There is one thing that every offensive line coach at every level of the game tells his guys. If you are going to jump you might as well go all out and hit someone. Why not since you are going to get penalized anyhow, right? It's also to make sure the defender doesn't unleash on you because he can since you moved first.Just like Baltimore Ravens defensive lineman Chris Canty...
As we prepare for the Saints first preseason game of the year against the St. Louis Rams, here are the top five things we’ll be looking for throughout the game.
5.) Terron Armstead’s progression at left tackle
Armstead has been one of the more impressive players at Saints camp so far, but he’s got one heck of a matchup to kick off the preseason. The Rams may have the best...
Terron Armstead refused to give up a single pressure in the final game of the New Orleans Saints season even when matched up with productive pass-rushers in Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett. With four starts
under his belt, should Saints fans be looking for a big year from the second-year left tackle? In short: yes. Photo credit to Steven Bisig/USA TODAY Sports.
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I started this year off talking about the pre-season battle to take over the gaping hole at left tackle in the wake of Jermon Bushrod’s departure to Chicago.
Charles Brown eventually won the battle, but not the war.
By the end of the year, Terron Armstead worked his way into the starting lineup and maintained that position until their season’s unfortunate end in Seattle.