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Old 01-17-2012, 09:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Canadian_Bacon View Post
we had the same record when cutler went down.
The same record with the Saints putting an ass beating on them, yes? So the Saints get the tie breaker, dummy.

Besides, people overrate that little run the Bears were on. They beat the Vikings, Eagles (during their big slump, mind you), Tampa Bay, Detroit (Matt Stafford was playing this game hurt) and San Diego (once again, during their big slump).... only one of these teams made the playoffs, so why are these wins so impressive, exactly?

The Bears have a good team, but not an elite team. They're in the bottom 10 of the NFC. That's a fact.

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Originally Posted by Canadian_Bacon View Post
you know......

i'm no nfl expert......

but watching the game.....it seemed like he would just heave it to vernon davis.

i'm no sean payton but maybe....should have tried to cover that guy.
You're right.. you're not an NFL expert. If you were, you'd know that that was Gregg Williams call, and as I stated in my previous post... it was because of Williams' incompetence and stubbornness why the Saints lost. It's a shame that this great team lost a chance for another Super Bowl just because of a Defensive Coordinator.

But at the end of the day, Saints fans still have it better than most these days, and that includes all you miserable ****s who root for an organization that hasn't won diddly squat since the year I was born. There's more of a chance that you'll witness your precious Maple Leafs win a Stanley Cup in your lifetime before you will see the Bears win the Lombardi Trophy again, so yeah... take my advice and stick with hockey, man.
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