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    Re:Gregg Williams is a

    When Favre gets beat up like he did on Sunday without taking a sack you know the defence is playing close to the legal limit. What this confirms is (what some of us already thought) that the Saints are willing to cross that line by Bob Beamon like distances.

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    While seeing Favre get smashed around was great I do like that style of football anyway.

    As long as they're not hitting him an unreasonable amount of time after the throw I think it's all good. And I guarantee the talk of this will even get in the best QB's head.

    As far as the T-Jack, yeah he's my boy and I still have confidence in him but for me it became more about Favre NOT being the QB than who is the QB. We'll see how it all plays out my friends.

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    I don't have a problem with punishing a QB, taking chances that you might get a flag. But when you start talking about hoping a guy doesn't get up that's where you've crossed the line with me. That makes it sound like your go for the knees.

    I've defended the Saints all week, mostly because I think they have great fans. After hearing this though I think they are a classless team and will be rooting for the Colts.

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    jmcdon00 wrote:
    I don't have a problem with punishing a QB, taking chances that you might get a flag. But when you start talking about hoping a guy doesn't get up that's where you've crossed the line with me. That makes it sound like your go for the knees.

    I've defended the Saints all week, mostly because I think they have great fans. After hearing this though I think they are a classless team and will be rooting for the Colts.
    +1 Me too.

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    Re:Gregg Williams is a "dirty" coach

    The Saints will lose because of this. Nothing like a tacky poorly concealed threat to work up the other team.


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    Freya wrote:
    The Saints will lose because of this. Nothing like a tacky poorly concealed threat to work up the other team.
    And the refs.

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    Re:Gregg Williams is a "dirty" coach

    Gregg Williams teaches dirty football and his defense plays dirty football. I didn't get a chance to see a lot of the Saints this year until NFCCG and I thought "they're deliberately trying to injure our QB and the refs are letting them". Oh well...
    Then Williams comes out and says, basically, we're out to injure Manning.
    Screw the Saints if that's how they gotta play to be able to win. Here's to Manning having a clean uniform while he accepts the MVP award after the Colts bury the Saints by a score too grisly to relate.

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    Re:Gregg Williams is a "dirty" coach

    If you play soft on the QB, especially a QB like Peyton Manning, you might as well just forfeit the game..

    He just want his guys to hit and get pressure on the QB and is willing to take the risk to get a few penalties because of it, because he knows it can make them Superbowl Champions at the end..


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    skum wrote:
    If you play soft on the QB, especially a QB like Peyton Manning, you might as well just forfeit the game..

    He just want his guys to hit and get pressure on the QB and is willing to take the risk to get a few penalties because of it, because he knows it can make them Superbowl Champions at the end..
    No, that's not what he was getting at. He specifically said he wanted to take Manning out of the game. He wants to see Manning leave the field on a stretcher, bringing Painter in and making the game dramatically easier for the Saints. Going out to pressure the QB and going out to injure the QB are two completely different things.

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    skum wrote:
    If you play soft on the QB, especially a QB like Peyton Manning, you might as well just forfeit the game..

    He just want his guys to hit and get pressure on the QB and is willing to take the risk to get a few penalties because of it, because he knows it can make them Superbowl Champions at the end..
    No, that's not what he was getting at. He specifically said he wanted to take Manning out of the game. He wants to see Manning leave the field on a stretcher, bringing Painter in and making the game dramatically easier for the Saints. Going out to pressure the QB and going out to injure the QB are two completely different things.
    Amen to that. Pressureing the QB is one thing. He said you hope he dosn't get back up again. That crosses the line and I have to believe will eventually get Brees hurt. What goes around comes around.

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