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Why We Are "Luckier" Than the Saints . . . . - HolyDuckett! - 10-10-2010 11:04 PM
I only saw one angle of the interception towards the end of the Saints/Cardinals game, but I was wondering what kind of effort the Saints made to D'White the dude. The intended receiver made an effort but was blocked. Then the d-back goes all the way across the field before cutting in for the touchdown, with Colston jogging in after him.
So where was Colston before that? It took the guy 10 seconds to score and he crossed to Colston's side of the field. I would love to see another angle of the play, but he MUST have been walking and watching, not hustling back the way Roddy did last week. It took the guy 10 seconds to score!
You never know if it would have mattered . . . Good things the Falcons have been getting lucky though.
RE: Why We Are "Luckier" Than the Saints . . . . - JayOzOne - 10-10-2010 11:07 PM
Good teams make their own luck. The Stains did it last year but they got fat and lazy with their Lombardi. Here's hoping that they choke on it.
RE: Why We Are "Luckier" Than the Saints . . . . - komic - 10-10-2010 11:07 PM
lmao either way it goes the Aints suck