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All eyes are on Marshon Lattimore on first Saints injury report

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By Kade Kistner | Saints Wire

The New Orleans Saints will travel to Tampa Bay to take on the Buccaneers in a Week 11 NFC South showdown. This will be the second matchup between the two teams, the first being a 31-24 Saints victory in Week 5.

The injury report this week will be crucially important as all eyes will be on cornerback Marshon Lattimore after a hamstring injury during Week 10. Lattimore has proven to be the best secondary player on the Saints defense, and with Buccaneer’s wideout Mike Evans lurking, an additional challenge has been wrinkled in to the Saints’ game plan.

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Could Teddy Bridgewater be the Buccaneers quarterback in 2020?

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By Colin Liotta | Bucs Wire

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter Sunday looking to avenge their Week 5 loss, when New Orleans Saints backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater torched the Bucs secondary for 314 yards and four touchdowns in a 31-24 New Orleans win.

This week, however, Bridgewater will be watching from the sideline now that incumbent starter Drew Brees is back from a thumb injury.

While the Buccaneers won’t be facing Bridgewater in Week 11, they should keep an eye on him this offseason as a potential replacement for Jameis Winston, according to NFL.com analyst David Carr.

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What will the Saints do without Andrus Peat?

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By John Sigler | Saints Wire

The New Orleans Saints offensive line took a hit on Wednesday when starting left guard Andrus Peat underwent surgery to repair a broken arm, putting him on the sidelines for about six weeks. So where do they go from here?

Peat’s immediate replacement is backup guard Will Clapp, who filled in for him during Sunday’s loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Clapp is a second-year player out of LSU with experience at both guard and center, though the Saints prefer him at guard. He allowed a few sacks to the swarming Falcons defense after being rushed into action.

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AP source: Peat has surgery on broken arm, out about 6 weeks

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By Brett Martel (AP) | Odessa American

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — New Orleans Saints starting left guard Andrus Peat has had surgery to repair a broken arm and is expected to be sidelined about six weeks, said a person familiar with the situation.

The person spoke to The Associated Press Wednesday on condition of anonymity because the extent of Peat’s injury and his surgery has not been announced. ESPN first reported details of the surgery.

The 2018 Pro Bowl selection was injured during the first half of Sunday’s 26-9 loss to Atlanta.

Peat was New Orleans’ first-round draft choice in 2015 and has started 59 of the 64 career games he’s played.

Although Saints players did not indicate whether they’d been briefed on the specifics of Peat’s injury or his estimated absence, they addressed the likelihood of having to play multiple games without him after he’d missed Wednesday’s practice.

“It’s a loss for us, for sure. Andrus is playing well, he has a lot of experience,” Saints left tackle Terron Armstead said.

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Bucs DB Davis returning from injury vs. Saints

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TAMPA, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won't be forced to start two rookie cornerbacks against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints Sunday. Bucs coach Bruce Arians said starting cornerback Carlton Davis will play, seeing his first action since suffering a hip injury two weeks ago in warmups against the Seattle Seahawks.

Jamel Dean, who played just three defensive snaps prior to the game, replaced him in Seattle and surrendered three touchdowns in a 40-34 overtime...
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Saints desperately need a deep threat

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Pro football Focus recently posted some eye-opening stats that illustrate how little the Saints have been able to stretch the field this season. Both Teddy Bridgewater and Drew Brees sit at the bottom of the league with regard to their average depth of target (6.2 yards). Brees is currently ranked 28th in air yards per target (5.3) while Bridgewater is ranked second to last in the same category (4.8).

Though Brees currently ranks first in completion percentage...
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New Orleans Saints vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bold Predictions

  • News source: Chris Dunnells
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It’s a pretty common occurrence for fans and analysts to make bold predictions about a game or season. If the prediction doesn’t come true, then that’s OK - you said it was bold! If it DOES come true, though... now you look like a genius!

So in that spirit, some of the Canal Street Chronicles writers were asked to share with me a bold prediction or two for the Week 11 of the regular season for the New Orleans Saints: on the road to face the division rival Tampa Bay...
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Saints won’t be at Colin Kaepernick’s workout

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The NFL released a list of 11 teams that have committed to sending representatives to the workout the NFL arranged for Colin Kaepernick on Saturday and other teams are reportedly going to have someone there as well, but the Saints won’t be one of them.

