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Saints News:Pains me to admit it , but Saints did everything right in Brandin Cooks trade – week with the undefeated Los Angeles Rams.Key matchups to watch between Saints and Rams – The AthleticAs usual, this game will be won in the trenches when these two top teams meet on Sunday in the Superdome.Rams injury report | Who’s in, who’s out Sunday at New Orleans Saints – Orange County Register8 is enough? Saints hope so as they look to put blemish on Rams' perfect season | Saints | theadvocate.comThis time a year ago, New Orleans Saints rookie wide receiver Tre'Quan Smith was playing on an undefeated team.Midseason 2019 mock draft gives New Orleans Saints linebacker upgradeThe latest 2019 NFL mock draft comes from the Draft Wire, and it gives the New Orleans Saints Clemson Tigers linebacker Kendall Joseph.Back in black: New Orleans Saints’ dress code vs. Los Angeles RamsThe New Orleans Saints announced this week's dress code for their game against the Los Angeles Rams: black jerseys on black pants.Saints WR Michael Thomas and agent separate over ‘difference of opinions’ | nola.comThomas had been represented by David Mulugheta since the 2017 season.LA Rams at New Orleans Saints: Bold predictions defensive battle - Turf Show TimesA lot of dudes are saying that the Rams and the Saints are bound to engage in a thrilling shootout, but not this dude!If Saints get No. 1 seed, they will have earned it – ProFootballTalkYes, the winner of Sunday's showdown between the Rams and Saints will have the inside track to the No. 1 seed in the NFC. But both teams will have plenty more work to do to secure the first seed and/or a bye.'His mind is different': Why Saints anticipate seeing weekly wrinkles, game plan Sean Payton comes up with | Saints | theadvocate.comTeddy Bridgewater looks forward to Wednesdays.Larry Warford to take center stage in Saints vs. Rams: First-and-10 | nola.comFirst (take) This is the Larry Warford game. When the New Orleans Saints (6-1) face the Los Angeles Rams (8-0) in the NFL’s marquee matchup this week, the Saints right guard will take center stage. Saints: New Orleans evolving into NFC's best? Rams showdown loomsThe Saints, winners of six in a row, showed against Vikings they don't need prolific offense to win. They could be rounding into form at perfect time.LSU/CFB News:To fully appreciate LSU-Bama 2018, it pays to revisit the lingering pain of Jan. 9, 2012 – The AthleticThe Tigers have yet to recover from the power shift of losing the BCS national title game to the Crimson Tide in the Superdome.Here's what LSU can learn from Alabama's only other game against ranked team | LSU | theadvocate.comScroll back through the schedule.Tim Tebow: How LSU can beat AlabamaTim Tebow explains how LSU can take down No. 1 Alabama.A win over No. 3 LSU makes this Alabama team the best Nick Saban has ever coached - The Washington PostAccording to data compiled by Sport Source Analytics, Alabama has led by 21 or more points on almost two-thirds of its total plays.College football: 5 reasons LSU has no shot against AlabamaLSU could be in for a long day in its SEC showdown against Alabama. Opposing coaches and NFL scouts think the Tigers will be lucky to keep it within the two-touchdown spread.LSU vs. Alabama: Plenty of stirring LSU victories over Alabama; here are 5 of the greatest hits | LSU | theadvocate.comThe last seven meetings with Alabama have produced plenty of heartache for the Tigers, but there have also been plenty of stirring LSU victories over the years. Here’s five toCollege Football Playoff impact games for 10 including Alabama-LSUWeek 10 brings five games that impact on the College Football Playoff, starting with Alabama-LSU, Georgia-Kentucky and Michigan-Penn State.The 2021, 2022 Visitor List: LSU vs. AlabamaWe break down 10 of the biggest sophomores and freshmen recruits set to visit LSU this weekend for the biggest game of the year.Defenses expected to dominate Marshall-Southern Miss matchup | Marshall Sports | herald-dispatch.comHATTIESBURG, Miss. — Each week Marshall University plays a road game, Thundering Herd head coach Doc Holliday says the team has to take its leadership and toughness with it. On7 Things to Watch: Louisiana Tech at Mississippi StateLouisiana Tech's tour of SEC stadiums continues, this time taking on No. 18 Mississippi State in Starkville Saturday night.What NFL Scouts Will Be Watching: Alabama-LSU holding an NFL job fair Saturday night in Baton Rouge – The AthleticThe programs have produced the most NFL Draft picks over the last decade.Social Media:Saints vs. Browns matchups: New Orleans