Reading Time: 4 minutesThe Saints have a major salary cap problem, and while it’s no easy fix, there isn’t a reason they should tank. -$79 Million is an abnormally large cap space hole. The Saints rank dead last in cap space among the 32 NFL teams, and no other team comes close (The Eagles are projected to be 31st at -$51.5M). Obviously this figure can change, but either way, the cap situation is a notable one. Naturally, there is a lot of work that New Orleans will need to get done to be under the cap, and some believe...Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutesRumors have been spreading that this could be the end of the line for the man they call ‘Breesus’ (Drew Brees) and the G.O.A.T (Tom Brady). This could be the last time we see this iconic matchup between the two future Hall-of-Famers. It’s also a revenge game for a former first-round pick. The Saints will be trying to get past their former embarrassments in the playoffs that have held this team back from multiple Super Bowl runs. The Buccaneers have their own storyline too, with such a win-now mentality, can they actually seal the deal? Can...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes As we begin to prepare for the final playoff push in the 2020 NFL season, many questions still await to be answered. Let’s take a look at two teams I trust, and two I don’t trust: TRUST: New Orleans Saints Currently, on a six-game winning streak, the Saints sit at the top of the NFC. Despite some regression from Drew Brees, and an out of form Micheal Thomas, the Saints have still managed to find ways to win. With a lot of other NFC teams having some glaring holes, this Saints team may be the...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutes 541 touchdowns. Record books rewritten. In Drew Brees’ 273rd career start, he dethroned Peyton Manning as the NFL’s leading touchdown passer. Brees is one of the best quarterbacks to ever step on the gridiron, and he further etched himself in football history. Entering Monday night, Brees had 537 touchdowns, sitting 3rd on the leaderboard, behind Brady (538), and Manning (539). Brees’ first TD pass of the historic night came on a 15-yard bullet to the one of the league’s elite receivers, Michael Thomas. This came on New Orleans’ second drive of the game, with 12:43...Read More
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