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In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
In reality, what probably happens is you get into 2019, Brees injures his thumb and Mahomes takes over, does Mahomes things … and he’s the guy from that point forward. Brees goes and plays for the Vikings. So, in summary, objectively … yes.
Replying to @Jeff_Nowak
And you could argue that he’d have taken over before that. Either way Brees probably ends up in Minnesota. Somewhere in the multiverse.
 
I often find myself wondering what would’ve happened if the Saints had actually made this pick. Would Drew Brees’ Saints career have ended like Brett Favre’s with the Packers?
Replying to @Jeff_Nowak
In reality, what probably happens is you get into 2019, Brees injures his thumb and Mahomes takes over, does Mahomes things … and he’s the guy from that point forward. Brees goes and plays for the Vikings. So, in summary, objectively … yes.
 
I often find myself wondering what would’ve happened if the Saints had actually made this pick. Would Drew Brees’ Saints career have ended like Brett Favre’s with the Packers?
 
There it is
If the Chiefs beat the Bills tomorrow, the 2021 AFC Championship will feature the starting QB (Joe Burrow), WR (Ja'Marr Chase) and RB (Clyde Edwards-Helaire) from LSU's 2019 title team.

And also: Tyler Shelvin, Tyrann Mathieu and Darrel Williams. NFLSU is everywhere.
 
This is why you can’t get down 0-2 against Pat Mahomes. That hard slider is unhittable.
Patrick Mahomes is not from planet earth pic.twitter.com/NNOOMTOLtF
 
Big if true
I’m not 100% committed to putting ketchup on my fries tonight…. @FletcherWDSU with more later on tonight
 
It's almost as if conspiracy theorists aren't the most rational of thinkers.
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
I just find it ironic that the same Bucs fans who said we were conspiracy theorists 3 years ago now say the NFL threw the game for the Rams…
 
Dating back to 1978 (final year before playoffs expanded), this is just the second time in 44 years that 3 of the top 4 seeds (AFC & NFC) were eliminated before the conference title games.

The other time was 2008 (Titans, Giants, Panthers).

All four going down would be a first.
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
Do you know if there has ever been a divisional round where all 4 road teams have won?
 
The divisional round has easily made up for all the blowouts in the wild card round ... and now three of the top four seeds have been eliminated before the NFC/AFC title games. Yeesh.
So far, all three divisional playoff matchups this weekend have ended with the road team kicking a field goal on the last play of the game.
 
Not a bad day for Saints fans watching the playoffs purely for the entertainment.

- Falcons get trolled with 28-3 reminders all day
- Rams try as hard as possible to embarrassingly squander a 24-point lead (and they did)
- The Bucs lose anyway

Remember to tip your bartenders.
 
Un-freaking believable.
Somehow even after that fumble I'm still not betting against Tom Brady down 14 in the 4th quarter ... and that's Tom Brady's greatness in a nutshell.
 
It's gotta be rough facing Tom Brady in the playoffs if you're a quarterback named Matt.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
The Patriots won for years without mortgaging their future 1st round picks. The Bucs haven’t gifted their 1st round picks. Los Angeles has absolutely mortgaged its future.
Replying to @MarcRyanOnAir
Patriots made one pick in the first two rounds of the 2016 & 2017 drafts. They lost one first with no return and traded a first for a Brandin Cooks rental. They moved on from Tom Brady with one down season. It's a case study that proves the exact opposite of your point.
 
And you can tell I'm slightly delayed because the Rams are legit trying to blow this thing. Just. Wow.
Somehow even after that fumble I'm still not betting against Tom Brady down 14 in the 4th quarter ... and that's Tom Brady's greatness in a nutshell.
 
Somehow even after that fumble I'm still not betting against Tom Brady down 14 in the 4th quarter ... and that's Tom Brady's greatness in a nutshell.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
I’m not paying the mortgage your future bill the Rams have signed up for. If they win a SB this year or next, at least there’s an argument.
Replying to @MarcRyanOnAir
I guess I just don't understand where this idea of irresponsibility is coming from. Super Bowl contenders are that because they've built a title-caliber roster. Nine of the top-10 teams in 2022 cap space missed the playoffs. The other is the team that hit the Joe Burrow lottery.
 
Also: It's been almost two full seasons and I still can't shake the idea that Tom Brady signed with the Bucs because the scoreboard is really his initials.
It’s not quite 28-3, but I’m guessing there are two types of Falcons fans out there right now.

