By John Sigler | Saintswire
We’re two games into the 2020 NFL season, and the New Orleans Saints have not gotten much of a return out of their draft class. That was expected (to a point) when they only made four selections, citing the depth of their well-experienced roster, but you’d still think they would at least try and find ways to add players who can help right away. Especially in a season that looks more and more like the end of the line for Drew Brees.
Let’s take a deep dive into every position group’s snap counts against the Las Vegas Raiders:
QB Drew Brees: 60/60 (100%)
RB Alvin Kamara: 41/60 (68%)
RB Latavius Murray: 16/60 (27%)
QB Taysom Hill: 14/60 (23%)
RB Ty Montgomery: 6/60 (10%)
FB Michael Burton: 2/60 (3%)
This was a great Kamara game, and he posted his highest yards from scrimmage total (174) since a road win over the New York Giants on Sept. 30, 2018. He’s looking more like his old self, which is great to see on the heels of his big new contract extension. ...
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