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 6 years ago '09        #1261
CutKidd21 7 heat pts
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 Chamillitary said:
Well I'm here to give New Orleans a big fu*k YOU from myself and all the rest of the ATL fans on this board. We'll see y'all fu*kers soon.
I co-sign this POWERFUL post


 6 years ago '05        #1262
Saintaholic 86 heat pts86
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 willi150 said:
yeah I agree I see Devry gone and I love Reggie since he from SD but for what I am thinking they are going to offer him he isn't going to want. Do we still have Ivory?

We also need to keep Bushrod as well
Yeah we still have Ivory and from what Im hearing Bushrod is the #1 priority in Free Agency.
 6 years ago '10        #1263
tallulahmademe 14 heat pts14
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WHO DAT WHO DAT!!!!!!!! bi*ch WE GETTIN DAT RANG!!! * in my j cole/ southern voice
 6 years ago '05        #1264
Saintaholic 86 heat pts86
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 Chamillitary said:
Well I'm here to give New Orleans a big fu*k YOU from myself and all the rest of the ATL fans on this board. We'll see y'all fu*kers soon.
Dont matter we'll have the division on lock by then.
 6 years ago '04        #1265
9th ward Bally 1 heat pts
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 CutKidd21 said:
I co-sign this WEAK a.ss post


:fruit::fruit::fruit::fruit:
n*gga how you gonna do your people like that? n*gga you lowdown for real
 6 years ago '09        #1266
CutKidd21 7 heat pts
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 9th ward Bally said:
Saints suck. Bush sucks. New orleans sucks. I suck.


 6 years ago '04        #1267
willi150 5 heat pts
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 CutKidd21 said:


Are the falcons going to be able to recover from that beat down last year?
 6 years ago '04        #1268
9th ward Bally 1 heat pts
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 CutKidd21 said:
Don't tell the "true" f*glanta fans this, but I admit that I'm secretly a SAINTS fan...fu*k THE DIRTY CHICKENHEADS !!!!
Your words, bruh
 6 years ago '05        #1269
A TrU Mc 
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Who dat?!!!
 6 years ago '04        #1270
Kognito 
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could be another 13-3 season for us.....
 6 years ago '10        #1271
Figueroa 34 heat pts34
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The New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms with Steve Spagnuolo as their new defensive coordinator Thursday, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.

This is a big victory for the Saints because I’m pretty sure Spagnuolo is the guy Sean Payton had targeted for this job, probably even before previous coordinator Gregg Williams left for St. Louis and a reunion with Jeff Fisher after the Saints lost in the playoffs.

If you want a picture of a Spagnuolo defense, don’t think too much about the St. Louis team he had been the head coach of since 2009.

Think more of the New York Giants, when Spagnoulo was their defensive coordinator in 2007 and ’08. The Giants won the Super Bowl in the 2007 season. Prior to that, Spagnoulo had a long run as an a.ssistant with the Philadelphia Eagles, who played in four NFC Championship Games during his tenure. Spagnuolo worked for the Eagles from 1999 through 2006.

In short, his defense -- in theory -- is a lot like we’ve seen out of the Giants this postseason. It relies on a lot of pressure from the front four and not much blitzing. Spagnuolo prefers tall/angular cornerbacks that can play man-to-man coverage and also likes playmakers at safety.

Williams relied much more on the blitz than Spagnuolo typically has and the change in coordinators likely means there will be some changes in the defensive personnel.

Cornerbacks Jabari Greer and Patrick Robinson probably can fit the Spagnuolo profile, but Tracy Porter, who can be a free agent, might not. Free safety Malcolm Jenkins has the potential to be a playmaker, but strong safety Roman Harper, who blitzed a lot under Williams, might not be a great fit because he’s not particularly strong in coverage.

Up front, the Saints will have to generate more of a pass rush. Will Smith is the team’s top defensive end, but he’ll turn 31 in July and is not coming off a good season. The Saints may look at Smith’s high cap figure and realize they can free up $6 million by cutting him. Cameron Jordan was a first-round pick in 2011 and showed he can play the run, but isn’t yet a prolific pass rusher. Defensive tackle Sedrick Ellis can generate some push in the middle, but the Saints likely will have to add at least one strong pass rusher on the front four.

There also could be change at linebacker, but that probably was coming no matter what. Middle linebacker Jonathan Vilma showed some signs of age last season and outside linebacker Scott Shanle turned 32 in November.

There’s some work to be done on the personnel front. But the Saints got the man they wanted to direct their defense.
 6 years ago '10        #1272
Figueroa 34 heat pts34
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Spagnuolo hits ground running for Saints

Even though there had been no official announcement by his new team, Saints defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo rolled up his sleeves for his first day on the job Monday when Senior Bowl activities got under way in Mobile, Ala.

