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In this episode, we're gonna be going over saints.
We're going to recap last night's game States loses 37. 30.
Be honest with the safe Did play well.
But the truth of the matter is it was the defense that had ah, lot of breakdowns.
It was just a classic battle between, um, Aaron Rodgers and through Greece.
One of these, uh, both of these two are Hall of Famers.
Um, once their careers end so once again, states lose 37.
30 we will recap.
What happened will give you Sean Payton.
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Once again, Um, lose 37.
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Okay, once again, 37.
30 with your final score.
Saints, um, are now one or two.
They will take on the Green Bay Packers.
Just not the Green Bay Packers.
The Detroit Lions.
This coming Sunday noon.
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Let's go ahead and recap.
What happened in this game? So we are recapping what happened.
So if you're in here, you wanna talk, say football.
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So once again, um And then later on tonight we'll have l s u L s u preview will preview the Vanderbilt Commodores.
That will be after Monday night coaches shows.
So once again, we'll recap What happened? Let's go ahead and give you those recaps.
UM, let's begin our scoring plays first scoring play.
The Packers scored on a They scored.
The first touchdown was Template um, 35 yard drive.
It was a field goal was three nothin.
Then the Saints scored again, UH, was sort of foreplay.
77 yard drive took two minutes and 23 seconds.
It was 73 Then Mason Crosby kicked the field goal that was on 12 plays and 60 yards.
Took five minutes and 55 seconds off the town possession.
So once again, it was, um, 7376 So then the same scored, um Packer scored on the Alan Russell five yard pass from Aaron Rodgers that was on three plays, 50 yards, so made it 37.
Then the Saints cut the lead to three on the 45 yard field goal by Will Lutz.
That was on 11 plays.
49 yards was 13 to 10 and then manual Sanders had a 10 yard touchdown catch on 11 players.
61 yard drive took two minutes and 34 seconds off the time possession.
So it was 17 13 Saints and then, um uh, Erin Jones, that one, your score.
Seven plays, 75 yards.
Took two minutes and two seconds off the clock.
And also 12 58 was the scoring plan Both.
That was in the third quarter.
So it was 22 17.
And, well, Lux comes in and kicks a field goal.
That was from 35 yards away.
Five minutes and 55 seconds.
Was the scoring play time 12 players.
703 was the town possession.
So they took seven off the time.
Ah, possession in that game.
Once again, it was 2020.
And then, um um, Lois had a 18 yard pass from, um Aaron Rodgers took sixth place, 75 yards, three minutes and 38 seconds off the time um 2.
17 was the scoring play time, it was 27 20.
Then, in the third quarter, Saints tied the game of 27 so this game was absolutely competitive.
Alvin Kamara had a 50 to pass play for touchdowns.
So, um, that was on three plays, 75 yards.
That amazing cross be kicked.
A 49 yard field goal that was on seven plays.
26 yards made it 30 to 27 then, um uh, uh Traore in had a one yard score.
Seven plays, 60 yard, 64 yard drive.
Took four minutes and 30 six seconds off the clock.
Once again, it was 37 27 then sent scored on the last, um, kick the field goal that was on nine plays, 59 yards.
So once again, final score theme.
The Tom was four hours and 11 minutes paid the tensions with 7 48.
So they only had 748 fans.
So that was not original fans, people that I was with families and stuff.
So let's go ahead and give you a, um, recap was giving the stat recap give you the stat.
Recaps okay on first down, State said.
Packers A 24 the most of the first house that the States had came on passes.
14 passes, five runs.
And then the Packers had, um, let's see.
Six passes, six runs, 14 passes.
So six passes and 14 runs third down efficiency.
The third down efficiency.
The Packers was five for 11 for 45 in the States.
Same, um, Packers went one for two, or, UM UM, 4000 conversions.
And also the Saints went one for one.
Um, Saints had total of 397 yards.
Office of plays, 59 for the Packers had 3 69 running the football states at the ball.
Um, they ran the ball 20 times, 422 yards.
And then, um, Packers ran the ball.
Um, 26 times for 98 yards.
There was an average of two point, um, 3.8.
So that was in the game.
So the passing yards, uh, Saints, um, 29 or 36 for 2 88 Packers to 83 in the game.
So that was in the game yesterday.
So let's give you the red zone office theses.
