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rich4eagle
12-14-2010, 07:25 PM
Beat the jets and we are in................

then figure out to get healthy and ready for the playoffs

if we lose well it's a donnybrook to finale

THIS WEEKS GAME IS HUGE................

I hope Tomlin is up to taking no prisoners:tt04::tt04::tt04::tt04::tt04:

Fire Arians
12-14-2010, 07:39 PM
every game is huge but this one will determine whether we can rest some starters vs cleveland. given that we win against carolina next week, which i learned my lesson after the last few years, nothing is guaranteed so i won't say that just yet.

if baltimore keeps winning out and we lose this weekend, the last 2 games become must-wins. it may happen too, i don't see new orleans beating baltimore on their homefield. maybe if this game was in the dome, but it's not. their remaining 2 after NO should be easy wins for them. cleveland was a flash in the pan and i don't expect them to pull any more upsets this year. the bengals are the bengals, good chance we have to finish 12-4 or better to beat out baltimore for the #2

StainlessStill
12-14-2010, 08:00 PM
every game is huge but this one will determine whether we can rest some starters vs cleveland. given that we win against carolina next week, which i learned my lesson after the last few years, nothing is guaranteed so i won't say that just yet.

if baltimore keeps winning out and we lose this weekend, the last 2 games become must-wins. it may happen too, i don't see new orleans beating baltimore on their homefield. maybe if this game was in the dome, but it's not. their remaining 2 after NO should be easy wins for them. cleveland was a flash in the pan and i don't expect them to pull any more upsets this year. the bengals are the bengals, good chance we have to finish 12-4 or better to beat out baltimore for the #2

Good post, I agree with most of it OTHER than the fact of New Orleans not beating Baltimore on their home field. If the TEXANS can make that Ravens defense run around with their tongue's hanging out of their mouth (and the Saints force more turnovers as a D and is overall better) then I see the Saints beating Balty this week. Drew Brees will not throw that pick 6 & it looks like that Ravens defense isn't performing well right now so that's a bad sign for things to come entering the playoffs.

Fire Arians
12-14-2010, 08:19 PM
Good post, I agree with most of it OTHER than the fact of New Orleans not beating Baltimore on their home field. If the TEXANS can make that Ravens defense run around with their tongue's hanging out of their mouth (and the Saints force more turnovers as a D and is overall better) then I see the Saints beating Balty this week. Drew Brees will not throw that pick 6 & it looks like that Ravens defense isn't performing well right now so that's a bad sign for things to come entering the playoffs.

hope you're right man, but NO on grass, cold weather may be less impressive than their normal selves. but i'll drink to a baltimore loss :tt02:

i know brees is great and all, but he isn't as good as brady is in the snow, and dome teams usually don't fare well late in the season up north, so i won't expect then to take the W against the ravens

StainlessStill
12-14-2010, 08:34 PM
hope you're right man, but NO on grass, cold weather may be less impressive than their normal selves. but i'll drink to a baltimore loss :tt02:

i know brees is great and all, but he isn't as good as brady is in the snow, and dome teams usually don't fare well late in the season up north, so i won't expect then to take the W against the ravens

I always believed the snow benefits the offense in cold and snowy conditions so I'd take my chances with Brees and that offense over Flaccid and his offense. Hope should be on our side.:tt04:

steeltheone
12-14-2010, 08:40 PM
I always believed the snow benefits the offense in cold and snowy conditions so I'd take my chances with Brees and that offense over Flaccid and his offense. Hope should be on our side.:tt04:

Brees will handle anything...I look for the Saints to beat the Ravens