1. Falcons fans who are triggered by this scoreline
2. Liars pic.twitter.com/GvsAbzKNLq
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
I don’t believe teams have to mortgage their future entirely to compete today. I consider that reckless. Los Angeles gave “buy one get one free” deals on future draft picks, and they’ll pay for that if not next year, then in the next two.
Replying to @MarcRyanOnAir
We'll have to define "mortgaging your future," b/c the NFL structure makes a regression to the field inevitable. But there's a key difference. Bad teams go all-in to compete. Good teams go all-in to win the whole damn thing. The whole point is to get a ring. The rest is noise.
 
It’s not quite 28-3, but I’m guessing there are two types of Falcons fans out there right now.

1. Falcons fans who are triggered by this scoreline
2. Liars
 
In reply to @wargote4
My favorite line about cap space is from @ReidG75. “Cap space is the fools gold of the nfl” it really is. If you have a crap ton of cap space it usually means your drafting stinks and you don’t have good players to pay. Or you drafted awesome and everyone is due for their bag
Replying to @SaintsForecast @wargote4 and 1 otherfalse
Right, and there's this idea that spending lavishly is inherently problematic. It's not. It's problematic when you're overspending in FA to paper over poor roster management. When a team drafts well and supplements it it with the right FA dives ... that's a Super Bowl contender.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
Some cap guys in Twitter do seem to like cap space more than actually competing on the field
Replying to @wargote4
I just don't understand the pearl-clutching in a league with a hard salary cap. You're not paying luxury tax or repeater tax or have to figure out elaborate exemptions. You create the best roster you can with the money available and try to win the thing. That's the game.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
Bucs when healthy are the 2nd best team (outside of the rams on paper and on field); Bucs are just to battered with no good CB Depth to compete with the rams at this point. If Brady comes back, it needs to be a full defensive draft while cutting Suh & JPP due to age & cap space
Replying to @SneakerHeadOnT2
The Bucs' roster is excellent, but I think a new roster every season (assuming you won a Super Bowl in the previous year) is essential to the "rent-a-ring" market. The wear and tear of a Super Bowl run is tough to overcome the next season, regardless of the talent level.
 
But … why? Are teams supposed to not sign the best players they can?

When you have a title window, you go for it. Anything else is a disservice to the team/fans. Those windows close fast. No one feels better about missing it b/c ‘at least they kept a balanced checkbook.’
I have such a distaste for super teams, man.

And the worst is when they get rewarded.

Rams will pay dearly for their fire sale on draft picks in the future, forsaking tomorrow for today.

Here’s to hoping 🍻 they have nothing to show for it.
 
This game is solidifying my take that Tom Brady should’ve never gone back to Tampa. It’s time to be “rent a ring” and sign every year with w/e team is teed up best.

One of the few records left he doesn’t own: First QB to start/win Super Bowls with 3 teams. It’s a win-win …(win)
 
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FYI: If Rams score here and went for 2 and converted, the score would be 28-3.
 
Hey Rams, that’s a nice 17-point lead you’ve got there. It’d be a shame if something were to … happen to it.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
Bob Melvin left the Oakland A's after another roster gutting, prob the 4th for a team with a bottom 5 payroll every year. Next season may be brutal for the Saints, but it has been a top org since he joined. Not sure why he would restart somewhere else.
Replying to @swfong
I tend to agree with that. IMO the most likely reason you’d move on at this point is if you’re just burnt out and need a reset. I’m not saying it’s the case here, but it’s a relatable enough scenario to appreciate how/why it could happen.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
You never know what other teams would be privy to
Replying to @ryanbrees
We could go down a lot of rabbit holes guessing at info we don’t have. But I’m pretty confident teams aren’t out there saying “we want Dennis Allen as our HC but the Saints told him to be patient so we’ve gotta respect that.” They’d just interview him, like the Bears are doing.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
Not sure how that works. It’s not like he counts against any cap. Could they not just give him some sort of paid leave? And have Allen or someone be interim for a year? Till he decides what he wants?🤷🏼‍♂️
Replying to @lsutigerzfan
Honestly don’t know if that’s even possible to do, but I doubt the team or Sean would want to be in that scenario.
 
Jeff Nowak Retweeted ·  
Fletcher nails it, if Sean comes back expect AGGRESSIVE MEGA YOLO Loomis like we’ve never seen to fix QB long term. Sean ain’t doing QB Purgatory again
 
Joe Burrow is making No. 9 unwearable for future Bengals QBs in real-time.
Joey B. Nothing else to say.

