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Marino Watch, Week 17: Drew Brees Goes Down Throwing Haymakers
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Dec 28th 2008 4:40PM by Tom Mantzouranis (author feed)
Filed under: Saints, NFL Real Talk
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What He Did in Week 17

(vs. Carolina): 30-for-48 for 386 yards, four touchdowns, one interception
Where He Stands:5,068 yards (16 yards away)
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Marino Watch, Week 16: Kurt Warner Bows Out, Drew Brees Bears Down
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Dec 22nd 2008 2:00PM by Tom Mantzouranis (author feed)
Filed under: AZ Cardinals, Saints, NFL Real Talk
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What They Did in Week 16

(at Detroit): 30-for-40 for 351 yards and two touchdowns
(at New England): 6-for-18 for 30 yards

Where They Stand

: 4,683 yards (401 yards away)
: 4,320 yards (764 yards away)
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The Lions Aren’t Going to Be Beating the Saints This Week
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Dec 21st 2008 2:32PM by Tom Mantzouranis (author feed)
Filed under: Lions, Saints

Some fans and pundits have looked at the Lions schedule over the last four or five games of the season and thought that their best chance to get in the win column would come today against the Saints. On ESPN’s this morning, Tom Jackson — normally a rational NFL mind — stood firmly against the rest of the crew in picking the Lions today.

The Lions aren’t going to win today.

At halftime, the score is 28-7, and Detroit can’t stop a single thing New Orleans is doing on offense. The Saints have scored four rushing touchdowns by four different players (Robert Meachem, Deuce McAllister, Pierre Thomas, and Mike Bell). Meanwhile, Dan Orlovsky has a quarterback rating of 19.6, though that number is damaged by a prayer at the end of the first half which was picked off by Usama Young, and a long touchdown pass to Calvin Johnson that was called back on an illegal formation penalty by Gosder “The Human Penalty” Cherilus.

Still, the game is as lopsided as the score indicates.

: It gets worse. After returning the opening kickoff of the second half, the Lions get called for 12 men on the field. Those are your halftime adjustments at work.

Lions Fans Pine for Joey Harrington
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Dec 21st 2008 3:30PM by Tom Mantzouranis (author feed)
Filed under: Lions, Saints

Joey Harrington, the one-time Lions quarterback of the future and third overall pick, had a rough go of it in Detroit. The on-field product was pretty lousy, and eventually the media, fans, and even his teammates (not to mention Tony Siragusa) turned against him. The Joey Harrington days in Detroit could hardly be described as halcyon.

Since, Harrington has populated the depth chart in Miami, Atlanta, and now New Orleans, where he’s the third quarterback for the Saints and, thus, standing on the sideline opposite of the one he owned when the Fords handed him a chunk of their auto empire earnings. But it’s funny how time changes perception.

In a display of exactly how pitiful the Lions are this year, fans in attendance at today’s Saints-Lions game began chanting Harrington’s name with nary a trace of irony (this was sincere longing). The entire city of Detroit was desperate to rid itself of Harrington not too long ago, but if you offered them the trade-off of the simply below-average Harrington-led Lions or the 0-fer bound Lions of 2008, well, it’s obvious their choice. You don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone, indeed.

Reggie Bush is Done for the Season
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Dec 17th 2008 2:20PM by Josh Alper (author feed)
Filed under: Saints, NFC South, NFL InjuriesThe New Orleans Saints placed Reggie Bush on injured reserve today, officially ending his third NFL season. It’s the second straight year that Bush failed to make it to the last week of the season. It’s also the second straight year that Bush took steps backward after a strong rookie season.

Bush, who missed several games after arthroscopic knee surgery earlier this season, wraps up the year with 404 yards rushing and 440 yards receiving. He scored six touchdowns on offense and added three more on punt returns. There’s nothing wrong with nine touchdowns in 10 games, but Bush’s inability to stay on the field has made him something less than the Saints expected with the second overall pick in the 2006 Draft. Leon Washington of the Jets, a fourth-rounder that year, has turned in similar production as Bush this season (in more games) but costs his team much less money.

