Jameis’ decisions weren’t the issue, but the throws are what led the Saints to lose the game

The offense is simply not there. The Saints made huge offseason improvements and on paper this offense should be doing better than the offense last year. Through eight quarters of football, the offense has existed for one and a half of them. 

There is no doubt that the Saints offense has the talent to put up points. We saw it in Atlanta when the team put up 17 points in 12 minutes. It’s beyond capable of putting up points. Two pro bowl receivers, an NFL ready rookie receiver, and an all pro running back (who didn’t play vs Tampa). The question however isn’t about the talent, but more so a question of chemistry and mistakes. 

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