A good coverage safety might catch your eye 20 times per season.
He'll knock down a few passes, maybe intercept a few, and make a few plays over the middle. Most of the time, if he's doing his job and taking away the deep passing lanes, you won't have much reason to think about him because he'll never show up on the broadcast. The negative moments show up, too, and stand out due to a lack of exposure.
Everyone is days away from forming their offseason plans. With the whole league in Indianapolis next week for the scouting combine, teams and agents will soon know each other’s expectations. By the end of the week, everyone should have a good idea which players are staying and which ones need new jobs. Here is a […]
The Saints were hoping to have Michael Thomas back this week. The wide receiver was expected to return from injury this week before being suspended for conduct detrimental after throwing a punch at Chauncey Gardner-Johnson. While this change is unexpected and inconvenient, New Orleans shouldn’t have too much difficulty adjusting their offensive game plan for […]