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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by ChrisXVI https://twitter.com/kat_terrell/stat...48612124782594 That’s good to hear... There were times last season that he showed more promise than Tre’Quan. Good. Hopefully he can suit up/line up and produce starting next week . Austin Carr has brought absolutely nothing ...

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Old 11-14-2019, 08:55 AM   #771
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Originally Posted by ChrisXVI View Post
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That’s good to hear... There were times last season that he showed more promise than Tre’Quan.
Good.

Hopefully he can suit up/line up and produce starting next week. Austin Carr has brought absolutely nothing to the table. Nothing.
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Old 11-14-2019, 09:17 AM   #772
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Tre'quan Smith had 1 catch for 13 yards vs a so call bad ATL team. 1 catch from your third rounder.

Meanwhile his draft mate from Dallas Michael Gallup (on pace for 1k receiving) had 4 catches / 76 yards and a TD vs MINN.

Anyone still believe that we don't have a WR #2, #3 concern in New Orleans?
I will admit that you are correct. Atlanta knew that 1.) we had no one beyond Thomas who could successfully find an open spot, 2.) catch the ball consistently, and 3.) block successfully even a basic four man rush (for whatever reason). They completely took away our running game as an option knowing that our passing attack was limited even with minimal pressure. If we had a couple more reasonable threats at WR they would not have been able to sell out to stop the run. The Saints have always been their best under Payton when they were able to execute the pass to set up the run, not vise versa.
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Old 11-14-2019, 09:34 AM   #773
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Originally Posted by ChrisXVI View Post
That’s good to hear... There were times last season that he showed more promise than Tre’Quan.
His injury is still a mystery to me; loved what the guy showed last camp, phenomenal hands, exceptional catch radius, adequate speed...

But this durability thing is a problem...
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Old 11-14-2019, 09:39 AM   #774
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His injury is still a mystery to me; loved what the guy showed last camp, phenomenal hands, exceptional catch radius, adequate speed...

But this durability thing is a problem...
Let's hope this is why we were more active in the WR trade market.
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Old 11-14-2019, 10:01 AM   #775
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Can't Guard Mike is getting over 60% of the targets thus far. That is an incredible, mind boggling number to me.

What other team in the league has that type of disparity ??

Other guys must step up vs Tampa. I hope the emphasis all week was route running. IMO we'll never see the O line play that poorly in a game. We're better than that.
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Old 11-14-2019, 10:04 AM   #776
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That’s good to hear... There were times last season that he showed more promise than Tre’Quan.


Is he the step up guy, the missing link? Is he the reason we didn’t pull the trigger in trade.


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Old 11-14-2019, 10:12 AM   #777
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SAINTS DEPTH CHART - 2019 New Orleans Saints – Week 10: New Orleans Saints @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

OFFENSE

QB (3) 9 – Drew Brees, 5 - Teddy Bridgewater (FA 2019), 7 - Taysom Hill

RB (3) 41 - Alvin Kamara, 28 - Latavius Murray (FA 2019), 27 - Dwayne Washington

FB (1) 42 - Zach Line *LP (Knee)

WR-X (1) 13 - Michael Thomas

WR-S (2) 81 - Krishawn Hogan (FA 2019), 80 - Austin Carr

LT (2) 72 - Terron Armstead *DNP (Illness), 73 - Ethan Greenidge (UDFA 2019)

LG (2) 75 - Andrus Peat *OUT (Forearm Fx), 64 - Will Clapp

C (2) 78 - Erik McCoy (R2P16, #48), 62 - Nick Easton (FA 2019)

RG (2) 67 - Larry Warford, 60 - Patrick Omameh (FA 2019)

RT (1) 71 - Ryan Ramcyzk

TE (3) 87 - Jared Cook (FA 2019), 89 - Josh Hill, 85 - Dan Arnold (FA 2019)

WR-Z (2) 19 - Ted Ginn, 10 - Tra'Quan Smith

DEFENSE

RDE (2) 92 - Marcus Davenport, 96 - Carl Granderson (UDFA 2019)

NT (2) 90 - Malcolm Brown (FA 2019), 99 - Shy Tuttle (UDFA 2019)

DT3 (3) 98 - Sheldon Rankins, 93 - David Onyemata, 97 - Mario Edwards, Jr. (FA 2019)

