New Orleans Saints
Alvin Kamara News:Alvin Kamara Is A Monster
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 4:51 PM America

Alvin Kamara is on a torrid pace in his second season and there’s no slowing down. Over the offseason, there was plenty of talk that Alvin Kamara might be headed for a sophomore slump. That the odds of him replicating his 2017 Season in which he won Offensive Rookie of the Year were slim to none. That opposing defenses would have tape on him for 2018 and be able to greatly limit what he could do this year.

The bottom line is that Alvin Kamara is averaging 143 yards from scrimmage through three games in 2018. Last year he was averaging 97 yards per game. The pace will slow down once Mark Ingram returns in Week 4. There’s no doubt of that. But what we’re seeing from Kamara so far this season is staggering.

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We’re starting to see the emergence of a running back along the lines of Marshall Faulk. And, yes, that’s saying a lot. Faulk, in his 1999 Season, put up 2,429 yards from scrimmage. That’s a 151 yard per game average. Kamara is getting close. That was Faulk’s sixth year in the league and his first year with the Rams.

Alvin Kamara became just the second player in the Super Bowl era with at least 15 rushes and 15 receptions in a single game, according to ESPN Stats and Information (the other was the Vikings' Rickey Young in 1979). Kamara was the first RB with 15 catches in a game since Atlanta's William Andrews in 1981.Saints coach Sean Payton insisted that he didn't want to overwork Kamara during Mark Ingram's four-game suspension. But all of the Saints' games have been close -- and Kamara is just too good every time he touches the ball.

the fact is that Kamara is as much a receiver as a runner. Though he’s also extremely talented as a runner, his greatest strength is catching the ball and then making things happen in the open field. Should the Saints decide to move on from Mark Ingram in 2019, if he demands too much money, the Saints will be fine with Kamara and whoever else they line up along with him.


New Orleans Saints 5 player not on the practice field Wednesday

The New Orleans Saints prepare to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 14, but there are five players not on the practice field Wednesday.

During the portion of practice open to the media, The Saints running back Mark Ingram, left tackle Terron Armstead, rookie wide receiver Michael Thomas, center Max Unger and tight end Josh Hill were not observed on the field.

Ingram missed two days of practice in Week 13 due to the toe injury.

Armstead originally suffered the knee injury in Week 2 and has missed six games on the season.

Thomas's and Unger's absences from the practice field have unkonwn reason.

Hill suffered a broken fibula when played against Detroit in Week 13.

However, Linebacker Craig Robertson and rookie running back Daniel Lasco were observed on the practice field. Robertson left Week 13's game with an undisclosed injury early midway through the fourth quarter. Also, Lasco has missed the five previous weeks of action while battling a hamstring injury.

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