There were setbacks and frustration and false hope. But now that Davenport is here, he's here, and hope is real — for now. The Saints pass rusher needs to stay healthy and produce up to his potential, but there is no doubt he shined a light into the void last week against the Chargers.
Two things happened last week.
First, Davenport stepped on the field.
Second, the pass rush came to life after existing deep beneath the surface to start the season.
One of the first things the Saints do when evaluating a player or prospect is look at his big moments. If they’re considering a wide receiver, they’ll pull up all of his plays over 20 yards and go through those to establish a ceiling. This process allows them to project a best-case scenario for what […]
Sean Payton opened the curtain and showed us a few pages of his playbook. The Saints coach, who has been quarantined inside his home after catching the coronavirus, got active on Twitter Sunday night, jumping into a thread that asked coaches to share their favorite passing concepts from empty backfield looks. In reply, Payton posted […]