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Andrew Juge of the Saints Nation stops by to break down the disaster in Atlanta. He compares watching it to watching the Heath Shuler led Saints. He and Ralph discuss if the Saints would have been better off if they had played the good teams on their schedule early in the season and Andrew explains why the offensive line has struggled and what it might look like next year.
Ralph thinks the negotiations between Sean Payton and the Saints will involve playing the Atlanta game over and over again. The boys also start discussing the 2013 Draft because the playoffs aren't happening. They also pick the biggest surprise of the 2012 Saints season and the biggest disappointment. The answers might surprise you.
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