Um, both teams was good in the red zone.
They went straight for three, so both teams went three for three in the red zone.
Also, goal line efficiency.
That was three for three for the Packers.
Tom possession was 28 20 for the Saints, and the Packers was 31 minutes and 40 seconds.
So that was in the game that was the final stats.
Okay, let's give you the possessions in the game possessions.
The Packers, um, on the first possession had a field goal, and then they had a second field goal and that they had a touchdown.
That was on the on drive number.
That was a touchdown.
That was on drop number.
So that was a touchdown there.
Also, they had to punt the ball.
That was on Dr number four.
They had two scores.
That was on, um, Dr number six and drive number seven.
And then they kicked.
Had a touchdown.
That was that was on Dr Number 10 and then the end of the game.
Then the Saints, um, punted the ball.
They had to kick a field goal, but they're only touchdown came on Dr Number Dr Number five.
That was on 11 plays and 56 yards.
11th place, 56 yards.
So 61 yards, 11 place, 61 yards.
It was a touchdown that was on.
Dr Number five also had to kick the field goal.
Then they had a fumble that was on the eight drive of the game.
So that was only eight drive off the ball game.
So once again, Tom inside the 20 the Saints had it inside the 20.
So that was from, uh, the time of possession was giving those some time possessions.
In the first quarter, Green Bay had the ball for 10 minutes and 45 seconds.
Saints had for four minutes and 15 seconds.
Green Bay Saints had the ball for 10 minutes and 51 seconds in the second.
Um, Packers had the ball four minutes and nine seconds.
Now the Packers had the ball for six minutes and 13 seconds in the third.
Eight minutes and 47 seconds.
Um, Packers had the ball in the fourth quarter of 10 minutes and 33 seconds to saints.
Four minutes and 27 seconds.
So the time was on your screen.
So showing it 31 40 for the Packers and 28 20 for the Saints.
So that Z in a game.
So this was the first half stats right here.
Um, saints had one first down.
They went four for six.
Um, uh, that was for, um, I was on for, um for run.
Um, the third downs was that 50% for each team.
Um, total yards was 1 95 to 1 40.
So the Saints had 195 yards.
Packers at 1 40 running the ball.
They had 31 yards rushing.
Packers 27 in the first half.
So that's what happened in that game.
So we are looking at the stats right now, so we'll go ahead and give you the, um okay.
This is what we're showing you.
Okay? We'll give you the numbers.
I will give you the, um, necessity of reports.
This was the longest plays for the Packers.
They had a 72 yard, uh, pass play.
That was from Alan Lazar.
Um, that was on 33 plays and started at the 25.
Also, they had a 48 yard pass play from once again, Lazar catching a 48 yard pass.
Yes, Another 1 23 yard pass from Rogers.
That was in the fourth quarter.
Also in the first quarter.
Um, Williams ending, Um, a six yard run.
So that was so That was good for six yards.
So now the saints I had had some long place they had breathed, um, on a 52 yard pass play.
And then, um, Camaro in a 49 yard run that was in the first quarter.
Also breathes on the past.
Played the camera for 21 yards.
Also know Harto raise had a past play the Smith for about 19 on the pick up.
And then, um Kelly, um was ineligible.
Breeze that a path Plato Emmanuel Sanders for 18 yards pass play pass yards 18 Jack.
So that Z how everything went out in the game.
So that Z, uh, this is the playtime percentages.
This is what we're showing you on the screen.
Mostly everybody did, um, play for the sites on the That's on the offensive line.
And so So that is your Your stats will break down the final stats.
The individual stats was given individual numbers.
Give you those individual numbers.
Murray, um, had 12 carries for 58.
Um, Camara has six carries for 58 yards.
He also had some pretty good scrimmage yards in that game.
I went, um, 29 of 36.
He had two sacks of the game his quarterback rating was 1 27.8.
Rogers had a quarterback rating in 1 24.
Now the intended targets was camera 14 times 13 receptions 139 yards.
Sanders, Um, four catches on 1 56 yards.
Smith, Um, four catches for 42 cooks to catches for 21 Troutman.
Two catches for 17 Harris to catches for five, Murray one catch for seven and then Harold, one catch for one that was in the game.
Now your main targets for the Packers was Lazar.
He had six catches, 446.
