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Saints Flash Greatest Strength Despite ROY Candidate Justin Herbert's Brilliance

the Los Angeles Chargers
the New Orleans Saints
the Detroit Lions
the Tennessee Titans
Uchenna Nwosu
Bay Buccaneers
Carolina Panthers
the NFC South

Justin Herbert
Drew Brees
Mike Williams
Lisa Salters
Peyton Manning
Tom Brady
Michael Badgley
Keenan Allen
Michael Thomas
Justin Jackson
Joshua Kelley
Austin Ekeler
Brad Gagnon
Raheem Morris
Dan Quinn
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Week 16
The Offensive Rookie of the Year

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The New York Times
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Around the water cooler Tuesday—or, because it's 2020, during that lull as you wait for the boss to join your department's Zoom call—the conversation is more likely to focus on Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers than Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. It didn't matter that Herbert threw four touchdown passes to zero interceptions, that the Saints converted just five of 15 third-down attempts, that the Chargers hit on twice as many 20-yard plays (four) as New Orleans (two) or that the Chargers even won the turnover and penalty battles. We had to claw and scratch to come out on top” – Kamara"We did not play very well for the first half of this football game," Brees admitted to ESPN's Lisa Salters after the game, noting that the comeback was simply about "execution.""At the end of the day," he added, "when we can just execute, take care of the football and do all of the winning things that we know we can do, then good things happen."That's somewhat of a cliche, but it perfectly encapsulates the Saints.

As said here by Brad Gagnon