Defenses are generally light years ahead of the offenses in the first week or two of a season. Last week was no exception. If you are like me, you don’t even bother with a defense at draft time. I take the team with the friendliest week 1 match-up.
The three stats I looked at were: yards per rush, quarterback hits allowed and sacks allowed. Some of the stats can get over or undervalued because of offensive schemes, poor or excellent quarterback play and other factors, but this should give everyone a baseline on the support the skill position players can expect from the offensive linemen.
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Drew Brees said he wants to return to the team as soon as possible, he also hinted in the interview of even missing training camp if he does not get a long-term extension in place. The Saints team captain has already missed several weeks of voluntary offseason training with the club, and New Orleans holds its first offseason practices next week.
NFL Playoff Wildcard Weekend preview between two of the leagues most high scoring offense’s: The New Orleans Saints and the Detroit Lions. Who can out shoot who?
I’m not gonna lie, but I have a major man-crush right now. No, it’s not Randy Moss (life-long man-crush), Andre Johnson (2 years ago’s man-crush) or Jamaal Charles (last year’s man-crush).
This is a continuation of our eight part preview in which we will look at players from each division that we consider to be overvalued, undervalued, and also some that are sleepers
The Redskins are playing the draft game magnanimously. They have a terrible history of burning their picks for vertan players that never pan out. The Skins have moved back and forth adding picks and drafting players that fill their needs.