Crime pays in the NFL

By Randy  |   Thursday, December 14, 2006  |  Comments( 5 )

New Orleans Saints
Remember a wise man in the French Quarter saying one night that supreme excellence consists in breaking the enemy's resistance without fighting. He was walking out of Cat's Meow and appeared to be sober at the time. Maybe he stole the quote from that $5 Chinese Book of Proverbs at Barnes & Noble. A cursory glance at the NFL statistical tables...
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No.1
Sue
06:06 PM
12/15/2006
Randy, You have written another really good Article, with a dash of humor mixed in. Keep writing these great articles. What a very exciting weekend this will be for Saint Fans everywhere. Winning the division will be a long time coming for the team. For years Saint Fans had nothing to really cheer about with the team, yet every Sunday they were there watching the team lose yet another game. Packer Fans can relate. We went years with a losing team as well. Sitting near sub-zero temps and snow, etc watching the Green n Gold lose, until '92 when Brett joined the team. Brees is a lot like a young Brett. He is fun to watch and he can get the ball to his players with acute accuracy, like a golfer making a hole in one. He may not have the gunslinger of an arm like Brett, but he still can throw the ball the distance. This will be such a boost for the city and the fine folks that live there. I'm sure Bourbon St will be going nuts. If only I could be there for the celebration. Even tho I will not get the game up here in Brew City, I still will be wearing my Black n Gold colors for the team. If the team stays focused, if Brees continues to thread the needle to his receivers and they make the big plays, the team should go far. If Washington steals this game, then the Saints only will have themselves to blame, but I don't see that happening. I have never lost faith in the Black n Gold and still believe they will go far in the play-offs. Former Saint players that are no longer with us are smiling down on this magical team. Go Saints!!!!!!!!!
No.2
Tovash
03:10 PM
12/18/2006
Randy, remember what I said last week? I knew that the Saints were capable of laying a clunker of a game at some point. They made the Redskins look like division leaders. People in "the boot" were beginning to put the Saints in the Super Bowl and the regular season hasn't even finished yet. Question of the day: What happened to that 42-point offense that the world saw last week? I just had a feeling that the Saints would "smell themselves" like mama used to say. They bought into the media saying that they were good after that Cowboys game and didn't show up at home against the dog-butted Skins. It just goes to show that the NFC is VERY unpredictable and that we just never know whats going to happen from week to week. And yes I will be PISSED if the Philly Eagles come to Texas Stadium and escape this whipping that the Cowboys have set up for them too. Good article too. Keep em coming sir!!
No.3
fr8ttrain
11:21 AM
12/28/2006
Cowboys lost to Skins too Tovash, and the Boys are only 2-4 in their division. Talk about smellin yourself?? And in keeping with the you are so smart theme, Eagles punked Cowboys and again Dallas loses in their own crib. Boys cant even defend their house!! Hang your hat on that Colts win a month ago, that's all you got left after you get doused in the playoffs.
Cowboys schedule was so soft Charmin toilet paper got jealous.
Detroit to end the season, what a laugh!!
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