11:45 am April 29, 2011, by D. Orlando Ledbetter
April 30th, 20118:36 am
I like Waffle House.
April 30th, 20118:40 am
kenneth- you say our D is aging yet we split last year and our loss was to bad field goal. looking back to your shameful attempt against the #6 seed wildcard packers , i would be more worried about the failcans pitiful D and the absolute scorching they took from the pack. after all that , the 3 stooges make a ricky williams type trade for an offensive guy whereas the saints have solidly upgraded the D while adding thunder to the already prolific O. your draft this year has been far from exemplary and another year of saints ownership of the failcans seems iminent. that , girlfriend , is reality and now a superbowl bid by the faicans has just receded even further away. read the comments from your own fans silly!
April 30th, 20118:54 am
I hear the JJ selection will have the Falcons scoring 40 points a game. Did the Packers score 48 to beat the Falcons? Which is the larger number. The Falcons needed a defensive stopper not a WR. This move will set the Falcons back for years to come.
April 30th, 20119:00 am
Blake, Take your position to to Steelers, they will probably disagree with you on no pass rushers left at the 27th pick.
April 30th, 20119:10 am
The Browns took WR Greg Little with what would have been the Falcons second draft pick. Take a look at the video on this kid from NC. I bet he’ll be every bit as good as JJ. The comparison begins!!!!!!
April 30th, 201111:45 am
To place all your eggs in one basket I feel is a mistake. I could see giving up their 1st, 2nd and 4th round picks to move up 21 spots but not giving away a first round pick next season. You are giving up someone comparable next season for immediate gratificatiopn and JJ tends to drop passes at times. Hope I am wrong on this one.
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