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Isaac-Saxxon 11-04-2007 03:29 PM

Saints, Saints, Saints oh and LSU too
 
The Saints have really turned the corner and are playing great football. Bush is running inspired football and Dru is playing like a master quarterback. Good job Saints. Does anybody know their odds for a playoff birth ?? Good Job Hester ! You should have played the entire game instead of just the last play:rolleyes:

Morpheus 11-04-2007 06:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon (Post 24147)
The Saints have really turned the corner and are playing great football. Bush is running inspired football and Dru is playing like a master quarterback. Good job Saints. Does anybody know their odds for a playoff birth ?? Good Job Hester ! You should have played the entire game instead of just the last play:rolleyes:

I don't know how many more nail biters my ticker can stand.

LateNight 11-04-2007 07:20 PM

Saints WIN Saints Win !!! Saints finally beat an AFC opponent. win 4 in a row, to go to 4-4

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Opposing coaches may as well incinerate game film of the Saints' dreadful 0-4 start. The team in those clips ceased to exist a month ago.

Drew Brees threw for 445 yards and three touchdowns, and Mike McKenzie returned an interception 75 yards for a score as New Orleans won its fourth straight, 41-24 over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.

Now all the preseason hype seems a little more justified as the Saints (4-4) have become legitimate contenders in the NFC South again, only a half-game behind division-leading Tampa Bay (5-4). This latest victory over Jacksonville (5-3) was the Saints' most impressive, given the quality of the opponent. The Saints also proved they can indeed play with the AFC, against which they were 0-5 since beating Cleveland on opening day of the 2006 season.

"An 0-4 start is going to do one of two things to you," said Brees, who helped the Saints tie a team record with 32 first downs, 25 on pass plays. "It's either going to throw you in the tank or it's going to give you an edge. ... It's only made us stronger. It's only made us tougher mentally, and now we're in a position where we're hardened a little bit. We've been tested a little bit and we've fought through it, and now's our time to make that jump."

Brees' 35 completions on 49 attempts without an interception were impressive enough. Reggie Bush wasn't bad, either, scoring touchdowns on a short run and a short reception. He gained 115 total yards, surpassing the 100-yard mark for the third time in four games.
Drew Brees video highlights

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Jesse 11-05-2007 03:32 AM

Yooooo Hoooooo!!!!!!!! We Won!!!!!


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