Dec 23, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; New Orleans Saints defensive end Junior Galette (93) celebrates a sack against Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) in the fourth quarter at Cowboys Stadium. The Saints beat the Cowboys 34-31 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Who Dat Dish: New Orleans Saints News, Rumors And Links For 6/27

There’s not much to talk about at this point in the offseason when it comes to New Orleans Saints news and rumors, but we can always look ahead to how critical players may perform next year.

So let’s do just that.

 

NOLA.com Wants to Know if Junior Galette Will Be an Effective Pass-Rusher

Per Mike Gegenheimer:

Galette ranked ahead of DE Kenyon Coleman (25), TE Ben Watson (24), CB Patrick Robinson (23), OT Zach Strief (22), RB Mark Ingram (21), DT Brodrick Bunkley (20), C Brian de la Puente (19), LB Jonathan Vilma (18).

Will Galette be the pass rusher the Saints need on defense? Answer or poll and tell us what you think in the comments below.

 

Canal Street Chronicles Wants to Know Which Zach Strief Will Show Up in 2013

Per  Cory Gunkel:

But now is the time for Zach Strief to step up and become the dominating presence of the offensive line. With the questions surrounding Charles Brown at left tackle, Strief has to establish himself as Drew Brees’ number one protector when foot meets leather in September.

It’s obvious he has the talent to be a long-time NFL starter. He just has to prove it.

Zach Strief’s future with New Orleans relies on a solid 2013, and I have no doubt he will come through. Strief has learned from his mistakes and will start the year healthy and itching to make up for a porous 2012 season.

We’ve seen both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde from him in the past two years. Now it’s time to see Zach Strief.

 

Like Who Dat Dish? Let us know on Twitter @whodatdish or  on Facebook.

Next Saints Game Full schedule »
Sunday, Nov 99 Nov12:00San Francisco 49ersBuy Tickets

Tags: New Orleans Saints News Rumors Saints Link Dump

comments powered by Disqus