The New Orleans Saints will head into the 2021 season with a brand new quarterback for the primary time since 2006. Fairly frankly, nobody is aware of how the offense will look with out Drew Brees.
Regardless of issues from followers, Saints head coach Sean Payton is not fearful and does not anticipate the workforce’s means of making ready for the season to vary simply because Brees is gone.
“The method continues to be the identical although,” Payton stated, in accordance with Luke Johnson of NOLA.com. “We have got an excellent core group of younger, proficient gamers which have received lots of video games and have skilled that style of the postseason. I believe you construct your workforce round that. Is there an elevated degree of pleasure? I believe it is the identical. As a coach, you owe it to that roster to work laborious and put them in the very best place to have success.”
Taysom Hill or Jameis Winston will doubtless begin at quarterback. When Brees went down with an damage final season, Hill stuffed in and impressed. Nevertheless, Payton reportedly struggled with the choice to start out Hill over Winston, who’s a extra confirmed passer on the NFL degree.
Earlier this month, Payton made an sincere admission about Brees’ retirement, saying his choice to hold up the cleats will not totally be realized till the workforce will get again on the sector in preparation for the 2021 season.