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  • Haslette aints the Saints

    There's no way haslette lets the Saints beat us with their offense. If we lose, it'll be because our O really can't get things together. I'm really stoked about the posibilities of our D going in there and getting it done!!!

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    Re: Haslette aints the Saints

    Saints offense is clicking now and I am sure that their are some coaches on their team that would love to run up the score against Haslett. This game could get ugly. But, I think the rams match up well with them and if the offense can put put up some points this is a winnable game and could be the start of a good second half of the year.

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