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Pre-game Interview: Revenge of the Birds

One of the great things about being part of SB Nation is the whole community of blogs thing we got goin' on here. In what should be a weekly event, I will ask questions of the upcoming Saints opponent's respective SB Nation blogger. Knowing what's going on in our enemies mind will give us a deeper understanding  of what we are about to witness and enhance our overall enjoyment of the game. All SB Nation bloggers are experts on their teams, so they will be able to tell us exactly what we need to know and what to be watching for. This week we have cgolden of Revenge of the Birds fame. Here is what he had to say about the Cardinals and the game tonight. Don't forget to check out Revenge of the Birds to read my answers to his questions and let me know if you think I got it right.

CSC: What are the important acquisitions the Cardinals have made this offseason?

ROTB: The biggest additions are on the defensive side of the ball where the Cardinals tried to upgrade the depth of the front seven. Travis Laboy should make a push for a starting job but he'll see his share of snaps regardless. I'd look for the Cards to utilize his skills in passing situations early and often. The other notable signings include veterans Clark Haggans, Bryan Robinson and Brian St. Pierre, all of which should see playing time during the preseason.

CSC: What are some of the key losses for the team? 

ROTB: The only notable losses were Calvin Pace, who broke the bank with the Jets, and Bryant Johnson, who signed with the Niners. Pace had a breakout season in 2007 after an injury to Chike Okeafor allowed Pace to start, but Okeafor is back now and frankly he's a better player. The Cardinals aren't quite sure who will replace Johnson as the #3 receiver but they've got two strong candidates in second year speedster, Steve Breaston and third round pick Early Doucet.

CSC: What are the key positional battles Cardinal fans will be watching during this game that Saints fans might want to check on?

ROTB: The obvious answer to this question would the QB 'battle,' but it's not really a battle. The job is Matt Leinart's to lose and it would be a shock to see him not starting on day one. The rest of the starting lineups are pretty much set although there could be a battle between Bertrand Berry and Travis LaBoy at outside linebacker, but regardless of who wins the starting job, both will get their fair share of snaps. The real battles are at the third wide receiver and backup running back.

CSC: Who were your draft picks and how are they looking?

ROTB: The Cardinals' spent four of their draft choices on the defensive side of the ball, including their first two selections, but the offensive rookies could end up making the biggest impact on this 2008 team. Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (1st round) and defensive end Calais Campbell (2nd round) will both see plenty of snaps in the preseason but neither are being counted on or expected to make a significant impact during their rookie seasons. Third round pick, Early Doucet is battling for the third wide receiver spot and could post decent numbers if he gets regular playing time out of the slot. He's constantly compared to Anquan Boldin, which is an indication of how much the coaching staff likes the kid. Last but certainly not least, the most popular rookie this season has been fifth round pick, Tim Hightower. An unheralded running back from Richmond has been the talk of Arizona since he was drafted. The coaching staff compared him to Marion Barber on draft day and the high praises haven't stopped since. He's been running with the second string and could finally be a legitimate backup for Edge.

CSC: Which player are Cardinal fans most excited about this season? 

ROTB: That's a pretty tough question and frankly, I'm not sure that I can narrow it down to one guy. I will say though that the new depth on defense is starting to create a buzz. The defense really feel off the table last year when several starters finished the season on injured reserve, but everyone is healthy and there seems to be quality depth at every position. Optimism is always rampant during training camp and preseason but talk of a top 10 defense is pretty rare in Arizona.

CSC: How much do you expect the starters to play this game?

ROTB: I'd be surprised to see many starters play more than two series, especially considering that most of the starting positions are set. Most of the starters are established veterans and after losing a couple of guys in the preseason last year, I'd bet that the coaching staff is pretty conservative with their playing time.

CSC: What are fan expectations of the team this year?

ROTB: The team and fans alike seem to have one goal, playoffs. Anything short of a post season game would look like a failure. That's a tall order for a team that hasn't had a winning season since 1998, but that's the nature of the beast.

CSC: Is there any talk among Cardinal fans about how well they think the Saints will do? 

