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[VIDEO] Saints Video Review Series: Week One

So last week our mighty Saints took on the upstart Washington Redskins. It was a tale of miscues and mistakes for our boys in black and gold, and I think this week's video review reflects that. There were drops on crucial passes, and silly penalties at the worst of times, and that's not to mention the mental errors on defense that at times left Washington receivers wide open to run down the field. It was indeed a tough week to watch as a fan. We were all so psyched up to show the league that the bounty scandal and all its trappings weren't going to weigh us down. Well, whether that had anything to do with it or not, it was a disappointing loss, and now we find ourselves in the earliest must-win game of all time. In my opinion, we have to avoid going 0-2, or else this season could end up as a sunk cost. Either way, without further ado, here's this week's video review! It features TWO songs for the price of one this time, with Florence + The Machine setting the backdrop for the first half with "Leave My Body" and The Arcade Fire have the honors for the second with "We Used To Wait". I think both these songs musically express the disappointment and frustration we felt as fans this week. So here's hoping you enjoy!


This FanPost was written by a reader and member of Canal Street Chronicles. It does not necessarily reflect the views of CSC and its staff or editors.

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