I know fans find it exciting, but I see today's NFL offenses (and stats) becoming like baseball's home runs in the '90s and '00s -- ridiculous.
I have no hatred towards the Saints -- I like Brees and Sean Payton and was happy when they won a few years ago, but I'm sick and tired of these seemingly unstoppable offenses where it seems to be the only way to win is to have one less punt than the Saints.
Someone else posted a question about dominant defenses being a bygone era. I sincerely hope not, and with 3 QB's having over 5,000 yards passing (and Eli right under that #) in one year is ridiculous.
I REALLY hope that we make it to the NFC Championship game and REALLY hope that the Saints are there to play us. I'm not saying that we have a dominant D, but I honestly want to take them on again and try to put an end to the insane amount of 40+ points that the Saints and so many offenses seem to put up on a routine basis.
Kudos to the Lions for giving the Saints a run for their money in the 1st half. That blown call on the fumble recovery could have been a game changer.