The New Orleans rookie class has moments where you see the potential.
Cesar Ruiz will clear the way on an inside zone run, and you start to envision a future where he's anchoring the interior offensive line, or Adam Trautman will get open on a double move and score a touchdown, showing how athletic he can be.
But the moments are spaced apart, part of a larger picture that has not yet come into focus. This draft class deserves patience, especially with how this offseason played out, especially when they're on a roster talented enough to where mistakes and growth don't have to occur in public. Still, sometimes it's hard to keep sight of the three-year plan.
This isn’t the same quarterback. Can’t be. The video is a few years old, and the guy playing quarterback for BYU has some electricity to him. He can run and isn’t afraid to drop his shoulder and blow people up. He forever looks one snap away from breaking the defense, making a big play. But […]
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