Found November 01, 2011 on Chicks in the Huddle:
I’m still pissed about the Saints’ ridiculous loss to the Rams on Sunday…and not just the fact that they loss but how they loss. Therefore, I’ve resurrected the “Hit It and Quit It franchise for a very special, unladylike remix. And away we gooo… Quit It! So when Drew Brees gets sacked 6 six times, is it safe to say the offensive line would have done better to skip the game and just slip a couple of straight-edged razors into their QB’s pocket to ward off opponents? I mean, what the hell was that? Saints offensive linemen Carl Nicks had the nerve to go off on the line’s coach during the game in the wake of the dismal performance. If he really wanted to show his passion, he should have gone one step further and screamed at himself, then punched he and his fellow linemen in the face. Quit It…Again! Speaking of Drew Brees…I let you off the hook a lot, Breesy. You always get Nola Chick’s benefit of the doubt. But even if I were to forgive you for your costly interception that led...

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Connections! Quantum, Psychic or Other, these coincidences between the Bucs and Saints are REAL!

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The New Orleans Saints’ offensive line was a mess on Sunday in St. Louis, and not just between the white lines. In addition to nearly getting Drew Brees killed by the Rams’ pass rush, the Saints’ line was bickering on the sideline, including guard Carl Nicks getting into a screaming match with offensive line/running game…

Saints Nation: Offensive Player Grades @ Rams

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New Orleans Saints offensive line has a tough road ahead

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