Marcus Davenport unsatisfied with two-sack day vs. Buccaneers (1 Viewer)

By John Sigler | Saints Wire

Most pass rushers would be happy to turn in two sacks and a forced fumble after a day in the office. That’s not the case for Marcus Davenport, last year’s first-round pick by the New Orleans Saints. He’s still a work in progress, but Davenport’s come a long way from the unrefined player who couldn’t set himself in a three-point stance. After tearing up the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he still sees room for improvement.

“I don’t like missing things so no, not really,” Davenport said when asked if he was pleased with the progress he’s made, five games into his second season in New Orleans. In addition to his two sacks, Davenport logged three other quarterback hits to maintain his grip on the team lead — he’s hit opposing passers 11 times, putting a wide berth between himself and the second-best Saints player (Cameron Jordan, who has been credited with 7 hits). ...

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