The 52-year-old Spagnuolo agreed on Jan. 19 to take over for Gregg Williams, who left the Saints after three seasons to join the staff of new St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher last week. Spagnuolo was fired after three years as the Rams head coach on Jan. 2, following a 2-14 season.

It didn't take long, however, for Saints coach Sean Payton to zero in on Spagnuolo as a replacement for Williams. Just one day after Williams left, Payton said he would take his time looking for a new defensive coordinator but the next day interviewed Spagnuolo and apparently offered him the job.

Saints' fans are excited about what Spagnuolo brings to the table. Even though his teams struggled in St. Louis, he's most renowned as the former defensive coordinator of the New York Giants who was the architect of the game plan that took down the then-unbeaten New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII.

The Giants harassed Tom Brady all day and an explosive Patriots' offense that averaged more than 36 points a game during the 2007 season was held down in a 17-14 setback that ruined their bid for perfection.

After two seasons with the Giants, who ranked in the top 10 in fewest yards allowed both years (seventh in 2007 and fifth in '08), Spagnuolo earned his shot to be a head coach with the Rams. But things didn't work out and he finished his stay there with a 10-38 record.

"I've been to the highest of highs and lowest of lows in the past three or four weeks," Spagnuolo said. "I'm very blessed that when this thing happened in St. Louis, the phone did ring.

"There's times when something like this happens and the phone doesn't ring, but I was very, very blessed to have some opportunities," added Spagnuolo, who was on the radar of at least three other teams.

One of the teams that appeared to show some interest was the Philadelphia Eagles, where he coached under legendary defensive coordinator Jim Johnson before going to the Giants.

Spagnuolo takes over a Saints' defensive unit that gave up touchdown drives of 80 and 85 yards in the final four minutes of a disappointing 36-32 setback to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Divisional Playoffs on Jan. 14. But Spagnuolo said he hasn't had time to form opinions about that group.

"I don't know if I'm the right person to answer that," he said when asked about where his new team might upgrade the defense. "I'm not deep enough into the evaluations and the players, etc. All I've done is visited with Coach Payton. I had a chance to meet most or all of the defensive coaches, so it would be unfair for me to even say."





 6 years ago '10        #1273
Figueroa 34 heat pts34
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Saints: Who could stay and who could go - Receivers, Specialists


With the season now in the rearview mirror – though some would say not far enough behind with wounds still open – we believe at WWLTV.com it’s time to hit on our yearly “roster check,” our a.ssessment of who should be or should not be with the club come training camp in July.

We don’t think this will help close the wound that the playoff game opened. It might, in fact, open it more and for that we apologize.

For the next few work week days, we’ll go position group by position group (secondary, linebackers, defensive line, offensive line, receivers and specialists, running backs, tight ends and quarterbacks) and give our opinions on the players and situations.

Receivers and Specialists:
Receiver: Marques Colston, Lance Moore, Robert Meachem, Devery Henderson, Adrian Arrington, Courtney Roby
Specialists: Thomas Morstead, John Kasay, Justin Drescher, Garrett Hartley

Colston: The biggest question in the receiver group, and indeed in all of the skill positions, is what happens with Colston. He’s due for a big raise and contract and will certainly get looked at by other teams. But if the Saints can come to an agreement with Brees prior to free agency, Colston might be available for the franchise tag (which also could go to LG Carl Nicks). Despite not playing in two games with a broken collarbone, Colston still finished with 1,143 yards and eight touchdowns. He’s one Brees’ favorite targets and big, reliable receivers aren’t exactly found every day. There’s a reason his services will make him a hot commodity. In the end, what Brees wants, Brees gets and we think Brees will want Colston to return at any cost so he returns.

Moore: Not much to discuss with this one. Moore signed a five-year contract worth $20 million before 2011. He earned it. He played in 14 games, caught eight touchdowns and the Saints missed him dearly in the San Francisco loss. He’ll be back.

Meachem: Now an unrestricted free agent, we’ll see just how much the Saints feel like Meachem means to them. He disappears for long stretches but when he shows up, he does so in grand fashion. He had 40 catches for 620 yards and six scores in 2011 and he’s third in Saints history for average at 16.1 yards per reception. He had two 100-yard games this past season, both against Detroit. He’s the type of receiver that another team may think they like and offer him good money, a la Scott Fujita in 2010. We can see the Saints trying to keep him, but him going elsewhere as he views his monetary worth as more than New Orleans does.

