can the saints go undefeated?

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    can the saints go undefeated?

    bill cowher said yesteray that the saints are more likely to be the team to go undefeated this year.i think if the dolphins dont beat them next week.the pats will when they meet.
     
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    Re: will the saints go undefeated?

    Not a chance.
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    They're the most likely out of the undefeated teams left but I don't think they will.
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    Besides that Patriots game, circle Monday, November 30 at 8:30 pm,  Norleans has to play Atlanta twice.  I score Atlanta as almost the strength of a 16-0 team (15.6) and New Orleans having the strength of a 14-2 or 15-1 team (14.4). 

    Basically Norleans let the horrid Buffalo Bills hang around nicely through the third quarter (3 point difference!), and also the slightly overripe New York Jets hung in there a bit, and even disastrous Detroit hung in there a bit too.   These aren't the best omens.  Teams that go out and stomp the living daylights out of their opponent and are done by halftime and running their backups in the second half, those are the dangerous teams, regardless of what happens in the fourth quarter.

    Who has Atlanta lost to?   Oh yeah.
     
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    They will be 14-2. They are a serious contender though
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    No way, not a chance.

    They'll lose at least once, if not twice.  I can see them losing to Atlanta (once, if not twice) and possibly to the Pats.

    Don't forget, their biggest enemy is a team who can run the ball and keep it balanced with a good passing game (Falcons) that can hold the ball and keep Brees on the sideline.  The only game the Pats lost in '07 was the one where we lost the Time of Possession battle (the SB). 

    Fewer possessions = fewer points
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    No.
    Next question...
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    No, and that's not a slight to them at all.  The Saints are imo the best team in football right now, but I don't trust that defense against a dynamic passing game (please don't tell me the Giants have a dynamic passing game, they dont).  Going undefeated requires so much luck honestly, it goes far deeper than just being a dominating team.  They could do it, but I thought the 07 Pats were more impressive a team, and we all saw how hard it was to go 16-0.
     
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    The 2007 New England Patriots were the greatest offense ever assembled. This Saints team isn't even close.
     
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    I believe they have a shot. If they aren't peaking too early.
     
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    I usually stick like a Post-It to the TV on game dame day,  but I had some distractions yesterday and only saw a four or five plays in that game.  In that span, I saw two horrendous calls that went in favor of the Saints and led to points. Maybe the rest of the game was clean, but what I saw basically amounted to he zebras giving points to the Saints.  Nobody is talking or writing about it today.  Nothing but Saints-hype.  Makes me wonder if the league and media are "grooming" the Saints as their storybook team of the season, a' la the 2005 Steelers and 2006 Colts.
     
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    bill cowher said yesteray that the saints are more likely to be the team to go undefeated this year.i think if the dolphins dont beat them next week.the pats will when they meet.
    Posted by mosseffect43



    Hey they have to play the pats


    No way in S@%& do they go undefeated
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    It's really early to be talking like that but they do not have a difficult schedule going forward.  They play Atlanta twice and the Pats.  Assuming the Pats will be up to the challenge we can win that game but that's not exactly a gauntlet for New Orleans.

    What's going to happen is the offense will sputter once or twice and this D isn't going to shut down anyone good.
     
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    In Response to can the saints go undefeated? : Hey they have to play the pats No way in S@%& do they go undefeated
    Posted by steve1581
    i agree,but i beleive the dolphins will knock them out next week.
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    I was personally hoping the Giants would go undefeated and face the Patriots in the Super Bowl so we could exact some revenge... and I'd still want to face them.

    I think, however, that Golden Boy Favre will make it to the Super Bowl, and I think Minnesota would be a dangerous team to face if the Pats made it and played against them.
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    Minnesota barely escaped San Francisco and the Ravens. The Viklings are a good team, but I have concerns about them if they have to go outside in the playoffs --  the Blue New Jersey loss yesterday was a huge bonus for Minnesota. The schedule is littered with iced cupcakes and only games at Chicago and Green Bay appear to offer much challenge within the division.

    Still and all, I'm not convince Favre will survive the season and my guess is that when all isi said and done . . .

    The Viklings are this year's Tennessee Titans.
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    Does anyone else think Sean Payton's face is really annoying?
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    Only if we let them...
     
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    Does anyone else think Sean Payton's face is really annoying?
    Posted by themightypatriotz
    here you go mighty.

    Sean_Payton - SAINTS COACH PAYTON NAMED NFL COACH OF THE YEAR
     
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    i watched the jets-saints game. the jets shutdown their offense to half output. i think the saints are beatable and won't go undefeated. i think the patriots will have something for them
     
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    Re: can the saints go undefeated?

    I don't see any team going undeafeated this season. And, I don't believe/pay much mind to anything any of the talking heads say [anymore]. It's their opinion and much of the time it's biased and meant to provoke controversy. Alas, I'm a permanent skeptic I guess. lol
     
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