Marcus Williams protecting the back end in New Orleans Saints secondary
Interception against Tampa Bay was his team-leading fourth this season
Updated NFC playoff picture: Saints, 49ers remain the teams to beat
The New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers are both dominant teams that could win a Super Bowl, but there's even more quality lying in the NFC.
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The New Orleans Saints might be able to celebrate an NFC South division title in just two weeks on its fiercest rival's home turf.
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The last time P.J. Williams was pressed into duty as a starting cornerback on the outside didn’t go so well.
Forecast: Saints look like themselves again thanks to Jameis Winston | wwltv.com
The Saints looked like the Saints we've been used to seeing in 2019.
Saints’ Michael Thomas has more catches than Ravens, Eagles WR corps
Michael Thomas has broken more records for the New Orleans Saints, and caught more passes than the Baltimore Ravens and Philadelphia Eagles.
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The playoff picture for the NFC was easy to track after Week 11 for one obvious reason: None of the top six teams lost.
After Further Review: Five takes from Saints win over Bucs
Sean Fazende gives his five takes from the Saints win over Tampa Bay.
‘I could’ve been at 10 already!’: Saints’ Cam Jordan is on a personal-best pace, and he’s not satisfied – The Athletic
Jordan had 1.5 sacks against the Buccaneers but was convinced he should have had at least four — and maybe even a fifth.
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Here are the Week 11 grades for every team that played on Sunday and Monday
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Davenport did get pressure on Sunday. #Saints ran a lot of 3 man front/packages, and in those situations, they put Hendrickson out on the field (per Sean Payton).— Deuce Windham (@RevDeuceWindham) November 19, 2019
Davenport still registered several pressures and is having a good season. It's possible for both to play well. https://t.co/N1uFe0PPxl
Just to add to this, while watching the #Saints Sunday I charted Davenport with 3 pressures in the 4th QTR alone. Simply played limited snaps due to packages, as Nick points out below.— Deuce Windham (@RevDeuceWindham) November 19, 2019
Let's slow our roll on the "Davenport is being benched" stuff. https://t.co/XIXgX4pbMU
I love what Michael Thomas is doing in New Orleans, I’d like him to win MVP for being CONSISTENT which is hard to do when they’re game planning to stop you each Sunday, defensive coverages are called based on where you line up & you STILL get off‼️— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) November 19, 2019
Prior to this Klein had been playing MLB/Sam.— Ellias J Williams (@ElliasJWilliams) November 18, 2019
Looks like Kiko (at least for this game) was primary MLB and Klein was reduced to a Sam role which explains the reduced snaps.
Also suggest that Kiko is getting more comfy in the scheme. He got excellent depth on the Bell INT. https://t.co/R4gOsbZDm7
#Saints snap counts vs #Bucs.— Deuce Windham (@RevDeuceWindham) November 18, 2019
-J. Cook getting the most snaps at TE. Some games were Hill, but Cook finding his groove.
-Alonso overtakes Klein for snaps. A lot of base, but also lots of Kiko
-T-Rex has almost twice the snaps of Davenport
-Saints went heavy. Lots of Line pic.twitter.com/MOdQxixhf5
Brees says that Demario Davis is a great leader and is very smart. “Great human being. We know what he stands for on and off the field.”— John Hendrix (@JohnJHendrix) November 17, 2019
Says he has a presence about him that commands respect.