Andrew Juge of the Saints Nation stops bye to discuss all the scenarios where the calendar turns to July, Drew Brees isn't signed, and we all look for tall bridges to leap off of. He also says compares a former Saints GM to midget porn! Plus the boys try to figure out if Grandmaster Wang is right about the local media (especially the Times Picayune) doing a crappy job covering the bounty scandal and the rest of the Saints off season from hell. Oh and they give a quick shout out to the Hornets for winning the lottery and on Andrew's twitter war with Sean Pamphilon.
Archive for May 2012
Since the Saints decided not lead ESPN Sports Center or the national evening news the boys go off topic this week. Kevin lays into Colin Cowherd over his stupidity about New Orleans being unsafe and unworthy of hosting the Super Bowl. Dave explains why the media might be turning against Roger Goodell. He also wonders if July 10 rolls around and Drew Brees is still unsigned will Canal Street Chronicles be able to handle it? Plus, Kevin finds the show some awesome New Orleans intro music and may or may not have murdered and buried a hooker during this podcast. To wrap things up Kevin and Ralph debate the Maxim Hot 100 list like it's a Constitutional Amendment.
In our previous episode Kevin Held laid out the NIGHTMARE SCENARIO for 2012. This week Andrew Juge of the Saints Nation stops by and lays out such beautiful dream scenario for 2012 Ralph says if it happens the Saints could never win again and he'd be fine with it.
Before they indulge in dreams of Roger Goodell handing the Saints another Lombardi trophy, they discuss Jonathan Vilma's lawsuit against Goodell and if it means the NFL might be forced to show the evidence it has against the Saints. Andrew also wonders who will win the competition at kicker between Garrett Hartley and John Kasey.Plus, where will Sean Payton's loss be felt the most?
Ralph gives Dave mega-props for getting a shout-out from profootballtalk.com and then the boys discuss Drew Brees calling out the Saints about his contract situation. Kevin lays out a scenario that can best be described as horrible, awful, and it will drive you to drink heavily. Why isn't this deal done and is it time to panic? After Dave exits to shoot pool Kevin and Ralph try to figure out the first moment where everyone will realize, "Oh #$%& Sean Payton is gone and we really need him to fix this." Kevin also explains why Morning Call is superior to Cafe Du Monde.
Dave explains why public opinion is slowly turning against Roger Goodell in the Jonathan Vilma case. Kevin thinks the likely hood of the NFL releasing evidence for the public to see is non existent. The boys also discuss the off season for the rest of the NFC South. Dave wonders if since Drew Brees is a free agent can he still talk to Sean Payton and Kevin says if he can then Drew should probably head to The House of Blues and wait for Payton to get off the stage. Ralph so badly wants the Saints to drive the national media insane by winning the Super Bowl in 2012 he's willing to suffer through five years of losing to get it. There is also a movie review of The Avengers and discussion of best super hero movie ever. HARD CORE FOOTBALL.
Is the end near for the offseason from hell? This week Dave returns to discuss the Jonathan Vilma and Will Smith suspensions. Kevin explains how the Saints might have caught a break by only having two players suspended. Since the Saints didn't have a 1st or 2nd round pick the guys try to figure out how to know whether the 2012 draft is a success. Kevin explains why the national media is lazy and why it's a bad thing for the Saints. Ralph tries to figure out how many games having Sean Payton on the sidelines is worth. And Dave tries to figure out the mood of Who Dat Nation now that all the bounty discipline has been handed out.