Saints head coach Sean Payton addressed the team’s plans on Thursday and said that they weren’t planning to have anyone checking out the event. Payton cited a quarterback depth chart featuring Drew Brees, Teddy...
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New Orleans at Tampa Bay Matchups: Saints offense vs. Buccaneers defense

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The New Orleans Saints were supposed to return from a bye week last Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. Someone forgot to tell this to a large portion of the team, however, as the Saints floundered their way to a 26-9 loss to their arch-rivals. Particularly troublesome was the lack of offensive balance and overall production against Atlanta. New Orleans had just 11 rushing attempts in a game that was well within reach until late in the fourth quarter and struggled to...
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How can Saints move on? Win three division games in 12 days

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METAIRIE, La. -- Drew Brees summed up the most surprising loss of the 2019 NFL season in one word.

“Unacceptable,” Brees said, loudly slamming his fist into the palm of his other hand for added emphasis when he was reminded that the New Orleans Saints had never scored so few points at home in the Superdome since he and Sean Payton arrived in 2006.

“There you go. Unacceptable.”

Fortunately, the Saints (7-2) built up enough of a cushion during the first half of this...
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Steelers vs. Browns: Thursday Night Football open thread

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The Cleveland Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers in tonight’s AFC North matchup. Both teams are having disappointing seasons, considering their playoff expectations, but hey, at least they're not Cincy. Can Baker Mayfield get his team on track? Will the Pittsburgh defense shut down the Browns? Let’s tune in and find out!

Enjoy the game with the CSC family and join the thread below!
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Superdome of another name? Mercedes-Benz sponsorship up to Saints when contract ends

  • News source: BY JEFF NOWAK | Staff writer
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The Mercedes-Benz Superdome has rolled off the tongue for the better part of a decade, but the iconic piece of New Orleans's skyline and the team that uses it will have a big decision to make in the next few seasons.

The 10-year naming rights contract with the German car manufacturer is up in 2021. And the decision for its renewal or a deal with another brand will be up to the Saints, said Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District board chairman Kyle France on...
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Saints CB Marshon Lattimore wins NFL's Week 10 Way to Play award

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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Before New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore went to the locker room with his hamstring injury in Week 10, he drew some positive attention to his playmaking, winning the league's weekly NFL Way to Play award.

The award came after he recognized how Atlanta threw a screen pass to wideout Julio Jones. Lattimore pivoted toward Jones as the Falcon was trying to catch the ball, but Lattimore lowered his helmet right on the ball to deflect the pass. Lattimore...
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Saints up to the challenge of potentially playing without Marshon Lattimore

  • News source: BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
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One snap.

That's all the rest Marshon Lattimore had through the first eight games of the season.

The New Orleans Saints starting cornerback, the one who usually travels with the opposing team's premier receiver, has helped shut down Pro Bowl wideouts like Houston's DeAndre Hopkins, Dallas' Amari Cooper, Tampa Bay's Mike Evans and Atlanta's Julio Jones.

Even then, only 55.9% of passes thrown to receivers he's covering have resulted in a catch.

"Everybody feeds...
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Saints at Buccaneers Thursday Injury Report: Marshon Lattimore Misses Second Day

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For the Saints CB Marshon Lattimore (Hamstring), Deonte Harris (Hamstring), and G Andrus Peat (Forearm) all miss the second day of practice.

Zach Line (Knee) and LB Demario Davis (Hamstring). were limited

Patrick Robinson (Hamstring) was full.

For The Buccaneers CB M.J. Stewart (Knee), and LB Anthony Nelson (Hamstring) did not practice.

CB Carlton Davis (Hip), and LB Carl Nassib (Groin) were limited.

G Ali Marpet (Ankle) and T Demar Dotson (NIR) were full.
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Superdome renovation FAQ: Will work impact Saints games? How long will it take? More...

  • News source: BY JEFF NOWAK | Staff writer
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As an extensive, multi-year renovation of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome inches closer to reality -- questions abound.

From why it's happening to what to expect relative to Saints games and other major events, the Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District provided several key answers as it unanimously approved the first phase of the project and provided architectural renderings at it's Thursday meeting.

The first phase of the $450 million project will begin next year...
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