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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

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    I was lucky enough to be at that game....wont ever forget that one.. what a game!

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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    It's more memorable that a MNF crew has trashed on one team so much.
    "The Saints should be up 17-7"
    "Minnesota should not be winning"
    "Let's not do a postgame show because the Vikings won"

    F Tony Cornholer. Go back to PTI, or getting ATMs.

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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    "DeathtoDenny" wrote:
    It's more memorable that a MNF crew has trashed on one team so much.
    "The Saints should be up 17-7"
    "Minnesota should not be winning"
    "Let's not do a postgame show because the Vikings won"

    F Tony Cornholer. Go back to PTI, or getting ATMs.
    I know i hate that guy

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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    ADs 296
    yards, I was there. this game was a gut wrencher i thought chillys
    play not to lose instea dof play to win mentility weas gonan cost us again

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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    "DeathtoDenny" wrote:
    It's more memorable that a MNF crew has trashed on one team so much.
    "The Saints should be up 17-7"
    "Minnesota should not be winning"
    "Let's not do a postgame show because the Vikings won"

    F Tony Cornholer. Go back to PTI, or getting ATMs.

    The great cornholio is a douch.

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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    All I can say about this game is that it certainly did not fill me with confidence. They made plays when they had to but I still get the overwhelming feeling we were a LOT more lucky than good to get this one in the win column.

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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    Nail biting, yes. Exciting yes, but not great. The "D" played well enough to help make this win happen, but not until after the Saints easily moved down the field twice in their first two drives. (Thanx Winfield!)

    A few lucky breaks that went our way (missed facemask by Greenway which gave us the ball & the Peterson fumble which was mis-ruled that his knee was down)

    When your QB is throwing only a 52% completion in passes, your star RB is averaging a measly 1.5 YPC & you have 135 total offensive yards in the first half, It doesn't scream good offensive football to me. Especially against a team that supposedly has one of the worst defenses in the league.

    However I did like the fact we passed more, threw some screens & slipped in a nice gadget play.

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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    "DeathtoDenny" wrote:
    It's more memorable that a MNF crew has trashed on one team so much.
    "The Saints should be up 17-7"
    "Minnesota should not be winning"
    "Let's not do a postgame show because the Vikings won"

    F Tony Cornholer. Go back to PTI, or getting ATMs.
    ANybody else find it amazing how much ESPN is feeling for the Saints? Like we didn't make mistakes? Our two major mistakes were Reggies returns but they think that was out of pure talent. Like blocking a fg and returning it isn't skilled? Or the sack and fumble? Give me a fucking break...

    Where were these stupid mother fuckers last week when we put the ball on the ground 3 times inside our own territory?

    Fucking idiots, that's the game of football...


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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    "Vikestand" wrote:
    "DeathtoDenny" wrote:
    It's more memorable that a MNF crew has trashed on one team so much.
    "The Saints should be up 17-7"
    "Minnesota should not be winning"
    "Let's not do a postgame show because the Vikings won"

    F Tony Cornholer. Go back to PTI, or getting ATMs.
    ANybody else find it amazing how much ESPN is feeling for the Saints? Like we didn't make mistakes? Our two major mistakes were Reggies returns but they think that was out of pure talent. Like blocking a fg and returning it isn't skilled? Or the sack and fumble? Give me a fucking break...

    Where were these stupid mother fuckers last week when we put the ball on the ground 3 times inside our own territory?

    Fucking idiots, that's the game of football...
    LOL! Tell us how you really feel.

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    Re: Most exciting game since the Moss-era?

    "singersp" wrote:
    Nail biting, yes. Exciting yes, but not great. The "D" played well enough to help make this win happen, but not until after the Saints easily moved down the field twice in their first two drives. (Thanx Winfield!)

    A few lucky breaks that went our way (missed facemask by Greenway which gave us the ball & the Peterson fumble which was mis-ruled that his knee was down)

    When your QB is throwing only a 52% completion in passes, your star RB is averaging a measly 1.5 YPC & you have 135 total offensive yards in the first half, It doesn't scream good offensive football to me. Especially against a team that supposedly has one of the worst defenses in the league.

    However I did like the fact we passed more, threw some screens & slipped in a nice gadget play.
    I would disagree with the AP fumble comment. I believe they made the right call. Knee was down ball was in his hand. Good call.
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