Alvin Kamara still seems upset about the Minneapolis Miracle

Jose Verdugo
Agosto 10, 2018

However, according to Alvin Kamara, it's a win that would have never happened if the Vikings wouldn't have pulled off one of the most improbable plays in National Football League history just three weeks earlier.

Either way, Kamara will have his opportunity to prove his theories correct this year as fellow New Orleans running back Mark Ingram is out for the first four games of 2018 due to a suspension, leaving more touches for Kamara.

Saints running back Alvin Kamara was no exception.

"It's a certain point where you f-king just do everything could do, and s-t still don't go your way", said Kamara. I felt like we did everything.

"We'd beat the s-- out of [the Eagles] cause we was rolling", Kamara says. Mere seconds away from facing the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game, then a Case Keenum pass to Stefon Diggs and missed tackle from cornerback Marcus Williams, gave the Vikes the honor of advancing.

We came all the way back and then s- just happened like that.

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To be fair to Kamara though, the last time Philadelphia made the playoffs before last season was the 2013 season, when the Saints came into Philadelphia and defeated Nick Foles and the Eagles in a wild card game. "That's like some one-in-a-million-type sh-".

"I couldn't even be mad". "I was mad, of course, but it was like how does that even f-king happen? It's nearly not realistic, like what the?" I felt like we did everything.

After beating the Saints, the Vikings ended up getting thrashed 38-7 against the Eagles in the NFC title game.

With the Saints returning almost every key player from a team that went 11-5 last season, Kamara has high hopes for 2018, and it doesn't sound like he's going to let the Vikings get in New Orleans' way again.

"We know what the standard is", Kamara said. "So, yeah, f-k Minnesota".

The conversation gets Kamara excited for the upcoming season. But Kamara and the Saints will have a shot to prove they are the better team on November 18 when they take on the Eagles in Week 11.

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