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Donte' Stallworth


Notable most for the last 2 sentences: His best season (70/945/7) came in 2005 with Jim Haslett's Saints, when Stallworth finished as the No. 21 fantasy wideout. Sean Payton traded him the next offseason.


Accountability Index Update-Jimmy Graham Signs A Long Term Contract Update

Forget the introduction, let's get to it: Date Name Assertion Remarks Resolution Sep 20 2013 Drinkin' Wit' Terrell Farley Trent Richardson on...

Lelito Starts @ Center and Jeff Duncan Knew It Before You Did


Lelito hasn't played center in a real game since 8th grade. Resume the diaper crapping.


Jay Cutler: Good Enough?

Over on the Saints blog there was some discussion about who the Saints should never add to their roster. Jay Cutler was mentioned and that surprised me. It is highly unlikely that it would ever...


Saints Offensive Line Are Not Too Worried About Not Having A Center. So Why Are You?

Yeah yeah I know this will be in the FDL's later today, but we have AWOLs, skippers, skimmers, assorted diaper crappers, OL truthers, and those who haven't yet found another topic to be...

Saints sign Brandin Cooks


Adam Caplan ‏@caplannfl 24m #Saints signed first-round pick WR Brandin Cooks. Started negotiating with him just a few days ago. Larry Holder ‏@LarryHolder 26m @muscles220 @Kat_Terrell Yes. He's subject to a fifth-year option. Only first rounders have that. Adam Caplan ‏@caplannfl 20m 3.5 years of the 4-year Brandin Cooks is fully guaranteed, source confirmed. All first-rounder include the 5th-year option. Andrew Brandt ‏@adbrandt 11m 20th pick Brandin Cooks signs with @Saints. Will make same as 20th pick last year, Kyle Long: four years, $8.3M, $4.47M in bonus.


Accountability Index Update-After the Draft

Date Name Assertion Remarks Resolution Sep 20 2013 Drinkin' Wit' Terrell Farley Trent Richardson on his way to...


Strength of Schedule Is An Exercise In Futility

Even a brain exposed to as much boron gas as mine already knew this was stupid. But now Five Thirty Eight comes out and debunks the value of NFL strength of schedule analysis. It's last year's...

Jacoby Ford is available


I like him better than Jacoby Jones, and would Payton really trust a rookie to return kicks? Ford plays WR deep pretty well too. Watch the video (turn down the sound, Jesus1000...): Highlights


Accountability Index Update-After The Combine

The Combine is over, Jimmy Graham has been franchise tagged, free agency begins March 11, the draft starts on May 8. Time for an update to the list, more formally and politely known as the...

Sean Payton ranked #4 NFL head coach


" An idiosyncratic leader in a league full of followers...." Sounds about right. I'm a Payton critic and it's his idiosyncrasies that annoy me. What would I tell him to change? I don't know, I'm not smart enough to do that effectively. But when he's good, he's really pretty good.

Saints: WIN NOW!!! Time is short and so is cap money.


Trending Down: New Orleans Saints Bad News: Aging roster, awful cap situation. Good News: Coach enthusiasm, franchise quarterback By cutting Smith and other veterans, the Saints can accommodate Graham, sign their draft picks and make one last championship run with an over-the-hill offense and depleted defense. It's a long shot, but if you are going to saddle up for one last ride to glory, Brees, Sean Payton and Rob Ryan are three great choices to lead the cavalry.


Drew Brees: Not a big fan

I won't say I never liked him. He's the salvation of the franchise. Record setter. Makes others around him better. Leader of the entire team, both sides of the ball and special teams. Sets a...


Accountability Index Update-End of Season

Need to clean up and clear out a couple of items. Not much else except I'd like to welcome the newest member of the stujo4 Fanclub, canu2u. Your dartboard and spit cup are in the mail, canu. ...


Updated Accountability Index

End of year cleanup edition. Date Name Assertion Remarks Resolution Sep 20 2013 Drinkin' Wit' Terrell Farley Trent Richardson on his way to bust...

You can stop touting Nnamdi Asomugha, he's gassed


Free agent CB Nnamdi Asomugha has decided to retire. He was released in November. Asomugha is only 32, but simply has nothing left. jm91rs says: Dec 26, 2013 10:11 PM Pro Football Talk Most overrated db ever. The tape never showed that he was a shut down corner. Most of the experts knew that, yet fans continued to act like he was. What happened in Philly was very predictable, no way you can blame how he was used, unless you mean teams actually realized he could be beaten pretty easily.

