Could the Saints go undefeated?

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  1. GuerillaBlack

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    Interesting take.
     
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    Could you imagine of Breesus had someone like Andre or Fitz to throw to? :mcnugget:

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    not with a loss to Miami they can't
     
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    Marques Colston isn't exactly a WR to sneeze at, but point taken.
     
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    The Dolphins have upset potential this week if they can control time of possession like they did against the Colts and the defense can step up for them.
     
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    Hopefully the Saints beat the Dolphins though...for obvious reasons.
     
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    They could--their D is playing well b/c of the pressure their offense puts on other teams to score. With some luck it is possible...2 games left vs ATL, 1 game vs the Pats and 1 vs the Cowpukes
     


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    Robert Meachem ain't no slouch either. And then you have Jeremy Shockey at TE. Breez has some weapons to go along with an offensive line that gives him all day to throw.

    I don't know if they'll go undefeated, but they are the clear cut Super Bowl favorites, IMO.
     
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    If anybody on that schedule has a good chance, it'd be the Falcons IMO.
     
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    Saints/Falcons will be an awesome MNFer
     
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    When the Saints finally decide to make it through the second half of a season without imploding we can start talking about them being undefeated. They have always had that tendency, no matter how well they do.

    :choke:
     
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    I don't think the question should be could because of course any team in any league could do anything. I think I would ask are they.
     
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    Nobody is going 19-0 until the Texans in 2010. So no, the Aints are not going undefeated.
     
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    Plus, they have Pierre Thomas running really well in the backfield. Mike Bell isn't doing so bad either. Even Reggie Bush is contributing.
     
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    That game looks familiar... :chickendance:
     
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    Ahhh the irony of that statement. :ahhaha:
     
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    I guess the answer is no...
     
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    Drew Brees - 4/12, 22 yards, 2 INT's

    He's human?
     
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    his drive before the half looked pretty classic Brees

    24-10 Miami at the half
     

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