Hail or Fail: Redskins' Monday night misery continues against Saints

Hail or Fail: Redskins' Monday night misery continues against Saints

When's the next time the Saints play Washington?

A holding penalty on Norman negated a third-down stop on New Orleans's first drive, which ended in a touchdown, and prompted ESPN analyst Booger McFarland to remark that Norman is no longer the Redskins' best cornerback. But on Monday Night, in primetime, the Saints put the league on notice that they're where they were expected to be heading into the year.

"A total team debauchery and I'm the one in charge of it and I take responsibility for it", Gruden said.

Brees hugged coach Sean Payton and his family on the sidelines, handed the football used on the play to a representative of the American Football Hall of Fame and then went back into the game for a two-point conversion attempt that failed.

Heading into Week 5 action against the Washington Redskins, the New Orlean Saints are off to a strong start to the 2018 season winning three out of the first four games played.

The Saints defense is officially a monster against the run.

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And to match City, Liverpool must be ruthless against "lesser" opponents. "I will support Riyad if the manager chooses him again". And we hope that they come back healthy and play these easy competitions, the Premier League, the Champions League and all this.

The Saints and the Redskins will kick off at 8:15 p.m. E.T. They are also sixth against the run (90.7 yards per game). Here's hoping we get to see these guys match up one more time, just to see what happens on Twitter a few hours later.

There is plenty of time left in this season, but the Redskins need to figure out quickly who exactly they are and what kind of team they want to be.

Alvin Kamara was practically invisible and the Saints COASTED to 43 points. Norman appeared to blow his assignment on Brees's record-setting touchdown pass and found himself on the bench for the Saints' first possession after halftime.

WR Ted Ginn Jr.

Brees set the National Football League all-time completions record last month with number 6,301 to break Favre's career mark. There's no defense that's completely stopping that. We wanted our moment to celebrate Drew Brees becoming the all-time passing yards king while America watched and we got it.

This was, however, a somewhat unusual game for the Saints, largely because star wideout Michael Thomas had a pretty ordinary night.

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