How about some love for the Saints!!!! Down here the only thing gathering any attention is the rising murder rate and the great year Sean Peyton has put together. I think it is a good example to try and live up to regarding the changes in Cyclone football and the Saints. Certainly the level of players are much different (and many other things) but the focal point of this winning season down here is the LEADERSHIP of Drew Brees and the head coach. They know they can win, and their team mates and fans have bought into it...it's infectious. Same goes for the clones, the leadership these new coaches bring in is going to filter down (through) the players and fans. Go Clones!
I don't like the Saints very much today. I have the Dallas Cowboy defense and Terry Glenn in my fantasy football league where, just so happens, if I win this one, I will be in the championship game. Well, because of the Saints, Chicago's Gould needs to earn me 11 points to win and that is looking pretty scarse. Dallas D and Glenn failed me, Tom Brady failed me, Jevon Walker failed me, Gonzales didn't help me. LT is carrying my team, up until this week that is....
Here's hoping that the new ISU coaching staff can develop a scheme and game plan like the Payton led Saints. I've seen every game this year (I live in Baton Rouge) and his game plans are simply brilliant!
I cheer for two teams, Iowa State and whoever is playing the hawkeyes.
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