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Did he? That was his rookie year. I remember him being awful and not playing much. Ugh, frick that year





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Fox Mulder
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38 yard fumble return

Great memory






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quail man
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i have his autograph





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Fox Mulder
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Who?





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LooseCannon22282
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how about when AB juked Brian Urlacher up there in Illinois?

the Saints played the Bears at Illinois's stadium that year because they were renovating Soldier Field.

Urlacher went diving into thin air and Brooks went into the endzone






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Fox Mulder
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Stallworth won the game, man he had sooo much talent. Could've been great.





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MSTiger33
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Where is the pic of McPherson lining up behind the guard?





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iliveinabox
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missed xp...





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Bduhon55
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Why is he wearing tennis shoes?






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Jaydeaux
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Started that season 6-1, missed the playoffs losing our last 3 to the 3 worst teams in the league that year

Vikings
Bengals
Panthers


Refused to put in Jake for a hurt Brooks in the Panthers game. we lost like 16-9.






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Vinny V
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"It was the best of times. It was the worst of times" Thats how I sum up all of those pictures.





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musick
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My paper airplane almost made it to the field.

It got more cheers than any play that day







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rzd30
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No coach could've done a better job with that situation, and I commend him for not quitting. He knew he was gone,


I agree with this!!!!

Even though most Saints fans despise him and believe him to be an awful NFL coach, he is widely respected in the leauge and he has gotten looks for other HC jobs.
His coaching lineage isnt bad either coaches like Mike McCarthy, Ron Zook, and Mike Riley.






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adono
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No tribute to Haslett would be complete without pointing out the memories he left behind.














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TexanPete
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He did win us our first ever playoff game.





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Sho Nuff
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Even though most Saints fans despise him and believe him to be an awful NFL coach

I don't despise him, or even think he's an "awful" coach. But I don't like him for continuing to chain himself to shitty Brooks. It's the same with Less Miles. Jordan Jefferson is garbage and would always act like he was doing a great job. Aaron Brooks would smile pretty for all of us after mistakes. Shit, he would even laugh many times. It just felt like him and Haslett were sticking a knife in your belly. Why he never played Jake over Brooks we'll never know.

But I agree, they did get the Saints closer to where they are now.






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Fox Mulder
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Really his loyalty to Ventura did us in more than his loyalty to brooks





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Sho Nuff
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Yeah true, that was a big part of it as well.





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Kankles
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