It would'nt be right if I didnt start of by saying Who Dat! Many people use this phrase in may different ways; here in Louisiana there is only one way to say it, WHO DAT SAY DEY GON BEAT DEM SAINTS.
Many of you may find your self saying Who Dat is running that ball, Who Dat is catching that ball. With our show Case of 3 nationally televised Games, we will have our fair share of Prime Time.
Reggie Bush may be the next best thing for prime time, since Deion "Prime Time" Sanders. With his flash, dash, and flare in the way he runs the ball. He could be on the brink of a break out year.
For those of you who have him as a high Fantasy Pick, keep him there. Not only Reggie, but many of the Who Dats will have you sayin, Who Dat? Pierre "Air" Thomas Could help the Saints stabilize their already potent offense.
A healty Jermy Shockey, Marquese Coilston, Adrian Arrington may bolster the dangerous air assult. Look for the Saints to Use the running attack as a way to attack teams in the first and fourth quarter.
As a way to set up the pass attack, and tire the deffense out at the end of games. With the addition of Mike Bell, P.J. Hill, and other F.A. acquisitions, the running game is better suited to take over games in the fourth quarter. Pierre Thomas Should be able to help Reggie Bush get back to his college and rookie year performances.
This years Saints has the most debt ever, on both sides of the ball. The Defence has made a complete overhaul. Not changing the structure of the D, but by subtracting older injury plagued players, and adding young fresh Blood.
The defense may be on its way to Patroling the Dome. We have our fair share of Who Dats on D also. With the likes of Tracy Porter, Demario Pressley, Michael Jenkins, Sedrick Ellis, and my surprise defender Jolann Dunbar. These are all key players who will make a sudden impact as either spot players or starters.
To be honest, the Saints now has good of a chance as anybody, with Gregg Williams now heading the front line. We will now have teams wondering how to attack the already potent New Orleans Saints.
Teams will dread having to play in the Dome. Who Dat will become the New Orleans Anthem once again. With all the attention being on attacking and blitzing Drew Brees. Look for Reggie and Pierre to head this offensive attack, and Drew playing second fiddle.
Which will work out fine for Drew, because he will now be able to pick apart defences. With the option of running, passing, or the deadly Play Action. We can see a top five offense with a top 10 defense.
I look forward to many chants of Who Dat Who Dat Who Dat Say Dey Gon Beat Dem Saints!