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This doesn’t say much for the Saints players and the coaches who have taken over during the Bounty Scandal.

The Saints could be 5-0, 0-5, 2-3, 3-2 and etc. No one knows, the Saints need to get over it and just play.

“If you have none of this bountygate in the offseason. If there’s no problems. Through five games, instead of 1-4, what’s your best guess as to what your record would be?” Erik Kuselias asked safety Roman Harper during Friday’s Pro Football Talk.

Said Harper, “5-0.”

“You’d be 5-0,” Kuselias said. “So this has cost you four games?”

“Hey, it is what it is,” Harper said.




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