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2017 Saints Year in Review: DE Hau’oli Kikaha

It’ll be interesting to see if Kikaha can stay healthy next year. You never want to throw the term “injury-prone” around lightly with a player, but after an injury history that includes season-ending injury and getting placed on IR each of the last two years, it’s hard not to think that DE/LB Hau’oli Kikahi might be a consistent injury risk. Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports Kikaha entered the NFL in 2015 playing primarily as a Linebacker, racking up tackles (with 51 total tackles)...

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Saints 2017 Year in Review: Max Unger

Max Unger led one of the best offensives lines in the NFL. Max Unger started all 16 games in the 2017-18 season and bolstered one of the best rushing attacks in the National Football League, which ranked 5th in total rush yards in the NFL. The Saints averaged 129.4 rush yards per game, which also ranked 5th in the league. Before the season started, one of the questions would be the strength of the Saints offensive line and the depth. The Saints proved week in and week out that they had one...

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Saints 2017 Year in Review: Max Unger

Max Unger led one of the best offensives lines in the NFL.

Max Unger started all 16 games in the 2017-18 season and bolstered one of the best rushing attacks in the National Football League, which ranked 5th in total rush yards in the NFL. The Saints averaged 129.4 rush yards per game, which also ranked 5th in the league.

Before the season started, one of the questions would be the strength of the Saints offensive line and the depth. The Saints proved week in and week out that they had one...

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Saints Morning Break for Monday, February 19

Taking a look at Internet coverage of the Saints and the NFL.

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The Saints offensive line was a cut above in 2017

The most unheralded unit of a football team is their offensive line. Now the Saints o-line is getting the attention they truly deserve. The New Orleans Saints offensive line has been a work in progress for a few years. In 2017 they showed that they’ve become one of the best units in the league. And […] The Saints offensive line was a cut above in 2017 - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Saints: Everyone’s talking about Alvin Kamara

He’s only been in the NFL for one year, but the Saints have a legitimate star on their hands with Alvin Kamara. Get used to it. There is a lot of buzz around the NFL regarding Saints running back Alvin Kamara. And every bit of it is justified. In just one year he’s gone from […] Saints: Everyone’s talking about Alvin Kamara - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Rankins, Onyemata give Saints a second-year surge at defensive tackle

Young players such as Sheldon Rankins, Tyeler Davison and David Onyemata have the Saints in good shape at defensive tackle.

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Saints pre-Combine 7-Round Mock Draft

The Saints get key upgrades and depth on defense while grabbing a couple of new toys for the offense

It’s mock draft time of the year. I plan on doing another mock after the combine and one more before the draft. So, much can change from now until the draft, but as for now these are the players I believe will fit with the New Orleans Saints and will be available at the time of their picks. If the Saints can hit in this draft the way they have the last two years, then the NFL better watch...

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Saints: Ryan Ramczyk, Marcus Williams players to watch in 2018

Pro Football Focus has called Ryan Ramczyk and Marcus Williams players to watch in 2018. Who Dat Nation already knows. Who Dat Dish already talked about a recent post from Pro Football Focus listing their Top 101 NFL players of 2018. The Saints placed five on that list: Cameron Jordan, Michael Thomas, Alvin Kamara, Marshon […] Saints: Ryan Ramczyk, Marcus Williams players to watch in 2018 - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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Saints Morning Break for Sunday, February 18

Taking a look at Internet coverage of the Saints and the NFL.

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Saints Morning Break for Saturday, February 17

Taking a look at Internet coverage of the Saints and the NFL.

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QB notes: Brees, McCarron, Winston

Last offseason, the Bengals offered quarterback AJ McCarron to the Jets. The team ultimately declined the trade, but ESPN.com’s Rich Cimini believes the organization could have more interest in the free agent this offseason.The writer believes McCarron is the team’s backup plan to Kirk Cousins, and he anticipates that the 2014 fifth-rounder will receive a deal that exceeds Mike Glennon‘s three-year, $45MM contract ($18.5MM guaranteed) from last year. Ultimately, considering the Jets...

