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Pastalaya
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Aug 2012
322 posts

Looking ahead at the schedule
Admittedly, I am the ultimate Saints homer. I see the black and gold through rose colored glasses. However, I really liked what I saw last week. That offensive line came together against a tough defensive front and the secondary is showing some promise - and the coaches have realized what we all knew already about Devante Harris (he is not a professional football player, we just pay him and dress him like one).

If we can continue to dictate at the line of scrimmage on offense...then consider the upcoming games

@ Dolphins in London - Should be a W...favored heavily
bye
Lions- an important game to see how far we've come, should win given the bye.

@ GB - tough one. Call it an L

then my friends...
Bears home
Bucs home
@ Bills
Redskins home
@ Rams
Panthers home

Hear my now brethren...the Who DATS are going to tear this stretch of the schedule up!

The hardest part is right in front of them. A London game against a desperate opponent, a good Lions team, and Green Bay on the road. If we get out of that at .500, noise will be made b/c all of those teams in the 6 game stretch above are extremely beatable.

This is Pastalya saying Saints will be 9-3 by the time we meet the Falcons.
WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO DAAAAAATTTTTT!

:whodat: :whodat:
This post was edited on 9/29 at 11:06 am


SuperSoakher
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Jun 2012
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re: Looking ahead at the schedule
Bucs, bills, redskins and rams are all good teams. Even if this is the "easier" part of the schedule, it's no gimme for the saints


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Laaz2750
New Orleans Saints Fan
Los Angeles
Member since Aug 2008
4670 posts

re: Looking ahead at the schedule
Man I wouldn't look past any of those games. Every one of those teams has some decent wins under their belts.


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LlyodChristmas
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
The Abandoned Jazzland
Member since Jan 2013
756 posts

re: Looking ahead at the schedule
Sit the frick down you jinx. Lets just take it week by week. This is the Saints. We beat the Rams as bad as I've ever seen one week then laid one of the biggest eggs I've ever seen against the Lions the next week. This team is young and has potential, but we can easily go anywhere between 12-4 to 4-12. Lets beat the Dolphins first.


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breauxmosexual
New Orleans, LA
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re: Looking ahead at the schedule
I'm all for this Pastalaya. As I said at the beginning of the season, 11-5 is the floor for a roster of this caliber


Load Toad
LSU Fan
Haughton, LA
Member since Aug 2008
376 posts

re: Looking ahead at the schedule
I though record would be 10 and 6.


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MorbidTheClown
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2015
16438 posts

re: Looking ahead at the schedule
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Looking ahead at the schedule


yeah, don't do that.


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1BamaRTR
Alabama Fan
Over Yonder
Member since Apr 2015
5137 posts

re: Looking ahead at the schedule
Over the last few years we usually haven't won games "we're supposed to win" so I believe this team is truly turning around when I see it.


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Gugich22
LSU Fan
Who Dat Nation
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re: Looking ahead at the schedule
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The hardest part is right in front of them. A London game against a desperate opponent, a good Lions team, and Green Bay on the road. If we get out of that at .500


I guarantee you this won't happen


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