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    Saints Had a Bounty for Defense



    I knew the Saints were a dirty team and now I know why...http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/76...ogram-nfl-says
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    Re: Saints Had a Bounty for Defense

    Gotta love the "everybody does it" excuse.




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    Re: Saints Had a Bounty for Defense

    Losing more and more respect for Jamison Hensley...

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afcnorth/pos...ut-on-steelers

    Yeah, Suggs said bounty. There was also no followup on it and everything that is coming out is regarding Gregg Williams.
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    Re: Saints Had a Bounty for Defense

    Well the NFL brought the hammer down on them and for a good reason. The fact that there is law suites against the NFL for player safety you knew they would lay the law down.

    The Saints fans seem to be in denial about it. Think its some conspiracy to destroy their franchise since they are not a big market team. They scream conspiracy now, but they'd be the complete opposite if this had happened to the gaints/49ers/enter other team they hate right now.




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    Re: Saints Had a Bounty for Defense

    I thought it was scape-goating until I read that the Saints were warned, specifically told to cut it out, and then continued it, and then took steps to try and hide it from the league.

    I like the saints but never been a fan Of Sean Peyton.
    Always disliked the tough guy act on the sidelines. Too much fist pumping, and "look at me" antics.

    But wow.

    A full year for Peyton, indefinte for Williams, 8 weeks for Loomis, 6 for the Asst coach, AND docking 2 second round picks.

    Message sent.




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