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Saints-Buccaneers one-liners

The Saints’ 31-6 victory over the Bucs is being described as Chris Ivory’s coming-out party.

Saints S Malcolm Jenkins on the skirmish that broke out in the fourth quarter: “They said I punched somebody. . . . I just know I got rushed by about seven people and pushed somebody off me, and they threw another flag on me. So I don’t know. . . . I’ve never seen anybody get a 30-yard penalty.”

Saints K Garrett Hartley made his first field goal since his two-week demotion when he hit a 27-yarder in the second quarter, but he also missed a 33-yarder in the third quarter.

Saints CB Jabari Greer exited with a left shoulder injury in the third quarter, but it didn’t appear too serious.

Some in New Orleans watched the game and thought the Saints showed off their 2009 form.

Said Bucs rookie DT Gerald McCoy, “I am so worried about playing the thing the right way instead of just making the play, it’s slowing me down. I’ve just got to get out of it.”

Bucs QB Josh Freeman had a game to forget.

Said Bucs coach Raheem Morris, “Today they exposed us running the football on us. . . . That is one of those things you deal with and you get better and better as you go.”

Bucs RB Cadillac Williams says the team’s running game is invisible.

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10 Responses to “Saints-Buccaneers one-liners”
  1. Rip says: Oct 18, 2010 10:18 AM

    It looked as if Freeman hit him in the helmet and Jenkins retaliated. It was clear that he had committed himself before Freeman went out of bounds, so while I agree with the call by the refs, I don’t think it was intentional.

  2. Saintsarebest says: Oct 18, 2010 10:29 AM

    when our new runing back breaks into the opan field we call that the ivory coast! another team dismantled by the saints. freeman meet jenkins you have just been owned who dat!

  3. cailte says: Oct 18, 2010 10:37 AM

    If, as Cadillac says, the running game is invisible, what do you call the Raheem defense, the offense, the team and the ownership? Huh? What do you call them?

  4. brasho says: Oct 18, 2010 11:00 AM

    Saintsarebest says:
    October 18, 2010 10:29 AM
    when our new runing back breaks into the opan field we call that the ivory coast! another team dismantled by the saints. freeman meet jenkins you have just been owned who dat
    +++++++++++++++
    The Bucs’ DL and running game are freaking terrible. Freeman vs Jenkins, however, would be a blow out win for Freeman. He’s a lot better player and would squish Jenkins in 10 seconds flat.
    Who dat? Dat’s the sound of a Super Bowl hangover. You guys aren’t repeating, you might not even win the NFC South.

  5. rocknrollsinger says: Oct 18, 2010 11:56 AM

    Freeman had a game to forget because he was the only bright spot on the team and can’t do everything. He did overthrow some receivers, but he played well considering he was blitzed often (again), and the running game did him ZERO FAVORS. Kareem Huggins represents the best chance for a turnaround, but he went out with an injury after very limited play.
    As for the Malcolm Jenkins it, it was cheap. It was a helmet to the knees of Freeman who was clearly running out of bounds. Freeman showed a lot of toughness going right for Jenkins, and this Bucs team NEEDS to get behind Freeman and become a physical team. The Saints paltry run game DESTROYED the Bucs D Line. It was a devastating development.

  6. SFiDC says: Oct 18, 2010 12:23 PM

    Have to disagree with those that say the M. Jenkins hit was a cheap shot. With the scrambling ability that Josh Freeman has, it was no gimme that he was going to step out of bounds. He could have just as easily tried to stop on a dime and cut back up the field. Jenkins had already committed to the tackle BEFORE Freeman stepped out of bounds.

  7. bucx01 says: Oct 18, 2010 12:24 PM

    when our new runing back breaks into the opan field we call that the ivory coast! another team dismantled by the saints. freeman meet jenkins you have just been owned who dat!
    ————————————————-
    Can you name the other team you dismantled this year? maybe you are referring to your 2 point win VS 0-5 Carolina at home. Or the 3 point win vs 1-5 49ners!
    You just beat a team that had 11 players play with one year or less in the NFL. If you need to pound your chest after looking like $h!t the last 3 games go ahead… You are now 1-1 in your last two games vs the Buccaneers…Congrats.
    I guess after winning 1 playoff game in 40 years, you must have a lot of pent up frustration.

  8. TampaBoy2002 says: Oct 18, 2010 1:15 PM

    Cadillac’s classic cut back seems to be the most invisable thing. He just runs into the line and falls down. No burst… no broken tackles and no quick cuts.

  9. Vee says: Oct 18, 2010 1:36 PM

    bucx01 says:
    I guess after winning 1 playoff game in 40 years, you must have a lot of pent up frustration.
    ================================
    Actually, bucx, you probably ought to get your facts straight before embarassing yourself by spewing incorrect information.
    The Saints won playoff games early in this decade when Jim Haslett was head coach, then went to the NFC championship game in ’06 (that’d make 1/2 of the NFC ‘ship games in the last 4 yrs). Then the Saints won 3 more playoff games last year alone, enroute to winning the Superbowl.
    I’m afraid that’s a whole lot more winning over the last decade than the team in Tampa Bay – especially since Brees and Payton teamed up 4 years ago. But if you actually followed real American football, you probably would’ve known that, and been able to accurately state facts.

  10. Saints-America'sTeam says: Oct 19, 2010 6:53 PM

    This is for you Saints haters out there. By the way, I think that’s like being tree-haters, horse-haters, or ocean-haters…just stupid. How can you HATE a talented sports team that AS A TEAM spends most of its off-time trying to rebuild a city? You can hope and strive to beat them, but hate them? That just shows your stupidity.
    The Saints are about to get their injured talent back. Darren Sharper, Reggie Bush, Tracy Porter, Pierre Thomas, Clint Ingrim, the Saints have very deep talent at a lot of positions. The rest of the season is quite do-able for them.
    Hate them if you must, but they ARE contenders and they are ranked number 1 in the NFC…WHILE THEY STRUGGLE. Just wait until they make their run to another SB!

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