Pretty sure we saw the character of the team when the starting QB threw a play away and then threw a tantrum because he felt a receiver didn't run his clear-out hard enough even though the guy he was clearing out for was wide open.Why has the team been hiding its character until now?
Fear should never dictate one’s actions. Life’s all about risk. No difference in this scenario. Especially when the thing we’re holding onto isn’t working.
Look at Arizona, New England, Chicago...it could be way, way worse.
Umm, just who would that be???The judgment and competence of team management will be tested over the next seven games.
In early January, someone above Loomis in the organizational structure will need to sit Loomis down to tell him that the direction the team has been going in is unacceptable; that at the very least major changes must be made; and that now is a good time to assess whether he should step aside and allow a new generation to run team operations.
Dennis Lauscha, Saints President.Umm, just who would that be???
Sounds like an empty title to me. When has Lauscha done anything independent of Loomis regarding the Saints' decision-making? I'm not trying to be funny but he sounds like a financial guy more than anything.There are two people above Loomis. Dennis Lauscha is the president of both the Saints and the Pelicans. He is above both Loomis and David Griffin. And then there is the owner and chief executive officer, Gayle Benson.