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#1 10-01-2019 06:54:27

Date d'inscription: 25-12-2018
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Why the New Orleans Saints Could Win it All http://www.thesaintsfootballauthentic.c … -authentic , Part I: Offensive Line Bringing back a series of pieces from the past two years, we’re going to check each position group on the New Orleans Saints and discuss how they improve the Saints’ chances of making a run in 2018. Let’s start with the offensive line...Pro Football Focus ranked all NFL offensive lines following the 2017 season, and the Saints came in 9th overall:Long-time New Orleans Saints staple Zach Strief won’t be back with the Saints in 2017, and unfortunately, the Saints were not able to retain Senio Kelemete who signed with the Houston Texans via free agency.So here’s why they’re better in 2018:Bill Streicher-USA TODAY SportsFirst things first http://www.thesaintsfootballauthentic.c … -authentic , the New Orleans Saints have a relatively young offensive line outside of Max Unger. Terron Armstead is still in his prime (albeit he remains a consistent injury risk concern). Larry Warford is only 26, and he surprised many with his level of production in New Orleans. Andrus Peat continues to develop and 2017 1st Round Pick Ryan Ramczyk was one of the steals of the entire draft last year.The main reason the Saints offensive line should be better in 2018 is that this young core should continue to grow and improve year after year. While the losses of Strief and Kelemete could hurt, Strief was injured for almost the entirety of the 2017 regular season. Kelemete was the back-up who stepped up in 2017, so it is primarily that depth that will be missed.The Saints re-signed long-time Saint Jermon Bushrod to come in and provide that depth on the offensive line, and the Saints drafted two intriguing offensive line pieces in the 2018 NFL Draft: Rick Leonard (4th Round) and Will Clapp (7th Round). Leonard and/or Clapp both have an outside chance of seeing meaningful snaps in 2018. If Armstead is able to play a full 2018 season (Armstead hasn’t played more than 13 games in a single season since 2014) Youth Michael Thomas Jersey , and we see the growth from players like Ramczyk and Peat that we expect, the Saints’ offensive line could improve from just the top half of units in the NFL, but to one of the very best. The Vikings win the coin toss and defer. Taysom Hill takes it out of the endzone to the 20.One Alvin Kamara 2 yard run play and two passes later the Saints gets their first, 1st down. Minnesota challenges theMichael Thomas completed catch. They lose both the challenge and a timeout. Mark Ingram runs for 1. Taysom Hill passes to Michael Thomas for 44 yards on an under thrown completion, A pass interference flag is declined. 1st and goal. Kamara takes it to the 3. On a three QB stunt play Taysom Hill picks up one yard. Kamara then takes it in on a short shuffle pass from Drew for the TD. Saints up 7-0.On the ensuing kickoff the Vikings take it out to the 21 but a personal foul flag backs it up to the 9. Pass on first gets a 1st down. A run takes it out to the 6. Next Kirk Cousins pass is blocked http://www.thesaintsfootballauthentic.c … -authentic , but a penalty by P.J. Williams gives them 5 yards and a 1st down. A holding call backs them up 5. Latavius Murray gets that back and more. Murray runs again for the 1st down.Next run stopped by Cam Jordan at the line of scrimmage. 2nd and 11 turns into 3rd and 5. Adam Thielen reaches over P.J. and catches for another 1st. A short run and it’s 2nd and 7. Next play Stefon Diggs once again victimizes P.J to the 2 yard line. On the second play from the goal Kyle Rudolph steps out and does not reestablish so the TD catch is negated. Next pass is too high. Then Diggs catches a TD on 4th and goal.7 all.Saints start at the 25. Dump offs to Kamara and then Ingram brings up 3rd and 14. Saints go 3 and out and punt. Vikings punt return goes nowhere and they start at the 19.Adam Thielen picks up 14 on a 1st down run. Vikings pick up one which takes us to the 2nd quarter. Diggs picks up a 1st down. A flea flicker play burns P.J. again and they are in the Redzone. P.J. William gets another PI call this time in the endzone giving the Vikings 1st and goal. And easy running back leap scores a TD. The extra point is no good. Time to pull P.J. Payton!Taysom Hill takes a short kick to the 33. 2 plays later Michael Thomas picks up the first down.Mark Ingram runs for 5. Kamara catches it just short of the 1st. Vikings encroach and give us the 1st. Kamara slips and picks up only 2 yards. Ingram picks up another 5. Kamara drops the next pass. 4th down. Lutz kicks the 52 yard fieldgoal. 13-10 Vikings. I think the P.J. Williams experiment has had time enough to be judged a fail. Time for the defense to step it up and get the ball back in Drew Brees’ hands. Vikings start at the 25. 1st play 1st down. Murray breaks one off that is called back for holding. Kirk Cousins is sacked buy Sheldon Rankins. 2nd and 25.3rd and 24. A 3 and out brings on the punting team. Defense held. Kamara brings the punt back to the 33. A little more than 4 minutes remain in the half. Kamara picks up 5. Then Alvin picks up about 10. An incomplete and then Drew throws his first interception. Defense needs to cover their QBs back. 2 plays and the Vikings pick up a 1st. Incomplete pass. Marshon Lattimore breaks up deep pass. 3rd an 10 becomes 1st and 10. Apple is called for a questionable PI. Murray picks up another 1st. Thielen fumbles the ball and Lattimore brings it back to the 33. Unsportsmanlike conduct on the Vikings adds 15 more yards. A pass to Kamara makes it 1st and inches. Kamara runs into the endzone for the TD. A false start backs the extra point up 5 yards, but it’s still good. Will Lutz is money. Saints up 17 to 13 with 30 seconds left. Vikings start at the 25. They run out the clock.

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