ROTB: To be honest the Saints have been 'off the radar' for most Cardinal fans mainly because they aren't on the regular season schedule. I actually think (and this is purely my opinion so take it with a grain of salt) the Saints and Cardinals are pretty similar teams heading into 2008. Both should sport dynamic offenses led by the passing game and both bolstered their porous defenses through the draft and free agency. In the end both teams will score plenty of points but will only go as far as the defense will take them.

CSC: Who won't be playing tonight?

ROTB: As of now, the only starter who is being ruled out is Boldin. Early Doucet isn't going to play either.

CSC: Wanna make a prediction on the outcome of the game?

ROTB: I'm pretty torn on the outcome of the game, mainly because no one really knows how the Cardinals third string compares to the Saints' third string. If I've got to put something on paper though, I'd say that for the Cardinals to prevail they'll have to jump out to an early lead and rely on the defense to hold on in the second half. The offensive line has already lost two guys to injuries and there wasn't much depth to begin with.

Isn't this exciting? Are you guys just staring at your clock waiting until kickoff? The next post will be our open thread. So when you sit back and watch the game at 7pm Central, be sure to be by your computer and signed on here to chat with me and everyone else about the game. Live! This will be my first open thread on CSC so help make it a good one. It will be cool. I promise. Who knows, maybe Stujo4, asaint and Beamer will go at it?! (I'm kidding. It's over.)

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Saints Training Camp Day 12

The Times-Pic guys discussing Day 12 practice.

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"It's football," David said. "The more you play this game the more things you understand. You are not going to always have the best season or the best game you want. So it's all about bouncing back and how you come back from situations like that.

"Each player out here feels like they have something to prove, everybody from the second-team kicker to the long snapper. Everybody wants to do their job as best as they can and prove to people that they are a good player."

"Unless you are Will Smith or Charles Grant or Drew Brees you really don't have too much (job) security," he said. "In any position in the NFL and at any training camp it's going to be competition. Last year I really didn't have any security. I actually battled for my job. And it's the same thing this year. Ever since I've been in the NFL I've had to compete for my position, and that's something I'm used to. It's normal. It's nothing new to me. I just have to keep playing football."

Jason David

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I love're only a day a-way.

(Breathes deeply and exhales. s*** eating grin on face.)

Just thought I would open with that. See a video of me performing it.

I am going to spare you from the generic "tomorrow is the first chance we get to see the results of all these offseason moves" rhetoric. That's for tomorrow.

Today I thought we would do something fun. And what can be more fun than making predictions, arguing nonsensically about them and vowing to kill each other. Nothing, I know, thats what I said too!

It's simple, here's how it's gonna work. All you do is make any random prediction about the game. Anything. It can be heads or tails on the coin toss (though that is stupid and I will make sure you are made fun of), a final score prediction, a certain stat or performance prediction or even an injury prediction. Nothing ridiculously obvious like "Drew will throw 10 passes" (again, expect ridicule). The funnier or more outrageous yet actually plausible, the better. Here are some examples:

  • Deuce will re-injure his knee and his season will be over.
  • After giving up yet another huge pass play, coach Payton will ream Jason David on the sideline so hard he won't be able to walk straight.
  • The Cardinals will score 3 touchdowns and 2 field goals.
  • Mehlhaff will make his kicks, Gramatica will not.

Then we can look back after the game and see who who was close and who was seriously toasted on ganja while making their guess. If we get a good response, we can make this a weekly thing with every game and even keep tally of correct predictions throughout the season.

So here is mine: Pierre Thomas gets two touchdowns but also fumbles once.

You're  up!

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Saints Training Camp Update - Day 13

Well, the morning practice is over, the plane has arrived and the team is ready to head off to Phoenix for its first showdown of the year and I couldn't be more excited. Before we get ahead of ourselves, let's check out how this mornings practice went. Not really much to report really, except Reggie's new haircut. More info as it comes out.

Must Reads

Fox 40's offensive notes.

Fox 40's defensive notes.

Times-Pic's notes from the morning.

Here is a good report from Sports Illustrated about Saints training camp. I recommend actually reading this one.

