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Rumor: Hill to Start over Wintson Week 1

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1 hour ago, Shotgun said:

They'll kick our ass with either of them starting. 

You'll get poo for this because folks are fragile but how we do against the Saints and Bucs will determine how for real we are moving forward with Rhule. Even without Brees Payton will give us all we can handle and I can't stand that prick but it's true.

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6 hours ago, nosuchthingasapanther said:

jameis winston is already a failure.

i wish nothing but failure for the saints.

Made 52 million so far and is 27 years old.  Nah...don’t consider that a failure lol

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5 hours ago, Car123 said:

I’d take Winston over Darnold any day.

I wanted Winston over teddy 2 gloves, 10 out of 10 given winston's salary was 1 million. Even with that 30 for 30 season, winstons put up better numbers in the same time over the gringer cringer. 

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