This is what I noticed. In ONE game Brees actually looked his way on a few throws. I can't say that for the others you mentioned.At the very least... Callaway looked like a competent fill-in should Harris need to miss any additional time/games. He was decisive, and displayed solid vision on returns.
He also looked to be a serviceable WR in deep sets... and he appears to have earned Brees’ trust more so than Carr, LJH, or Hogan ever did with their chances...
He reminds me more of Keith “Kirky” Kirkwood more than Colston... if Kirky could’ve returned kicks.
That could have something to do with CGM being out too though.This is what I noticed. In ONE game Brees actually looked his way on a few throws. I can't say that for the others you mentioned.
I was thinking that and was going to edit my post but I guess we'll see. Hope he continues to trust Sanders as well when Thomas comes back.That could have something to do with CGM being out too though.
It will be interesting to see if Brees largely ignores his other options once Michael Thomas returns... and if not, if Thomas starts chirping because he’s not getting all of the looks
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