I have refrained from talking about the whole Brett Favre fiasco as much as possible, however the latest reports from this morning seem to indicate that he most definitely will be traded and it's looking more and more like the Bucs might snatch him up. If this is the case, then this whole issue would hit a little closer to home and would certainly affect the Saints since we might be facing him week one. That would just be plain weird!

I did find this quote that I thought was hilarious. Here is what one kid said to Aaron Rodgers during practice.

“We don’t love you,” the kid said. “You suck.”

Nice parenting job there.


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Saints News: 8.06.08

One more practice this morning then its off to Arizona. Here are a couple of links to get your through the morning before I so kindly hook you up with a practice update later today.

Payton tells us his plans for the game tomorrow in regards to his starters.

"We typically try to break it into three phases," Payton said. "This first game usually involves somewhere around a quarter. It's easier to say plays than quarters, because the offense might have 21 plays in the first quarter, or the defense might have a certain amount of plays in the first quarter, so more importantly how much time are they getting, how many snaps are they getting." - Times- Pic

I love these Sports Talk audio clips. Here are Jon Stinchomb and Jahri Evans, respectively.

 SportsTalk - Jon Stinchcomb
 SportsTalk - Jahri Evans has five things they have been keeping their eye on during training camp and we should look for during the game tomorrow.

Scouts, Inc. has broken down all 32 offensive lines and ranked them. The Saints got a pretty decent ranking, coming in at the number nine spot.

The Saints allowed a measly 16 sacks last year despite Drew Brees' 652 pass attempts. Brees, who is exceptional at feeling the rush and getting the ball out quickly, deserves some of the credit, but obviously, his protection was exceptional as well. However, the Saints didn't do nearly as good a job opening holes for the running backs, who averaged just 3.7 yards per rush. This stark contrast obviously puts a ton of pressure on Brees and the Saints' passing game, but that group has stepped up quite well. Still, to be an elite offense, New Orleans is going to have to run the ball with more consistency. Jammal Brown is one of the top left tackles in the league, but the Saints lost Jeff Faine to division rival Tampa Bay. Jonathan Goodwin, who is bigger and more powerful at the point of attack, will take over at center, but overall, this is a downgrade, and Faine's nasty edge and leadership will be missed. Keep an eye on underrated RG Jahri Evans. He has a chance to develop into one of the best guards in the game today.

Another article about Meachem. This one is from The Advocate.

“This is a very exciting moment for me,” he said. “This game is going to be very important because I want to make plays and show the coaches that this is what they drafted as the No. 1 pick last year.”

The article also reminds us about the love affair that has blossomed between Meachem and Patten.

Getting to know you article from the Sun Herald on Scott Shanle.

"The way '06 went, we kind of caught lightning in a bottle and everything we did went right," Shanle said. "I think going into '07 we took that for granted and that things were going to go the same way.

"After one year, we should be better in '07 and thing didn't happen that way. So I think this year, we're going to learn a lesson from 2007, which wasn't fun at the time, but if I can learn a lesson from it, it'll help this year."

"My first year coming here and getting thrown into things, thrown into the fire, it was just a kind of thing that I was playing about 100 miles an hour and I knew I was going to make mistakes," Shanle said. "I really made more plays doing it that way.

"Last year, I understood the system better, but I think I got to the point where I was overthinking and trying not to make any mistakes. It led to not making as many plays."

"I knew even when Dan was on the roster, there were still things I knew I had to improve - open-field tackling, being more physical in the running game and just getting back to the things I did well in '06," Shanle said. "I knew if I did those things that I'd be confident that I'd be the starter and have a chance to prove that on the field."

Reggie Bush's third cousin has high aspirations.

Question of the Day: Where are you watching the game from tomorrow night?

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"If anybody on the Jets ever saw me take a day off, they were like, 'Uh-oh, what's wrong?' They knew that's not my style," Vilma said. "The guys here don't know that. Hopefully, they'll get to know that."

