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9 minutes ago, BigSteelThrill said:

Nagy. wtf.

You are pigeon-holing your entire offense as so incredibly predictable all season long. Need to run the ball early and often to help the entire team.  Sure, you can go pass heavy at times, but this is sad.

They've been running the ball awesome all year, so this makes a lot of sense.

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1 minute ago, Ministry of Pain said:

Saints continue to defy logic

Looking like 6-1 within their sights

This game could be 39-10. The Saints defense is good - if Ryan is out for any length of time, I'm keeping them through the bye - they still play Atlanta twice. Kick return TDs would be a bonus. 

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1 minute ago, Ministry of Pain said:

Vegas felt the Bears were 4 points better, lot of people bet the Bears, the Saints are out a QB and a RB, that would do in a lot of teams. 

Trubisky may be a down grade over who ever was there before, while Bridgewater is probably equal to Brees, some say better.  I was worried that Kamara being out would have a bigger impact on my kicker (Lutz) and defense, as offense affects defense. 

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2 minutes ago, Ministry of Pain said:

Vegas felt the Bears were 4 points better, lot of people bet the Bears, the Saints are out a QB and a RB, that would do in a lot of teams. 

The Bears haven’t won a game this season where their opponent has scored 16. 
 

The assumption appears to have been that the Saints would score less than 16. That seems odd to me  

 

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1 minute ago, SoBeDad said:

Trubisky may be a down grade over who ever was there before, while Bridgewater is probably equal to Brees, some say better.  I was worried that Kamara being out would have a bigger impact on my kicker (Lutz) and defense, as offense affects defense. 

I don’t know who those “some” are. 

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5 minutes ago, SoBeDad said:

Trubisky may be a down grade over who ever was there before, while Bridgewater is probably equal to Brees, some say better.  I was worried that Kamara being out would have a bigger impact on my kicker (Lutz) and defense, as offense affects defense. 

Teddy's playing to get a starting gig next year. Bears might consider signing him after seeing him up close like this.

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4 minutes ago, SoBeDad said:

To say Bridewater is better than Brees is heresy in the Big Easy, but looking at the numbers, it's close.

Brees played one full game this year and threw for 370 yards, 2 TDs, and one pick with a passer rating of 105, completing 74% of his passes.  While shaking off the rust.  
 

Bridgewater’s great and I hope he sticks around. He’d be a really solid guy to take over for Brees in a year or two.  But he isn’t better. 

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6 minutes ago, Henry Ford said:

Brees played one full game this year and threw for 370 yards, 2 TDs, and one pick with a passer rating of 105, completing 74% of his passes.  While shaking off the rust.  
 

Bridgewater’s great and I hope he sticks around. He’d be a really solid guy to take over for Brees in a year or two.  But he isn’t better. 

I'd be shocked if Teddy waited the 2-3 years for Brees to leave. Brees, if I had to guess, is going to keep playing because of Brady. Teddy's going to get offers to start and paid in the range of $30 million/year. Teddy's no fool. 

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