Sharp Plan B
Often when an NFL team sees a starter nicked, the fear develops that a rookie might have to pick up the slack. So what might happen to the New Orleans Saints if free safety Malcolm Jenkins can't play in the wild-card game Saturday in Seattle?
http://media.nola.com/saints_impact/...829fc2252f.jpgEllis Lucia/The Times-PicayuneNew Orleans Saints safety Darren Sharper swats down a Hail Mary pass in the end zone before halftime against the Baltimore Ravens on Dec. 19.
The team will turn to the reigning interception champion among current players, Darren Sharper. Rather than a rookie, the Saints' secondary would be in the hands of a 14-year veteran named a Pro Bowl starter five times.
Time for Sharper to make a stand. :cheering:
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