Tony and I had five catches for 50.
Um, Stemberg had three catches for 36.
Jones took catches for 17 yards.
Two catches for eight.
Lowest one catch for 18.
Um, Marcel's Velez got scouting one catch.
One catch for three and separate.
So that was in the game yesterday.
Packers main runner was Erin Jones has 6 16 carriage for 69 yards.
He had an average of 4.
3 yards per games.
That was in the game yesterday.
Now this is the let's say We'll break down the okay, The defense of plays.
Let's give you a defensive bomb.
Break down the say said.
Um, one second game they had.
DeMario Davis had one sack eso DeMario Davis and one sack of the game.
Let's give you the first half numbers.
Um, breeze that 14 of 17 for 10 48 2 sacks.
Quarterback rating was 1 31.
4 Rogers, um one touchdown.
He had nine of 14 106 yards.
He had a quarterback rating of 1 11 point.
Um, now the intended targets for the Saints was Camara, with seven catches for 61.
In the first half, Smith had two catches for 14.
Sanders had one catch for 10.
Cook had, uh, let's see one catch for eight Troutman.
One catch for seven, and Harris had one catch for three yards and in the game.
So that was in the game in the first half.
So defensive plays.
We're looking at it right now.
Once again, DeMario Davis said.
The sack, um, okay, quarterback hurries.
Um, the main one had quarterback Curry with Davis.
He had a quarterback Curry tackles for loss.
Davis said two tackles for loss.
So that was in the football game yesterday.
So So that is how the game ended a game saying some loses 37 30 so they can't get outscored 10 to 3 in the fourth quarter.
Um, also 14 to 10 in the arm.
Um, third quarter in 10.
10 in the in that game.
So I look at it this way.
I say this lock, if the same could get back right now, they're wanting to Right now, they're gonna have Thio figure out how to get out of this one and two whole.
I know a lot of people on social media.
Be honest with you Are not too pleased with Drew Brees and stuff like that.
Um, not throwing the football far enough and stuff like that.
But the truth of the matter is he's gonna have those problems.
He's definitely goingto have those problems.
His, um the only thing is on the thing that he could do is get out of it, snap out of it.
So I'll be honest with you.
I hope he does snap out of it against Detroit.
That's something I'm looking forward to seeing in a game versus the Detroit Lions, so I'm kinda just lyrical about that.
But I hope it's I hope he does come out of it and stuff like that.
So So that is once again, that is stat breakdown of the Saints and Packers.
Once again, the Saints um um, lose 37.
They will take on the, um, Detroit lines just coming Sunday.
There will be at noon, so the game will be noon.
There's gonna be known.
So once again, um, let's go ahead and give you Sean Payton.
We're gonna go ahead and do coaches reaction and on players reaction.
Let's go ahead and do that.
I will do Sean Payton.
Sean Payton will dio Sean Payton, Drew Brees, Sheldon Rankins, Malcolm Jackets and now from camera.
So we'll go ahead and play those for you.
We'll play there, um, reaction toe yesterday's loss.
So let's go ahead and play that for you early on.
And then I thought as it went on, we didn't play as well in the second half.
John, Uh, how do you get other people involved besides album, is that just a kind of the way that the Packers were playing tonight? Are proceed just kind of a big part of the game plan? Well, look, we ended up getting a lot of deep zone coverage, and there were a ton of plays in for like, for instance, Emmanuel.
And but sometimes, look, a lot of it's predicated on the, uh, look that you're getting, um, you'd like to be able to go in and say, Hey, he's gonna have X amount of touches whether it's, uh, devious, whether it's a tight end or another receiver.
But that's kind of how it unfolded.
So I look at the third down numbers I thought got a little bit better in the second half, and yet they still weren't good enough.
You know, we have some critical opportunities that, um, that we let slip by offensively, and in the end, we couldn't keep pace with the numbers that they were putting up is not having Mike part of that.
It just does that change what you all want to do and how it's in plain.
Look, I think this No, I mean way.
We got a lot of coverage tonight, so that usually comes with Mike.
Um, they were without DeVante.
Both teams were without to really good defensive tackles, two really good receivers.
That that's just that's the NFL.
I mean, why do you think you guys couldn't keep pace? We just finished talking about.
We didn't convert some third downs.
