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Lately, teams with rookie quarterbacks only beat the Saints with defensive or special teams touchdowns | jacksonville.com
Being a rookie quarterback isn't easy in the NFL and especially not against a defense like the one Saints defensive coordinator Greg Williams runs. Consequently it's no surprise the New Orleans Saints have faced rookie quarterbacks nine times in the past two years and allowed them 2 passing touchdowns and intercepted them 15 times. Still, their record against the rookies is 6-3. So how did the Saints lose three times to rookies while allowing those kinds of numbers? Defense and special teams.
With Saints visiting EverBank Field, statistics reveal contrasting styles | jacksonville.com
Sunday's game between the Jaguars and Saints presents an interesting contrast in styles. The Saints come in as the second-ranked team in the league in passing and offensive yardage. By contrast, the Jaguars' passing offense is last in the league. Their rushing offense is sixth. The Saints threw on 65.4 percent of their plays in the first three games. The Jaguars ran 58.7 percent.
Jaguars Notebook: WR Marques Colston to return for Saints | jacksonville.com
New Orleans has been without receiver Marques Colston for the past two weeks with a collarbone injury. Colston was limited in practice on Wednesday, but is expected to play Sunday against the Jaguars, Saints coach Sean Payton said. "Yeah, he was listed as limited, but he's clear," Payton said. "He'll be up this week." "He's a big part of our offense big part of what we do," Saints quarterback Drew Brees said.
Staying confident - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
Maurice Jones-Drew’s confidence remains high. Jones-Drew, the Jaguars’ two-time Pro Bowl running back, on Wednesday said that remains true not only for him, but for the entire Jaguars’ offense – that despite the statistics and results thus far this season: *Nine-point-seven points per game. *One red-zone trip in three games, and no touchdowns from the red zone.
Keep it simple - Jaguars news on jaguars.com
In a sense, it’s a complex issue. But at the same time, Jaguars center Brad Meester said what is complex for the Jaguars against the New Orleans Saints and former Jaguars defensive coordinator Gregg Williams is also quite simple. Will the Saints blitz? Yes. Will they do it often? Yes.