In a Copycat League, the New Orleans Saints Are Drawing Blueprints for the NFL

Posted: 24th November 2009 by Paul Augustin, Jr. in NFL
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Coaches and players spend countless hours per week watching game film on their upcoming opponents. They often look to see how other teams have beaten their next foe when formulating the week's game plan. The NFL has been often called a "copycat" league because of the way trends develop. The Miami Dolphins shocked the New England Patriots with the introduction of the Wildcat offense last season. Now, just about every team has run some variation of the Wildcat this year. Everyone is looking at the Saints this year, not only in trying to figure out how to beat them, but teams are also looking at how the Saints have beaten their opponents. Three teams have seen their seasons go from promising to desperate since playing New Orleans this year. á Week Four: New York Jets Rookie quarterback Mar ...

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