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Patrick Robinson, you might be our only hope.
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"But a bigger part of it is just laziness — bad writing, bad form, an emphasis on controversy over writing talent, or more accurately the inclination to use talent. A lot of the major sports columnists of the moment are just bad writers who bring other lucrative skills to the great page view feeding frenzy. But as many are actually good writers who choose not to write good things, because the easy way is easier."

Jimmy Graham, Bad Sportswriting, and Immaturity

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Look at this gif of Khiry Robinson destroying a Seahawk.

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HERE COMES JOHN JENKINS
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Brandin Cooks Is Absurd

New Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks does impossible things on the football field. Here’s one:

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Rob Ryan carrying a stuffed animal and three pizzas in an airport.
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When the Saints Broke the Legion of Boom

Crazy plays like this one were part of a 17 minute period in which the Saints eviscerated Seattle’s legendary defense.

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This is the face Seattle Seahawks defenders started to make in the fourth quarter of their playoff game vs the Saints.
When the Saints Broke the Legion of Boom

This is the face Seattle Seahawks defenders started to make in the fourth quarter of their playoff game vs the Saints.

When the Saints Broke the Legion of Boom

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According to America, the most memorable play in Saints history is “Ambush,” the onsides kick Sean Payton called to open the second half of Super Bowl XLIV. A February 8, 2010 headline from NJ.com, the New Jersey Star-Ledger website, sums up how “Ambush” is popularly viewed: “Saints’ successful onsides kick shocks Colts, changes momentum of Super Bowl.” This popular view explains why America voted the way it did.
It’s also wrong.
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If Akiem Hicks is as good as we think he might be, the Saints will be something like unstoppable in 2014.
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The main reason the NFL ruled Jimmy Graham a tight end is fodder for “that’s what she said!” jokes.
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"Whatever Jimmy Graham’s ultimate long-term contract is, it’ll be, like every other deal Loomis signs, cap-friendly early on, giving the Saints more room to maneuver over the next year or two, not less. It’ll be a deal delivering Graham to training camp in time to prepare for a 2014 season that, to Saints fans, feels like a citywide block party just waiting to start."

Jimmy Graham, the Blurriness of Position, and Fixing the Franchise Tag

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No surprise: as the July 15 deadline for a long-term deal between Jimmy Graham and the Saints approaches, the arguments about Graham’s position status are getting more creative. Those arguments, however, only dance around the periphery of the real issue: No one has a strict definition for what quantifies a “position” in the NFL, and the lack of such a definition makes the NFL’s franchise tag system terrible.
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No surprise: as the July 15 deadline for a long-term deal between Jimmy Graham and the Saints approaches, the arguments about Graham’s position status are getting more creative. Those arguments, however, only dance around the periphery of the real issue: No one has a strict definition for what quantifies a “position” in the NFL, and the lack of such a definition makes the NFL’s franchise tag system terrible.

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