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Saturday games (NO@Sea, Indy@NE)

Discussion in 'Chargers Fan Forum' started by HollywoodLeo, Jan 11, 2014.

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    HollywoodLeo Trevor Phillips Enterprises

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    lol Colston is a moron
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    Oh Goodness.
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    Dumbest move I've seen in a long time.
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    SaintsReport message board server is too busy, lol
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    Saints fans are saying that was a designed play.

    Can't blame Colston for the decision if that were true, then, but he still screwed up the execution.
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    Can somebody please tell me WTF Colston was doing on that last play? Talk about an obvious case of brain flatulence.
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    The game is leaning towards the Pats with the weather.
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    Good Grief.
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    Luck is going to be a great QB, but at this point in his career he's overrated.
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    Luck setting the stage for another epic comeback.
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    That was clearly a planned trick play--catch on the sideline where everyone thinks you will step and and throw it across the field to the RB. The problem was he threw it forward.
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    Damn it....Saints imploded. :(
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    That was easy!
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    The left tackle for Indy is getting whooped so far.
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    Saints were swarmed 95% of the game. SEA defense has no real weakness.
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    Wow. Great throw.
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    Excellent throw n catch!
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    Yeah, but the Seahags' O was pretty stagnant. Saints gifted way too many points with a turnover, shanked punt, personal foul penalty, missed figgies and bad coach's decisions.
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    Andrew Luck's so good he threw the ball all the way to Brazil
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    What game is Dierdorf watching? They weren't that close to blocking it.
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    Brees also should have been picked 2 times in the 4th.

    I just don't think it's fair to say the Saints collapsed when the Seahawks were NEVER out of position, and compleltey shut down the best TE in the league.

    You're right about their offense though, it's vulnerable, but they don't make mistakes.
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    I'm envious of the Pats redzone offense. We need a thumper like Blount.
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    Steve Gregory sighting.
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    "Thumper".....MEH...maybe not...:unsure:

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    It helped that Brees couldn't keep the ball from slipping out of his hand in the first half. Yes, the Seahawks are good. But the Saints would have won that game if not for some silly mistakes.
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    Blount is all-class.
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    I'm over it. People make mistakes, he hasn't made one since, and as usual the Pats are capitalizing on other GMs desire to keep their white hats clean.

    As are the Seahawks with Marshawn Lynch for that matter.
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    Dierdorf is amazingly stupid. A safety there is actually better than a first and goal from the one for Indy.
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    I would take the safety any day.
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    What mistakes? Getting turnstiled by the best D-line in the league?

    They had some opportunities, but Seattle was there at every turn, forcing fumbles, flushing Brees, making outstanding deflections. Better team won that game, no question.

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