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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; Originally Posted by cmike Cut, absolutely not. But teams are targeting our weaknesses. Werner played well in pass coverage today. Probably better than Davis ever has. Werner struggled in run assignments. Davis dominated. Things will work out once Kwon is ...

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Old 10-10-2021, 05:20 PM   #11
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Re: Observations from the Saints' Win against the Redskins

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Cut, absolutely not. But teams are targeting our weaknesses. Werner played well in pass coverage today. Probably better than Davis ever has. Werner struggled in run assignments. Davis dominated. Things will work out once Kwon is back.
Oh come on. Werner didnít have a single pass break-up today.
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Old 10-10-2021, 05:38 PM   #12
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With Jameis feeling the wrath of coach I'm glad it came with a win to soften the blow.
Coach P is gradually eradicating the bugs out.
Hopefully Drew can help with him floating those high throws.
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Re: Observations from the Saints' Win against the Redskins

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Oh come on. Werner didnít have a single pass break-up today.
Yeah but what about #23
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Old 10-10-2021, 05:49 PM   #14
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So just for fun I extrapolated Winstonís stats over a 17 game season and heís currently on pace for 3,003 yards/41 TDs/10 INTs.
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Re: Observations from the Saints' Win against the Redskins

My biggest observation is how coachable Winston is. Sean Payton was laying into him on the sidelines and he never looked angry. He never snapped back. He just shook his head and said yes sir.
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Re: Observations from the Saints' Win against the Redskins

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Cut, absolutely not. But teams are targeting our weaknesses. Werner played well in pass coverage today. Probably better than Davis ever has. Werner struggled in run assignments. Davis dominated. Things will work out once Kwon is back.
Thatís cap bro. Davis has been the best coverage linebacker on this team since heís gotten here and usually grades out really well compared to the rest of the league. If heís getting beat on routes by WRís itís because heís supposed to get beat. Those are mismatches.
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My biggest observation is how coachable Winston is. Sean Payton was laying into him on the sidelines and he never looked angry. He never snapped back. He just shook his head and said yes sir.
I noticed that too. He kept his cool. He wants to play within the system I believe. He needs a system with some players.
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Old 10-10-2021, 06:19 PM   #18
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Game ball to Gillikin?
He stepped into some big shoes, and he's wearing them. I wish they'd let him try field goals, coming out of high school he was highly rated at punting and kicking. How much worse could he be? He's obviously got a big leg.

The only reason this game was close was due to the one sided penalties.

Trautman had a good game (to give credit where due)
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Verity would cost more. I have tried to explain that. And he's never even attempted a regular season kick? Why pay him three weeks salary per practice squad acquisition rules for a week?
Do you think he didn't read that the first, second, or TWENTY-SEVENTH time you've tried to argue with him?

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Great bounce back performance for the rookie Adebo.

Ice up Taysom and Deonte!
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