Terron Armstead, your starting LT for 2014


Read these quotes. Doesn't sound like they're talking about a stopgap placefiller. And with the salary cap? Yeah, it's Armstead's job to lose and he's not losing it so far.

Best and Worst NFL Announcers


You'll need to think objectively and put your prejudices aside when you read this. Now the good stuff: "While Dierdorf may carry the torch as the worst commentator in the NFL..." "Siragusa is the worst." "My theory is that what makes Aikman such an insufferable voice is two-fold:"


Updated Accountability Index

Late season update. Vote in the poll. @ It's really important to me.@ Date Name Assertion Remarks Resolution Sep 20 2013 Drinkin' Wit' Terrell Farley T...

Saints Offensive Line ranked #8


Summary: This is a strong line let down a little by how their interior depth (see Tim Lelito) have performed when given time. Not the dominant unit of old up front

Jabari Greer and torn left ACL to IR


Particularly notable: Greer was not playing at a particularly high level before going down, but had been holding his own for the Saints' much-improved defense. In the second season of a four-year, $21.1 million contract, Greer has no guaranteed money remaining beyond 2013. Going on 32, he's due $4.4 million between salary and bonuses in 2014. He may have to be amenable to a pay-cut to keep his roster spot.

Jeff Duncan defies conventional wisdom


Jeff Duncan, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune 1 Hour Ago I really don't think the Saints show as many tendencies as people think. In fact, opponents say the Saints are one of the very best in the league at not revealing tendencies. I know Payton works hard in self-scouting to avoid becoming predictable. That said, the Saints don't have a great rushing offense. It's not just Ingram. It's a collective issue. Can they improve? Yes. But I don't think they're ever going to be dominant in that area. Nor do I think they need to be.

Coach Schiano thinks he's Hoodie


"How bad is it there? It's worse than you can imagine," one NFL player who spent 2012 with the Bucs recently told Silver. "It's like being in Cuba." Another college coach thinks his philosophies will work well with grown ass men in the NFL.


Updated Accountability Index

Bye week filler. Date Name Assertion Remarks Resolution Sep 20 2013 Drinkin' Wit' Terrell Farley Trent Richardson on his way to bust status RW: ...

The decline of #Saints WR Colston


HIS word. Not mine. "Read Twitter Reactions w/ @ChrisWesseling weighing in on the decline of #Saints WR Colston & more from week 6 ffgator.com/gatorblog.php " Jimmy Graham gets game-planned for and taken out of the game and Colston still can't get anything going. Outside of the top 30 WRs his value continues to sink. As Chris Wesseling (@ChrisWesseling) tweeted, "WR Marques Colston has a 78/1,023/7 line over his last 16 games. His line from the 16 games prior: 98/1,469/10." 5 straight games without a TD and Colston is proving to be a major disappointment for anyone relying on him for weekly production.

Nick Carter: #FireSchiano


It's over when the Backstreet Boys leave your corner.

Brian Allee-Walsh is a smart son of a bitch


Mark Ingram can be a productive player in the NFL in the right offense. The Saints' offense under Coach Sean Payton is not the right offense for Ingram, nor is there a pressing need for a back like Ingram to play in this offense. Payton uses multiple formations with a variety of personnel packages. Running backs in Payton's playbook are interchangeable parts. Ingram needs to be with a team that emphasizes running the football. He probably needs to get 18-22 carries a game to maximize his skill set, with a fullback leading the way.


Mark Ingram Pre-Draft Scouting Report

Yes I understand, that was then and this is now. He's a bust. But what did Payton see in Ingram? It's right here. Published in March, 2011 before the draft. It's in excerpt, but I didn't...

Saints' current status in one paragraph


The logic for thinking that the Saints have taken a step toward contention goes like this: the defense has gotten better, and the offense only looks a little weaker, but the offense is likely to come around, and any sign of life from the defense is encouraging. That line of reasoning would be easier to swallow if the Saints offensive line did not look so terrible. The running backs have nowhere to go, and the receiving corps is not nearly as deep as it once was. Drew Brees may find a way to compensate, or he might keep taking hits (four sacks, six hits on Sunday) and throwing the ball into defenders' bellies until he gets himself injured. For now, they are a Finding a Way to Win team that is lucky enough to share a division with the Buccaneers and Panthers, who have an entire GPS filled with paths to defeat.


Accountability Index Update-End of Preseason

I keep track of when people pop off and post the results here. That's all. Date Name Assertion Remarks Resolution Apr 15 2013 May 3 2013 Jun 5 2013 J...

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