We struggled to get off the field and some of the third downs that that's my tape before looking at the tape.
But we didn't do enough of the little things well, so were you planning on rotating Ruiz in before on just went down.
It's on coming earlier, Nick.
Some of these late pass interference penalty is I'm specifically talking about the one that occurred late in last week's game and then the too late in this game.
If you look at that as hey, I can This is a teachable.
I can fix it Or is it? Well, look, it has to be corrected, you know, in other words, you you we jump offsides and allow him a free play on third down.
When all week long we talk about discipline, cadence, you know its third.
You know, this is a great opportunity for us to get off the field and force them to kick a field goal.
And you know, when you get a free play like that, you throw it up and play gets extended, and it becomes difficult on the cornerback, But yeah, Right now we're leading the league in those in those calls.
This is the kind of things you probably specifically look at that drive you crazy When you when you goto Look at the film with the rest of the team.
I mean, you could tell your team all the time.
You gotta be in there mentally, and I'm sure maybe use that as an example or things like that.
Is that a question, or you? I mean, it was a rail. Too bad.
Yeah, Yeah, there's a number of There's a number of frustrating things.
Um, that I'm sure we'll see on tape.
Show me a big class Thio Lazar, the 72 yards.
Did you see what happened on that before? Watching film? Yeah.
Look, it's the safeties play.
Where? In quarters coverage.
It's third down. I think it's 3rd. 10.
wasn't It wasn't very good.
How close to the game time were the, uh well, deciding that on your mother and markets didn't dio, I think Look, as we approach today, I think we felt, um, Marcus was gonna be ready.
We felt like next week and hopefully David Isas.
Well, we'll keep you guys posted, but, um, you know, we did what was best for this game.
John, you always talk every year about you gotta start over every year.
It's a new year.
You feel like you're teams sort of struggling to find an identity early on, hang your hat on.
Yeah, to some degree, I mean, you get your your frustrated as a coach because that starts with us, and we've got to do a better job.
We've gotta get ready to play a better game against Detroit.
Um, that's our industry.
You know, We're one and two right now, and it's been a while since we felt that.
And yet, three years ago, we were going to so, you know, a little bit of a gut check.
And yet we're not playing playing well enough, you know, let's not fool ourselves.
Um, we're making too many mistakes and we're not playing.
Um, we're not playing disciplined enough on both sides of the ball.
That's really just the truth, Sean.
Obviously, case, um, stumble turned out to be the turning point.
Just in hindsight.
What were what were your thoughts going into into that calling Helen characteristic? Was that what happened there? Yeah.
Look, it was a tough break. Tough play.
It's a give read.
We have a chance for a big play and believe it that certainly he works his butt off.
Like all you know, it's just more of a technique things.
So if we have toe, look at how much But, um that that was we just stopped him on the fourth down play.
And and so we got the ball in really good field position.
We have a chance toe, make some make something of it.
And unfortunately, we didn't.
Sean, what makes those bootlegs? They run so hard? Thio defend.
It's a good question. They shouldn't be that difficult.
But we made him look hard, didn't we? Alright, thank you guys.
Okay. Drew Brees.
Well, like Drew Brees is are you a Yeah, I mean, of course.
You know, that was a huge shot by the defense.
You know, we got the ball in midfield.
You know, I think we all felt really good that we were gonna go down and get points, you know, hopefully a touchdown.
And, um, kind of seize control that game.
So, you know, it's unfortunate that it happened at that time, but man takes him in such a conscientious guy.
He's such a great football player, and he does so much for us.
But, uh, you know, a times that's part of the game.
You know, when you got a rally, you gotta bounce back.
Next question is from Jeff Duncan.
They Drew What have you all struggled to get the ball down the field? Our defense is just defending you all a certain way.
And you're taking what? What they're giving you. Basically. Yeah.
You know, we called a couple shot place today, and unfortunately, we just got again.
I think I got sacked on one.
Um and then, actually, ironically, the second one was the one where I threw it album camera, and he went 52 yards for a touchdown.
So, um, I don't care how far I have to throw the ball down the field.
Um, my job is to make good decisions.
I'm not gonna force it.
It's not there and check it down, put in the hands of our playmakers and let them do what they dio next.