Making matters worse is the fact that the relationship between Bush and coach Sean Payton seems to be deteriorating. Bush expressed unhappiness about being yanked from last week’s loss to the Bears, two weeks after Payton made a similar move against the Bucs. Whatever his shortcomings, Bush could still play an important role in the supercharged Saints offense. Unless he loses Payton’s faith once and for all, of course.Continue Reading

Marino Watch, Week 15: Things Are Taking a Positive Turn for Mr. Marino
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Dec 15th 2008 2:00PM by Tom Mantzouranis (author feed)
Filed under: AZ Cardinals, Saints, NFL Real Talk
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What They Did in Week 15

(at Chicago): 24-for-43 for 232 yards, two touchdowns, two interceptions
(vs. Minnesota): 29-for-45 for 270 yards, one touchdown, one interception

Where They Stand

: 4,332 yards (752 yards/376 yards per game away)
: 4,290 yards (794 yards/397 yards per game away)
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Brian Urlacher a Fan of Reggie Bush, Even After the Touchdown Taunt
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Dec 11th 2008 3:40PM by Matt Snyder (author feed)
Filed under: Bears, Saints, NFC North, NFC South
In the NFC Championship game two years ago, Reggie Bush took a swing pass 88 yards to the house. The last ten or so were accompanied by Bush pointing back at the Bears defense before doing a flip into the end-zone and dancing the night away. Of course, the Saints had only cut the Bears lead to two, and didn’t score another point en route to a 39-14 loss.

Several Bears were a bit peeved by this at the time. Adewale Ogunleye was in the field, and got the chance to tell Bush what he thought. “I told Reggie that was unprofessional,” Ogunleye said. “He’s a rookie and he’s going to be a hell of a player in this league. But for him to point back and taunt, that was no class. I swear I was a second away from punching him. I’m glad I didn’t. I ran right to him and said, ‘Be professional in this league.’”Olin Kreutz — who was fortunately on the sideline or he certainly punched Bush, just ask former teammates* — didn’t like the act either.Continue Reading

FanHouse’s Michael David Smith Previews Bears-Saints on 670 the Score in Chicago
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Dec 11th 2008 3:45PM by Michael David Smith (author feed)
Filed under: Bears, SaintsMike Murphy of 670 The Score in Chicago asked me to come on his show today and talk about tonight’s Bears-Saints game.

Murph and I discussed Thursday Night Football in general, and I think we’re in agreement that we’re in favor of anything that gives us more football, but it’s a shame that fans without NFL Network can’t watch.

We also discussed dropped passes, and something that has been a longtime annoyance to me: The NFL doesn’t count dropped passes as official statistics. It’s time for the league to clearly define what a dropped pass is and add it to the official stats.

You can listen to the whole thing below.

Thursday Night Live Chat: Saints vs. Bears
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Dec 11th 2008 8:00PM by Ryan Wilson (author feed)
Filed under: Bears, Saints, NFC North, NFC South, NFL Fans

Welcome to Ye Olde Thursday Night Live Chat. The Saints face the Bears in a rematch of the 2006 NFC Championship game without the implications and just a fraction of the television audience. (Thanks, NFL Network!)

Silver lining: Brian Urlacher doesn’t begrudge Reggie Bush for clowning him in the playoffs. (For the record, Bush said he wasn’t pointing at Urlacher, just “pointing in general.” Uh huh.)

Whatever, we’ll be documenting it all. Merrymaking starts promptly at 8:10-ish PM EST.

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Marino Watch, Week 14: Kurt Warner’s Creeping Up on Drew Brees
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Dec 8th 2008 2:00PM by Tom Mantzouranis (author feed)
Filed under: AZ Cardinals, Saints, NFL Real Talk
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What They Did in Week 14

(vs. Atlanta): 18-for-32 for 230 yards and two touchdowns
(vs. St. Louis): 24-for-33 for 279 yards, one touchdown, one interception

Where They Stand

: 4,100 yards (984 yards/328 yards per game away)
: 4,020 yards (1,064 yards/354.6 yards per game away)
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