Saints’ 2012 “to-do” list

The schedule of team-by-team to-do lists called for the Saints get the to-do treatment on Monday’s PFT Live.

It’s a much different list on Monday than what we would have put together on Friday.

So here’s what the Saints now need to do in order to get ready for a 2012 season that suddenly has gotten a lot more challenging for the franchise that will host Super Bowl XLVII.

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7 responses to “Saints’ 2012 “to-do” list

  1. Move the Super Bowl right away. OK, don’t punish the town; I can’t even be that harsh.

    I say one of the many punishments administered by the NFL should require every fan at a chosen game, say 9ers at NO, to wear paper bags on their heads. Just like old times…

    The Saints are going to be remembered like the 1919 Chicago White Sox; this will never go away and it will be remembered that harshly for years, decades, perhaps centuries. Saints fans will never comment on these boards again or show their faces, unless they are behind paper…

  2. nineroutsider says:
    Mar 5, 2012 7:22 PM
    Saints fans will never comment on these boards again or show their faces, unless they are behind paper…
    Not true. We are still here. Saints got caught and will pay the price – not negotiable. Still love the team and while this year will be tough, we’ll get it going again.

    After all it only took us 3 years to forget about the 49ers tampering scandal. You bounced back from integrity issues – so will we.

  3. You obviously do not know your Saints History.

    The guys running the program right now saved the team and kept it in the city. They also filled the stand and made Mr. Benson a ton of money. Not from the NFL, but from the fans that are in N.O. on merchandise etc. Benson is a car salesman at heart. He doesn’t care about a liar. He cares about his wallet, and this crew of coaches and GM have made him more money than he ever dreamed when he bought the team.

    They are NOT getting fired.

  4. And they shouldn’t. Ultimately it comes down to players wanting to hurt players. Aren’t they in a “club”? Blaming someone in authority for not stopping you from doing something wrong is a pass. Thats whats wrong with this society. If players got on board with the program, who cares who started it. I didn’t see any coaches tripping anyone….

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