Jonathan Vilma
The Sporting News

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Saints Training Camp Update - Day 12

Only one practice today for the Black and Gold before preparations begin for the first preseason game of the year against Arizona. Here is all you need to know from the practice session and other Saints happenings from the day. I will update as more info is released.

Must Reads

Fox 40's offensive practice notes.

Fox 40's defensive practice notes.

The Times-Pic's notes from practice.

Notes from today's practice from the New Orleans Saints official website.

Trancsript of Q & A with Antwan Lake

Trancsript of Q & A with Kevin Kaesviharn

More roster moves today from the Saints. They have signed defensive end Jeremy Geathers and waived defensive tackle Tim McGill. Man, that was quick! McGill got two practices to prove himself. Life in the NFL is not as easy and glamorous as many people think.

Check out Scott Cody from WWL talk about Meachem's rough day today in this video.

More audio clips for you guys from WWL. The first is with Mitch Light from Atlhon Sports. The second is Doug Moreau, LSU football color analyst. Pierre Thomas brings up the rear.


 SportsTalk - MITCH LIGHT
 SportsTalk - Doug Moreau
 SportsTalk - Pierre Thomas

And as if that wasn't enough coverage for you from WWL, check out this article about the teams 2008 expectations.

The NFL released its fan code of conduct for all stadiums for all 32 teams today. You can find the press release at the New Orleans Saints official website. Here is what the policy states.


“The National Football League and its teams are committed to creating a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable experience for all fans, both in the stadium and in the parking lot. We want all fans attending our games to enjoy the experience in a responsible fashion. When attending a game, you are required to refrain from the following behaviors:

· Behavior that is unruly, disruptive, or illegal in nature

· Intoxication or other signs of alcohol impairment that results in irresponsible behavior

· Foul or abusive language or obscene gestures

· Interference with the progress of the game (including throwing objects onto the field)

· Failing to follow instructions of stadium personnel

· Verbal or physical harassment of opposing team fans

“Event patrons are responsible for their conduct as well as the conduct of their guests and/or persons occupying their seats. Stadium staff will promptly intervene to support an environment where event patrons, their guests, and other fans can enjoy the event free from the above behavior. Event patrons and guests who violate these provisions will be subject to ejection without refund and loss of ticket privileges for future games.”

Awww, they are taking all the fun out of it!

ESPN is taking on vote on the greatest Saints player of all-time. Cast your vote now!

The Sporting News has random notes from each of the 32 teams training camp. Here is what they had on the Saints.

Carl Nicks is lining up at both left guard and left tackle but has stood out at tackle. He has held his own against pass rushers Bobby McCray and Will Smith. Nicks could challenge Jamar Nesbit for the starting left guard job, but chances are he'll enter this season as a backup.

I am still laughing my butt off from asaint's story about his Cox Cable experience in Stujo4's FanPost. Genius...pure genius.

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We have very talented young guys that are going to "tear it up" on Thursday night on ESPN. Just watch them explode.

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"Soup of the Day"

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2008 Training Camp Review - Day 11

Notes from Day 11:

  • Gasp! Drew threw a couple of interceptions this morning. Randall "Blue" Gay and Scott Fujita were the culprits.
  • The defense out performed the offense for most of the day, particularly the front seven in the morning
  • Meachem and Arrington attempted returning kicks. It wasn't too pretty.
  • Billy Miller looked pretty good this morning.
  • Sedrick Ellis finally got some reps with the first team.
  • Colston was limping today and his knee was wrapped. I am still worried about this one and I doubt Colston will play on Thursday, though Payton says if it was a real game he could go.
  • Meachem made an awesome one handed catch.
  • Marvin Mitchell deflected a Brees pass.
  • Deuce participated in both sessions yesterday!
  • Will Smith looked good and had what would have been two sacks.
  • McKenzie also looked solid, knocking two passes away.
  • Arrington made a nice, outstretched catch over Jason David. Ugh.
  • Drew usually picks the movies for the teams charter flights. He loves "Caddyshack" while Payton likes "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
  • The interception by "Blue" was the play of the day. Credit also goes to McCray who was applying pressure.

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offense # Pos.
Andy Alleman 65 G
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