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Mental attitude means as much as physical condition. Armstead sounds like things are finally lining up for him this season. Has he ever entered training camp healthy before this year? That is huge.
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PreSeason Hate on the Saints - bring it...


1. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
2. DALLAS COWBOYS
3. ATLANTA FALCONS
4. PITTSBURGH STEELERS
5. TENNESSEE TITANS

6. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP:
Left Tackle: Terron Armstead, 78.2 overall grade
Left Guard: Andrus Peat, 46.9
Center: Max Unger, 50.0
Right Guard: Larry Warford, 76.7
Right Tackle: Ryan Ramczyk, 84.2

2017 season-end rank: 9th (+3)

No offensive line earned a higher pass-blocking efficiency than the Saint’ unit did a season ago. One of the biggest reasons for that was the superb play from rookie tackle Ryan Ramczyk in Zach Strief’s stead. Ramczyk’s 96.6 pass-blocking efficiency was fifth best among starting offensive tackles. Their key though, will be the health of left tackle Terron Armstead who has managed only 1,064 snaps over the past two seasons after earning a 90.6 overall grade in 2015.


Wow, I saw Peat flat out destroy some of the elite tackles and ends in the league last season and only got this grade?

Wonder if PFF gives any consideration for game-time or in-game reassignments to LT because Mr. Glass wasn't a geaux?

I'd like to ask PFF why Warford got a ProBowl nod with this grade and Ramczyk did not with a better grade of not only his peers but other OTs?

Personally, I didn't think Warford deserved the ProBowl invite; felt he benefited playing between Ramczyk and Unger, our two best offensive linemen...

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