📷 @Bengals pic.twitter.com/1ZYidpP1BQ
 
Jeff Nowak Retweeted ·  
On a great day of football, my favorite moment was this one from a pair of former Rummel Raiders……

Kristian and Ja’Marr
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
A reasonable conclusion could be that there is a deal in place for him to replace SP...
Replying to @ryanbrees
Even if there was, other teams wouldn’t be privy to that information. They’d still interview him.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
I actually don’t think he would move. I don’t see now at least. A spot open that would seem like a better place. I did think that he would retire after Brees retired. That made more sense to me.
Replying to @lsutigerzfan
The thing to remember: Sean Payton can’t just up and leave for another team, they’d have to trade for him. The other option would be to retire for a season. If he just really wants a year off, I wouldn’t fault him. But he’d have to leave a lot of cash on the table to do it.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
My only concern is the relative silence from teams in regards to Dennis Allen.
Replying to @ryanbrees
Why is that concerning?
 
I'd argue that no news is good news as far as the Saints are concerned. Sean Payton is under contract in New Orleans for three more seasons.

If that was actually close to changing, I'm highly doubtful things would be quiet.
Maybe silence really can be louder than words?

Sean Payton still hasn't 'committed' to any head coaching plans beyond the 2021 season, and that includes the Saints (though he is under contract 3 more seasons).

Here's the latest ⤵️
bit.ly/3GXTpiR
 
Jeff Nowak Retweeted ·  
The Sean Payton cycle rarely disappoints
 
 
Not much. Just planning g the day. I was just considering getting some cash to spell out “Sub to NOF” in a photo but figured it would go over too many heads.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
Easy to remember, because if the Saints had taken care of business in San Francisco in the division round game then they would have a home game for the conf. championship against the Giants.
Replying to @Parisire
I remember both those games super visibly for some reason. The peak Giants-Packers moment was when Michael Boley sacked Aaron Rodgers and did the “discount double-check” over his dead body. Hakeem Nicks also caught a Hail Mary TD just before halftime.
 
😂😂😂
"Looks like we're going to the AFC Championship." pic.twitter.com/oRmRkAHpyS
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
Manning, sheesh. He’s lucky he got the Beard in that 2006 SB.
Replying to @unamuno1898
Yea, that number is wild. But it also means he led a team to a top-two seed constantly. So it’s tough to complain too much.
 
In reply to @Jeff_Nowak
They did that in the 2011 season
Replying to @Parisire
I always have a hard time keeping track of seasons/playoffs because they spill over into the next year. But you’re correct, that was the 2011 season.
 
Decided to look up (back to 1980) the QBs to lose a playoff opener after a bye. Only five players have done it more than once:
- Peyton Manning: 5 (Broncos/Colts)
- Aaron Rodgers, 2 (Packers)
- John Elway: 2 (Broncos)
- Steve McNair: 2 (Titans & Ravens)
- Steve Young: 2 (49ers)
Replying to @Jeff_Nowak
A pretty impressive list, and it kind of feels like you haven't made it as an NFL QB until it happens. Some others to have done it once: - Tom Brady - Brett Favre - Eli Manning - Ben Roethlisberger - Dan Marino - Cam Newton - Dak Prescott - Warren Moon - Tony Romo - Matt Ryan
 
Decided to look up (back to 1980) the QBs to lose a playoff opener after a bye. Only five players have done it more than once:
- Peyton Manning: 5 (Broncos/Colts)
- Aaron Rodgers, 2 (Packers)
- John Elway: 2 (Broncos)
- Steve McNair: 2 (Titans & Ravens)
- Steve Young: 2 (49ers)
 
This is going to be the second consecutive season one of the teams in the NFC Championship spent that season’s first-round pick on a quarterback they didn’t end up playing.

- 2020: Packers, Jordan Love (No. 26)
- 2021: 49ers, Trey Lance (No. 3)
 
There's gotta be a 28-3 joke in here somewhere.
This is the first time since the 2010 season that both No. 1 seeds lost in the Divisional Round.

It's the first time EVER that both No. 1 seeds lost in the Divisional Round on the same day. 🤯 pic.twitter.com/xxEeZuXbS7
 
I’ll never forget that game because I was legitimately concerned that Tom Coughlin might not survive the cold.

The game-winning kicker in that one: Lawrence Tynes.
Old enough to remember the last time a Packers QB walked off in the snow after a playoff lost in what would possibly be his last game for that team
 
The only word I’ll quibble with here is “unfathomable”

I can very much fathom what I just saw. It’s the pancake breakfast. We do it every month.
The Packers' Curse:

Three decades of dominant quarterback play. 1 Super Bowl for each quarterback. Literal playoff heartbreak in a new and unfathomable way every other season.
 
Jeff Nowak Retweeted ·  
#Saints will play 3 teams next season who reached this year's conference championship game.

Bengals
49ers
Bucs and Rams, who play Sunday, are both on schedule
 
 
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