Originally posted by sacniner:
Bad part of NO losing, Seattle clinches home field. They will lay down against AZ at home just to try and f**k us. Anyone know the tiebreaker situation between us and AZ?

They don't clinch home field until they win the division, which they can't do until they win again or SF loses. Slim chance of Seattle going 0-2 the next couple weeks, but not impossible.

Originally posted by Jcool:
Yeah he is a good QB and he wins... I just brought up that no other QB would throw to the RB enough to get 111 yards and 3 TDs.

It's a fluke stat situation when 2 passes go for 50 yds each. If it was on 15 completions that would be a different story.

I would agree if Charles didn't already have 90 targets this season.

Bad part of NO losing, Seattle clinches home field. They will lay down against AZ at home just to try and f**k us. Anyone know the tiebreaker situation between us and AZ?

They don't clinch home field until they win the division, which they can't do until they win again or SF loses. Slim chance of Seattle going 0-2 the next couple weeks, but not impossible.

They got home field. And if NO does lose, AZ has a good shot against SEA next week. If we end up with same record as AZ, and split season series 1-1, what would be tiebreaker? Anyone know? I think divisional record, what is AZ's?

Originally posted by Jcool:
1-3 in last 4 games. And they are playing Oakland, not exactly the greatest of teams.

11-3 for the season, 30-8-1 since 2011. Last 4 games LMAO (with two of those losses being great games for the Smith led offense).

Yeah he is a good QB and he wins... I just brought up that no other QB would throw to the RB enough to get 111 yards and 3 TDs.

HUH?? Do you actually believe that any QB can - like a puppet master - control what their RB does once the ball is in their hands? Their RB has 6 receptions so far.

He has 90 targets this season which is #1 for RB. His previous high was 66 in 2010 (16 games). So while no Alex cant control what a RB does once he catches the ball, he does control where the ball is thrown.

Originally posted by sacniner:
Bad part of NO losing, Seattle clinches home field. They will lay down against AZ at home just to try and f**k us. Anyone know the tiebreaker situation between us and AZ?

They don't clinch home field until they win the division, which they can't do until they win again or SF loses. Slim chance of Seattle going 0-2 the next couple weeks, but not impossible.

They got home field. And if NO does lose, AZ has a good shot against SEA next week. If we end up with same record as AZ, and split season series 1-1, what would be tiebreaker? Anyone know? I think divisional record, what is AZ's?

how would they clinch home field?

they could lose both somehow and we'd win division if we won out

we have a better division record than arizona, so we'd own tie breaker if we lost

Originally posted by Jcool:
1-3 in last 4 games. And they are playing Oakland, not exactly the greatest of teams.

11-3 for the season, 30-8-1 since 2011. Last 4 games LMAO (with two of those losses being great games for the Smith led offense).

Yeah he is a good QB and he wins... I just brought up that no other QB would throw to the RB enough to get 111 yards and 3 TDs.

HUH?? Do you actually believe that any QB can - like a puppet master - control what their RB does once the ball is in their hands? Their RB has 6 receptions so far.

He has 90 targets this season which is #1 for RB. His previous high was 66 in 2010 (16 games). So while no Alex cant control what a RB does once he catches the ball, he does control where the ball is thrown.

Montana totally played like a p***y throwing it to Craig so much in 1985, too

Originally posted by sacniner:
Thanks man... If we win next week, game in AZ don't mean s**t... Also, if we end up with same record as Chickens, they have tiebreaker on us

If SF goes 2-0 and Seattle 0-2 that means SF wins tie breaker by virtue of division record.

In short - if Saints lose today only SEA or SF can get home field. One will be #1, and the other will be a wild card.

Originally posted by sacniner:
Thanks man... If we win next week, game in AZ don't mean s**t... Also, if we end up with same record as Chickens, they have tiebreaker on us

If SF goes 2-0 and Seattle 0-2 that means SF wins tie breaker by virtue of division record.

In short - if Saints lose today only SEA or SF can get home field. One will be #1, and the other will be a wild card.

So you're saying we're going to get home-field. I agree

1-3 in last 4 games. And they are playing Oakland, not exactly the greatest of teams.

11-3 for the season, 30-8-1 since 2011. Last 4 games LMAO (with two of those losses being great games for the Smith led offense).

Yeah he is a good QB and he wins... I just brought up that no other QB would throw to the RB enough to get 111 yards and 3 TDs.

HUH?? Do you actually believe that any QB can - like a puppet master - control what their RB does once the ball is in their hands? Their RB has 6 receptions so far.

He has 90 targets this season which is #1 for RB. His previous high was 66 in 2010 (16 games). So while no Alex cant control what a RB does once he catches the ball, he does control where the ball is thrown.

True. And it is working. And their new coach may be a part of that change.