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Taysom will have first crack at the backup job, but with Sanders signing, to fully maximize this high power offense it will require Hill getting in the field frequently, and if he is on the field frequently we will need a solid backup quarterback.

While Jameis Winston isn’t a top shelf qb, he can certainly slide into the Teddy Bridgewater spot, bringing experience and untapped potential. With him sitting behind Brees, and having Pete and Sean in his ear (rather than whoever he had in TB), he could take his game to another level. Throw in the fact that he will be coming from a division rival, it would be the complete divisional coup de grâce.
 

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Taysom will have first crack at the backup job, but with Sanders signing, to fully maximize this high power offense it will require Hill getting in the field frequently, and if he is on the field frequently we will need a solid backup quarterback.

While Jameis Winston isn’t a top shelf qb, he can certainly slide into the Teddy Bridgewater spot, bringing experience and untapped potential. With him sitting behind Brees, and having Pete and Sean in his ear (rather than whoever he had in TB), he could take his game to another level. Throw in the fact that he will be coming from a division rival, it would be the complete divisional coup de grâce.
people kill me with blind hate. This guy has played for one of the WORST owners in all of football with zero consistency, a snake for an offensive coordinator then turned coach, zero o line his entire duration, no run game, porous defense every year, needed eye surgery, and STILL went out and improved each year. I would be ecstatic to have him as the heir to brees. Matter of fact I feel he could be much better than teddy and I loved teddy in this offense.
 
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Taysom will have first crack at the backup job, but with Sanders signing, to fully maximize this high power offense it will require Hill getting in the field frequently, and if he is on the field frequently we will need a solid backup quarterback.

While Jameis Winston isn’t a top shelf qb, he can certainly slide into the Teddy Bridgewater spot, bringing experience and untapped potential. With him sitting behind Brees, and having Pete and Sean in his ear (rather than whoever he had in TB), he could take his game to another level. Throw in the fact that he will be coming from a division rival, it would be the complete divisional coup de grâce.
Honestly I think it would be an underrated move. I read that this offseason he got his vision fixed. No wonder the dude has been throwing into double coverage he couldn’t see lol
 

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Let's be realistic here. If Winston is signed to the Saints he's the heir to Brees. He threw for 5,000 yards with bad eyes and no pass protection. Sean Payton would turn him into a star.
I agree with this if the Saints signed him. I respect the ability of our front office and coaching staff. I think Winston would be a potential great signing for the Saints.
 

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Let's be realistic here. If Winston is signed to the Saints he's the heir to Brees. He threw for 5,000 yards with bad eyes and no pass protection. Sean Payton would turn him into a star.
Winston is a blind Peyton Manning stuck within a horrible organization. He is that talented. I feel he would be a safe bet on a career resurgence with the right fit
 

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