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Aaron Kromer: We’re ready to bust out

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It has not been an easy start for the Saints, but their interim head coach thinks things are about to get a lot better.

Aaron Kromer believes his team is on the verge of busting out after an 0-4 start that some have attributed to the hangover from the tumultuous offseason that left Kromer in charge of the team. If that was the case, Kromer thinks that it is all in the past.

“We’re so much better now than we were Week One and Two. We’re not the same team, and we’re getting to that point, we’re ready to bust out at any time now, and that’s exactly what I told the guys,” Kromer said on WWL in New Orleans, via SportsRadioInterviews.com “If they can’t sense it, then they’re blind — they’re not paying attention — because we’re a way different team, a way more intense, attacking football team than we were in Week One and Week Two. And we just need to convert that to a win.”

The Saints played their best offensive game of the year at Green Bay in Week Four, but it still wasn’t enough to get them a win. Until they get better work from the defense, there probably won’t be many more wins either. The unit looked like it was going to be a problem regardless of who was filling the head coaching role and that’s just what it has proven to be through the first four games.

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16 Responses to “Aaron Kromer: We’re ready to bust out”
  1. turk2875 says: Oct 3, 2012 1:49 PM

    Well then…

  2. sb44champs says: Oct 3, 2012 2:00 PM

    We went 13 & 3 with one of the worst defenses last year… I don’t think Kromer is that far off..

  3. droyer85 says: Oct 3, 2012 2:06 PM

    They will win on Sunday night. If the Saints played the rest of their games in primetime they’d probably go 10-6. That team never loses on primetime.

  4. Bob says: Oct 3, 2012 2:14 PM

    I’m a Saints fan, and I don’t even know where to begin analyzing this. Whose fault is it that they’re a “a way more intense, attacking football team than we were in Week One and Week Two?” What a dumb, self-indictment from a third-string head coach whose regular unit (offensive line) has been one of the culprits, at least through the first three games. I’d be happy if Kromer quit giving interviews and kept his yap shut.

  5. larryjames836 says: Oct 3, 2012 2:24 PM

    People’s think something is wrong with the Saints there nothing wrong with the Saints. Media talking and don’t have know ideal of how the Saints are feeling they are the only team in NFL history that played without their head coach. The New Orleans Saints knows that most of the teams are glad the Saints are 0-4 hoping they can get a super bowl run. Don’t get to happy because the Saints is a team that can come back and take it all so don’t you 31 teams laugh to fast because you might go under.

  6. Getoffmylawn! says: Oct 3, 2012 2:31 PM

    I hope they Geaux 0-16. They deserve it.

  7. selmonfan63 says: Oct 3, 2012 2:40 PM

    Well, the bust part is right.

  8. schmitty2 says: Oct 3, 2012 2:57 PM

    droyer85 says:Oct 3, 2012 2:06 PM

    They will win on Sunday night. If the Saints played the rest of their games in primetime they’d probably go 10-6. That team never loses on primetime.

    10-6 the rest of the way if they played on primetime would mean they would have to play 20 games seeing as they are 0-4 so thats not likely.

  9. rpiotr01 says: Oct 3, 2012 3:06 PM

    They may be ready to win some games, but their margin of error to make the playoffs is as thin as a knife edge.

    Falcons have nearly locked up the South. The North, East and West are all so competitive, both wild card teams will likely come from two of those three divisions.

    I really don’t see how the Saints make the playoffs unless they win out.

  10. norseyapper says: Oct 3, 2012 3:26 PM

    Right now you’d have to say they’ll be signifcant under dogs in 8 of the remaining 12 games. If they make the playoffs they will have earned it. But with that defense???

  11. NakedCowboy! says: Oct 3, 2012 3:39 PM

    did they just find the easy button? sorry to rain on saints parade… but a you are 0-4 for a reason… and cant say i am too upset about it…

  12. droyer85 says: Oct 3, 2012 4:04 PM

    schmitty2 says:
    Oct 3, 2012 2:57 PM
    droyer85 says:Oct 3, 2012 2:06 PM

    They will win on Sunday night. If the Saints played the rest of their games in primetime they’d probably go 10-6. That team never loses on primetime.

    10-6 the rest of the way if they played on primetime would mean they would have to play 20 games seeing as they are 0-4 so thats not likely.

    Actually it means they’d have to play 12 more games and go 10-2 in those games. I just looked at their schedule and there happens to be 12 left… not sure where you’re getting 20 from.

  13. hor2012 says: Oct 3, 2012 4:14 PM

    I think he’s right. But, I believe that the playoffs are out of reach already for this year. And, if that’s going to be the case I hope that they don’t do well this year. I know it sound funny but keep in mind rather we finish 6 and 10 then 10 and 6. Missing the playoffs is missing the playoffs. At lest if were home we can have a higher draft pick. I have a defensive end from South Carolina in mind

  14. dirtyvu says: Oct 3, 2012 5:06 PM

    I guess without a bounty incentive, the D doesn’t want to play hard…

  15. Legion Of Boom says: Oct 3, 2012 7:00 PM

    PFT is not amused…

  16. jessethegreat says: Oct 3, 2012 11:44 PM

    The refs Sven tried to hand this past game to them and they couldn’t even capitalize on it. Saints might play good football but they earned their cheaters curse just like the patriots. Not one Lombardi will be won for decades after they were outed for cheating. I hope the saints go longer than the cubs!

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