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  1. In agreement with others on this one. Roll with Winston. Mac hasn't thrown for 5k yards in the NFL in a single season, or 30 TDs in a season, but Winston has. The kid has talent. If he pans out, he's still young enough to ride out the next few bumpy years as the Saints deal with their cap issues, without sacrificing any draft capital.
  2. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ No. Brees and Brady situations couldn't be any more different. Brees has been the weak link on a stacked Saints team for 3 years running now. Change of scenery doesn't suddenly cure that limp noodle of an arm.
  3. #6? Lattimore and Davenport with two 1st round picks and a 2nd for Watson ๐Ÿ‘€
  4. And yet, rules are rules, correct? You can't put rules in place and then selectively enforce them. Did Covid magically disappear when the Super Bowl ended? Or is this more of the hypocrisy that are Covid rules in general? Because Covid knows Tampa was celebrating a Super Bowl win and not a regular season win, so everyone is safe. ๐Ÿ™„
  5. When they're 100m over the cap, I'd wager there's going to be a bunch of things they're not "willingly" going to do.
  6. Oh yah. Plenty left in the tank. Played really well for the Saints. Problem is staying healthy, specifically concussions.
  7. And you'd classify either as a great coach? ๐Ÿคจ Not saying some guys don't try, some do, but typically your HoF or top talent guys don't coach, or make the best coaches.
  8. I don't think this will ever happen. I can't really think of any great players that transitioned to coaching. It's typically not in their DNA.
  9. Early years? Payton and the front office for fielding such terribad defenses. Last 4 years? Brees and not being able to stretch the field. Karma years? All of the above. I think the Saints sold their souls for that Super Bowl win lol. How else could 1 team be responsible for so many playoff loss memes over a 10 year stretch?? I'm not sure which was worse. Watching the Saints be the Aints and never amount to anything, or watching heart breaking playoff loss after playoff loss.
  10. Maybe with a healthy Kwon. Saints specifically brought him in to help cover TEs and RBs out of the backfield (which has been their kryptonite). You saw what Fournette did with Anzalone trying to cover him ๐Ÿ™„. Think it was the most that Brady targeted a RB all year, and with good reason. Even so, the defense wasn't elite enough to carry the ghost of Brees' arm. This was 3 years in a row that the opposing defense just packed the box, manhandled the WRs at the line, sent tons of pressure, and took all the dink and dunk stuff away. They all dared Brees to beat them deep, and he couldn't do it.
  11. Not sure about fireable. More so just plain dumb in my opinion. How many times this post season have we seen teams not go for it, and lose because they never got the ball back? You're sitting at the 6 man. Trying to score a possible game tying TD on 4th down sounds like a whole lot better idea than giving the ball back to Brady (still being down 5) with 2min left and praying for the stars to align to pull out a win.
  12. Great idea Brett... And who exactly is going to throw passes to that stud WR? ๐Ÿค”
  13. Second this. It's been fun watching him play in New Orleans, but if trading him means landing a future franchise QB....bon voyage Mike.
  14. Jags were the first team I thought of when I posted that question, with the Ravens being a close 2nd. Like Worm mentioned though, his contract is almost untradeable. Hypothetically though, you're looking at a 1st minimum, and probably a comp pick somewhere, maybe a 3rd? Stranger things have happened though, and after watching him yesterday, I just have this nagging feeling the Saints are seriously contemplating moving him.
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