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neer911
17.05.2013, 02:41 PM
Keeping in mind the Saints have one of the top 5 toughest schedules in the NFL this season, what do you guys think will be the Saints' regular season record?

For reference, here is the full schedule:
Week 1 vs. Altanta
Week 2 @ Tampa Bay
Week 3 vs. Arizona
Week 4 vs. Miami
Week 5 @ Chicago
Week 6 @ New England
Week 7 BYE
Week 8 vs. Buffalo
Week 9 @ NY Jets
Week 10 vs. Dallas
Week 11 vs. San Francisco
Week 12 @ Atlanta
Week 13 @ Seattle
Week 14 vs. Carolina
Week 15 @ St. Louis
Week 16 @ Carolina
Week 17 vs. Tampa Bay

neer911
17.05.2013, 02:44 PM
10-6 record and a division-leading entry into the wildcard round of the playoffs.
The 6 losses will come in weeks 2 (@ Tampa), 6 (@ New England), 11 (vs. San Fran), 12 (@ Atlanta), 13 (@ Seattle) and 16 (@ Carolina).

amarsh130782
11.06.2013, 08:49 PM
I've got a hunch for 12-4 this season if the big man can get our d playing some average stuff, could be 10-6 though. As long as we hammer atl first game out, that will keep me going for a while!!

johnharris19944
11.06.2013, 10:11 PM
generally agree here with 10-6 possibly 11-5 if you can get that D sorted out.

Danny Bear
12.06.2013, 06:33 AM
10-6 record and a division-leading entry into the wildcard round of the playoffs.
The 6 losses will come in weeks 2 (@ Tampa), 6 (@ New England), 11 (vs. San Fran), 12 (@ Atlanta), 13 (@ Seattle) and 16 (@ Carolina).

So road losses to Tampa and Carolina but a win at Soldier Field?

I know they are two divisional games for you but I feel Chicago are a much stronger home team than either of those two.

mattchew
12.06.2013, 04:34 PM
10-6 or 11-5 I reckon. If we start off well against the Falcons,we could
go on a run.
Knowing the Saints they beat the Pats but lose to the Bills!

neer911
15.06.2013, 11:00 AM
So road losses to Tampa and Carolina but a win at Soldier Field?

I know they are two divisional games for you but I feel Chicago are a much stronger home team than either of those two.

As long as Brees puts up decent numbers and keeps the interceptions to a nice big zero, they can win at Soldier Field.

I can't explain why I have losses to Carolina and Tampa but not Chicago, except that I have a feeling. And it's not a very compelling argument I guess :o

HSTDriver
28.06.2013, 08:43 AM
So road losses to Tampa and Carolina but a win at Soldier Field?

I know they are two divisional games for you but I feel Chicago are a much stronger home team than either of those two.

Divisional games are always going to be your toughest games of the year. I fear the games against NO and the Falcons more than our trip to NE this year.

WhoDatNation
02.07.2013, 08:51 PM
I'm gunna go for an 11 -5 record this season and a trip to the Superbowl . . . I've got £50 on it! #WhoDat

W
11.07.2013, 12:13 AM
10-6 for me

neer911
14.07.2013, 12:51 PM
I'm gunna go for an 11 -5 record this season and a trip to the Superbowl . . . I've got £50 on it! #WhoDat

Man I wish you win that bet! It'd make me a happy guy.

Packman12
14.07.2013, 05:48 PM
11-5 NFC South champions. 3rd seed in NFC. Out in divisional round

EevilWeevil77
28.07.2013, 06:17 PM
11-5....geaux saints

bryanod
29.07.2013, 10:28 AM
Since I'm going to Nola, keeping an eye on you, perhaps some bias coming in but I see 10-6, but tough centre part of the schedule means may need to win out, no easy feat.

DarrenSQh
01.08.2013, 09:39 AM
16-3

Who Dat!

Mrcheddar88
17.08.2013, 02:39 PM
11-5
Out in the Divisional Playoff