4th Year Vet
- Oct 29, 2016
- Reaction score
- Oberlin, LA
The Saints came from behind to beat the Chargers 19-17 after a fourth quarter rally engineered, in part, by quarterback Taysom Hill. That gave the Saints their first pre-season win and some momentum heading back home to New Orleans, but it may have been a pyrrhic victory.
Yesterday's game vs the Chargers evidently added to our camp M*A*S*H unit.
With Anzalone already out with a mystery ding, losing Robertson for any length of time is a tough pill to swallow."Craig, talking to the trainers, felt like he heard something pop," McAllister relayed. "So we'll have to see what his status is."
It's unlikely the public will learn much about these injuries, unless they indeed turn out to be serious enough to land a player on the team's injured reserve list.
Did the Saints have a hand full of injuries that potentially wreck depth and special teams? Check.
Mario Edwards missing time would be a huge blow. He's slotted to be THE rotational guy on our interior and possibly even the edge of our defensive line.Add injuries to offensive lineman Michael Ola, Chris Clark, linebacker Vince Biegel, and defensive lineman Mario Edwards Jr. and suddenly we have a lengthy list of things fans hate most about August football; injuries.
I think I remember the announcers saying that Biegel's issue seemed to be cramps. Clark leaving on a cart wearing an air-cast pretty much sums it up for him. I believe Ola walked off the field without assistance.
Thing is... I don't recall Robertson or Edwards getting hurt during the game. Regardless, lets pray for a speedy recovery and health for the rest of our team the rest of the way.