Nothing new as Saints try to make best of situation
Making the best of a bad situation is nothing new for the New Orleans Saints and their football operations staff.
That’s because coaches and players are used to adjusting for almost any situations — especially storms like Hurricane Gustav back in 2008 and Hurricane Isaac, which brought heavy rain and wind to south Louisiana on Tuesday evening and Wednesday.
So when the Saints (2-2) wrap up the preseason schedule at 6 p.m. Thursday, three days after having to flee their home base early for a game with the Tennessee Titans (2-1) in Nashville, Tenn., they’ll act like it’s business as usual despite some tough times earlier this week.
Interim coach Joe Vitt said staff members already had a plan in place when he arrived at the team’s Metairie training facility early Sunday, just eight hours after Saturday night’s game with the Houston Texans.
“Our organization is amazing,” Vitt said Tuesday in Cincinnati, where the Saints practiced for the first time since beating the Texans. “We have done this before. Our organization does a great job of on-the-move travel.”
Nothing new as Saints try to make best of situation | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
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