What Would You Give for a Saints Super Bowl in 2012/2013?

NEW ORLEANS - SEPTEMBER 09: A detail of the Banner which was unveiled honoring the 2009 SUper Bowl World Championship which was won by the New Orleans Saints prior to the Saints opening the season against the Minnesota Vikings at Louisiana Superdome on September 9 2010 in New Orleans Louisiana. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

On our last podcast, Kevin had a brilliant suggestion for a new featured poll question. So brilliant, in fact, that I thought it was worthy of it's own post instead.

Quite simply, here's the question: how many consecutive losing seasons for the Saints would you be willing to endure for a Saints Super Bowl victory this season?

Think about it. You'd have the opportunity to watch Roger Goodell hand the Lombardi Trophy to the post-Bountygate Saints in their own home. But how much is that worth to you? How badly would you want to see that and what would you be willing to endure in the years following?

I've included a poll below to quickly and easily gauge general sentiment but the reason this question deserved it's own post was because it will surely generate some great discussion. So let's hear what you guys have to say!

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