Saints Show Grit in Dallas: Saints Podcast

Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sport

Want to join the fun or ask the guys a question, email them at cscpodcast@hotmail.com

Andrew Juge of The Saints Nation stops by for a holiday recap of the Dallas win and why the Saints melting down with a two score lead was a good thing.

Ralph argues Marques Colston is now one of the five greatest Saints players of all time.

Why did Saints interim coaching plan flop? Andrew has a great theory.

Jimmy Graham's game saving play showed everything we love about him and the Saints.

Ralph thinks the Panthers game should be a blast to watch, as there will be points a plenty and which Saints player most needs to play well in the season finale?

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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