If the Saints lose to the Lions and Chargers, they should consider benching Drew Brees - Canal Street Chronicles
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Drew's numbers look "fine" to start 2020, but that's only thanks to Alvin Kamara's incredible abilities after the catch. He has played well below average these first 3 games (including Game 1 when he still had Thomas).— Canal St. Chronicles (@SaintsCSC) September 29, 2020
So I know #Saints fans wanted this information, (I think @Jeff_Nowak might have brought it up? IDR).— Deuce Windham (@RevDeuceWindham) September 29, 2020
Alvin Kamara's 52 yard TD where Erik McCoy lead the convoy?
AK41 Top Speed: 15.28 MPH
Erik McCoy Top Speed: 16.22 MPH
cannot wait for this. thought Vilma was great in the Falcons game. did a great job not laughing at them blowing another 4th quarter lead https://t.co/vRRPkXnTpr— John Sigler (@john_siglerr) September 29, 2020
Excellent stuff here. Section on Brees makes the most sense I've seen so far in regards to options, play style over the last few seasons, and simple things aren't. https://t.co/KxYmGGsv94— Ross Jackson (@RossJacksonNOLA) September 29, 2020