I’m Anticipating (The Word) Bounceback

Posted: September 15, 2008 in Saints

Yes, not the action, but the word that nobody in New Orleans can ever seem to find an alternative for; bounceback, and when you say that word, say it with that babyish mocking tone and you will get the full effect. I’ve just about had it with that word. That just means that the team put yet another unnecessary bump in a road that has no excuse to have the slightest bump due to the seemingly potent offensive unit, potent on the surface, pictured potent, nothing else.

Pictured potent due in part to the presence of number 25 above. The thing is, the offense looks good now, but if the picture was moving, credibility would race in the opposite direction, just like it does in the minds of my own 10 percenters; the smartest damn football game watchers in the world.

Who knows if the right holes will open up like they did in Week 1 for us to mediocrily (I made it up) fumble and bumble through them to a win and give us a……………………… ooooooooooooooooohhhhh……………..can’t do it………………….just …………can’t say it…………(with a strained face and loud voice like someone who’s natural processes have quit on them)……………bounceback (said really fast). I’ll be waiting for that abomination of a term, that is used to denote the point where the Saints once again try to return to that smooth, error free road that people outside the now famous 10 percenters will tend to think the team will stay on the rest of the season. Bottom line, it’s a roller coaster, nothing you can do about it. The only question is when the next dip is. When Jeremy Shockey makes an inexplicable mistake, I mean Jeremy Shockey, he’s a really good player, I mean good for the rest of the NFL too. Those 10 percenters would know that. When he screws up, you know its meant to be an uphill, downhill ride. There is no such things as winning streaks and nobody can do anything about it. Much to my dismay, again, I’m not the coach. If I was, rest assured. It’s a two step process. I would fire ASS Gary Gibbs, and proceed by running a different system; it’s called coaching.

It involves:

  • Reading the playbook and taking it in.
  • Calling plays that are drawn up to cover somebody.
  • Sign football players, rather than the backyard touch football aspirers that run around like a chicken with………….you get it.
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  • Rubbing it in the face of all your real “who doubters” who always said you’re ignorant and don’t know what you’re talking about after your aggresive defensive style has yielded you 3 turnovers, two defensive touchdowns, and time of possession of over 40 minutes; and a 30 point lead.

Please do not get the false illusion that my coaching skills are limited to my simplistic sounding guidelines. I’m just modifying them to be on the intelligence level of the currently intalled staff, and to emphasize the easiness of what is being screwed up.

Oh the sweet smell of I told you so.

C’mon NOS.com, put it up……c’mon put up the word….let’s go…………you wouldn’t back down now……….would you………hurry up. We don’t have all day…..let’s go.

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