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Fujita won't play for Saints today

Linebacker Scott Fujita will not play for the Saints today against the Redskins at FedEx Field. Fujita, who has a knee injury, was downgraded from probable to out, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Fox Sports is reporting that he has developed a staph infection.


The Saints had previously said that cornerbacks Jabari Greer (groin) and Randall Gay (hamstring) and linebacker Marvin Mitchell (hamstring) would not play today for defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. Greer and Gay did not play Monday against New England.

The view from New Orleans

Did someone say "trap game?" The Saints aren't buying it, Mike Triplett writes in the Times-Picayune. ... Reggie Bush has not played often -- or particularly well -- this season, but he said he does expect to play today, Jeff Duncan writes.

By Cindy Boren  |  December 6, 2009; 9:00 AM ET
 
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"With their first pick, the Washington Redskins select Ndamukong Suh, DT Nebraska... Get your popcorn ready"

Posted by: TWISI | December 6, 2009 9:09 AM |

Take your popcorn out of the microwave. We've already won too many games. Guy won't last past the first pick.

Posted by: League-Source | December 6, 2009 9:17 AM | Report abuse

Did someone say "trap game?" The Saints aren't buying it, Mike Triplett writes in the Times-Picayune.

By Cindy Boren | December 6, 2009; 9:00 AM ET

Woo-hoo, we got 'em on the ropes!

That's what makes it a trap game, doofus: You deny that it's a trap game. If you admit it's a trap game and play like it's a trap game, then it won't be a trap game.

Posted by: League-Source | December 6, 2009 9:19 AM | Report abuse

Redskin Fan pulling for the Saints to win and go undefeated and win the SB.

Course now if they meet the Colts in the SB, that could complicate things.

LarryInClintonMD.

Posted by: LarryInClintonMD | December 6, 2009 9:29 AM | Report abuse

Twisi

"With their first pick, the Washington Redskins select Ndamukong Suh, DT Nebraska... Get your popcorn ready"


I like that guy, too.

I wouldn't be too upset if he was a redskin either.

But we need need to start collecting some elite offensive players: either a tackle or speed back.

Or both.

Let's burn the 1st rounder from '11 and get another second rounder this year.

That's three picks in rounds 1 and 2.

I like that idea more than Suh.

Posted by: MistaMoe | December 6, 2009 9:36 AM | Report abuse

"Reggie Bush has not played often -- or particularly well -- this season, but he said he does expect to play today.."


Will Bush wind up on the free agent scrap heap this offseason?

(Sure)

Would he satisfy the desires of skins' fans who want a dynamic offensive player?

(Reggie Bush and the term 'dynamic offensive player' aren't google search matches, so no)

I'll take CJ Spiller, thank you.

Posted by: MistaMoe | December 6, 2009 9:44 AM | Report abuse

i think with the redskins first pick it will be spiller the mans a game breaker (afte we trade our top 5 pick and get anothe 2nd out of it) we could use him on kickoffs and third downs until portis is outta here, the they will pick up best tackle available in 2nd since theres only one tackle worth a top 20 pick and get a guard with the other 2nd we pic up in a trade, grab a cople oline in FA and workwith it and see what we got, then in the fouth we could pick up a CB, that would be a good offseason what do ya think

Posted by: jtbowhunter | December 6, 2009 9:49 AM | Report abuse

jtbowhunter if Suh, McCoy, Okung are on the board when the skins pick, I think they have to stand pat. Maybe pick up an extra 2nd like Moe says and draft a speed back later in the draft.

Posted by: TWISI | December 6, 2009 10:03 AM | Report abuse

How many times can the Wash Post rehash the story about play calling. Reporting is as lame and boring as this team.

Posted by: ToddStinkston | December 6, 2009 10:16 AM | Report abuse

How many times can the Wash Post rehash the story about play calling. Reporting is as lame and boring as this team.

Posted by: ToddStinkston | December 6, 2009 10:16 AM

...but still more engaging than your posts.

Posted by: League-Source | December 6, 2009 10:29 AM | Report abuse

Skins game is on in my area! Get to watch Brees try to handle Washington's 2nd ranked pass D.

And with the Saints having injury issues in their secondary, look for the Skins to go long all day long!

Skins win going away!

Book it! (stolen from 4th floor)

Posted by: Curzon417 | December 6, 2009 10:48 AM | Report abuse

I am 100% certain that league source/talent evaluator is as big a d-bag ass hat in real life as every one of your posts makes you to be. Enjoy your Sunday loser.

Posted by: ToddStinkston | December 6, 2009 10:50 AM | Report abuse

How many times can the Wash Post rehash the story about play calling.

If we were to win 45-21, I'd be willing to bet that would shut them up.

[Theismann called] the team's play-calling system "Horrific! Terrible! Stupid! Dumb!" and also "the most absurd, ridiculous thing I've ever seen."

Even if it is 25% more effective, against stronger opponents, with a decimated o-line that wasn't particularly high-quality to begin with.
I actually like Theismann's analyses in general, but this one -- and the "Payton Manning wouldn't do even as well as JC with this line" are pretty hard to swallow. The Pentumvirate isn't going to be the model for offensive playcalling in the future, but it seems clear that it was better than doing the same old thing "but with better execution". 'Cause I'm all in favor of execution...

Posted by: daggar | December 6, 2009 11:04 AM | Report abuse

beep beep for in-actives.

Posted by: Curzon417 | December 6, 2009 11:51 AM | Report abuse

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