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Old 11-05-2006, 09:34 PM #64
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Am I the only person who is not impressed with Reggie Bush? Rookie or no rookie, he in my eyes is playing dumb... Flame me, but I am just getting annoyed at watching him try to run to the side every week and losing yards.
Colston is a rookie and is getting paid nothing and is the Saints best receiver.
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Old 11-05-2006, 09:43 PM #65
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Am I the only person who is not impressed with Reggie Bush? Rookie or no rookie, he in my eyes is playing dumb... Flame me, but I am just getting annoyed at watching him try to run to the side every week and losing yards.
Colston is a rookie and is getting paid nothing and is the Saints best receiver.
He is also hurt. Sprained ankle since week 1.
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Old 11-05-2006, 09:52 PM #66
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I like him. Sure, he makes rookie mistakes, such as trying to turn corners on NFL defenses, but hes brought LIFE to this team. Hell get better as he gains more experience, but for this year, he gave that SOMETHING that this team has lacked since Archie Manning left years ago.
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Old 11-05-2006, 10:20 PM #67
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I like him. Sure, he makes rookie mistakes, such as trying to turn corners on NFL defenses, but hes brought LIFE to this team. Hell get better as he gains more experience, but for this year, he gave that SOMETHING that this team has lacked since Archie Manning left years ago.
He may not be the best player on the team, but he definetly gave this whole city a big moral boost.
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Reggie is a rookie, plain and simple. Let him get used to the NFL before you judge him.
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Old 11-05-2006, 11:35 PM #69
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ive been very impressed with him. sure hes no tiki barber (yet) but ive been impressed with him as a rookie.

if only i could watch the games
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What you have to realize about bush is that in college when the offensive line runs a play to open a hole inside the tackles they set a place to open the hole and it normally works but in the NFL those holes don't always open where they are supposed to. Also, Defenses in the NFL don't allow the holes to open up as fast as College players. His biggest problem now is that he is hitting the line too quickly to allow the hole to develop and he also hits the line sometimes and the hole opens in a different spot and he doesn't see it. If Bush starts hitting the holes that McCallister is hitting he will be rushing for 100+ yds a game. He is just a rookie and still has alot to learn but I will enjoy watching him progress into a great RB in the NFL.
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Old 11-13-2006, 09:28 AM #71
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Man... What happened to them yesterday? If not for the stupid fumbles (One of which was questionable) they would have won. Even though they lost, Colston is leading the league in recieving yards and tied for first in recieving TD's.
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Man... What happened to them yesterday? If not for the stupid fumbles (One of which was questionable) they would have won. Even though they lost, Colston is leading the league in recieving yards and tied for first in recieving TD's.
Precisely, turnovers. If we turn the ball over we can not win. The entire momentum shifted when Reggie fumbled.
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Old 11-19-2006, 07:20 PM #73
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I went to my first ever Saints game today, and though they loss, I still had a blast. I got kinda upset at so many of the fans leaving when Brees threw that one before last interception....
That hit/closeline by Jammal Brown was halarious though... He wasn't even running and just stuck out his arm and BAM!
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That was possibly the funniest tackle I have ever seen.

Even though they lost, they still proved that they dont give up no matter how far they are behind. The two picks in the endzone were brees' fault but you also have to remember that they lost colston and he was brees' go to guy in the endzone. I think they need to bench copper and put someone else in at WR until colston can come back. There is no excuse for a WR to fumble two weeks in a row.

And even though he threw three interceptions, I was still impressed with brees. I was also impressed with bush. Recently, Bush has been seen on the sideline after the plays talking one on one with deuce. I think that is what has gotten reggie running north and south when he notices that the corners are closing. Instead of running out of bounds trying to pick up big yards he turns up and picks up three or four tough yards. He is coming around and it is only a matter of time before he has a breakout game.
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That was possibly the funniest tackle I have ever seen.

Even though they lost, they still proved that they dont give up no matter how far they are behind. The two picks in the endzone were brees' fault but you also have to remember that they lost colston and he was brees' go to guy in the endzone. I think they need to bench copper and put someone else in at WR until colston can come back. There is no excuse for a WR to fumble two weeks in a row.

And even though he threw three interceptions, I was still impressed with brees. I was also impressed with bush. Recently, Bush has been seen on the sideline after the plays talking one on one with deuce. I think that is what has gotten reggie running north and south when he notices that the corners are closing. Instead of running out of bounds trying to pick up big yards he turns up and picks up three or four tough yards. He is coming around and it is only a matter of time before he has a breakout game.
Turn your frown upside down man... They are 6-4 but they are still doing a hell of alot better than last year I think we just need to work on our defensive backs... I do give props to Shanley for that interception. As soon as the ball was hiked, he ran straight to the end zone. It was like he knew every part of that play... When to run, when to turn, and where the ball was exactly going to be. I know theres studying of plays, but he knew exactly where the ball was going it seemed.
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Old 11-20-2006, 02:51 PM #76
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That was Simoneau. Not Shanle, and they said that trading simoneau for donte stallworthless was a bad idea... lol (He is a decent WR but his injuries are just rediculous. The same hamstring problem since his first year.)

Yea, Im still impressed with them. They just have to kick the turnover bug and they will be good to go for the playoffs.
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GO Saints! 4 minutes to 7-4. Our passing game was pretty good today, even with marques colston injured. He'll likely be back next week.
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Defense has stepped up.
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31-13. Thats game.
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Looks like well be going to the playoffs this year if we keep playing like this.
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Old 11-26-2006, 06:13 PM #81
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currently #2 in the NFC playoff picture according to ESPN. great season so far, if we keep it up we'll definately have a playoff spot, and then who knows.
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Saints looked very impressive today. Good game.
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hey saints are looking good....they might not do anything in the playoffs (i hope they do) but they'll be tough next year once drew brees gets more familiar and reggie bush has little more expericence
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Saints are #1 in NFC south.
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