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Only Rams fans Tre'Quan Smith Jersey Stitched , not Saints fans, should be worried about the Saints offense." NFLThe Saints offensive struggles are overblownNew,50commentsOnly Rams fans, not Saints fans, should be worried about the Saints offense.CSTRumors of the death of New Orleans Saints offense are greatly exaggerated. Just look at this graphic from Fox Sports One’s Colin Cowherd:Misleading graphic much? To quote our friend, Mark Ingram, “Look at the details!”For one, look at the text under “Remaining Teams.” It says, “Since Week 15 with starting QB.” Why Week 15? No reason in particular. Why “with starting QB?” Because they’re trying to be fair and exclude the game Drew Brees didn’t play in Week 17. That means for the Saints, you’re looking at a three-game sample size (Week 15, Week 16, and the divisional round). For the other three teams, it’s a four-game sample size, as each starting QB played in Week 17 for those clubs, and each has only had one playoff game thus far.But let’s take a look at some of those details behind the numbers.Denny Medley-USA TODAY SportsFor one, in Week 15, of the four teams listed above, the Saints were the only team to actually go on and win their game. The Chiefs lost - at home - to the Los Angeles Chargers. The Rams lost - at home -to the Philadelphia Eagles. The New Orleans Saints played on the road at Carolina, and beat the Panthers. The Patriots were the only other of the four teams to play on the road, and they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers.In Week 16, that same Steelers team that beat the Patriots the week before, took the “L” against the Saints back home in the Dome. The Chiefs lost back-to-back games, this time to the Seattle Seahawks on the road. Sure Youth Rick Leonard Jersey , the Patriots and Rams were able to win their games, but it was against the mighty juggernaut Arizona Cardinals and Buffalo Bills.Week 17 is largely irrelevant for the graphic because Drew Brees and the starting Saints offense didn’t play (outside of Michael Thomas), but this graphic includes the games from the other three teams. Again, sure, those teams won, but the Chiefs, Patriots, and Rams faced off against the Raiders, Jets, and 49ers respectively. It’s not like they were putting up big numbers against world-beaters.Bottom line, here is what you need to know about the Saints offense:Yes, the New Orleans Saints “only” put up 20 points of offense up against the Philadelphia Eagles in the divisional round. Understand, though, that the Rams offense (an offense the graphic is not trying to dismiss) “only” put up 23 points against that same Eagles teams, at home in Week 15, in a loss.Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY SportsThe Saints offense did enough to win the game last week, and they played exactly the type of game they needed to to win. After the momentum swung back to the Saints midway through the second quarter, the Saints absolutely dominated the ball. The Eagles could do nothing on offense, and the Saints offense was able to wear out the Philadelphia defense. On the back of an 18-play scoring drive to take the lead in the third quarter, the Saints offense held the ball for a whopping 37 minutes and 50 seconds. The Saints didn’t want to, or have to, score quickly in hopes of winning a shootout. They played exactly the game they wanted to play.In the Rams’ loss to the Eagles in Week 15, the Rams - who scored 23 points - held the ball for only 28:24. That is half of an entire quarter of football less than the Saints in the divisional round. The Rams offense couldn’t put in work against the Eagles defense Rick Leonard Jersey Stitched , couldn’t sustain drives, and couldn’t come out with the win. I know the law of syllogism (if A > B, and B > C, then A > C) doesn’t apply in the NFL. Just because Team A beat Team B, and Team B beat Team C, doesn’t not guarantee Team A will beat Team C. But consider this:The Saints defense was able to do something the Chicago Bears defense, for all their credit, couldn’t do: hold the Eagles offense to under 15 points at home. Granted, weather was a factor, but those same Bears held the Rams offense to only 6 points at home in Week 14 (yeah, Cowherd didn’t include Week 14 in his graphic). If the Saints defense can perform in the playoffs to the same caliber as the Bears, why couldn’t the Saints run a similar game plan against LA as they did against Philadelphia - dominate on defense and control time of possession?Frankly, I’m not worried at this point about the Chiefs and Patriots. Only one of them will make the Super Bowl, and the Saints have to beat the Rams before that even matters. But as far as the Rams go, Rams fans - not Saints fans- should be the ones