Dennis Allen has always wanted a defense that is hard to read.
He doesn't want a quarterback to quickly scan the field and identify who is dropping and who is rushing. He doesn't want someone to know which safety is playing high or low. Allen wants to create chaos like he always does, but sometimes the personnel dictates the action.
This year, though, the Saints defensive coordinator sees a lot of ways to make life difficult on opposing quarterbacks. And you can tell he's excited to start deploying players in various ways.
We are back with another episode. This week’s episodes starts with a discussion on whether or not the Saints should draft a quarterback. We also wonder if Taysom Hill’s preseason is the most anticipated preseason ever. It definitely might be in New Orleans. The conversation then shifts to Marcus Davenport and how people should view […]
Marcus Davenport has a chance to become a dominant player. You don’t have to look too hard. The moments are there. Nothing has changed. The Saints pass rusher possesses the same potential he always has. His breathtaking athleticism pops off the screen, allowing him to make plays no one else in New Orleans makes. And […]