Questions from Luke Johnson Interesting In that same vein, Aziz, the coverage is a since Mike has been out cards differently for the most of you have seen previously, for the most part, today, everybody, they just play this real soft, you know, a place real soft.
So we ran the ball well, Way checked it down underneath.
Well, I thought we were really efficient and ran the ball well, too.
I'd say, you know, if we're being sticklers about ourselves, you know the difference.
I think in the red Zone, we had four red Zone possessions and had two touchdowns, two field goals.
So in a game like this, against a really good opponent, a really good offense on the other side, the ball, you just have to take advantage of those opportunities and try to get touchdowns as opposed to field goals.
Next, questions from my troubling who do you recall a game where you could just put the ball in the player's hands like Alvin and good things were happening repeatedly.
Like that? Yeah.
I mean, listen, he's a special football player, you know? He rattled off that big run early on, and then, uh, and then obviously the the, uh, check down that turned into a 52 yard touchdown.
It's It's nice when you've got a weapon like that that you just get the ball in his hands in space and he's tough to tackle, and it's kind of a human highlight.
Reel on, then with Emmanuel Sanders.
I know you talked about tryingto get a rhythm new player, it that starts something really good at the end of the second quarter.
Thank you, guys.
Listen, E Still, I still think we could do a better job of getting the ball in his hands.
And that goes for some other guys, too.
You know, um, obviously you, you've you've got these guys that can do a lot of things, you know.
And throughout the course of the week, you know, you're always kind of waiting to see how defense is gonna play you.
You know, you have a lot of volume in the plan on, but it's really not until you get to the game that, you know, you know what's gonna work and really what you're gonna hang your hat on? But, um, there's no doubt that, you know, you have a guy like Emmanuel Sanders, man, you want to get the ball in his hands.
Trade One Smith Jared Cook album camera and so many others.
You know, Um, yeah, there's only so many balls to go around, but at the same time, I think just, you know, our ability to be superficial.
My ability is a quarterback, you know, to make sure that the Open guys were getting balls, you know, and on time and in rhythm.
And, you know, that's that's really what executing the offense is all about.
Next question from Luke Johnson, just as a veteran leader on the team.
E you guys balanced, Being confident you guys could find whatever you're missing so far, with also kind of having a sense of urgency of getting back on track.
Yeah, I mean, it's Ah, unfortunately, you know, we've had two games in a row now where you know these haven't been our best performances.
I think both sides of the ball, there's plenty of things that we know we need to work on.
You know, the penalties is still a black eye.
It was last week.
It was again this week.
Um, you know, obviously taking care of the football.
You know, I think we pride ourselves on being a team that really takes good care of the football and takes it away.
Um, and then just take advantage of opportunities.
Um, you know, some of those red zone opportunities of those opportunities to sustain drives, keep drives going.
Man, that's complementary football.
You know, I think special teams has been solid, but then all those things work together, and that's what helps you get victories.
Next question is from Jeff Duncan.
Drew, Are you surprised that you all have been kind of starting a little slow here? A fact that you all have so many players back from a year ago, you're coaching staffs intact.
I thought this might be an advantage for you all this weird offseason because you all have so much continuity.
Yet it seems like both sides of the ball.
Well, I think, Listen, you're a veteran player in this league, you know that you're not guaranteed anything from year to year.
You gotta come out.
You gotta earn it, You know, each and every time out.
Obviously, based on the last two losses, um, in consecutive weeks, I think, you know, we have to take a hard look at you know what we're doing, how we're doing it.
And we need to be doing it better, you know, bottom line.
And, you know, be a sufficient as we possibly can create a great sense of urgency.
Um, listen, I love our team.
I love the way we work.
I love the way we okay, Sheldon Rankins.
We'll go ahead and play Sheldon Rankins also Malcolm Jenkins and then, um, album Camaro.
So we'll play those guys, uh, you know, on all levels, you know, it starts with, you know, myself, cam, guys up front.
We got to play better and on.
Then we'll hear from once again, we'll hear from the saints color commentators Bobby a bear and Christian Garret.
We're here for those guys on this loss to the packers.
Uh, that right now we're not doing that.
We're putting ourselves in bad positions and enforcing ourselves in into games where you know, we're giving up a lot of points and giving up our place and nothing.
What we expressions from Nick Underhill.
