No one has talked about how to replace Taysom Hill if he ascends into the starting role. Mainly because there usually isn’t a way to replace a unicorn, but it appears New Orleans has found the next-best option in Tommy Stevens.
The former Mississippi State and Penn State quarterback was drafted in the seventh round by the Saints after the team traded back in to land him. New Orleans intended to sign Stevens as a priority free agent after the draft but made a move to get back into the draft once he started to lean in another direction.
The Saints rededicated themselves to setting prototypes for draftable players a few years ago. These requirements won’t stop the team from drafting someone if the profile doesn’t get met. The prototypes are simply guidelines, a best practice. But New Orleans has made enough picks starting this process that we can now begin to create a […]
Who are the five best Saints of all time? Is Jahri Evans on the list? If not, who is? We discuss this topic, as well as the impact Roman Harper had on the team, during this week’s podcast after the duo was selected for the Saints Hall of Fame this week. We also begin our […]