Henderson: The former LSU standout has one year remaining on his contract and he’s set to count nearly $3.6 million against the cap in 2012. His situation, in our eyes, is tied to Meachem. If Meachem re-signs with the Saints, Henderson likely is out as a money-saving measure. However, if Meachem goes elsewhere, there’s every reason to keep him around as the team’s lone-remaining deep threat. He disappears for long stretches (heard that before?) but when he reappears, he does so in grand fashion (heard that before?). We see Henderson sticking around for one more year.

Arrington: The great Arrington Experiment never seems to end. This past season, he was inactive in 12 games and played only when Lance Moore was inactive with various maladies. He’s an exclusive rights free agent so if the Saints tender him, he’ll be back. We a.ssume the Saints will tender him and he’ll be back.

Roby: The special teams captain all but sealed his fate in the playoffs with his fumble on a kickoff return. Roby is out of contract and is an unrestricted free agent. He became expendable when Darren Sproles was signed and turned in a brilliant special teams performance as a returner. We don’t see Roby back with the Saints.

Morstead: Unless Morstead suddenly finds himself on the moon for space exploration this coming fall, there is no way he’s not with the Saints. No kicker had more touchbacks this past season. Only one punter had a better net average in the NFL than Morstead’s 43.1 average and his gross average was an astounding 48.3 yards per punt.

Kasay: Here’s an interesting one. The Saints have one kicker signed through 2015 and it’s not the one who was second in the NFL in scoring and went 28 of 34 this season. Kasay, who has 21 years in the NFL, was 11 of 11 from inside 29 yards, 10 of 10 inside 39 yards, 5 of 8 inside 49 yards and 2 of 5 from beyond 50. The question is do the Saints think he has enough leg to go one more year, especially with Hartley signed through 2015. We see Kasay back for at least training camp.

Drescher: There’s no reason to believe Drescher, another exclusive rights free agent, won’t be back. So we’ll say that he’s coming back as the long-snapper.

Injured Reserve
Hartley: He signed a long-term contract prior to the 2011 season but he injured his hip late in training camp. Coach Sean Payton has put his faith and belief in Hartley. He’ll be back in 2012.




 6 years ago '10        #1274
Figueroa 34 heat pts34
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Saints to restructure Will Smith's contract


A league source has confirmed to me that the New Orleans Saints will restructure defensive end Will Smith's contract to give the team some salary cap relief, which could also be a sign of movement toward re-signing Drew Brees.

Smith was scheduled to make $7 million this season, plus a roster bonus of $150,000. Smith's salary cap figure would have been over $10 million this season. The Saints are currently sitting at $15 million under the salary cap. The 2012 league-wide Salary cap is projected at $120 million.

So what does this all mean? It means that it just might be a sign the team is moving fast to get a deal done for Drew Brees and/or Carl Nicks. The move with Smith saves the Saints about $6 million.



 4 years ago '05        #1275
Saintaholic 86 heat pts86
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#1 Do not overpay Graham-Franchise him and let him play on the tag.
#2 Khiry Robinson and Mark Ingram need to be the primary RBs.
#3 Carmichael should a.ssume the play calling. Payton needs to focus on running the team.
#4 Draft an explosive WR/KR/PR, draft a big corner and a playmaking FS(I like R Bush tho)

Chime in Saints fans and add your two cents. We overcame injuries, went from the worst D ever to top 5, and made it to the divisional playoffs without the explosiveness on offense we usually have.

We'll be back
 4 years ago '12        #1276
BlackBreesus 60 heat pts60
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We were supposed to lose this. I don't see how any saints fan can be mad about it.


Draft Jarvis Landry and a new center.



Get healthy on D and draft or sign Suggs to go with Gallete and the D should be flat out dominant. Young on that side too.
 4 years ago '06        #1277
Blockburner28 65 heat pts65
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P.T gone.
draft offense of line
draft another cornerback
offense will be good (Joe Morgan will be back, so we don't need wideouts)
Carmichael should all the plays.
We need to draft a KR/PR

if rob ryan stays we are good to go.
 4 years ago '07        #1278
KeepinItTrill 30 heat pts30
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# 1 - let Graham walk and let my Raiders sign him
# 2 - see # 1

on some real sh*t though, yall need a speedy downfield receiver, add another pass rusher to compliment Jordan and Galette, get rid of Harper and Jenkins' bum a.sses, and draft/sign a shutdown corner.
 4 years ago '05        #1279
Saintaholic 86 heat pts86
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 KeepinItTrill said:
# 1 - let Graham walk and let my Raiders sign him
# 2 - see # 1

on some real sh*t though, yall need a speedy downfield receiver, add another pass rusher to compliment Jordan and Galette, get rid of Harper and Jenkins' bum a.sses, and draft/sign a shutdown corner.
I like that Safety Deon Buchanon from Washington State.
 4 years ago '04        #1280
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