Do you guys feel like you're treating pressure at the rate you want to create it? And if not, what do you think? Some of the reasons for that event, you? Not at all.
I don't think No.
I don't think any of us like you know what we see when we cut the tape on a sfar us from a, uh, you know, putting pressure on the quarterback, especially not tonight.
You know, we put this tape on, uh, it's gonna be a lot of things we don't like.
Uh, so we just got to keep working.
You know, I think the good thing about this group, um, we take it all in stride.
We understand that, you know, they're gonna be times where you aren't playing well and you aren't doing things right.
But you know the great thing about this game, uh, you get another week, you know, we get a chance to come back next week, improve on those things, improve on, you know, getting to the quarterback pressure and gods.
And we look forward to putting a better outing.
Uh, next Sunday, expressions to my favorite.
So I'm gonna steal this question that Jeff Duncan just as through, I think we all expected the continuity to really help you guys as a veteran team that almost everyone was back from last year.
Why do you think that hasn't help you guys earlier this season? Listen, um, then your day, that's all on paper, you know, at the end of the day, having a lot of guys who played together, you know, in a sense, helps, You know, Like I said, it looks great on paper, but way gotta execute.
That's it's real.
Simple way Get in these meetings, you know, over these next couple of days and watch this tape, it's gonna be really simple.
We just gotta execute, you know, he's gonna go out there and do what we're coached to do on do it at a high level, like we always have.
You know, this is you know, this is this is something, you know, that we don't like to see from ourselves because we're usedto, you know, hitting quarterbacks and then putting pressure on people and having fun and and doing those things and getting the ball back to the offense and allowing them to do what they do.
So, um, listen, our offense came out and played well tonight, but the end of the day, uh, we gotta hold up our end of the bargain.
You know, for the most part, we've done that in the past, but, you know, over these last couple of games, it's not what we like to see.
But you know, a girl like I said, Good thing about this team, the leaders, you know, the guys who played a lot of football.
We'll get this corrected, and we'll come back out for a better showing for questions for the country.
When markets that reports out there, does that change the way teams block against you or Cam? And when you know, you take him out, you guys Seymour attention doesn't make things a little bit harder on everybody else.
Uh, listen, I think we have plenty of capable players.
Obviously, Marcus, you know, in immense talent, when he's out there, he's definitely a game changer.
Uh, but, you know, guys like tray of playing well, David, when he's in there, plays well uh, Malcolm Brown.
Listen, way got guys didn't go in.
We're just not winning right now.
You know, Like I said, it comes back toe.
We gotta execute.
We gotta execute the rush plans.
We gotta execute our rush moves.
And we're not doing that at a high enough clip right now.
Tell this defense.
But like I said, we'll get back to work this week on Dwell. Come back already.
Next question from, like, Johnson.
Theo, you feel close to that right now, So, uh, like executing, right? Yeah.
Not not close toe where we wanna be.
Uh, like I said, I mean, this is, uh we're not even scratching the surface of how good we can be.
You know, the things we you know we're able to do, you know, throughout training camp.
And you know how we felt.
Like, you know, we were playing in Russia and, you know, doing those things you know, as a unit.
Um, you know, we're not seeing them consistently enough right now, so, you know, not even scratching the surface on how good we think we could be.
A Sfar rushing the passer pressure in the past.
Um, but you know those things that.
You know that we have a chance, toe. Okay.
We also have album camera, lack of discipline.
That's about a 40 seconds.
You know, your assignments here, there.
Uh, it's really just just been hurting us.
But, um, you know, we got a whole season is still very early in this things that we can correct.
But we've gotta do it and got to get it fixed if we wanna be the team that we set out to be.
Oh, next questions from Nick Underhill.
What was it about those bootlegs ever running? Not just kind of seeing part for you guys to adjust to.
Yeah, it just comes down to discipline.
You know, I discipline understanding what the offense is we're gonna do Thio and all it takes is one guy, you know, not to be doing this job in those plays, you know, control, but or control the game.
Keep them ahead of the stick.
So? So something that will continue to see until we get it fixed.
Next questions from Luke Johnson.
You know, just just considering how Maney veteran guys you have is there sort of a sense that you guys get the sticks and they're sort of confidence comes along with that.
I mean, for me personally, I feel like I was what I was brought here to do.
