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Crzynick25
04-29-2006, 12:12 AM
That the Saints could be a really good team at least offensively, now the the Texans have offically signed Mario Willams the saints draft Reggie Bush, to go along with Deuce Mcallister, Joe Horn, and huge upgrade at QB in Brees and Donte Stallworth who should live up to his potential now that he has a good quarterback throwing him the ball.

Roman529
04-29-2006, 12:15 AM
If the Saints sign Bush, I think Deuce is bye bye.

CrazyCarl
04-29-2006, 12:15 AM
That the Saints could be a really good team at least offensively, now the the Texans have offically signed Mario Willams the saints draft Reggie Bush, to go along with Deuce Mcallister, Joe Horn, and huge upgrade at QB in Brees and Donte Stallworth who should live up to his potential now that he has a good quarterback throwing him the ball.

I think the Saints are going to end up trading with either Green Bay or the Jets and then selecting either D'Brick or Hawk

Tiphin
04-29-2006, 12:16 AM
I wasn't aware the Drew Brees had proved he can still throw the ball well.

Roman529
04-29-2006, 12:19 AM
I don't the Packers have the $$$ to sign Bush.

Bjorn
04-29-2006, 12:19 AM
No


SEGAL PLANNING A BAYOU POWER PLAY

A league source tells us that agent Joel Segal plans to take the position that tailback Reggie Bush will not play for the New Orleans Saints.

The move, the source surmises, is aimed at allowing Segal to save some face after blowing Bush's shot to be the first overall pick in the draft.

Dolfan2788
04-29-2006, 12:20 AM
^^ Either has Daunte Culpepper or Brett Favre.

I don't think the Saints will be good offensively, they still lack a legitimate No. 2 receiver and have a mediocre offensive line without it's anchor in LeCharles Bentley.

Roman529
04-29-2006, 12:23 AM
I think Bush will go to the Titans and the Jets will have to chose between Leinart and Young...probably take Leinart. The Jets are going to have to cough up a lot to move up to #2. I can't see it happening.

SoFloDolFan
04-29-2006, 12:34 AM
I say the Saints pick D'Brick for #2. Titans pick Matt Leinart for #3. And sadly, Reggie Bush is chosen by the Jets at #4. :shakeno: I'm so worried about having to face Reggie Bush twice a year.

Bad Lieutenant
04-29-2006, 12:35 AM
I don't know, but I can almost guarantee the Saints will pick Leinart or some other QB.

Drew Brees has been sent to the seventh circle of Hell, where he will be doomed to repeat his past, that of constantly being chased by a top ten drafted QB and stabbed in the back by his "team."

finfan4life8956
04-29-2006, 12:38 AM
I definetly think the packers will trade up to get Bush, no doubt about it. You have to think Favre is pushing for that, watch out for the Packers this year they may have something going up there in green bay. Thank goodness we only have to play them once and its at home.

Roman529
04-29-2006, 12:41 AM
I definetly think the packers will trade up to get Bush, no doubt about it. You have to think Favre is pushing for that, watch out for the Packers this year they may have something going up there in green bay. Thank goodness we only have to play them once and its at home.

The Pack just paid big $$$ for Charles Woodson, and Favre has a bonus due...I don't think the Pack has the money.

finfan4life8956
04-29-2006, 12:58 AM
they will figure something out, they need that explosion on offense. They arent completly out of cap room.

NathanHunt
04-29-2006, 01:36 AM
Regardless of the who, why or how's..... this single event just created havoc in the Top 5. This is one of those "toss everything out the window" scenarios that has every team in the Top 5 scrambling to rethink their strategies. It's not just about maneuvering to get Bush..... this is going to destroy MANY scenarios previously thought to exist. Teams like the Saints and Titans now have to ponder heavier.... "can we still get our guy if we trade down". Because, I'm sure a few teams would LOVE a shot at #2 right about now.

This changes EVERYTHING.

Personally.... I think the real "threat" to move up is San Fran. They've got 2 #1s plus the additional pick this year from the 2 they got in the Lloyd trade.

Tell me Nolan isn't growing an ulcer right now trying to debate "should we" "shouldn't we". I see them as the best team suited to move up and pay the money. They've lost Peterson and are currenty without a real identity as a team. Stick Bush behind Smith and suddenly, they can score and be competitve. Those 2 1st's this year really helps them make it happen now.

gator_sensation
04-29-2006, 01:56 AM
Regardless of the who, why or how's..... this single event just created havoc in the Top 5. This is one of those "toss everything out the window" scenarios that has every team in the Top 5 scrambling to rethink their strategies. It's not just about maneuvering to get Bush..... this is going to destroy MANY scenarios previously thought to exist. Teams like the Saints and Titans now have to ponder heavier.... "can we still get our guy if we trade down". Because, I'm sure a few teams would LOVE a shot at #2 right about now.

This changes EVERYTHING.

Personally.... I think the real "threat" to move up is San Fran. They've got 2 #1s plus the additional pick this year from the 2 they got in the Lloyd trade.

