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Saints ready to thrive offensively with the three headed monster backfield

The New Orleans Saints were one of the most active teams this off-season through free agency and trades and while many of the teams moves and decisions have left the Who Dat Nation divided one series of moves that has arguably been met with the most criticism is the acquiring of veteran running back Adrian Peterson, followed by the Draft day trade to acquire rookie running back Alvin Kamara out of Tennessee. Aside from some fans having issues with Peterson’s character issues or possibly his questionable durability I’m at a loss as to why fans are unfavorable towards this series of moves. For any Saints fan who really watched the games from 2009-2011 this off-season screamed of wanting to get back to the dynamic Payton once possessed of having a 3 headed monster in the back-field that he can constantly switch in and out through his packages to always leave the defense at a disadvantage and trying to adjust on the fly to whomever is in the game at one particular moment This is an article that could go on for quite a long time breaking down formations and match-ups comparing the possibilities of this year’s Saints offense to that of 2009 or 2011, so I’ll keep it simple and hope that my point can be made without needing to break it down completely

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How the Saints offense might evolve in 2017

Every year that Sean Payton and Drew Brees have been in the NBA they have either subtly or drastically changed the offense from year to year. While some elements remain constant, and the overall construction remains the same (because its all build around Drew Brees being awesome), which areas are accentuated changes from year to year. Certain years have more change than others though.

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Intel on Saints 3rd round pick DE Trey Hendrickson from Sun Sentinel Sports Writer @MDeFranks

Matthew DeFranks is a sports writer for the Sun Sentinel  that is a football expert when it comes to anything Florida Atlantic related. Think of him as the Nick Underhill of that neck of the woods.

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Intel on Saints 3rd round pick DE Trey Hendrickson from Sun Sentinel Sports Writer @MDeFranks

The Mark Ingram hate has to stop

This is a tough time in the year to come up with topics for a post. I usually belt out top 10 lists in hopes it gets us closer to training camp.

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The Mark Ingram hate has to stop

Saints Happy Hour Podcast: Saints bring back a Bush and Corner Bracket Continues

Rummage through your closet and pull out the #25 Bush jersey kids, Rafael Bush is BAAACK! It might not seem like a big signing but Andrew explains why the Saints really needed a 3rd safety. Chase Daniel is returning too! WE ARE GETTING THE BAND BACK TOGETHER! Ralph feels bad for all these NFL veterans getting HOSED in free agency. Malcolm Butler still not a Saint

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Most pressing Saints roster needs after the Brandin Cooks trade

The Saints had a number of holes going into free agency, this much we knew. They filled a big one signing Larry Warford to bolster their interior offensive line. Signing Ted Ginn, Jr

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Saints Happy Hour Podcast: Has Brandin Cooks Been Traded Yet?

Well God Damn, the Brandin Cooks situation escalated quickly. Is Cooks losing his mind on Snapchat torpedoing his trade value? What do Mike Thomas and Willie Snead tweets mean?

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Saints Nation Mailbag 2/25/17

Thanks to all that participated!   @SaintsNationBlg WILL SAINTS DRAFT A QB IN THE DRAFT? IS FOURNETTE ANYWHERE IN THE SAINTS TARGETS FOR 2017 — vincent thompson sr.

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Saints Nation Mailbag 2/25/17

2017 NFL Draft: Jeff Ireland’s Influence on Saints’ Draft Tendencies

After an embarrassing string of unsuccessful drafts extending from 2007 through 2014, the New Orleans Saints brought in ex-Miami Dolphins’ game manager, Jeff Ireland, to act as their assistant general manager.  Unlike Loomis, the general manager, Ireland’s expertise is based on his scouting knowledge and draft strategy.  Although the entire Saints’ scouting staff received a massive overhaul in 2015, Ireland’s presence has undoubtedly been felt.  Ireland has only been with the team for two offseasons but both the 2015 and 2016 draft classes have shown promise.  Before we jump into my overall takeaways, let’s recap the previous 4 drafts that Ireland has participated in (two in Miami and two in New Orelans).   2013 Players Drafted (Miami) Pick 3 – Dion Jordan – EDGE – Oregon Pick 54 – Jamar Taylor – CB – Boise State Pick 77 – Dallas Thomas – T – Tennessee Pick 93 – Will Davis – CB – Utah State Pick 104 – Jelani Jenkins – LB – Florida Pick 106 – Dion Sims – TE – Michigan State Pick 164 – Mike Gillislee – RB – Florida Pick 166 – Caleb Sturgis – K – Florida Pick 250 – Don Jones – SS – Arkansas State SUMMARY : Ireland has admitted that he didn’t expect Oakland to accept his trade offer for the 3 rd overall pick and he and his scouting staff were still undecided on the player they would select when they made the move.  I find it pretty irresponsible to propose a trade to move from 12 all the way up to 3 without much of a game-plan or player in mind.  However, only giving up a 1 st (12) and a 2 nd (42) to make that move was a bargain simply based on pick value.  Dion Jordan was an extremely gifted prospect but injuries and performance enhancing drugs wrecked his career.  This was one of Jeff Ireland’s riskiest picks and it did not pay off.  Jamar Taylor never lived up to his physical capabilities in Miami, although he did become one of the league’s more promising corners when he was traded to the Browns.  Dallas Thomas was a solid prospect heading into the draft with 4 years of starting experience for North Dakota State.  Injuries were a concern and in retrospect, warranted.  Although he occasionally flashed potential, Thomas has not developed as well as the Dolphins would have hoped.  Next, Ireland traded up and selected Will Davis out of Utah.  Davis has since been cut and is currently without a team.  Once again, Ireland traded up to select Jelani Jenkins.  Jenkins has been a solid contributor starting 33 games over the last 4 seasons.  Dion Sims, used mostly as an in-line tight end, has been a consistent presence for the Dolphins starting 22 games over the last 4 seasons. Gillislee, Sturgis and Jones are no longer on the Dolphin’s active roster.

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A fake Joe Vitt letter to the fans

Good Afternoon Saints Nation, Joe Vitt here. Lots of you are probably excited I got fired the other day. You can all get #$^$^^.

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A fake Joe Vitt letter to the fans