Top five observations on the New Orleans Saints' offense from this week's minicamp (1 Viewer)


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The New Orleans Saints have now wrapped up their three-day minicamp and three full weeks of offseason practice sessions. Here are my top five observations on their offense to this point:

1. RUNNING BACK ROTATION: Judging any improvement in the Saints' ground game, one of the Saints' biggest flaws from last season, may not be fully possible after two weeks of organized team activities and one week of minicamp.

So we'll go by what we've seen cosmetically.

Pierre Thomas and Darren Sproles have been receiving the vast majority of the snaps with the first-team offense during these last three weeks of workouts and practices. Thomas, predictably, tallied most of the carries when comparing Sproles' workload as a traditional running back with Sproles wearing different hats depending on the play called. Continued...

By Larry Holder / Times-Picayune

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