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Week 2 was crazy across https://www.thesaintsfanshop.com/Michael-Thomas-Jersey the NFL https://www.thesaintsfanshop.com/Alex-Anzalone-Jersey , and there’s just no other way to put it. The New Orleans Saints picked up their first victory of the year after surviving the Cleveland Browns, who missed two field goals and two extra points. The 21-18 win was an important first step for Sean Payton’s squad, but they clearly have a ways to go. Here’s a look at the snap count detail and playing time percentage for the black and gold. (Note: All data is provided by the NFL)OffenseMax Unger, Larry Warford, Ryan Ramczyk, Terron Armstead, Drew Brees - 66 (100%) Brees went 28-of-35 for 243 yards and 2 touchdowns. His rating was 114.6, and was sacked three times on the afternoon.Andrus Peat - 60 (91%)Michael Thomas - 58 (88%)Thomas overcame an early fumble to turn in 12 catches for 89 yards (7.4 yards per reception) and 2 touchdowns on 13 targets. Thomas’ 28 receptions through the first two games is a new NFL record, which was previously held by Andre Rison (26) in 1994.Benjamin Watson - 54 (84%)Watson had 3 catches for 19 yards on 5 targets.Alvin Kamara - 51 (77%)The Saints didn’t have a strong ground attack, but Kamara led the way with 46 yards on 13 attempts (3.5 yards per carry). He had a two-point conversion to go along with 6 grabs for 53 yards on 6 targets. He also fielded a punt due to the Tommylee Lewis injury.Josh Hill - 39 (59%)Hill had a lone reception for 5 yards on his one target.Austin Carr - 32 (48%)One target for Carr, which could have been that touchdown. It drew an interference call that did set the Saints up with a 1st and Goal Khairi Fortt Jersey , however.Ted Ginn Jr. - 30 (45%)Ginn also fumbled, but finished with 4 grabs for 55 yards on 7 targets. That long pass play of 42 yards set up the eventual game-winning field goal. However, it wasn’t a strong showing for Ginn, who didn’t seem anywhere on par with Drew Brees on the three misses.Zach Line, Tre’Quan Smith - 22 (33%)Line had a lone reception for 4 yards, and Smith got the first reception of his NFL career for 18 yards, but was targeted just once.Mike Gillislee - 9 (14%)8 carries for 18 yards (2.3 yard average) - Mark Ingram is missed.Josh LeRibeus, Jermon Bushrod, Jonathan Williams - 6 (9%)Williams had a lone carry for -1 yards - Mark Ingram is missed.Marcus Williams - 1 (2%) Victory formationDefenseMarcus Williams - 62 (100%)Williams had 2 tackles, a pass defense, and an https://www.thesaintsfanshop.com/Alvin-Kamara-Jersey interception that he was 15 yards away from scoring on. The pick was reminiscent of what we saw during training camp.Marshon Lattimore Tommylee Lewis Color Rush Jersey , Ken Crawley - 61 (98%)Lattimore had 5 combined tackles, including a tackle for loss, while Crawley had 4 combined tackles, a tackle for loss, and a pass defense. The late Antonio Callaway touchdown saw Crawley get burned in coverage.Cameron Jordan - 60 (97%)Jordan picked up 2.0 sacks on the day, finishing with a stat line of 2 total tackles, 2 tackles for loss, and 2 quarterback hits.Sheldon Rankins - 50 (81%)Rankins had the other sack for the Saints, and added 5 total tackles, a tackle for loss, and 2 quarterback hits.A.J. Klein - 48 (77%)Klein tied for the team lead in tackles made in Week 2 https://www.thesaintsfanshop.com/Michael-Hoomanawanui-Jersey , finishing with 9 combined (6 solo). David Onyemata, Demario Davis - 42 (68%)Onyemata had 4 combined tackles, while Davis tied Klein for a team-high 9 combined tackles (3 solo). Davis also had a tackle for loss.Patrick Robinson - 41 (66%)5 combined tackles and a very questionable pass interference call that helped the Browns get into the end zone.Vonn Bell - 40 (65%)Another defensive player to finish with 5 combined tackles (tied with four players for second-highest in Week 2)Alex Okafor - 39 (63%)Manti Te’o - 35 (56%)Taylor Stallworth - 26 (42%)Alex Anzalone, Kurt Coleman, Marcus Davenport - 23 (37%)Mitchell Loewen - 4 (6%)P.J. Williams - 2 (3%)Special Teams (Top Reps)Craig Robertson, Taysom Hill - 23 (85%)Chris Banjo - 17 (63%)Justin Hardee - 16 (59%)J.T. Gray - 15 (56%) The Saints have done it ladies and gentlemen. They have knocked off the LA Rams and found them selves at the top of the NFL power rankings. There was so much celebration that cell towers went back to 2G and Michael Thomas had to use a flip phone to call the game. I was up north at a Bar and Grill watching last weeks game with some Saints fans and we had that entire place on another level. It seems like things are swinging in the balance for New Orleans now. Your fantasy team was also swinging haymakers last week if you had Drew Brees, Alvin Kamara, or Michael Thomas. Those three alone led fantasy points on Draft Kings. Something else to celebrate as a State is that more than 90 percent of Louisiana approved Fantasy Sports Contests on November 6th and after the first of the year we can all start making a little cash out of the pastime we love. Thanks to all the voters who made this possible. Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY SportsSo now we’ve arrived at Week 10. Today the Saints face off with the Cincinnati Bengals and there’s some key factors to look into if you’re playing some players from this one in your lineups today. Major news on the Saints side of the ball is that Dez Bryant was signed on Thursday and after one day he’s out for the rest of the season with a torn Achilles. You hate to see this for any athlete and if you were one of the players who scooped him up you’re left with a very crappy feeling inside ( I promise there’s still other players brewing up big numbers coming in the near future). Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesThe Bengals have some Wide Receiver woes of their own. News dropped last week that A.J. Green was in a walking boot but would be a go for today’s matchup. Turns out that the toe injury he’s suffering is more serious than they thought. So with Green being out there’s speculation on who the top guys should be this week but the usual suspect should have some company today.Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty ImagesBengals players that I see shining today include Tyler Boyd and John Ross. Ross is my key guy. He’s coming off an injury and is someone to really could do some damage deep down the field. The Saints defense can tend to let those deep shots get to them and that’s something that Ross can bring to the table. Tyler Boyd is obviously a must start after this huge year he’s having. You just can’t go wrong with the guy at this point and you can’t bench him even if you wanted to with AJ green being out. With the Saints still giving up 36 points on average to Wide Receivers, start your Bengals Receivers!Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty ImagesI don’t really know what more to tell you on the Saints side of the ball other than start em all! This Cincinnati Defense is complete TRASH! They allow 23 points on average to Quarterbacks, 23 to Running Backs, 27 to Wide Receivers Josh LeRibeus Jersey , 11 to Tight Ends, and 9 to Kickers. With a defense like that you go all in at the card table and don’t look back. There’s always the possibility that some crazy spark on defense happens and they wake up today with the hottest team in the NFC visiting town, but that’s the risk you take with numbers glowing like these. I’m playing Benjamin Watson, Alvin Kamara, and Wil Lutz in my lineups today. For any and all NFL Start/Sit questions you have, feel free to ask me on Twitter @GarageGuyChase

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