Jermichael Finley was quoted during an recent interview with 1250-AM in Milwaukee, saying there is too much hype being spread about the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles.
Finley plays for the Green bay Packers and claims this will all come to an end once the regular season starts, while the defending Super Bowl champions did not participate much in the free agency, the Eagles and Saints did.
The Packers felt, that they already have all of their core player’s in place, including the players coming back from season-ending injuries last season.
Finley guaranteed all of the talk surrounding two of the Packers’ biggest NFC competitors will end; he went as far as guaranteeing that these teams would not be a problem for the Packers.
Jermichael Finley passed out one more message, this one to Eagles back-up quarterback Vince Young, saying he shouldn’t even be talking at all about a “Dream Team”, he’s only a backup quarterback.
That’s just talk, Finley said. These teams have improved on paper only. While the Eagles have added a lot of big name free agents, the Saints have added only a few.
The Saints free agents — Shaun Rogers, Olin Kreutz, Aubrayo Franklin, Darren Sproles — and several other lesser known players that are just trying to make any NFL roster.
On the other hand the Philadelphia Eagles added free agents — Nnamdi Asomugha, Ronnie Brown, Jason Babin, Jarrad Page, Cullen Jenkins, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Vince Young — all high profile free agents.
Philadelphia, did what another team in the NFC East the ‘Washington Redskins” used to do every year, bring in the best talent they could find, in hopes of winning the ultimate prize in the NFL.
Finley’s timing is impeccable, the Packers will play host to the Saints in week one of the upcoming NFL season, he can only hope that his comments about the Saints were not in vain.
If the Saints had not stumbled late last year with injuries, maybe Green Bay would have played the Saints instead of Atlanta in the NFC Championship game, if so, Finley would have known better than to talk at all.
Minnesota Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe made some statements that he ended up regretting after losing to the Saints in the 2009 NFC Championship game.
The Saints defeated the Minnesota Vikings again in week one of the following season. Karma can be a Blessing if it works for you, but a hazzard for your team if it doesn’t.
This upcoming contest will not make or break either of these teams if they win or lose, it will only make them stronger. Who Dat Says They Gonna beat Them Saints!!
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