How sacks come together is as important as how they end.
Quite often, the end would not occur without the beginning. Yet, we often overlook how the play started, which is a significant mistake and causes us to underrate everything that goes into creating a sack. That shouldn't happen. Following this path helps make more sense of why someone like David Onyemata is worth $27 million over three years, or how the Saints go about using their defensive backs to create opportunities for their pass rushers.
The Saints have a problem that only the most successful teams could ever experience. What do you do when your team is too good to add a bunch of players? Do you bring in a bunch of camp bodies, a couple of which might work out, but will more than likely come in and fade […]
Two linebackers are on the board. Pretend the Saints are forced to pick one. Who should they take: Patrick Queen or Kenneth Murray? The two linebackers are among the best in this class, but they couldn’t be more different as prospects. Queen, the LSU product, seems relatively safe. He sees the field, diagnoses quickly and […]