They are used to them. Talked to Jacquizz about the camera. He said he just has to watch his mouth, but he's used to them being around.
I have to check it with my man Nick Nelson, the biggest Saints fans living in the ATL. I don't know.
Yes. Hawley has to play better than McClure did. That will be tough. Asamoah and Matthews should be upgrades. Baker had a strong '12. He just needs to stay healthy.
They are expecting it to be tough to move the ball against the Texans stout defense. If they can get some protection, they can attack that secondary.
I expect one series. They'll try to throw him two passes. One will be a slant. Second one a bomb.
CB Robert Alford is coming along nicely.
That was an F. They need to tackle and not blow coverages. Bartu missed a big tackle and there were two major missed assignments in the pass defense.
It's been a good week in Houston. The defense got a lot of good work in, even though I concentrated on the offensive line.
Every team has holes. Thank Pete Rozelle for this notion of parity. The ERA of dominate roster building is over.
We'll have to ask Coach Smith that again.
All right. I'm out. This was fun this week. See ya'll next week.
One more. Matt probably was. That was whack.The QB gets whatever he wants. He got there first.
Thanks for stopping by. This was fun.
You've clearly missed out "Sacks aren't important" discussions with Coach Smith.
He may be able to salvage his career.
Smittyball wins. He's the winningest coach in franchise history. Last year was an anomaly.
What to see the defense in action tonight and vs. Texans next week.
Yes! Although, I did just have my annual medical exam and she said something about red meat. Can't really remember right now.
He had to be, but he was bigger than that moment.
.....they keep Matt Ryan clean, Julio's back healthy, Steven Jackson has a flashback and the defense stops the run and sacks the opposing QB. (That's a lot!)