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sportsnews2010
01-29-2010, 01:54 PM
Beat The Tar Out of Peyton Manning: How The New Orleans Saints Will Win The Super Bowl (http://sportales.com/football/beat-the-tar-out-of-peyton-manning-how-the-new-orleans-saints-will-win-the-super-bowl/)

m5kwatts
01-29-2010, 02:05 PM
I smell a troll, also wrong forum Mr. Durrp

BigBull17
01-29-2010, 02:07 PM
Manning has a wussdar, that lets him know wghen to hit the ground in the fetal position. It's very hard to hit him.

El Tejano
01-29-2010, 02:11 PM
Great New Orleans. You just announced to the NFL what you plan to do with their love child. You just got yourself a 15 yard penalty before the game even starts. They are so going to be on lookout for this, it's going to be unbelievable.. Should've kept your mouth shut just like you did against the previous two opponents. Thanks alot New Orleans.

dalemurphy
01-29-2010, 03:39 PM
Great New Orleans. You just announced to the NFL what you plan to do with their love child. You just got yourself a 15 yard penalty before the game even starts. They are so going to be on lookout for this, it's going to be unbelievable.. Should've kept your mouth shut just like you did against the previous two opponents. Thanks alot New Orleans.


Greg Williams is famous for this kind of misdirection. He's known as a guy that really likes to blitz and he'll talk about needing to punish the QB, then, the game will start and he'll show blitz but drop 7 and 8 in coverage almost every play. I wish I could cite an example, but I know I've seen this from him before.

Dread-Head
01-29-2010, 03:41 PM
The Colts won't be in the Clubs trying to pick up every model in Miami. Invariably with EVERY Superbowl ONE team celebrates a bit too much and it shows on the feild.

Double Barrel
01-29-2010, 04:15 PM
Greg Williams is famous for this kind of misdirection. He's known as a guy that really likes to blitz and he'll talk about needing to punish the QB, then, the game will start and he'll show blitz but drop 7 and 8 in coverage almost every play. I wish I could cite an example, but I know I've seen this from him before.

Greg Williams can plan whatever he wants but it won't phase Manning. Dude is going to figure it out early in the game and have his way with that D. He's a football surgeon out there and NOLA is just his next patient.

I will root for the Saints, but if I was betting money, I wouldn't bet against the Colts in this one. It's business as usual for them, while the Saints are looking at party time.

Mailman
01-29-2010, 04:22 PM
Oh, those silly Saints fans underestimating the Colts defense.

Peyton will put on a clinic against the Saints secondary. There is no doubt about that. However, the Colts defense will stop the Saints rush offense to be able to rush pressure Brees.

The Colts are just a better team.

Blake
01-29-2010, 04:28 PM
That may have worked against Brett Favre, but not Peyton. If their D gets close he will go down to the ground like a sack of dirt.

Then on the next play he will hit Collie for a 28 yard gain. Good luck N.O.

Joe Texan
01-29-2010, 04:29 PM
Payaton will have his zebra striped teamates on the feild so he has the advantage.

Down, move up to the center to whisper in thier ears

Set, move back to shotgun while running back squirms around and tight end stands up as if to hear the football god.

Hike, and while the defense is trying to figure out how they got away with that he throws a pass for a first down.

next set of downs

1st play run for 2 yards

2nd play run for loss of 3

3rd play Illegal Motion(not Called) incomplete pass

4th play OH Wait a minute there was a flag on the play


Defensive holding automatic first down.


This is typical offencive sequence by the Colts,


I would say the Saints stand a chance but we all know the truth

HOU-TEX
01-29-2010, 04:39 PM
Greg Williams can plan whatever he wants but it won't phase Manning. Dude is going to figure it out early in the game and have his way with that D. He's a football surgeon out there and NOLA is just his next patient.

I will root for the Saints, but if I was betting money, I wouldn't bet against the Colts in this one. It's business as usual for them, while the Saints are looking at party time.

Yep, I'm actually surprised it took him a quarter and a half to figure the Jets D's weakness. Once he did, he began shreading their secondary. The dude's got to be the most cerebral player I've ever seen play the game.

Joe Texan
01-29-2010, 04:57 PM
He also had 3 first down by penalties in the second half of Jets game

think that helped, I know it did Thanks Zebras