I touched on that earlier. What if SF shows up in the 1st half too? You need some of those breaks to go your way to win a title.
What if the tuck rule was forgotten (or not instituted right there on the spot)? What if Vin misses those kicks? What if Vanderjagt makes his? What if the officials didn't suck in a few of these SBs? What if Tyree doesn't make that helmet catch?
Manning above Brees (edit cause i'm retarded) is crazy talk. Brees has spares for receiving options outside of JIMMY (ok and Sproles).
Who holds the NFL record for most receptions their first two seasons in the league?
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Why he's forgotten as a top receiver around the league is beyond me. If he wasn't so prone to little nicks, he'd be a Pro-Bowler every year. He's as solid, consistent and as reliable as they come. Lance Moore isn't a pushover in this league, either.
Is it Colston or just Brees being awesome? Like what if Colston was a Cowboy? or worse...a Chief? I shouldn't call him a spare though, that was just hyperbole to fuck with Aid.
He's a solid option at WR.
That discussion a few in this thread were having about Boldin going up and making plays for his quarterback? That's Colston to a tee. I can't count how many times Colston has made tough catches in between 2 and 3 guys, making a grab with a guy hanging on him, or going up over the top and making a sick grab only to get upended. Brees puts the ball where only Colston can get it a lot of the time, but that doesn't take away the plays Colston makes to get them.
Check out this video. It's apparent within the first minute how nasty this guy is and he gets the Saints offense out of a lot of snags with catches that are just nasty.