Morning Mayo: Who Dat till Drew back, then Who Dat some more…

Share on facebook
Share on twitter

It takes balls to stand tall in this situation…

We all gonna yap about it till the pudding is served on the table for every who dat nation member to eat or get out the kitchen. There is advantages and disadvantages to the situation going on in New Orleans. Both these men are pissing themselves over this unexpected, vacant throne that Drew Brees has chummed in for 13 years becoming temporarily vacant. Both are warriors, both have overcame career obstacles, but both could never expect a man who was out 1 game in 13 seasons for injury to be out during one of the most anticipated seasons in Saints history. It will take balls, it will take consistency, and confidence by both Teddy and Taysom.

But can’t you feel it already?

Doesn’t this just seem like something the Saints would take a damn fucking good shot at overcoming? Feels like New Orleans adversity in the air man. Feels like times we’ve felt before as loyal fans to this incredible, emotional, one of a kind treat we’ve been given with the Saints. It just feels right and the confidence gains with the minutes, hours, days that dwindle down till the Saints face the Seahawks. This is where we want to be as crazy as that sounds. This team needed to be tested and now the Saints Gods picked the ultimate test. Lead without your leader and put yourself in position for when he shakes back.

Things will just have to go our way..

Things will have to bounce our way. That means as of now we don’t know what we got at QB but we should be grateful that we got two guys that are actually worth a shit, hold the mayo. Think about how bad things could really be for the Saints. Think about how bad things were in the late 90’s for the Saints. Whether you remember or not, watching Kerry Collins and Billy Joe Tolliver play QB was like watching a black jack dealer take your chips in 10 fucking minutes. The most frustrating and personally I was like 7 years old getting drove about that QB play in the dome. Things could be way more tragic Who Dat Nation.

Taysom, Teddy, and the wiz Sean Payton…

Only upside with both Taysom and Teddy. Let’s just look at the facts real quick and get the hell outta here. Taysom Hill has pass for 64 yards of grass in his career thus far as a Saint. Teddy Bridgewater has started one game for the Who Dat’s and went 14-22 118 yards of grass, one zone invasion, and one throw to the opposing team. What else do we really have other than some preseason gumbo on Teddy or Taysom? Couple darts from Taysom last season? Teddy Bridgewater’s stats won’t make you get up and call ya buddy Lewis but the man is capable of keeping this shit afloat. Taysom could help do that but could also blow this shit up in my honest opinion. Either way we have to remember the most valuable piece to this entire organization. If both these guys were scrubs Sean Payton wouldn’t be Sean Payton. There has to be something special about Teddy Bridgewater for Sean Payton to be so avid about this man. I believe Teddy Bridgewater has talent in his arsenal that hasn’t been unleashed due to wrong time, bad time, and not enough time. I believe Taysom Hill will be used effectively and if Payton is wrong on both I do believe that it’s all a lie which it’s not so Who Dat till Drew back then Who Dat some more, htm.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter