The New Orleans Saints traveled to the Nation’s Capital this weekend for a matchup with the Washington Soccer Staff.
No sightseeing, no monument selfies, and no time to absorb the surroundings. It is a enterprise journey for quarterback Jameis Winston and his Saints head coach, Sean Payton.
With every group seeking to get above .500 with their third win of the yr, the weekly hypothesis about who would possibly come out on high has been considerably tied to which gamers will truly seem on this contest.
To take action, Washington goes to be with out extensive receivers Dyami Brown and Cam Sims, cornerback Danny Johnson, defensive finish Shaka Toney, guard Brandon Scherff, and new tight finish, Jace Sternberger.
Excellent news is, each extensive receiver Curtis Samuel and working again Antonio Gibson are energetic for this weekend, for the WFT.
In the meantime, New Orleans can be enjoying with out sort out Terron Armstead, quarterback Ian E-book, defensive finish Jayln Holmes, extensive receiver Lil’Jordan Humphrey, heart Erik McCoy, and defensive again, Desmond Trufant.
Earlier than the gameday inactive experiences even got here out, we already knew the WFT can be enjoying with out rookie extensive receiver Dyami Brown, and fellow receiver Cam Sims.
Veteran guard Brandon Scherff was additionally dominated out Friday with a knee damage.
So, three key members of Washington’s roster out earlier than we even acquired to Sunday, and no less than 4 extra listed as questionable as working again Antonio Gibson, linebacker Cole Holcomb, extensive receiver Curtis Samuel, and defensive sort out Daron Payne all carried that designation coming into the weekend.
We additionally knew extensive receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden was more likely to be energetic for his first recreation of the yr after being elevated from the apply squad on Saturday.
For the Saints, two key offensive linemen had been identified to be lacking in motion earlier than the tip of the week, as heart Erick McCoy and sort out Terron Armstead had been each dominated out, on Friday.
Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore was listed on the damage report with a hand damage all week, however was cleared earlier than the weekend, as was security J.T. Grey who appeared on Thursday with a again damage.
Now that we all know who will and will not be enjoying on this one, all eyes can flip to these suiting up for the Washington Soccer Staff and New Orleans Saints, respectively.
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