When Taysom Hill steps behind the line of scrimmage and starts the familiar cadence of "Blue 80", it sounds exactly the same as when Drew Brees does it. The tone of voice. The inflections. The speed. All of it is the same.
It has to be.
"Right now the other two (should) sound like Drew," coach Sean Payton said. "And then when he leaves someday, it's going to be the others sound like whoever the starter is because there are some nuances."
New Orleans watched the birth of a generational talent a couple of years ago. Alvin Kamara routinely had moments that were better than anyone else’s moments. He ran through people. He ran around people. He’d get hit one, two, three times on the same run and not fall. It seemed certain that in time, with […]