintsReport and kiss ass over there.

There sure are a several Panther fans that go over to SaintsReport and kiss ass over there.

you have to if u want to continue to post there, which i dont understand why anyone would care to

Really, who cares what they "think"?

There sure are a several Panther fans that go over to SaintsReport and kiss ass over there.

 

I prefer to stay away from there.....you can't get the stinch out of your clothing once you visit.

Drew Brees vs Melvin White


lulz

 

Terron Armstead vs. the Kraken. 

i think that fuging dome is still wired up with microphones

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ImagineDAT_1963
Dec 18 2013 06:08 PM
Get off our nuts!

Get off our nuts!

 

fug your expansion team

Panthers suck at home and their fans for the most part just suck period.... ain't scurred.  You have to go back to 2009 for the last time Carolina had a winning record at home.... i think you've had what 2 seasons in the last 10 years with a winning record at home LOL.  That's what Saints fans are saying. 

 

Proceed with the insults b*tchez cuz all you do is resort to insulting the city, the franchise etc. because you've got nothing over us out on the field.  Yall were alright the last couple years, could actually talk football but now that you finally have a winning record the assholes come out.

 

I live in VA and have been to your home, wasn't impressed.  Saints own the Pussy

how many road playoff games have the saints won in their 40 years dominating the league?

Panthers suck at home and their fans for the most part just suck period.... ain't scurred. You have to go back to 2009 for the last time Carolina had a winning record at home.... i think you've had what 2 seasons in the last 10 years with a winning record at home LOL. That's what Saints fans are saying.

Proceed with the insults b*tchez cuz all you do is resort to insulting the city, the franchise etc. because you've got nothing over us out on the field. Yall were alright the last couple years, could actually talk football but now that you finally have a winning record the assholes come out.

I live in VA and have been to your home, wasn't impressed. Saints own the Pussy


I see the short bus just dropped off in the neighborhood. Run on home now...mommy is gonna get worried if her special little man doesn't come straight home.
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