I was curious after the Saints got beat down by the 'Hawks last night how their fans would react. Seems they act just like our fans. This quote above is from the Canal Street Chronicles, the SB Nation site for the Saints. The Saints just got crushed in a road game by a one-loss team. Yet, the have only three losses on the year.
So even though their fans were touting the Brees MVP-like year and the Rob Ryan overhaul of the Defense, they still complain. It's a loss. That's it and that's all. Yet, the overreactions start; just like they do here.
The Saints and the Colts are not facing another losing season. They are in prime positions to clinch their divisions (assuming New orleans beats Carolina at least once). Sometimes good teams just lose; and lose ugly.
""But they got totally beat down and deserved it. All the Saints can do now is get angry, better, make adjustments and Sean Payton to kick every butt on the team, including players and coaches. Heads have to roll after a loss this bad, this late in the season.""
"What about Sean Payton?
Considering offense is our calling card, shouldn’t he be part of the problem from last night’s game? Obviously, I love SP, but yesterday night he was outcoached."
The OLine is the MAIN priority!!!!
When u can’t open lanes for the running game OR provide adequate protection for intermediate passes never mind the deep ball then u have a major problem! A speedy WR & CB are plentiful in the draft BUT stud OLineman aren’t. One Rams RB got 130+ yds on same Seattle defense we got maybe 50 yds? Yeah OLine IS & has ALWAYS been the problem. If Brees wasn’t pressured so much, how many of those overthrown balls would’ve been on the numbers AND Brees wouldn’t have had the fumble TD also.