We’d like to play defense to sexy Reggie Wayne’s offense. With over 60 touchdown’s under his belt, he could be the Indiana Colt’s wining wide receiver on Sunday night.
We’d be more than happy to warm the bench with Colts wide receiver Pierre Garcon, who spent his first season as a backup receiver. He put in the extra work and made it on to the active roster in 2009. Just two years after being drafted, he’s headed to the Super Bowl.
Hottie wide receiver Hank Baskett joined the Indiana Colts in 2009. We can’t wait to see how he performs on Sunday night.
We’d let Colts offensive Tackle Tony Ugoh take us down to the ground.
We’d like to get into a tight spot with Colts cornerback Tim Jennigs. We can’t wait to see what he gets in to on Super Bowl Sunday.
Before running back Mike Hart joined the Indiana Colts, he was the University Michigan’s best player. We hope he can catch all of our passes.
We’re sure Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney can take us down. Actually we hope he will. Freeney was fined $20,000 by the NFL for being a potty-mouth in a post-game interview, but we’re sure we can clean him up.
We want to run straight into the smooth, muscley arms to Colts running back Donald Brown. He joined the team in ‘09 and didn’t hesitate to gain 58 yards on the Minnesota Vikings in his first action as a member of the team.
Watch out for Colts defensive end Raheem Brock. With hundreds of tackles under his belt, you wouldn’t want to get in his way. Or would you?
Saints running back Mike Bell looks good in gold and black. But we’re positive he’d look great out of it too. He scored his first touchdown for the Saints on December 21, 2008. we’re excited to see how he throws down at the Super Bowl.
Free Safety Usama Young joined the Saints in 2008. We’re looking forward to seeing him show off his …um… agility in Miami on Sunday.
Running back, wide receiver and punt returner Reggie Bush has stuck with the New Orleans saints since being drafted in 2006. If we could, we’d stick closer to him.
Jabari Greer has been a starting cornerback for the New Orleans Saints since he joined the team in 2009. We’d like to draft him for some personal training.
Saints Safety Roman Harper can cover our backs anytime.
Darren Sharper has been a safety in the NFL since 1997. He signed a two-year deal with the Saints in 2008. We can see why they may not want to trade him.
As a newcomer to the NFL, Saints linebacker Anthony Waters only has a few tackles under his belt so far. We’ve thought of a few ways to add more.
With the name Will Smith, this defensive end for the New Orleans Saints stands out without even trying. However a quick check of his stats will prove he’s pushing weight.
Saints tight end Tory Humphrey used to play for the Indiana Colts back in 2005. We can’t wait to see him square off with his former teammates at the Super Bowl.
At 26, Saints wide receiver Marques Colston has already scored 31 touchdown. we wouldn’t mind being added to his number of receptions.