We’ve talked about how tough September looks for the Saints based on their opponents’ 2018 win, loss records. But there is a silver lining for the defense and now the calendar reads Sacktember.
By Roy Anderson | WhoDatDish
When schedules first came out for the 2019 Season, September looked like a gauntlet of doom for the Saints. The easiest game on the September slate looks to be the season opener on Monday Night Football in the Superdome against the AFC South-winning Houston Texans (11-5).
It just gets harder from there. Up next is a two-week stretch on the West Coast. First date is with the NFC Champion Los Angeles Rams (13-3) in an afternoon game in LA. The Saints won’t even bother coming home, spending the week in Seattle in preparation for Week 3’s contest with the Seattle Seahawks (10-6) who finished last year second in the NFC West.
The month wraps with a Sunday Night Football grudge match against the NFC East Champion Dallas Cowboys (10-6) in the Superdome. The good news is that the schedule gets considerably easier after that.
Full Story - WhoDatDish