Eso up to this point, I think I've been failing in that regard, but it is definitely something I think between myself and other leaders, uh, on the team and on defense could definitely get it fixed.
I think the culture staff, there's a great job paradise.
Um, you know, as players.
Okay, Alvin Kamara will play out tomorrow, and then we'll hear from the saints.
Uh, commentators on WWL l That was a big day for you today.
Individually, obviously, but not enough.
So what do you all need to do, in your opinion? It just kind of get back on track right now.
I think we just gotta find more.
We gotta find more offense.
We gotta find more on defense.
We gotta find more special teams way all gotta doom or, uh, than what's being asked of us right now.
Uh, got to correct the mistakes.
Little things killing us, penalties.
Uh, um, some of the same.
Some of the same stuff that, uh, that went on last week.
I mean, just penalties.
We gotta We gotta play smarter.
Uh, you got played better.
Next question from Rod Walker.
Just how tough is this? You know, to be playing this way that offensively, right now? Um, it's tough.
Well, I'm like losing.
We come out every week trying to get a win.
So and stuff Like I said, we just gotta We gotta find more.
We gotta doom or everybody individually.
Me for me to drew Thio.
We'll take everybody.
We just gotta do more. We gotta find more. There's no excuse.
Next question from any Just what did you see on 50 years session? Yeah.
So Okay, once again, we'll hear from Bobby A bear And on the point after from yesterday's show, So we'll hear from them, and then we'll hear from Deuce McAllister.
So we go ahead and Swiss is out, and we'll put this in so we'll hear from my Bobby a bear first, and then we'll hear from Deuce McAllister.
The the winning team has scored 34 plus points in seven of the last nine matchups going into the game, so I would say, Well, the Saints need to score at least 34 arm or points toe win.
Well, now it's eight out of 10 games that the winning team has scored 34 plus points is the Packers came out on top 37 2 30.
Now I talked to you about Albert Camaro.
I think this is what you asking for him to do, whether he's rushing the football or is the past receiving running back? Yes, 197 total yards.
So that goes back to Reggie Bush.
That goes back toe.
Albert Camara always put it at 150.
You know, if you having some kind of balance because it could be like a short pass to camera is like a long handoff or whatever.
So he had 197 Tory yard solvency against the Raiders and the Packers.
Alan Kamara has done his job.
Now you have to look at the complete team, but this is a bunch of Bs.
When you think about.
We had 122 yards Russian on 20 carries, you averaging six yards of carry like we did against the Raiders.
We only had 12 yards in the second half rushing and you ended up with 122 six attempts in the second half.
So you got a tip Christian.
We ended up with 20 attempts, so six it is the second half.
There's no way if we're running the ball 4.
5 5 yards of carry, we should not have 28 to 32 rushing attempts instead of ah, 20 rushing attempts.
I mean, it's just the way it is.
Look, look at the Packers.
The only averaged 3.
8 yards rushing a tip, but they still ran the ball six times more than us at 26.
So whether you look at Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, it's a push.
You'll get kind of a quarterback rating, even though Aaron Rodgers hits the bigger plays down the field as Faras how the football travels.
But Drew Brees had 288 yards throwing YAC yards after the catch.
It all counts to 88 ERA.
Rogers had uhh to 83 so that's basically the same.
But the one thing we cannot do is the penalties Now.
I always say we were right on the cusp way had eight penalties.
You don't want 900 yards when we had eight for 83.
So that's telling me, considering what? How we were so far in the lead after three games were still leading the NFL in penalty yardage.
We still which you don't want to do now with officials.
Were they from Wisconsin? What were they thinking? They had one horrendous spot.
I mean, how in the hell wouldn't even close? You know, E could see there's a foot.
It was born in the yard or at least a yard.
They wanted to give it toe Sean Payton challenging, but I don't know.
They had two penalties for 10 yards.
We had eight for 83.
Are they more discipline than us? I mean, uh, I'm gonna go back to that.
That that that yard, Like I said, that was totally bull****.
What they did on that yard on that fourth of the yard.
I mean, look, they gave it to him.
They absolutely gave it to him.
I mean, that was just some that was just poor officiating.
Ah, poor spot or whatever.
So that's just it is what it is.
Um, final scores ST Blues 37 30.
They will take on the Detroit Lions this coming Sunday.
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