New Orleans Saints:
New Orleans Saints guard Andrus Peat carted off the field; out for game = Canal Street Chronicles
Andrus Peat was carted off the field after a leg injury that resembled Michael Thomas’s ankle injury from week 1, and Peat missed the rest of the game.
Sean Payton: Two straight losses ‘bit of a gut check’ for undisciplined New Orleans Saints - ESPN
Sean Payton calls their two straight losses a “bit of a gut check,” saying, “We’re making too many mistakes. We aren’t playing disciplined enough on both sides of the ball.”
Saints made four roster moves on Saturday - Canal Street Chronicles
Ahead of the Saints’ game against the Green Bay Packers, the team made 4 roster moves, with wide receiver Bennie Fowler and defensive end Margus Hunt moved to the active roster, running back Ty Montgomery put on IR, and guard Will Clapp was waived.
Penalties once again doom Saints in loss to Packers at home - WAFB
Penalties were once again one of the biggest problems for the Saints, committing 8 penalties for a total of 83 yards.
WATCH: Alvin Kamara breaks out for a 49-yard gain against Packers - Canal Street Chronicles
Alvin Kamara had a 49-yard run in the first quarter, and this is a clip of that run.
Alvin Kamara’s huge night not enough to end Saints’ early-season funk - ESPN
Despite Alvin Kamara’s big game, the Saints were not able to pull out a victory.
Saints vs Packers Inactive reports: Trey Hendrickson active - Canal Street Chronicles
While Michael Thomas, Marcus Davenport, Chase Hansen, DJ Swearinger and David Onyemata were also inactive, while Trey Hendrickson, who was previously questionable, was active during Sunday’s game.
Alvin Kamara gained 57 yards after catch on this 52-yard touchdown, +40 over expected according to our Expected YAC model.— Next Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) September 28, 2020
Kamara never reached a speed faster than 15.28 MPH on the play, while Erik McCoy (#78) reached 16.22 MPH as a lead blocker.#GBvsNO | #Saints pic.twitter.com/wxKFfzUhNK
The streak is over...— Jeff Nowak (@Jeff_Nowak) September 28, 2020
This is the first time since Week 2 of the 2018 season that any team other than the Saints was alone atop the NFC South standings. It was also the Bucs at that point after Fitzmagic struck in the opener. pic.twitter.com/Zqx40yiPXC
#Saints currently favored -3.5 on the road against Detroit.— Ross Jackson (@RossJacksonNOLA) September 28, 2020