There’s hope that the Saints will have the most important player on their offense for Thursday night’s game against the Cowboys. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the current expectation is that running back Alvin Kamara will not play.
The final injury injury report is out for the Saints, as Thursday night's game with the Cowboys is right around the corner to start Week 13. Three players have been ruled out for New Orleans, while a few key starters are questionable going into the game.
Saints running back Alvin Kamara missed the past three games with a knee injury. He was a limited participant in practice all week, and the Saints list him as questionable for Thursday Night Football against the Cowboys.
The New Orleans Saints try to break a four-game losing streak when they host the 7-4 Dallas Cowboys this Thursday night. For the 5-6 Saints to snap their longest losing skid since 2015, they’ll need a much better defensive performance.
It was an ugly showing on Thanksgiving The New Orleans Saints hosted the Buffalo Bills on Thanksgiving in a lopsided affair. New Orleans fell 31-6 and have now lost four straight games after starting the season 5-2.
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton orchestrated a historically prolific offense over his first 15 years with the franchise. In nine of Payton's first ten years as head coach, the Saints had a top-five offensive ranking, finished first or second in eight of those seasons.
Saints quarterback Taysom Hill is working with the first team in practice this week and appears to be on track to start against the Cowboys on Thursday night as long as he can manage the pain caused by a partially torn plantar fascia in his foot.