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strato 11-02-2011 01:05 AM

New Orleans Saints don't show much fire in loss to St. Louis Rams: Film study
 
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Sean Payton and Drew Brees said all the right things during the New Orleans Saints' weekly meeting with members of the network broadcast team on Saturday about their upcoming against the winless St Louis Ram
"In talking to Drew yesterday (Saturday), he said elite teams do not have letdown games - bottom line," Fox color analyst Tim Ryan said during the first half of the Sunday broadcast.
Play-by-play announcer Chris Myers recounted what Payton said he told his team during the week leading up to the game:

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Really good read

lynwood 11-02-2011 06:18 AM

"It was a glaring miss because defensive end Robert Quinn beat Jermon Bushrod with a powerful inside move on his rush and sacked Brees for a 9-yard loss. The sack came with the Rams rushing just three defenders."

Sad just Sad

saintsfan1976 11-02-2011 06:30 AM

Key points:

Go back to last year vs Cleveland. This is how teams (especially 3-4 D's) beat us.


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DIDYA NOTICE?: One of the tactics the Rams used to throw off the Saints offense was to drop defensive end James Hall into zone coverage over the middle. The idea was to take away or disrupt some of the bread-and-butter short throws Brees likes to make to Jimmy Graham and Marques Colston over the middle

Gregg. If AJ Feely can do it...

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PRESSURE REPORT: The Rams had a great game plan to exploit the Saints' high-pressure attack. They rarely went down the field and instead beat the Saints' blitz with quick timing throws to their receivers and let them make yards after the catch. Their most successful tactic was to use quick crossing routes - also known as pick plays - against the Saints' soft man-to-man coverage. This tactic worked time and time again as Feeley unloaded the pass before the Saints blitzed could reach him. When the Saints did hold up on the back end, the rush was able to create problems. The Saints sacked Feeley four times, including one which resulted in a fumble recovery in the end zone for the club's first touchdown. They also batted down two passes at the line of scrimmage.

halloween 65 11-02-2011 06:55 AM

Thanks good read. I also read on PFT this morning we had a look at a bunch of DB's, any info on that?

CharityMike 11-02-2011 11:57 AM

What is the deal with Johnny Patrick? Is he still hurt, ir'd??

strato 11-02-2011 12:04 PM

He is on the active roster...i wish we could get a look at him....he looked pretty good in TC..

http://www.neworleanssaints.com/team/roster.html

iceshack149 11-02-2011 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by halloween 65 (Post 345053)
Thanks good read. I also read on PFT this morning we had a look at a bunch of DB's, any info on that?

DB's? I guess there are zero defensive lineman available.


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