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After having victory snatched away from them in the NFC championship game New Orleans Saints Malcom Brown Jersey , it will soon be back to business for the Saints."Thomas has solidified his place among the top wideouts in the game in just his third season. He had 125 receptions this season, which led the NFL and broke his own Saints franchise record. His 1,405 receiving yards was another franchise record, one of many he owns, as he's already rewritten the team's record book. Thomas is a dominant offensive threat despite the lack of a consistent weapon in the passing game, outside of running back Alvin Kamara, to shift the defensive focus away from him. His contract won't expire until the conclusion of next season, but the Saints would be wise to lock up Thomas, a 2016 2nd round draft pick, to a long term deal as soon as possible, eliminating any chances that he could hit the open market. As one of the best offensive weapons in the league, it will likely take the top wideout salary in the NFL to retain him, probably over 20 million per year. Thomas is already perhaps the best receiver in franchise history though, and has seemed to have just scratched the surface of what looks to be a brilliant career. Retain assistant coach Dennis AllenChuck Cook-USA TODAY SportsAllen, the team's defensive coordinator, drew the ire of some fans for the failure of his pass defense in the final minutes of numerous halves this season, and for the overall struggles of his pass defense. Allen's defenses have transformed into a disruptive unit over the last two seasons however, and are just as responsible for playoff runs as the team's offense. His 2018 unit ranking number 1 against the run for the majority of the season, forced 27 turnovers, and held 11 opponents to 20 points or less during the year. Allen and his defensive staff were often outstanding at making in-game adjustments, and the defense is expected to get better, with the majority of their players having been in the league four years or less. His contract expires at the official start of the league's new year, and despite some interest, Allen was not offered a head coaching position elsewhere. The Saints would be wise to keep the defense's coaching staff intact New Orleans Saints Benjamin Watson Jersey , maintaining the continuity of an underrated and rapidly improving unit. Re-sign Mark Ingram Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty ImagesIngram is the highest profile player among the Saints unrestricted free agents this spring, and certainly the most important. He had a down year in 2018, by his standards, finishing with 645 yards rushing and six touchdowns after being suspended for the first four games. One of just four backs in Saints history to have multiple 1,000 yard rushing seasons, he needs just 89 yards to surpass Deuce McAllister as the team's all-time rushing leader, and his 50 career rushing touchdowns are a franchise record. More importantly, the 29-yr. old Ingram is still near his prime, and is a beloved and well-respected teammate. He combines with Alvin Kamara to give New Orleans the most lethal running back combination in the league. Ingram can bulldoze for the tough yardage inside the tackles, and has the speed to get to the outside or break a big play in the open field. He's a underrated receiver, and is an outstanding pass blocker. Chuck Cook-USA TODAY SportsThe Ingram/Kamara duo has fueled this offense for the last two seasons. They have combined for 5,501 all-purpose yards and 50 touchdowns in their two seasons together. Although Kamara has shown the ability to be a featured back, the Saints offense is far more effective with the two back attack. Ingram could choose a chance to be a featured back elsewhere in free agency, potentially seeking a salary of over five million per year. New Orleans hopes to keep the eight year veteran at a reasonable cap number, but with the Saints looking at expiring contracts of Michael Thomas, Andrus Peat, Vonn Bell, and David Onyemata in 2020, we shouldn't expect a large contract offer to Ingram from the team. If they can't re-sign Ingram, than the running back position will become one of the bigger needs to fill in either free agency or the draft, along with tight end, safety, and offensive line depth. Quarterback Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty ImagesThe Saints traded a 3rd round pick in the upcoming draft last August to obtain Teddy Bridgewater from the New York Jets, strengthening their quarterback depth. Bridgewater Womens Benjamin Watson 2019 Jersey , who started a meaningless regular season finale against the Panthers and threw for 118 yards with a touchdown and an interception, will become an unrestricted free agent in March. A late 1st round draft choice by the Minnesota Vikings in 2014, Bridgewater looks to be recovered from a horrific knee injury that nearly ended his career three years ago. The Saints will need to decide quickly whether the he is indeed their intended replacement for Drew Brees whenever he decides to retire. The 26-yr. old Bridgewater is a proven starter for a playoff contender, but may decide to test the free agent market for an immediate starting job. The team faces a 33 million dollar cap hit in the final year of Brees contract, and cannot afford to pay another top quarterback salary. If they lose Bridgewater, then the issue of an heir apparent for the legendary Brees will again need to be addressed. Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty ImagesThe Saints aren't in a great salary cap spot, but we've certainly seen general manager Mickey Loomis pull off more with less. Other than Ingram, all of the team's top stars are still under contract. Decisions must be made on important role players like Tyeler Davison, Chris Banjo, Craig Robertson, and Josh LeRibeus though, and they must upgrade roster positions like tight end and others this offseason. The Saints will certainly bring in new talent, as all teams do, but they don't face the roster overhaul that we will see from others throughout the league. What New Orleans will do is fine-tune their team in a continued pursuit of a championship in 2019, as well as set themselves up to be a contender for the foreseeable future with a young and talented roster locked up for the longterm. How the Saints Stay on Schedule" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteCanal Street Chroniclesa New Orleans Saints communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibrarySaintsOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections InterviewsNew Orleans Saints SatireWho Dat HistoryCanal Street Chronicles Tutorial3 Steps & It’s Out - Saints QB Drew Brees’ mastery of the 3 step dropNew,4commentsHow the Saints Stay on ScheduleCDTShareTweetShareShare3 Steps & It’s Out - Saints QB Drew Brees’ mastery of the 3 step dropMatthew Emmons-USA TODAY SportsBeing able to throw the ball in a rhythmic manner is one of the most important parts in playing quarterback. Anytime a quarterback has to stand around in the pocket waiting for his receivers to get open, his life becomes infinitely more stressful. Not even the best quarterbacks want to hang out in a collapsing pocket for very long. According to ProFootballFocus, quarterbacks throwing to their first read adds .09 Expected Points per play. Going to the next read drops the EPA/play to -.04 and finding the checkdown results in -.03. That’s a big differenceDrew Brees adds a whopping .46 EPA/play throwing to his first read. There was no other quarterback in the league over .30 in 2018. This is where talent and scheme meet. Sean Payton crafting ways for Brees’ first read to get open and Brees finding that receiver while delivering an accurate ball. —I have few qualms with how the Saints run their offense but I do believe Sean Payton calls too many runs on 1st down. The need to “stay on schedule” is classic offensive coordinator thinking. The problem is that few teams running on 1st down actually stay on schedule. Excluding red zone snaps, on 1st and 10 runs throughout the league, teams only had a successful play (4 yards on 1st down) 47% of the time compared to 54% of the time when throwing the ball. The Saints splits are even more striking: 49% when running (241 times) and 65% when passing (211 times). Success rate also doesn’t take into account the fact that passing plays will likely result in more explosive plays than running plays will. I believe that the Saints should allow Brees to keep them on schedule more than their running game. When the team does throw on first down, a big chunk of their passing attack revolves around a lightning strike “quick game”. Quick game pass concepts, in my estimation, are plays that involve the quarterback taking at most a 3 step dropback and not a screen play. I charted 62 examples of Drew Brees performing a 3 step drop from the shotgun on 1st down in the regular season. For reference, the Saints called 160 pass plays in total on 1st down in those games. The first thing you realize from watching Brees is that not all 3 step drops are created equal. Receiver routes will break open at different times so the ability to change your dropback subtly so that the end of your dropback correlates with a lane to throw becoming available is paramount. Brees has 4 different dropbacks: 3 step Womens Malcom Brown 2019 Jersey , “quick” 3 step, “open” 3 step and “slide” 3 step. 3 Step-17/62 plays-12 completions within the context of the pass concept, 4 incompletions and 1 completion on a scramble.This is the dropback that every young quarterback learns in his life. Brees will push off with his left leg in order to swing his body open to the right. As he’s pushing off, his left foot will pivot to become parallel with the line of scrimmage so he can use that leg to cross over his right leg. Once the left leg plants on the ground, the right leg pulls back and lands to finish the drop.With his shoulders opening to the right sideline this makes it easier to throw routes to the right. 12 of his 17 dropbacks using this 3 step resulted in him throwing to the right. Even from the left hash, he can position his body to aim all the way to the right sideline using this dropback.From this drop, Brees was able to throw a lot of “speed outs” in rhythm. Here’s one to Ginn:3 Quick-12/62-9 completions within the context of the pass concept, 2 drops on accurate throws and 1 completion on a scramble. For this dropback, Brees will again push off his left foot to swing open his right leg but instead of crossing over with the left over the right, he will plant the left foot and stop his dropback there.This will allow him to hit slightly quicker routes and he was able to throw a few slant routes off this dropback.Because he doesn’t cross his feet over, he can finish this dropback less tilted to the right sideline like the previous one. Now, he can throw to his left easier. He threw to the left 7 of the 12 drops. 3 Open-13/62-12 completions within the context of the pass play and 1 on a scramble. When Brees starts this dropback by pushing off his left foot, he won’t swing the right leg open as much. This allows him to almost perform an inverted crossover step with his left leg behind his right leg. Now, his shoulders can stay parallel to the line of scrimmage as he drops back.He can throw much easier to his left side. 11 of his 13 dropbacks using 3 quick went to the left. On plays where he’s pretty sure before the snap he’s going to go to the left this is a good dropback to use like this wheel to Kamara:3 Slide-20/62-15 completions within the context of the play, 2 drops on accurate throws, 2 incompletions and 1 run on a scramble.This dropback snuck up on me. Really it’s a pseudo 4 step drop that Brees makes look like a 3 step drop. Instead of pivoting on his left foot, he will hop back or “slide” back before finishing the dropback. By adding an extra step in his drop, he’s able to hit deeper targets. The average depth of target on this dropback was 10 yards compared to 7.2 yards for the regular 3 step and 4 yards with the 3 Quick.Instead of throwing Ginn a speed out route at 5 yards with his regular drop, he can throw it passed the first down marker:In all, of the 62 plays charted, 52 were completed or dropped within the context of the play. Brees had to escape the pocket on 6 of them. Brees threw the ball rhythmically as he finished his drop on 29 of those plays. He completed 28 of them and 1 was dropped. When he had to hitch up once (either when he was going through his reads of by design to hit a deeper route), he completed 21 out of 24 passes. The Saints quick passing game on 1st down is absolutely lethal. Brees’ ability to throw on time and to the right receiver allows the Saints to stay on schedule.

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