Surging Saints ranked # 2 in AP Professional32 ballot

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Surging Saints ranked # 2 in AP Pro32 poll

Updated: 8:43 p.m. CST December 10, 2020

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Hey everyone, 35 Shack and Fletcher Mackel with your sports a lot to get to the pelicans. Get ready to take a preseason tip this Saturday in Miami, Head of the Saint to Philly, to get 10 straight wins as they prepare for the Eagles. Now the Saints have won three of their previous four matchups against the Eagles. But really, it doesn’t matter because there have been so many different quarterbacks head coaches over the years for the matchups I’m talking about. The only thing that matters now is that Taysom Hill can be upgraded to four and O. Same starting quarterback while Drew Brees is out injured. Yes, Fletcher. He improved on each of those three starts to speed up touchdowns, speeding up two touchdowns, and finally, on his third start, he had a few problems passing touchdowns. I lost one of them. He’ll have to work on that for sure, but he’s very good in third place this season, doing 85% of his passes. Coach talks down the money all the time. We have to be good in third place and keep the drives alive. We need to know that you do well in third place, that is, you score touchdowns and not kick field goals. The focus of this zone is therefore throughout the season. Andi, I would say that, as you know, we will enter tomorrow, the third day of absence. A lot of effort was put into this to make sure, as a quarterback, I am happy with what we are trying to do. My readings and my thought process. Everyone plays cleanly, um, and they did a really good job. The last time the Saints played in Philadelphia was a memorable afternoon in 2015. The Eagles beat the Saints that day and someone who was on that Philly team. Malcolm Jenkins, the old saying: Who’s back in black and gold now this season? That’s a lot to keep up with, and Sheriff is rather undesirable. Jenkins. Yes, Malcolm Jenkins won a Super Bowl with the Saints, won a Super Bowl with the Eagles, and played six seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles. And you’ve heard Sean Payton several times during the off-season, and even in the regular season we should never have let Malcolm Jenkins out the door and you could see why he made a huge difference for that defense. And even though he loved Philly, he loves being back at the Big Easy. E was cut by the Eagles and as a free agent I really wanted a lot of places that I wanted to go at this point in my career. I wanted to play for a team that I can continue, that it has a good locker room and a good culture. Andi, obviously no, no, no better team than that of the saints. Somewhere in my book it was very familiar. I know the city from many people who are here and know what it’s about. As for the Saints, the injury report to members of the Black and Gold did not practice defensive crackdown on Malcolm Brown’s defense attorney Patrick Robinson. But you know who was back in training. Fletcher? That would be tackled, said Tehran Arm, missing the last two games after a positive test. Kobe, 19, he tweeted I’m back baby. Do you know who else is back? The pelicans. They started training at full training camp on Sunday, so Wednesday was day four. And while we’ve been very focused on Zion Williamson and some of the new players, it’s people like Steven Adams and Eric Bledsoe. A man who is back in New Orleans for his sophomore year in New Orleans. An Italian sniper, Nico Mellie, and new head coach Stan Van Gundy have great expectations for the 30-year-old this season that he can really help you function offensively. I think he’ll shoot a lot better from the three-point line. Uh, then he did it a year ago. He’s an incredibly smart guy and can pick things up very quickly. Um, I think you can play it with Zion. He can certainly play with Steven and Jackson. I think he gives you some versatility but I think offensively he is the type of guy who really understands how to play the game, Sharif said earlier on this sports broadcast the Pelicans are giving a tip this Saturday night in Miami against the heat for the MBA preseason. The regular season begins on December 23 when the Pills battle the Toronto Raptors. Yes, butcher. Your first home game of the season. It’s a Sunday, December 27th, that they greet Fletcher Mackel at the San Antonio Spurs. I am sure if I shock you

Surging Saints ranked # 2 in AP Pro32 poll

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Updated: 8:43 p.m. CST December 10, 2020

