At 1/8/11 09:03 PM, Gobblemeister wrote:
The Saints should not be called a bad team for this loss at all, and their win was no fluke.
Bad losses to the Browns and Cardinals, Drew Bress throwing over 20 picks and losing to a 7-9 team in the playoffs says otherwise. I know that they have 11 wins overall, but you just can't lose to a bad team like that, even at their place, and expect to be treated seriously.
The Seahawks earned this win more than anything else. Hasselbeck had a career game and that entire team buckled down and put on a great performance.
That may be, but at the same time, why did it take them so long to finally have that type of performance? I know Marshawn Lynch was overdue for a huge play, but other than that, the Saints had this game on a silver platter, and didn't capatialize when it mattered most.
At the end of the day a team with as much on their back as Seattle is a force of nature and you just can't win.
Calling Seattle a force of nature is like saying the sky is green and down is up, let's face the facts here, They are a bad team in a shitty division, and their luck is gonna run out very soon, As I said before, even a blind squirrel can find a nut once in a while.
Let's hope they send Chicago home crying too so that the Bears can stop kidding themselves.
I seriously hope you're kidding, Chicago is far better on defense than the Saints, and it is going to be at their house. I know that Jay Cutler is the most schizophentic QB in the league in terms of production, but to think that they can carve up the Bears D like they did with the Saints is laughable.