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sunnydaze
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Member since Jan 2010
16368 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string

Ingram is pure garbage


HeadCoach
LSU Fan
Shady's Parking Lot
Member since Mar 2009
4950 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Time to bring in Peyton Hillis for goal line!!!


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floyd13
LSU Fan
New Orleans Uptown
Member since Sep 2010
910 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Imgram is a bum


adono
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River Ridge
Member since Sep 2003
7114 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
quote:

Imgram is a bum


"Bums take great offense to this statement!"


-National Coalition for the Homeless


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Seand504
LSU Fan
Member since Mar 2013
459 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
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Ingram has showed nothing, not even a flash of "damn did you see that"




I disagree I think he has had several moments of "damn did you see that" they have just been few and far between... Remember last year when Sproles went down and it was Pierre, Ingram, and Ivory for 3 games all of them went off..... IMO i think the problem is how he (Ingram) is utilized... I feel like if he gets a bit of space like with a counter or toss sweep etc, he is a lot better.... I dont think he is that great up the middle...


whodatfan
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Mar 2008
16607 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Quick question. Who do you want toting the rock if it was your choice? Thomas or Ingram? This is a one word one name answer. No bull shite explanations or fillers.


Eta- (leave sproles out of this equation as well)


adono
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Sep 2003
7114 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Thomas


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tankyank13
Florida State Fan
NOLA
Member since Nov 2012
2856 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
You disagree? My definition of a "damn" moment and your are way off. For instance Chris Ivorys run against Atl was a damn moment and he has had plenty on half the carrys.
Ya know the moments you pause the game and run and get your mother who doesn't even watch football and she even says 'damn".
Ingram is far from that type of talent


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LooseCannon22282
South Alabama Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since May 2008
17914 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Thomas


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Suntiger
USA Fan
BR or somewhere else
Member since Feb 2007
22179 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
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drafting any RB in the 1st is a mistake.


RB was one of our biggest needs at the time. We had one year of Bush and we couldn't resign him because of his contract and we though PT would never play as a Saint again.
When Ingram fell to the bottom of the first round, it was considered a value at that point.

I'm not saying it was a great pick by any means and I wasn't thrilled about it at the time, but it wasn't a terrible pick either.



I remember wanting the Saints to draft Rashad Jennings in the second round that year. Ingram has at least turned out better than the guy I wanted them to pick. I feel bad for that guy. Drafted by Jacksonville and then signed by Oakland.


goatmilker
LSU Fan
2014 drunkin Bobby award winner!
Member since Feb 2009
23125 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Anyone calling Ingram garbage should go offline for a while and contemplate their navel.

Thomas is gonna get his carries this year. A workhorse is coming(back) in 2013.


MoreOrLes
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2008
18670 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Ingram is holding a camp at Tuscaloser soon i think.



Perhaps he should cancel it and ask Pierre Thomas to have one instead. Perhaps he can learn something from PT about being in the pros


Hugo Stiglitz
USA Fan
Germany
Member since Oct 2010
61563 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
He's still my darkhorse
This post was edited on 6/10 at 2:51 pm


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Thracken13
Auburn Fan
Aft Cargo Hold of Serenity
Member since Feb 2010
8345 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
quote:

Tuscaloser


your perpetual asshurt towards anything Alabama is showing again.

More(silence)OrLes(posting) from you would be a great thing.


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adono
LSU Fan
River Ridge
Member since Sep 2003
7114 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
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I'm not saying it was a great pick by any means and I wasn't thrilled about it at the time, but it wasn't a terrible pick either.


Can't disagree there. Maybe Ingram will bust his arse the next 2 seasons in order to get a big pay day (that's assuming he's got the talent to make big plays). If he does, that creates another problem: will we have the money to pay him?


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BananaHammock
LSU Fan
Californication
Member since Aug 2011
8423 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
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third string

That is where she belongs.


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RBWilliams8
LSU Fan
Member since Oct 2009
48284 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Ingram was a result of being NFL strong playing with a badass line in college. I knew he wouldn't do much in the NFL. Live and learn. Moving on.

This post was edited on 6/10 at 5:02 pm


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MISSIPSAINT
New Orleans Saints Fan
Magee
Member since Feb 2013
438 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
Nothing but a motivational tactic! Its Minicamp Dude!


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whodidthat
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2011
5106 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
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I dont think he is that great up the middle


Which sucks because that's supposed to be his skill set. He can't catch, hardly any versatility. A runningback drafted in the 1st round should be able to step in right away and produce. Ingram would have a good value somewhere 4-6th rounds. Honestly though, we've had better UDFA's.


Brettesaurus Rex
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2009
26566 posts

re: Mark Ingram playing with third string
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Which sucks because that's supposed to be his skill set

Strongly disagree. The coaches thought the same and that's. big reason he averaged so little for awhile there. They treated him like a goal like back and it was maddening. He's never been a straight up power back. He has strength, but he can do other things.


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