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Old 10-31-2014, 09:00 AM   #1
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ReFo: Saints @ Panthers, Week 9

New Orleans Saints – Performances of Note

Junior Galette, DE: +7.2

Breakdown: Galette notched his fourth positive pass rushing grade of the season as he feasted on an overmatched rookie left tackle. He ended the day with two sacks, a hit and five hurries in his best pass rushing display of the season.

Signature Play: His forced fumble may have been important, but the speed at which he beat David Foucault with 4.59 to go in the game was more impressive.

Jimmy Graham, TE: +2.5

Breakdown: Good to go and hard to stop. Graham didn’t have a ton of targets but made them count, walking away with a touchdown and 83 receiving yards on his 33 routes run.

Signature Play: He’s too big and too fast. With 12.13 to go in Q4 Drew Brees throws a beautiful back shoulder throw that Graham makes the necessary adjustment to, kick-starting a drive that would kill the game.

Keenan Lewis, CB: +2.2

Breakdown: If this game is anything to go by expect to see a lot of contested balls between Lewis and Kelvin Benjamin going forward. While the stats somewhat flatter Lewis (he benefit from a drop and overthrow that could have resulted in touchdowns) there’s no denying he took away the Panthers end zone fade get out of jail free card.

Signature Stat: All bar one throw into his coverage was aimed at Kelvin Benjamin as he followed him around the field. Lewis is one of the few guys in the league capable of doing this.

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Lewis had perfect coverage on the long pass attempt to Kelvin Benjamin

I don't get why every article keeps saying Benjamin was wide open, he wasn't

Lewis had perfect coverage for most of the night.
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He was definitely our most consistent corner back there. He's looks as good as he did last year when he was one of the top ranked corners in the league now. Hopefully everyone else back there can start picking up their game.
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He was definitely our most consistent corner back there. He's looks as good as he did last year when he was one of the top ranked corners in the league now. Hopefully everyone else back there can start picking up their game.
Lewis being as dominant as he was last night meant that Cam had to hold onto the ball longer

Which helped the D line collapse the pocket, the forced fumble was huge

Nice to get 2 wins in 5 days especially on a road game.
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