Everyone places a lot of blame on New England's weapons for the struggles Tom Brady endured last season.
They aren't wrong. Not totally. Brady never got up to speed with first-round pick N'Keal Harry, and Mohamed Sanu suffered an injury that derailed his season. Brady had Julian Edelman and not much else beyond a couple of undrafted rookies.
So, with the move to Tampa Bay, will his issues go away, or should the rest of the NFC South be living in fear?
Go ahead and try to talk yourself into someone else. It’s fine. There are things to like about Teddy Bridgewater, and there might not be a more exciting idea in the NFL than Taysom Hill running an offense designed for him by Sean Payton. The thought alone has had imaginations turning for two years. But […]
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 […]