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Old 08-19-2019, 09:17 AM   #31
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Fourth down stop was encouraging...
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Re: Five key takeaways from Saints' win vs. Chargers: Bridgewater struggles, red zone errors, more

Props to Taysom and Kaden Ellis...

Tight Ends Cook, Hill, NT Taylor Stallworth, not so much...


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Re: Five key takeaways from Saints' win vs. Chargers: Bridgewater struggles, red zone errors, more

Originally Posted by jeanpierre View Post
Props to Taysom and Kaden Ellis...

Tight Ends Cook, Hill, NT Taylor Stallworth, not so much...


https://twitter.com/PFF_Saints/statu...61273713020928
Kind of quiet for Taylor thus far ...

I fully expect Cook to heat up once #9 starts tossing the ball around.
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Old 08-19-2019, 10:32 AM   #36
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Re: Five key takeaways from Saints' win vs. Chargers: Bridgewater struggles, red zone errors, more

-Hill can QB a NFL team.
-Hendrickson showed some life.
-P. Rob made some plays.
-Harris is a legit returner.
-Ellis has skills.

-Grayson is fast and natural.
-Ozigbo is a bigger, smoother, lower pad running guy than Ingram. Steal.
-Humphrey continues to make plays.
-Hardee can play defense AND special teams.
-Lutz and Morstead are the best duo in the NFL.

-Bridgewater is very natural and elusive in the pocket but struggles sometimes when moving from his mark.
-Don't see the Butler hype come game time.
-Crawley didn't help himself.
-TE's have been invisible. Hopefully by design.
-Backup OL is getting banged up.
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Re: Five key takeaways from Saints' win vs. Chargers: Bridgewater struggles, red zone errors, more

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-Harris is a legit returner.
-Ellis has skills.
-Humphrey continues to make plays.
-Hardee can play defense AND special teams.
-TE's have been invisible. Hopefully by design.
Harris will make Sherels expendable. No way we let him walk to another team now.
Ellis has got the goods to be a solid backup once Robertson moves on.
Lil'Jordan looks ok in practice but flashes big in games...that puts him ahead of Butler imho.
Hardee showed up in regular season last year, but he has improved even more now. He's ready for more PT now.
TE invisibility is by design. No way we show that hand in preseason. Plus we need to see more WR play anyhow.
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Re: Five key takeaways from Saints' win vs. Chargers: Bridgewater struggles, red zone errors, more

Things can change at the drop of a hat however I actually have Cobbs (has been the most consistent at practice & games) ahead of Butler and Southlake aka Jordan Humphries right now.
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Re: Five key takeaways from Saints' win vs. Chargers: Bridgewater struggles, red zone errors, more

Game three should be smoother for us. In my opinion this is why you need four preseason games to work out the kinks.
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Re: Five key takeaways from Saints' win vs. Chargers: Bridgewater struggles, red zone errors, more

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Things can change at the drop of a hat however I actually have Cobbs (has been the most consistent at practice & games) ahead of Butler and Southlake aka Jordan Humphries right now.
Cobbs runs better routes and a tad faster; Humphries is better after the catch, a tad bigger and younger. Lil'Jordan is ahead of Cobbs and Butler.

Considering how perfect my evals have always been, it would be best to just concede to my opinion on this one
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