Week 2: Dissecting the Saints' lines
And being a jaded, crusty sportswriter, I could come up with only one thing: the poor souls were getting screwed again. Sure, the Saints signed QB Drew Brees and drafted Reggie Bush -- potential franchise players who, at the very least, would be sturdy building blocks.
But I have eyes. And guess what they saw? Jammal Brown, Jamar Nesbit, Jeff Faine, Jahri Evans and Jon Stinchcomb -- also known as the motley front-five blocking crew in New Orleans' offense. Having blown up their offensive line in the offseason -- even moving Brown, a rookie success at right tackle in 2005, over to the left side -- the Saints seemingly were conceding '06 to start laying the foundation for their future.
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