Tell me Nolan isn't growing an ulcer right now trying to debate "should we" "shouldn't we". I see them as the best team suited to move up and pay the money. They've lost Peterson and are currenty without a real identity as a team. Stick Bush behind Smith and suddenly, they can score and be competitve. Those 2 1st's this year really helps them make it happen now.

I agree about your 49ers logic. Alex Smith needs help offensively. Its obvious he can not put the team on his back and when games on his own right now. Bush would give them an added factor that can take all the pressure off Smith. If they don't pick Bush they will probably try to go TE.

Coral Reefer
04-29-2006, 02:40 AM
That the Saints could be a really good team at least offensively, now the the Texans have offically signed Mario Willams the saints draft Reggie Bush, to go along with Deuce Mcallister, Joe Horn, and huge upgrade at QB in Brees and Donte Stallworth who should live up to his potential now that he has a good quarterback throwing him the ball.


I don't see any reason the Saints would pick Bush.
They are set at RB with Mcallister.

The pick would make ZERO sense.
They'll pick someone else or trade out.

phins4lyfe
04-29-2006, 02:43 AM
That the Saints could be a really good team at least offensively, now the the Texans have offically signed Mario Willams the saints draft Reggie Bush, to go along with Deuce Mcallister, Joe Horn, and huge upgrade at QB in Brees and Donte Stallworth who should live up to his potential now that he has a good quarterback throwing him the ball.

I believe the saints released Stallworth?

marinoisgodinRI
04-29-2006, 03:06 AM
first of all the saints are too tied up in duece's money that no one will want him so they will trade down to the jets or titans which ever decides to do so and they will still be able to select aj hawk for their defense.... and lets stop treating bress like he is the next coming there are at least five to seven other qb's in the league id rather have and one of those is on our team now

phinfan37
04-29-2006, 03:16 AM
I say the Saints pick D'Brick for #2. Titans pick Matt Leinart for #3. And sadly, Reggie Bush is chosen by the Jets at #4. :shakeno: I'm so worried about having to face Reggie Bush twice a year.
I'm with ya bro. The thought of facing him twice a year is SCARY!!! hehe

Anthony D.
04-29-2006, 04:26 AM
That the Saints could be a really good team at least offensively, now the the Texans have offically signed Mario Willams the saints draft Reggie Bush, to go along with Deuce Mcallister, Joe Horn, and huge upgrade at QB in Brees and Donte Stallworth who should live up to his potential now that he has a good quarterback throwing him the ball.The S-Aint's will blow this the same as they will blow everything else.

Anthony D.
04-29-2006, 04:28 AM
I'm with ya bro. The thought of facing him twice a year is SCARY!!! heheI ain't worried.We will dominate in the east.We dealt with Curtis Martin for years and we are just getting better and better.I am not saying Bush is a pushover,but Martin was a warrior.

like2god
04-29-2006, 06:22 AM
I think you will see the JETS, 49ers or RAIDERS make a push for the number 2 spot so they can get Bush.

I live in NY and when news broke that the Texans signed Mario Williams, it seemed like everywhere I went Jets fans were very confident they would get "Reggie Bush the #1 RB....NO!!!.....the #1 player in 20 years. DUDE HE'S OURS (high five)".:lol:

dolfanrodney
04-29-2006, 06:23 AM
I think the Saints will take Bush. Duece had a major knee injury last year and he is in his late 20's so they might end up trding Duece or releasing him. With a solid QB and solid WR's you don't pass up on a franchaise back like Bush.

LarryFinFan
04-29-2006, 07:44 AM
That the Saints could be a really good team at least offensively, now the the Texans have offically signed Mario Willams the saints draft Reggie Bush, to go along with Deuce Mcallister, Joe Horn, and huge upgrade at QB in Brees and Donte Stallworth who should live up to his potential now that he has a good quarterback throwing him the ball.


My guess is that Saints STILL draft a QB...probably Young. They don't need Bush, although he'd be quite a compliment to Deuce. I don't feel that Brees will be there beyond this year. He's a good QB, but not worth $12 mil next season and that assumes he's back to where he was before the injury...I see them jumping on Lienart, Cutler or Young...unless they can trade down...however, it'll be with someone near the top 5 or 6 so they can still get a QB..

LarryFinFan
04-29-2006, 07:45 AM
I think the Saints will take Bush. Duece had a major knee injury last year and he is in his late 20's so they might end up trding Duece or releasing him. With a solid QB and solid WR's you don't pass up on a franchaise back like Bush.


Bush is NOT a franchise, everydown back. With Bush you will always have to have complimentary backs...Deuce isn't going anywhere and he'll return (more than likely) just fine from his torn ACL...

PROUDMONKEY
04-29-2006, 07:46 AM
I wasn't aware the Drew Brees had proved he can still throw the ball well.

Ditto

Nicky Napoleon
04-29-2006, 10:40 AM
Does anyone else think?


I try not to.....

In all seriousness I think that they could be good, but that hinges on the fact of whether or not Brees can return and have the same arm strength he had prior. In alot of cases the QB wont regain his full arm strength, look at Chad Pennington only marginal arm strength to begin with after tearing his rotator cuff he now throws like a girl.