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Will we back on top or back to alaughing-stock

Posted on 2/1/24 at 3:21 pm
Posted by jrobic4
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2011
6718 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 3:21 pm
I think we're on our way towards the latter, but I'll wait until draft=FA...Carr extension not a surprise, but definitely hamstrings the next coach
This post was edited on 2/3/24 at 2:01 pm
Posted by MasterJSchroeder
Berwick
Member since Nov 2020
947 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 3:35 pm to
Man We are ALWAYS Back!!

Until we are eliminated from playoff contention next year.

Then We are BACK!! for the following year
Posted by goatmilker
Castle Anthrax
Member since Feb 2009
64038 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 4:43 pm to
We are middling.
Not laughing stock.
Posted by Alt26
Member since Mar 2010
28164 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 5:00 pm to
They are still winning enough to not be considered a laughing stock. More accurately, the Saints are just irrelevant.

I'll let Travis Kelce illustrate....

LINK
Posted by BigTigerJoe
Member since Aug 2022
5279 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 5:15 pm to
The NFL and Roger Goodell, always had it in mind, beginning with Bountygate to make the Saints a laughing-stock.

The NFL in court stated documents is defined as entertainment.

Part of the package is to have loveable losers, the bad guys, the good guys, the buffoons, the fall guys, the legacy teams, and finally the legendary royalty.

The Saints were made an example of to mitigate the concussion law suits by showing the players were paying to injure themselves.

The Saints are the league fall guys. All of the owners are in on it and benefit from it.

In a sense, Bountygate and the “no call” fans’ complaints are treated with ha ha, too bad so sad derogatory humor.
This post was edited on 2/1/24 at 5:20 pm
Posted by SportsGuyNOLA
New Orleans, LA
Member since May 2014
16818 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 5:49 pm to
Please explain to me how a 9-8 team is a ‘laughing-stock’
Posted by keakar
Member since Jan 2017
29776 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 6:07 pm to
quote:

Are we back or back to laughing-stock


it all depends if the FO makes a great OC hire that can turn things around.

if they can find a guy to be the HC at OC salary, maybe they can run the team while clueless DA runs the defense
Posted by geauxpurple
New Orleans
Member since Jul 2014
12214 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 7:11 pm to
Right now, neither. We are just average. Not great, not terrible. Restructuring Carr's contract was necessary to get us under the salary cap.
Posted by Rand AlThor
Member since Jan 2014
9364 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 7:37 pm to
quote:

Restructuring Carr's contract was necessary to get us under the salary cap


Possible for us to get under without doing so, but not with that much breathing room
Posted by Suntiger
BR or somewhere else
Member since Feb 2007
32837 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 8:33 pm to
X

Our coach is a laughingstock.
Posted by Vinny V
Kenna Brah
Member since Jun 2011
3834 posts
Posted on 2/1/24 at 10:01 pm to
Not even close to a laughing stock. You must be new here
Posted by Tim Gambill
Member since Nov 2023
288 posts
Posted on 2/2/24 at 8:30 pm to
Dennis the Menace.

Enough said.
Posted by Stealth Matrix
29°59'55.98"N 90°05'21.85"W
Member since Aug 2019
7740 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 10:56 am to
quote:

laughing-stock

It's still early, but, looks like the Carolina Panthers are set to be the NFL laughing-stock of the 2020s.
Posted by iBack8569
Member since Dec 2021
1161 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:10 am to
quote:

I think we're on our way towards the latter...Carr extension not a surprise, but definitely hamstrings the next coach


Those few 11-plus win seasons under Payton and Brees really spoiled some of you.
Posted by BRL79
Member since Mar 2014
2949 posts
Posted on 2/3/24 at 11:27 am to
This board is a laughing stock. With all this team bashing on here it's like Falcons fans have infiltrated.
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