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8 Responses to “Super Bowl Smack Board”

  1. […] something to say? Sound off on all things Saints and Colts on our Super Bowl smack board. Enjoyed this post? Subscribe to Saints Gab via RSS Feed or E-mail and receive daily news updates […]

  2. No denying a Black and Gold Superbowl! Saints beat the Colts!

  3. Super bowl says:

    Super bowl, Super bowl!
    You stolen ma soul!
    February were waiting,
    And now has come.
    And think of attending,
    Much games not some.
    Miami under lights
    Will offer more delights.
    I already got ma tix from Ticketwood.com and waiting impatiently for the games.

  4. toddtst says:

    new orleans needed the refs, a noisy stadium, a viking curse–and they still almost lost the game. saints have no shot in the super bowl against the colts. who dat nation will have to wait a little longer to celebrate. indy 35-nahleens 17. don’t bet the house, the farm, and don’t pour too much money in you SB party. if i were saint fans, i would quietly watch the game, and have plans after the game, like a movie, so not to imbib on too much of the blues.

  5. Mixlotman says:

    My 70 year-old dad, lifelong saints fan, wrote the following. Please post it on every board you can find.

    THE FEAST DAY OF THE SAINTS
    (Adapted by Richard Cusimano from King Henry V’s St. Crispin’s Day speech before the Battle of Agincourt, 1415, by Shakespeare; Richard Cusimano is Professor Emeritus of History, University of Louisiana at Lafayette.)

    (Drew Brees addresses the team in the locker room before they take the field.)

    As we are marked to fight, we are now
    To do our city proud, and when we win,
    We few men will have the greater share of honor.
    God’s will! We pray for no injuries this day.
    We are proud of all who wear our black and gold;
    We don’t care about the pain our efforts bring;
    Today we’ll honor ourselves and the colors we wear.
    For if it is wrong to covet honor,
    We are the most offending souls alive.
    By all the Saints! We will not lose such great honor.
    These men are the best hope we have, we need no more!
    We will shout it, men, over the field and stands
    That we have the stomach for this fight!
    We will take and give our blows in these men’s company.
    This day will be called the Feast Day of the Saints.
    We that fight this day and go bruised home,
    Will stand up proud when this day is named.
    We that fight this day and see old age,
    Will yearly on the eve give a feast for our neighbors,
    And say ‘Tomorrow is Saints’ Feast Day.’
    Then will we roll our sleeves and show our scars,
    And say ‘These wounds we had on Saints’ Day.’
    Old men forget and yet all may be forgot
    But we’ll remember to our advantage
    What feats we did this day; then shall our names,
    Familiar in people’s mouths as household words,
    Brees, Vilma, Shockey, and Fujita,
    Thomas ‘n Bush, Evans, Porter and Sharper
    Be in their flowing cups freshly remembered.
    These feats Saints fans will tell their children
    And the Feast Day of the Saints will never go by
    From this day to the ending of the world,
    But we in it shall be remembered;
    We few, we happy few, we band of brothers!
    For those today who take their blows for all
    Shall all be brothers and think it worth their while.
    All others in the NFL who today sit their couches
    Shall think themselves cursed they are not here,
    And hold their manhoods cheap while any speak
    That fought with us upon the Feast Day of the Saints.

  6. Chef Dat says:

    Lets get Bobby Hebert in a mini mouse dress cause the Saints are going to disney world!!! whoooo Daaaat

  7. David Bordelon says:

    Well, the NEW ORLEANS SAINTS are finally NFL champions. Congratulations!! As one of the local sports radio talking head said yesterday it was a great win for the CITY of NEW ORLEANS and the CITY rebounding to its greatness of 30 years of years ago.

    I am waiting for the CITY of NEW ORLEANS, the SAINTS and Tom Benson to thank the STATE of LOUISIANA for the 25 plus years of sports welfare to the tune of nearly one half BILLION. If the CITY was/is so great why didn’t it give the SAINTS and Benson the welfare that they/he requested? I would like to answer the question the CITY was/is broke from their corrupt government, dismal school system and outrageous crime rate. And the ONLY way NEW ORLEANS can keep the SAINTS is for the entire state to ensure Benson gets the profit he wants. I would love to have a business that the government guarantees me a profit at the taxpayer expense. I think I will petition the legislature and the governor for a deal. I really need millions and it would help me live up to the standard of living I want for me and my family.

    Now back to the GREAT corrupt CITY that truly should be called the SUPER BOWL that is below sea level, surrounded by water and have squandered the money given to it to protect it self from hurricanes and floods.

    Congratulations SAINTS and Benson, and you are WELCOME.

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