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Just now, incognito_man said:

I dunno, I might like NO more against NE than LAR.

I mean worst case as in...the last team we wanted in AFC (because no one likes them) and last team we wanted in NFC (because of draft pick). 

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4 minutes ago, Packerraymond said:

Pederson coached a stinker in that one.

If this is a stinker for Pederson, he's pretty easily the 2nd best coach in the league IMO.

Going into NOLA w/ Nick Foles and coming a horrible play by Alshon Jeffrey away from an excellent shot at winning...damn fine job having his team prepared.

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7 minutes ago, Arthur Penske said:

Maybe Davenport can contribute to the Packers this season. :)

dumb oanealty by the rookie 

He at least was able to get to the qb hahaha

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2 minutes ago, incognito_man said:

If this is a stinker for Pederson, he's pretty easily the 2nd best coach in the league IMO.

Going into NOLA w/ Nick Foles and coming a horrible play by Alshon Jeffrey away from an excellent shot at winning...damn fine job having his team prepared.

Pederson is a good coach, 2nd best, debatable but top 5 for sure. You have to look at the set of circumstances during the game though, they blew a 14-0 lead with all the momentum on their side and they really did nothing aggressive on any side of the ball to get it back. He let Payton take that game from them.

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Well, the official tally for the over/under on references to Foles’s “Johnson” stands at four (three BDN and one LPN).  The line was set at five - under wins!

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1 minute ago, Sasquatch said:

Well, the official tally for the over/under on references to Foles’s “Johnson” stands at four (three BDN and one LPN).  The line was set at five - under wins!

I feel like I had at least 5 myself lol

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Remember back when the Saints lost week 1 and there was all that talk here about them going 6-10 or 7-9 and us getting a mid-round 1st? Ugh...happier times. 

Going to be 30, 31 or 32 now. Just our luck...

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X-man Pederson, and Foles for that matter, lost all their mojo in N’awlins...14 points to start the game and then shut out the rest of the way.

And MERCY, that Brees to Thomas (#13) connection was devastating. The Saints struck gold when they drafted him-big, physical, fast, and sure-handed.

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16 minutes ago, incognito_man said:

I feel like I had at least 5 myself lol

As do I.  I'm thinking a recount is in order for anyone paying out on the under.

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Just now, packfanfb said:

Remember back when the Saints lost week 1 and there was all that talk here about them going 6-10 or 7-9 and us getting a mid-round 1st? Ugh...happier times. 

Going to be 30, 31 or 32 now. Just our luck...

Just imagine what might have happened if they'd lost to the Browns though.  That could have completely derailed their season and they could have lost hope and panicked and sucked.  Their next game was at the Falcons, and they probably crumble against that offensive attack, looking at 0-3.  Damn Hue Jackson. 

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Rapoport: Adding context to Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery’s day. He played today’s game with cracked ribs, which teammate Lane Johnson disclosed to reporters. An MRI earlier in the week revealed the injury, but he played through it. Jeffery also hung tough answering every question post-game

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