LDE (2) 94 - Cameron Jordan, 91 - Trey Hendrickson

WLB (2) 56 - DeMario Davis, 52 - Craig Robertson (FA 2019)

MLB (1) 54 - Kiko Alonso (Trade MIA)

SLB (2) 53 - A.J. Klein, 58 - Stephone Anthony (FA 2019)

RCB (2) 23 - Marshon Lattimore *DNP (Hamstring), 34 - Justin Hardee (ERFA 2019)

NCB (3) 22 - Chauncey Gardner (R4P3, #105), 26 - P.J. Williams (FA 2019), 21 - Patrick Robinson *LP (Hamstrung)

FS (2) 43 - Marcus A. Williams, 33 - Saquan Hampton (R6P4, #177)

SS (2) 24 - Vonn Bell, 48 - J.T. Gray

LCB (2) 25 - Eli Apple, 29 - Johnson Bademosi (FA - 2019)


KICKING

K (1) 3 - Wil Lutz (RFA 2019)

P (1) 6 - Thomas Morstead

LS (1) 49 - Zach Wood (ERFA 2019)

RS (1) 11 - Deonte Harris (UDFA 2019) *DNP (Hamstring)


Practice Squad

LG 68 - Derrick Kelly (UDFA 2019)

RG 65 - John Leglue (UDFA DEN 2019)

TE 86 - Jason Vander Laan (FA NE 2019)

WR 17 - Emmanuel Butler (UDFA 2019)

WR 84 - Lil’Jordan Humphrey (UDFA 2019)

DE 70 - Mitchell Loewen (FA 2019)

NT 95 - Taylor Stallworth (FA 2019)

FS 32 - T. J. Green (FA 2019)

FS 36 - Trae Elston (FA 2019 NO/TB/CLE/BUF/PHI/BUF/MIA/PHI)

RS 44 - Taquan Mizzel (UDFA BAL/CHI 2017)


Active Roster Count - Total: 51; Offense: 24; Defense: 25; Kicking: 4; Practice Squad: 10


Reserve/Injured

45 - Garrett Griffin

51 - Colton Jumper (FA 2019)

54 - Josh Martin (FA 2019)

63 - Cameron Tom (ERFA 2019)

47 - Alex Anzalone

18 - Keith Kirkwood

55 - Kaden Elliss (R7P30, #244)


Reserve/Non-Football Injury

54 - Chase Hansen (UDFA 2019)


KEY:

Projected Starter

Free Agent (FA 2019)

Exclusive Rights Free Agent (ERFA 2019)

Reserve/Futures Contract (RFC 2019)

Rookie Draft Pick (R#,P#)

Undrafted Rookie Free Agent (UDFA 2019)

Injured, Injured/Reserve, Injured/PUP

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I will admit that you are correct. Atlanta knew that 1.) we had no one beyond Thomas who could successfully find an open spot, 2.) catch the ball consistently, and 3.) block successfully even a basic four man rush (for whatever reason). They completely took away our running game as an option knowing that our passing attack was limited even with minimal pressure. If we had a couple more reasonable threats at WR they would not have been able to sell out to stop the run. The Saints have always been their best under Payton when they were able to execute the pass to set up the run, not vise versa.
They didn't sell out to stop the run, we never tried running the ball. We had 10 rushing attempts all game and averaged more than 4ypc... it was a coaching decision to not run the ball. I have heard the excuse that we were behind so it forced us to pass, but I discount that, we were within 1 score until the 4th QTR.
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They didn't sell out to stop the run, we never tried running the ball. We had 10 rushing attempts all game and averaged more than 4ypc... it was a coaching decision to not run the ball. I have heard the excuse that we were behind so it forced us to pass, but I discount that, we were within 1 score until the 4th QTR.
Read this post:

http://blackandgold.com/saints/96007...tml#post867357 (Brees is done)

It will explain.
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Old 11-14-2019, 10:31 AM   #780
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They didn't sell out to stop the run, we never tried running the ball. We had 10 rushing attempts all game and averaged more than 4ypc... it was a coaching decision to not run the ball. I have heard the excuse that we were behind so it forced us to pass, but I discount that, we were within 1 score until the 4th QTR.
Just to piggy back on this ....


Latavius has had 2 games against good defenses where he's had over 120 yards of total offense yet in the ATL game, he rarely touched the ball.

I'm not really sure what Coach was trying to prove here.

Passing the ball 40+ times when you don't have to was asking for a L.
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