The problem if hes doing his job you not going here much about him. Games the D played great he prolly had a good game. His does 2 negatives thinga to me that stand out to me. He seems to get either caught day dreaming or tries to make a big play and follows the welng receiver leaving his zone. Hes really young i would stick with him. I think jenkins going help his progress. Lattimore also.I think Jenk will help too.
Just don’t recall seeing too many positive game changing plays form Marcus. But it matters not what I or anyone else feels about him as a safety. We will all root for him as he’s a Saint.
I hated losing Ingram last year and Bell this year, but the Saints could not have handled the situations any better. Made them fair offers and moved on to plan B when the player decided to test his value in the open market. Only thing worse than losing both players would have been not signing competent replacements.It's because these guys think they can get more and have to settle for less cause the Saints don't wait.
I like our approach. We can't sit here and wait and miss out while waiting.
I’ll continue to pull for him and hope he morphs into the next Ed Reed, at that point I’ll gladly eat crow.10 with 2 forced fumbles. Marcus Williams is a good player that just has had a few mistakes at crucial times. There's not 5 free safeties better than him in the league.
Exactly. A box safety is basically a linebacker.Eh I understood some people are a little upset over this but I'm keeping in mind Box Safety is right up there with SAM Backer as the least valuable, and most easily replaceable position on Defense.
I believe most on this board would have liked for him to come back, but definitely not at any more than $7.5 mil per year.