Reviewing the 49ers, Previewing the Falcons: Saints Podcast

Chris Graythen

Would Ralph do something truly awful if it meant the Saints would beat Atlanta this week? Want to join the fun or ask the guys a question, email them at cscpodcast@hotmail.com.

Andrew Juge of The Saints Nation makes his weekly visit to break down the film from the loss to the 49ers. Ralph thinks the Saints might be closer to the playoffs even after the loss.

Andrew explains why the Saints had played their best half of football before Drew Brees' first interception. He also thinks it's time to reevaluate how good Cam Jordan can be.

Andrew gives a completely rational and simple reason why Pierre Thomas didn't play much at all. Ralph tries to figure out how the Saints can remain explosive on offense if they have to start their fourth string right tackle.

The boys preview the Atlanta game, debate if the Falcons are a fraud, and decide which defender needs to have a big game. And Andrew asks if Ralph is willing to do something truly awful if it meant the Saints would beat Atlanta three times this year.

Listen right now to track #1 below, get the feed right here and/or download it on iTunes right here.

Warning: explicit language and adult content.

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