Podcast: What kind of season should Saints expect from Alvin Kamara?

Alvin Kamara might be the most important figure on the Saints next season.

If the running back stays healthy, he has limitless potential and makes New Orleans a matchup nightmare. He could be the difference between playing football in February or not.

So, if he plays all 16 games, how many yards are a reasonable projection? Is 1,700 too high? How about 2,000?

We discuss this topic, as well as a bunch of other things on this week’s podcast.

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This week on NewOrleans.Football

What happens to Michael Thomas’ stats if you remove his top two routes? What about other top receivers?

How Tommy Stevens can add another layer of deception to Saints’ offense

Ty Montgomery’s skill set could make him an interesting player for Saints

The rundown: What Cesar Ruiz needs to do start at center, Jeff Ireland’s disaster preparation, more

How Deonte Harris can become a bigger playmaker on offense


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  1. Extremely tough listen with the dynamic between these two. Seems like zero script and they get off track so so easily. Not engaging whatsoever.

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