Thom Brennaman and Chris Spielman will be in the booth to call the late afternoon game for FOX. Saints lead series, 32-19, including a 30-10 victory November 5 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Saints have a 14-9 edge in Tampa.
All of it has come together to put Onyemata ahead of the curve from last season, which has been important given some of the injuries the team has endured in the front seven this season. Tampa Bay hasn’t finished higher than 18th in scoring since 2012.
Davison also complimented Winston’s decision-making skills in the passing game over the past two games, a span where he has not thrown an interception. Turnovers continue to be a problem – he had three lost fumbles against the Panthers – but his individual year is on the uptick. This time Warford is back, which means he’ll draw some matchups with the Bucs’ best pass-rusher.
Outside of the passing game, Winston has reinforced another area of his game that the Saints defense must be wary of. The Saints will sweep the Buc’s 23-17 and win the NFC south. That one went Marshon Lattimore’s way, as Evans was held to one catch for 13 yards on the day. So if that upsets all the people that have a player on our offense or defense or somewhere in the fantasy games of the world, then that’s tough. For the 10th straight season, the Buccaneers will have to watch the NFC playoffs at home from the couch.
-Saints OL vs. Bucs DT Gerald McCoy.
Nothing to play for, no, the Bucs refuse to look at it that way.
Tapp previously played for the Saints as a defensive end.
Armstead has dealt with a ton of injuries this season. Rankins will be a key player against both the run and the pass, both inside and outside. Brees previously set the mark in 2011 (71.2 percent) and in 2009 (70.6).
Each has scored 12 TDs and each is on pace to eclipse 1,500 yards from scrimmage this season.
– New Orleans is looking to avoid losing three straight road games for the first time since September 13-Oct. There have also been games in which he’s clearly been hampered by an ailing shoulder. New Orleans. LB Kendell Beckwith ranks fourth among National Football League rookies with 70 tackles. On the other side, the Saints will vie for a division title.