Ugens MVP mod San Francisco 49ers

Skrevet af kangaroo

Skrevet af kangaroo

den 28. november 2022

MVP mod SF

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Det er 20 år siden Saints forlod en kamp uden at score. Offensiv var det vel et nulpunkt og dog var der muligheder for at vinde. Taysom Hill havde en chance for at gribe en TD i endzone og Alvin var “en fumble” på 1. yard linjen fra at score TD.

Vi skal nok også se med kritiske øjne på vores trænerstab. Pete Carmichael synes ikke at klare sig uden Sean Payton ved sin side.

Andy Dalton var før sæsonen hentet som back-up QB og det bør han fortsat være. Han spiller gode kampe og han spiller mange dårlige kampe (18/29 og 204 yards) ingen TD og ingen interception. Han fandt mod SF Rashid og Olave, men for ofte er han for langsom og i dag var Taysom ikke en alternativ mulighed
Hvis vi tror Jameis Winston er næste års QB bør han få chancen nu.

Alvin Kamara vil gerne, men dette er ikke hans sæson – to fumbles fra vores normalt bedste angriber
Med sit “lange” løb op langs venstre side blev Dalton vores bedste “løber” mod SF !!! (4 løb 21 yards)
Saints skal kigge på runningbacks i næste års draft. WR/TE var stabile uden at være prangende, havde set anderledes ud hvis Juwan have fanget Kamaras fumble i Endzone. Vores O-line var på papiret bedre end sidst, men fik aldrig skabt de rigtige huller til løb.

Saints identitet er FORSVAR og det var flot at holde SF på 13 point. CMC blev holdt til 32 yards på 11 løb, det var styrke og Kittle holdt på 26 yards. Kaden Elliss har virkelig vist styrke efter han skulle erstatte Pete Werner – er de to vores fremtid på LB når DeMario stopper ? – eller er de så gode fordi DeMario holder sammen på midten ?
CB klare sig hæderligt uden Lattimore, selv om Chris Harris er en “alt eller intet” spiller (frustrerende penalty)
Paulson Adebo og Alontae Taylor kan være Saints løsning på CB i mange år frem. Marcus Maye og Tyrann Matthieu er ikke langtidsholdbare, så vi skal finde nye safties (i draften). Jeg er gammel, så jeg sad og savnede Malcolm Jenkins. Tænk på udvikling af kampen hvis Tyrann havde grebet bolden i endzone og holdt SF fra at score TD ?

Uventet var Will Lutz ikke i stand til at score FG og flere pick point forsvandt fra vores Gameday Picks
Gillikin og ST havde en rimelig dag på kontoret.

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Chris Olave
Kaden Elliss
Alontae Taylor
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Ugens MVP mod San Francisco 49ers?

  • Kaden Elliss (60%, 3 Stemmer)
  • Chris Olave (20%, 1 Stemmer)
  • En anden (Skriv i kommentarerne) (20%, 1 Stemmer)
  • Alontae Taylor (0%, 0 Stemmer)

Antal, der har stemt, i alt: 3

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2 Kommentarer

  1. Ulrik Jensen

    Ja hold da op en frustrerende præstation. Jeg sad hele kampen og tænkte “Nå men vi kan stadig hente dem…” og så laver Saints fejl på fejl – efter gode drives… Men alt alt for mange små fejl der gør at Saints ikke vinder denne kamp. En kamp som var indenfor rækkevidde. Havde Lutz ramt, havde Kamara ikke fumblet, havde Saints reveiver bare grebet bolden… skulle have, ville have og burde have vinder ikke mange kampe. Æv! Nå men positivt at Falcons og Buccaneers også tabte.

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  2. kangaroo

    Fra US Today

    The New Orleans Saints dropped an extremely frustrating 13-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. It was a comedy of errors of offense and shockingly-stout showing on defense. What can we learn from this loss as the first year of the Dennis Allen era continues down its rocky path?

    Overall, we’re looking to answer three major questions to learn as much as we can: What went right, what went wrong, and what’s the bottom line?

    The defense was not at all to blame for this loss, as they were able to stifle the high powered San Francisco 49ers offense that has been on a roll. The 13 points scored was the lowest they’ve scored since Week 3 when Jimmy Garoppolo was just in his first game back as the starter.

    Linebackers Kaden Elliss and Zack Baun, something that feels crazy to say given the top of the depth chart at that position, came up some of the biggest plays of the day. Elliss lead the team with 14 tackles and an absurd 12 of those tackles being solo. Elliss will be hard to keep off the field when Pete Werner comes back, something will need to be done to have those two and Demario Davis on the field together a lot.

    It was a bounce back game for Paulson Adebo, a much needed one at that. He was credited with two passes defended on the day, but that number felt a bit higher upon first watch. With Marshon Lattimore coming back soon, Adebo needed to fight for his starting job and with today’s performance felt like it might have been what he needed. Alontae Taylor didn’t play bad, though, he would’ve had a big interception before it got called back for holding on Chris Harris Jr.

    As for a positive on offense, Chris Olave continues to be a stellar receiver. He’s well on his way to becoming a premiere receiver in this league, he entered the week sixth in NFC receiving yards. He should be the front-runner for offensive rookie of the year, without a doubt. He would’ve had a better day if anyone had any idea of what a catch is in the year 2022.

    Pretty much anything that could have gone wrong for the Saints today, did. Turnovers, crazy catches by opponents, poor play calling and poor officiating all reared their ugly heads during Sunday’s game.

    Starting with an obvious one off of the stat sheet, the Saints could not get the run game going at all. It was a weak game overall for the offensive line, but the run game is what stuck out like a sore thumb. Andy Dalton led the team in rushing yards, which is just unacceptable. The team averaged just 2.9 yards per carry, a number that was propped up by Dalton.

    Alvin Kamara had one of his worst games of his career. He had just seven rushes for just 13 yards. He did have six receptions for 37 yards, but that solid number is completely wiped out by his two lost fumbles. That’s now four lost fumbles for him this year, matching his career high from back in 2019. One of those fumbles came inches from the goal line, a much needed score that could have completely flipped this game on its head.

    The poor run game could have contributed to the poor play-calling, but that last fumble by Kamara could have been wiped out soon after. However, the Saints offense stalled after four straight incomplete passes from the four-yard line.

    I just didn’t see the logic in trying four straight passes there, when you’ve been struggling with redzone passes. To be fair to Andy Dalton, a number of his completions were not his fault. There were some throw that should have absolutely been caught, but were dropped.

    His biggest blunders aren’t always the throws he doesn’t make. I think the worst part of the Dalton experience might be the throws that he does make sometimes. His tendency to throw behind the sticks on third-down is way worse when compounded by the conservative play-calling of Dennis Allen that refuses to go for it until the last possible second.

    It feels crazy to say this week-after-week, but the Saints are still very much in the race for first place of the NFC South. The Saints are 4-8, which makes that seem crazy, but the rest of the division is a mess as well. Both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Atlanta Falcons lost on the day. With the second Bucs game coming up next Monday, the Saints can still scratch and crawl their way to a playoff berth. Being without their first-round pick, the Saints have no reason to try and drop any games so they might as well go for gold.

    They’re getting healthier and healthier, the defense is playing as good as it has all season. There are a lot issues with this team, but Dennis Allen still have plenty of opportunities to grow the faith for the future. There have been some young stars shining during the rough times, which is sometimes all you can ask for.

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