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Old 07-29-2019, 11:53 PM   #1
 
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Starting right around the :39 mark ... notice how Cook makes the contested catch in tight coverage? Jared could be that missing piece on offense.
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Starting right around the :39 mark ... notice how Cook makes the contested catch in tight coverage? Jared could be that missing piece on offense.
Cooks makes me think about this year's total offensive package. Am I wrong, or is this not the best receiving corps the Saints have ever put on the field since Brees has been in the building? Consider that when Graham was at his best Colston was aging and/or playing injured. This team has a top 5 wide receiver in Thomas, a tight end who Brees will make as good or better than Graham, the best RB receiver in the game with Kamara, Ginn to stretch the secondary, a possible second coming of Colston in Butler and a pile of sophomore and rookie receivers waiting in the wings.

Add in a maturing D that looked great during the stretch last year.

Consider what the offense did the first 2/3s of last season, so long as the O-line stays healthy and provides protection this offense will look like a shreader.
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McCoy interviews extremely well. He's going to be a great fit with this locker room and team chemistry. I believe that he will win the starting job in training camp and sign multiple contracts with us. He looks like another great talent who is driven to be better.
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