downstairs: pute kisses like a man: mikaloyd: Buh bye SpaggyHello ANYbodyI don't really blame him entirely. he came in under very tough circumstances and tried to completely overhaul a defensive system for a defense that already wasn't stellar. not to mention, historically it has taken him more than a season to implement his system with other teams.Same here. Considering the clusterfark the whole season was, I think Spags deserved one *real* year to see what he could do.
cgraves67: Maybe they should create some sort of incentives program to encourage the defensive players to make big plays.
thecpt: justtray: Actually he's technically wrong, thus my point entirely.I bolded it for you since you seem to be retardedwe're talking about two different things.While the Court is extremely disturbed by the fundamental lack of due process in Goodell's denying the players the identities of and the right to confront their accusersI'm talking about that part. As it actually happened and the penalties he was trying to dole out at the beginning, he should of had a lot more than what he did. Your linking my two statements which were about different things and didn't explain your comment that I questioned. If you're okay with all of the penalties given to the Saints, coaches, and players this season than go ahead and call me retarded, because I don't give a shiat about your opinion then.
Slow To Return: justtray: Really? You think he's pleased his suit failed and his career is over? Ok.You can argue till you're blue in the face about legal tactics and such. But at the end of the day, Vilma managed to recoup his 2012 salary in full.
thecpt: justtray: thecpt: if only there was a way that they could of had the full defense as they prepared it. But Goodell had to flex nuts based off insufficient evidence.Hows that defamation* suit going?Get used to them*.used to what?"While the Court is extremely disturbed by the fundamental lack of due process in Goodell's denying the players the identities of and the right to confront their accusers, that was substantially rectified later in the process," Berrigan wrote. "So while the process was initially procedurally flawed, the statements were ultimately found to have enough support to defeat the defamation claims."He's technically right. The best kind of right./I'm not even a Saints fan. Just feel bad their fans had to put up with that bs.
thecpt: if only there was a way that they could of had the full defense as they prepared it. But Goodell had to flex nuts based off insufficient evidence.
Killer Cars: mikaloyd: Buh bye SpaggyHello ANYbodyI don't think anyone would have coached up the Saints defense last year to even "average". A mix of overrated or just-not-very-good players combined with the mindf*ck of an offseason they had.
Deneb81: GQueue: The Saints defense never stopped providing a bounty even this season, this year it was a bounty of points to the other team.Rob Ryan is a available...
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