worried about the Saints offense. NEW ORLEANS (AP) — An egregious mistake by the refs overshadowed the Los Angeles Rams‘ moment of triumph.Too bad.This is one amazing L.A. Story.For all the debate stirred by a blatant penalty that wasn’t called in the closing minutes of the NFC championship game, the Rams thoroughly earned their 26-23 overtime victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.Playing in one of the NFL’s most intimidating road environments, the Rams rallied from an early 13-0 deficit. With the clock winding down, they drove for a tying field goal. And, finally, they came up with a huge interception in overtime to set up Greg Zuerlein’s 57-yard field goal — the longest kick ever to win a playoff game.“We get to play in the Super Bowl,” quarterback Jared Goff said, “and we deserve it.”No doubt.Just three seasons after moving back to Southern California from St. Louis, the Rams completed a remarkable rise to prominence Youth Marshon Lattimore Jersey , led by their 32-year-old wunderkind of a coach, Sean McVay, and the youngest QB ever to win an NFC title. The next stop is Atlanta, where they’ll face the five-time champion New England Patriots in the Feb. 3 Super Bowl.We have a lot of respect for the Saints, but there was an expectation, there was a belief that we were coming in here not to just compete with them but to win the football game,” McVay said. “We knew it was going to be a great challenge, but the guys stayed the course.’Of course, this game will long be remembered for the call that wasn’t on Drew Brees‘ pass to Tommylee Lewis inside the 5-yard line.Beaten badly on the play, Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman leveled Lewis long before the ball arrived — with a helmet-to-helmet hit, no less. Everyone at the Superdome knew it was a penalty. Everyone, that is, except two officials who were staring right at it.Their flags stayed tucked in their pockets, forcing the Saints to settle for Wil Lutz’s 31-yard field goal that made it 23-20 with 1:41 left in regulation.“Came to the sideline, looked at the football gods and was like, ‘Thank you,'” Robey-Coleman said. “I got away with one tonight.”After the no-call, Goff had enough time to get the Rams in position for Zuerlein’s tying field goal, a 48-yarder with 15 seconds remaining.New Orleans won the coin toss and got the ball first in overtime. But, with Dante Fowler Jr. in his face and striking his arm, Brees fluttered up a pass that was picked off by John Johnson III, who was able to hang on to the interception while stumbling backward. Johnson hopped up and celebrated by doing the “Choppa Style” dance popularized by New Orleans rapper Choppa, whose namesake song had become a Saints’ rallying cry.The Rams weren’t able to do much offensively Marshon Lattimore Jersey Stitched , but it didn’t matter. Zuerlein booted through the winning field goal from just inside midfield with plenty of room to spare.“Whether we go through some adversity or we experience some success, we do not let that change us or affect us,” Zuerlein said “We just keep on keeping on.”It was the first home playoff loss for the Saints with Brees and coach Sean Payton, who had been 6-0 at the Superdome since their pairing began in 2006.This one really hurt.If the pass interference penalty had been called, the Saints could’ve run most of the time off the clock to set up a winning field goal from chip-shot range. A replay was shown over and over on the Superdome’s giant video boards, prompting some fans to toss trash on the field.“Being that it happened right there in front of the person who would be the one to make the call, and everyone in the stands saw it, everyone watching at home on TV saw it, that makes it even more difficult to take,” Brees said. “Because of this, I’m sure there will be a lot of talk about reviewing penalties, perhaps game-changing penalties.”The Rams (15-3) will be appearing in its first Super Bowl since the 2001 season, when the “Greatest Show on Turf” was still in St. Louis. The team hasn’t won an NFL title in Los Angeles since 1951, well before the Super Bowl era. The team moved to St. Louis in 1995, only to return to L.A. two decades later.It was another bitter end for the Saints, who lost the previous season in the divisional round on the “Minnesota Miracle” — the Vikings‘ long touchdown pass on the final play of the game.This time, New Orleans (14-4) couldn’t hang on to the lead or overcome that brutal officiating mistake.Payton said he talked to the NFL office after the game and was told that Robey-Coleman should have been flagged.“Not only was it interference, it was helmet to helmet,” the coach said. “I don’t know if there was ever a more obvious pass interference.”

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