defense vs. Cleveland offense The New Orleans Saints are midway through preparations for their second game of the season this Sunday, a home tilt with the Cleveland Browns. The Saints season opener was a colossal disappointment, falling 48-40 at home to the underdog Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Particularly disappointing was an abysmal defensive performance for a unit expected to be a catalyst for a potential championship push. While one loss is certainly no reason for the team to shift into panic mode, the Saints must go back to the drawing board quickly to avoid an 0-2 start to a difficult schedule. They will be taking on a Browns team that finished 0-16 in 2017, but opened their year with a 21-21 tie last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Let's have a look at how well the reeling Saints defense may match up against an improved Cleveland offense. SAINTS PASS DEFENSE vs. BROWNS PASS OFFENSE Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty ImagesLet this sink in for a moment: New Orleans gave up 417 yards passing and 4 touchdowns on just 21 completions to Tampa's backup quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick. A truly terrifying thought Marcus Williams Jersey , since the Saints still have the likes of Matt Ryan (twice), Jared Goff, Eli Manning, Carson Wentz, and Ben Roethlisberger remaining on the schedule. A New Orleans defensive line that was expected to be among the more disruptive in the league got no sacks, and applied zero pressure on the Buccaneers quarterback. Cam Jordan, Alex Okafor, and Marcus Davenport were stymied from the edge, and neither Sheldon Rankins nor David Onyemata were able to hurry the Bucs quick rhythm game plan with an inside rush. The team's linebackers continued to get caught out of position or beaten quickly by backs and tight ends, despite offseason upgrades that were supposed to have upgraded the unit. Almost as surprising as the lack of production from the front line was the poor play of the New Orleans secondary, expected to be a formidable strength. Cornerbacks Marshon Lattimore, Ken Crawley, and Patrick Robinson, along with safety Marcus Williams, were repeatedly torched downfield by Bucs receivers Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson, Chris Godwin, and tight end O.J. Howard for nearly 23 yards per catch. Lattimore and Crawley, who shut down Evans and Jackson last season, were victimized deep repeatedly by the pair this time around, running roughshod through the Saints defense for 293 yards and 3 deep scores. Safety Vonn Bell looked lost in coverage, and was replaced by veteran Kurt Coleman in the second half, but with little success. Defensive end Cameron Jordan called his unit's performance "UNACCEPTABLE" following the game, and vowed rapid improvement for this week. Defensive coordinator Dennis Allen has alot of talented pieces to work with on his side of the ball, and we should expect a far more aggressive defensive approach this game than we saw the team open with the Buccaneers. Cleveland drafted Baker Mayfield with the first overall pick this past spring, so it's only a matter of time before he takes the reigns as the Browns starter. For now though, the job belongs to Tyrod Taylor Authentic Alvin Kamara Jersey , who was acquired from Buffalo in the offseason. Taylor completed just 15 of 40 passes with a touchdown and an interception against the Steelers, resulting in 150 yards. He was also under heavy pressure all afternoon, and was sacked seven times. He did throw a 4th quarter score to send the game into overtime and put his team in position for the game winning field goal in the final moments of the extra period, which was blocked. Taylor, a very mobile quarterback, was also his team's leading rusher, running for 77 yards and a score. He has a 22-20 record as a starter, all with Buffalo, including leading them to a playoff berth last season. He has thrown for 52 touchdowns in his career against 19 interceptions with a 61.6% completion percentage. Taylor has some talented receivers to throw to in wideouts Jarvis Landry and Josh Gordon, as well as tight end David Njoku and running back Duke Johnson. Landry, obtained in an offseason trade with Miami, was targeted 15 times by Taylor against the Steelers, catching 7 balls for 106 yards. Gordon is an immensely talented wideout who is as dangerous as any in the league, but has had problems staying on the field due to disciplinary issues, while Njoku is precisely the type of athletic tight end that tends to give the Saints defense fits down the field. Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports~ Matchup to watch: Lattimore/Crawley vs. Landry/Gordon ~The Browns wideouts are as good as any pair throughout the league, and present a challenge to the entire New Orleans secondary that matches up talent-wise, but is coming off a shockingly poor performance last week. Cam Jordan, Alex Okafor, and Marcus Davenport must get fast pressure on the Cleveland quarterback.Six of the seven sacks surrendered by the Browns last week came from the edge, but the New Orleans secondary needs to prevent the Taylor's targets from getting open quickly, something they were unable to do against the Tampa receivers. Lattimore was able to contain Landry during a week 4 contest when the latter was with the Dolphins last season, holding him to just 40 yards on six catches. SAINTS RUSH DEFENSE vs. BROWNS RUSH OFFENSE Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty ImagesThe New Orleans pass defense was kept on their heels last week in part due to their inability to shut down Tampa Bay's running attack, thus opening up play action opportunities for Fitzpatrick and freezing the Saints rushers. New Orleans held the Buccaneers to less than 3.5 yards per carry as a team, but their 112 yards and 34 rush attempts were more than enough to keep the struggling Saints defense off balance. Saints linebackers Demario Davis and A.J. Klein made some plays against Tampa's running game in the second half of last week's game, but they must establish themselves as a presence early in games to have a greater impact, along with fellow 'backers Craig Robertson, Alex Anzalone Youth Drew Brees Jersey , and Manti Te'o. Cleveland ran for 177 yards against Pittsburgh last week, although Tyrod Taylor did account for 77 of those yards. The Browns rushing attack is led by veteran Carlos Hyde, signed as a free agent from San Francisco in the offseason. Hyde is a rugged runner between the tackles who had 62 yards and a score on 22 rushes against the Steelers. Duke Johnson is an underrated all-purpose back, but the future of Cleveland's running attack likely belongs to Nick Chubb, an exciting 2nd round pick out of Georgia. Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports~ Matchup to watch: New Orleans defensive line vs. Cleveland offensive line ~The Saints must win the battle up front against a suspect Cleveland front line, something they did not do against an equally suspect Buccaneers line a week ago. Jordan, Davenport, and Okafor's ability to bring pressure against the pass as the Steelers did against the Browns last week is certainly vital to the success of the pass defense, but they must also contain Tyrod Taylor as a runner out of the pocket. The Saints allowed a far less athletic Fitzpatrick to scramble for 36 yards and a score last Sunday, and Taylor has always been a much more dangerous threat as a runner than a passer. Rankins, Onyemata, and Tyeler Davison must get fast penetration inside to blow up Cleveland backs Hyde and Chubb, who are more effective inside. If the New Orleans line can win these battles up front, then a still gelling linebacking corps can fire through gaps unencumbered to make plays in the Browns backfield. WHAT TO LOOK FOR:Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty ImagesThe New Orleans Saints came out surprisingly flat against a divisional foe on opening weekend. They were beaten in every phase defensively, and showed great frustration as the game wore on. Dennis Allen's crew has always played their best with an aggressive scheme, rather than the read-and-react approach they seemed to employ against Tampa Bay. Cleveland has some dangerous playmakers that will test the Saints coverage down the field, but expect the pro bowl caliber defenders like Marshon Lattimore, Marcus Williams, and Cam Jordan up front to have a far better showing. New Orleans held Taylor to just 9-18 passing for just 56 yards, while sacking him twice and forcing an interception when he was with Buffalo last season. Expect New Orleans to heavily pressure the Browns backfield with their front seven. They should be able to contain Cleveland's running game well enough on early downs to keep an extra safety back to help Marcus Williams in coverage support of Lattimore and Crawley. Third down stops will be key, as New Orleans allowed the Buccaneers to convert almost 62% of their chances (8/13), while Cleveland was only 5/18 (27.8%) on their 3rd down opportunities against Pittsburgh. The Saints are an angry group on defense, and they realize that they must play up to their playmaking potential if the team as a whole is going to have a successful 2018 season.
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