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John Sigler

Fleur-de-Links: Saturday, February 17

There’s only 68 days to go until the 2018 NFL Draft.

Another day, another set of links to cover the New Orleans Saints and the NFL-at-large. Here’s what’s in the news:

Twitter

Five finalists to host 2019 or 2020 NFL Draft: Cleveland/Canton, Tennessee, Kansas City, Denver, and Las Vegas.

Winners expected to be announced at May spring meeting.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 15, 2018

DREW BREES APPRECIATION TWEET @Saints

Led the league in:
passing yards 7x
completions 6x

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Until he re-signs, Brees is the top free-agent quarterback

Most regard Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins as the best available free-agent quarterback. And that probably will be the case, when March 14 rolls around. For now, however, there’s an even better quarterback set to hit the open market. It’s Drew Brees. Signed to a six-year, $60 million deal by the Saints 12 years ago as [more]

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Saints place five in Pro Football Focus Top 101

Whether you agree with the methodology, Pro Football Focus is the go to. And they’ve placed five Saints in their year-end Top 101 in the NFL. Love them or hate them, Pro Football Focus is the go to for people looking for qualitative analysis on players in the NFL. Whether it be the casual fan, […] Saints place five in Pro Football Focus Top 101 - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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If Drew Brees will consider leaving, Browns could make an enormous offer

Drew Brees has said repeatedly this offseason that he has no interest in playing for any team other than the Saints. But with each passing day, Brees gets one day closer to his contract with the Saints expiring. Which means that with each passing day, we’re one day closer to some team being able — [more]

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Despite the gamble, Saints should pursue a defensive end in free agency

Bleacher Report recently did  piece on possible free agency busts for 2018. Two were defensive ends the Saints should pursue. High risk or not. With the current NFL free agent market, there’s always the risk that you’ll pay high and get little in return. Per a recent story from Bleacher Report, two defensive ends the […] Despite the gamble, Saints should pursue a defensive end in free agency - Who Dat Dish - Who Dat Dish - A New Orleans Saints Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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John Sigler

Fleur-de-Links: Friday, February 16

Your latest links on all things New Orleans Saints.

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#Saints players views from #MardiGras!

( : @camjordan94, @Cantguardmike, @jhardee_19, @A_kamara6, @shonrp2, @TedGinnJr_19) pic.twitter.com/lNUFKyHQ1A

— New Orleans Saints (@Saints) February 14, 2018

Slowly but surely...? #StupLyfe #54 #ComeBackSZN #WhoDat @saints @ACLrecoveryCLUB pic.twitter.com/Oc7CsBRVa2

— Nathan Stupar (@thenastynate54) February 15, 2018

New Orleans @Saints @ThomasMorstead talks about the big...

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Fleur-de-Links: Friday, February 16

Your latest links on all things New Orleans Saints. Twitter Word on the Street Saints' Alvin Kamara and Marshon Lattimore crush Mardi Gras - New Orleans Saints- ESPNMost celebrities smile and wave during the Mardi Gras parade, but the Saints' dynamic rookies opted for a more immersive experience. Saints ready to pick Drew Brees' heir but may lack draft ammo - New Orleans Saints Blog- ESPNBrees and the Saints aren't likely to part ways soon, but that doesn't mean the team shouldn't feel...

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Baker Mayfield Scouting Report | Big 12 QB Myth

Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield is a polarizing topic amongst fans, analysts and scouts. He’s the love/hate player of this year’s draft, and while some QBs struggle in chaos, Mayfield sees chaos as a ladder.

Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield is going in the top ten of the NFL draft, or isn’t worth bringing onto your team, depending on who you ask. Some have gone as far as to say he’s “the next Johnny Manziel” which was a contributing factor to Kyle Crabbs of NDT Scouting writing an entire...

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