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are number one again, at least for this week. After holding the Denver Broncos back, the Chiefs moved up one place, coming back to first place in the latest AP Pro32 poll. The defending champions received 11 out of The 12 votes in first place for 383 points in Wednesday’s vote by media members who regularly cover the NFL. “Patrick Mahomes continues to solidify his case for a second regular season MVP,” said Newsday’s Bob Glauber. “In fact, it’s gotten to a point where it won’t even run out.” The Chiefs travel to Florida on Sunday to take on the improving Miami Dolphins. “The 2020 Dolphins have already exceeded expectations but have only one win (the Los Angeles Rams) against a team that is currently above .500,” said Alex Marvez of Sirius XM’s emerging New Orleans Saints, who have won nine straight also achieved second place in the survey. The Pittsburgh Steelers slipped from first to third place after their 23:17 loss to Washington on Monday. The Steelers have another tough matchup as they headed to Buffalo on Sunday night to face AFC East-leading Bills in one of Week 14’s top games. The Bills stayed in fifth place on the poll. The Green Bay Packers kept their fourth place. The Packers finished in first place. “(Quarterback Aaron) Rodgers is completely comfortable on (Trainer Matt) LaFleur’s offense and might be looking at his third MVP award,” said John Czarnecki of Fox Sports The Los Angeles Rams moved up two spots to sixth after they beat NFC West rivals Arizona Cardinals last weekend. The Rams are slated to open week 14 when they host the New England Patriots on Thursday night. The Cleveland Browns, who have won four straight wins, jumped four places to seventh. The Browns are slated to close Week 14 if they host The AFC north rivals Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. The Seattle Seahawks slipped two places to eighth after their loss to the understaffed New York Giants. The Giants and Washington lead NFC East at 5-7am. “Stop the press: we can stop laughing at NFC East,” said Pro Football Talk’s Charean Williams. “Washington and the Giants are suddenly playing like playoff competitors.” The Seahawks, first associated with the Rams in their division, will host the other team from New York, the winless Jets, on Sunday. The Tennessee Titans and the Indianapolis Colts are a tie. Round off the top 10 for the top spot in the AFC South. The Titans slipped two places to 9th after losing to the Browns, and the Colts dropped to 10th despite holding the Houston Texans back last week.

Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are number 1 again.

At least for this week.

After holding the Denver Broncos back, the Chiefs moved up one place, finishing first in the latest AP Pro32 poll.

The defending champions received 11 of the 12 first-place votes on Wednesday for 383 points in the vote from media members who regularly cover the NFL.

“Patrick Mahomes continues to solidify his case for a second regular season MVP,” said Newsday’s Bob Glauber. “In fact, it comes to a point where for the second it’s not even close.”

The Chiefs travel to Florida on Sunday to take on the improving Miami Dolphins.

“The 2020 Dolphins have already exceeded expectations but have only one win (the Los Angeles Rams) against a team that is currently over .500,” said Alex Marvez of Sirius XM.

“That’s what makes Sunday’s matchup against Kansas City such an interesting measure of how legitimate Miami is in a tough four-game run before the end of the season.”

The up-and-coming New Orleans Saints, who have won nine straight wins, also took second place in the poll.

The Pittsburgh Steelers slipped from the top to third after their 23:17 loss to Washington on Monday. The Steelers have another tough matchup as they travel to Buffalo on Sunday night to face the AFC East-leading Bills in one of the top week 14 games. The bills stayed in fifth place in the survey.

The Green Bay Packers kept their fourth place. The Packers got the remaining first place.

“(Quarterback Aaron) Rodgers is completely comfortable on (Trainer Matt) LaFleur’s offense and could see his third MVP award,” said Fox Sports’ John Czarnecki.

The Los Angeles Rams moved up two places to sixth after outperforming NFC West rivals Arizona Cardinals last weekend. The Rams are slated to open in week 14 when they host the New England Patriots on Thursday night.

The Cleveland Browns, who have won four straight wins, jumped four places to seventh. The Browns are expected to close week 14 when they host AFC north rivals Baltimore Ravens on Monday night.

The Seattle Seahawks slipped two places to eighth after their loss to the New York Giants. The Giants and Washington lead the NFC East with 5-7.

“Stop the press: we can stop laughing at NFC East,” said Pro Football Talk’s Charean Williams. “Washington and the Giants are suddenly playing like playoff competitors.”

The Seahawks, first associated with the Rams in their division, will host the other New York team, the winless Jets, on Sunday.

The Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts, which rank first in the AFC South, round out the top 10. The Titans slipped two places to 9th after losing to the Browns, and the Colts, despite everything, dropped 10th last week holding the Houston Texans back.

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