Their numbers are not going to scare many defenses, especially the Bears. Roby has been in the league for a while, but he has not spent much time as a receiver — accounting for only 24 catches for 323 yards and 1 touchdown.
Adrian Arrington was fighting injuries and rookie receiver Joseph Morgan this preseason to keep his spot on the Saints 53 man roster. He has only played in one actual contetst — catching 7 passes for 79 yards and no touchdowns.
But Saints head coach Sean Payton has faith in these young guys and he hopes that they can sustain the position long enough for Moore and Colston to return to action.
Moore has returned to practice on a limited basis and is currently still listed as questionable to face the Bears.
At this point I find it unlikely that he won’t play, which is a huge boost, but the Saints also promoted Montez Billings off the practice squad.
Billings addition to the active roster could just be precautionary as insurance in case Moore does miss the game.
After loosing in week one to the Packers the Saints face their second NFC North team in as many weeks. New Orleans really needs to secure a win here to keep pace in the NFC play-off hunt.
Quarterback Drew Brees will continue doing driving the offense that this week will feature Henderson and Meachem, along with tight end’s Jimmy Graham and David Thomas.
Not to mention the ever surprising speedy running back Darren Sproles, along with a healthier running attack lead by Pierre Thomas and Mark Ingram, the Saints will come out at the Super dome with a big chip on their shoulders this week.
Proving once again that they belong with all of the elite teams in the NFL. Who dat baby says they going to beat them Saints.
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