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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Feb 13, 2018.
#New Orleans Saints
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#2 and #3 were at LSU at the same time, and boy was our offense explosive
Here's a thing
We’re number 1!
Literally two posts up, bruv
Didn’t load for some reason when I loaded the thread but I’ll leave it since it’s awesome
That got shut down pretty quickly. Cox isn't loafing at all on the play, he got triple teamed and still almost made the play in the backfield.
Pretty insane for the Seahawks.
Think the point is that the saints did their homework rather extensively, found the exact look they were hoping for and executed it in a critical momentum spot on 4th and 1 on their own 30. The drive ultimately resulted in 7 points.
Cowboys on the market for an OC
congrats on playing in a division with the cardinals, rams, and 49ers
and only one super bowl to show for it
6 appearances and at least one by each team in that timeframe
Good shit, Ian
This is an A+ tweet
Dumbass did it again
Sounds like he meant to say Alvin Kamara
anyone make a game 1 thread yet
U.S. Congressman wants Roger Goodell to testify before an antitrust subcommittee
Posted by Mike Florio on January 23, 2019, 9:08 PM EST
Commissioner Roger Goodell probably shouldn’t worry about a lawsuit filed in New Orleans over the blown call at the end of the NFC Championship. Goodell probably should worry (at least a little bit) about another potential scenario for sworn testimony, sparked by a U.S. Representative from New Orleans.
“What the entire nation witnessed during this past weekend’s NFC Championship game was an upset as a result of an unfair penalty, and I join Saints players, coaches, and fans far and wide over this disappointment,” Congressman Cedric Richmond (D-La.) said in a statement. “The Saints should be on their way to Atlanta to play in the Super Bowl. Instead, they are left with the memory of officials who failed to create an equal playing field and deprived them of that opportunity. Officials should not have the ability to determine the fate of a team who rightfully earned their place in NFL championship history.”
It’s one thing to express a concern, it’s another to specify action that can be taken in response to the concern. Richmond did.
“I have since spoken with colleagues on the Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee about inviting NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to answer some important questions about the unfair call against the Saints,” Richmond said, “a call that he has the jurisdiction to overturn. I stand with Saints owner Gayle Benson on the urgency and significance of having this issue addressed so that it does not happen again. The Saints got the short end of the stick, and I am proud to witness the strength of the franchise and the unswerving support of Who Dat Nation. I look forward to conveying these views to Mr. Goodell soon.”
While it would be easy to dismiss the statement as pandering to those who elected Richmond into office, it would be unwise to assume that every effort to compel Goodell to answer tough questions about how the NFL officiates games will automatically fail. As legalized gambling begins to proliferate, the NFL should be concerned that any given controversy could be the controversy that prompts Congress to conclude that the NFL isn’t capable of taking care of its own business — and that Congress should do it for the NFL.
More specifically, the league should fear the possible creation of a federal agency that would oversee the NFL, and possibly other pro sports. That’s the last thing the league would want, since it would remove from the league the exclusive authority to determine the league’s business, subject to the authority of no one.
Cool with it. Can’t be worse than Linehan and it’s not Nuss calling plays.
yay to continuing to have a shit offense
#Atlanta Falcons nfl network boys
sorry that was ugly
The fine makes it even worse lol
i get it was a bad call but i am sick of the saints players and coaches still whining about it. they sound ridiculous
Well Roger brought it up today.
Michael Thomas has been having fun with it. Brees said move on. Our retiring TE who is straight as an arrow made a pretty aggressive but fair written statement.
Most of these guys just hate Roger Goodell and want to call him on his shit, and I have no problem with that.
All time WOAT call
Ben Watson is finally retiring?
Yes but they got the ball first in OT and turned it over. They also kicked 2 first quarter FGs.
shut it Falcons bitch
I get Saints fans have a much bigger complaint but you don’t hear them complaining about overtime rules.
Gregg Williams' son is on the Jets staff
and apparently has only worked for NFL teams that his father has been coaching at the time