Winston signed a one year deal with the Saints and will absolutely be the starter. Hill's deal was extended/restructured to an absurd 4 year/$140mil....but the last three years are voidable. And by voidable that means there is a 100% chance those years will be voided.
The only way Winston wont be the long term solution for the Saints is if he signs a monster deal with another team in 2022. I think he'll do well though this year and the Saints will lock him up. This will be the first winning team Winston's started for and he should do great with Payton as a coach. That is to say, no more dumb Arians' plays like 40 yard bombs on 3rd and 1. With Hill probably taking those plays I can see Winston throwing for 4800 yards, 30 TD's, with half as many INT's (15).
Brees was pro-police brutality? Didn't know that.
It's all about selective perception, Alfie...
All 3 INTS ended on the Packers half of the field, none even close to midfield, all 3 were Mike Evans targets. Bucs up 28-10 before all that started.
First one an out and up and Evans stopped running...coulda caught it if he didn't stop in his tracks when he saw the DB cut across five yards in front of him. INT returned to maybe the GB 25 yd line.
Second one was a bullet down the middle a little high that Evans tipped around the GB 10-yd line and if he jumped he might have caught it and his momentum would have taken him in for an easy TD. INT around the goal line returned to maybe the 20.
Third one Brady pressured by a nickel D in slot coverage who came around the corner and was in Brady's face and he threw it sideline down around the 25 where he thought Evans would be. Evans didn't look back the whole play and when he turned around finally what shoulda have been a jump ball reception was the DB falling out of bounds at the GB 23.
The first and third INTs Evans never looked for the ball...weird...maybe didn't want to get crunched if he turned his head.
Yeah...Brady's the luckiest QB of all time...all planned by Goddell and his script writers to help his good buddy, Kraft, for 9 SUPES and then to help his new found friends, the Glazer family, so Brady could make it 7 outta 10 SUPE wins.
Kneeling wasn't a diss to the Anthem or the American flag in any way. It was peaceful act done to raise awareness about police brutality, which happens to be illegal in all 50 states. How on earth you could think kneeling was the more disrespectful act of the two is a mystery. Telling people they can't kneel whenever or wherever they want is as delusional as it is un-American.
The second "anthem" is a new feature in the NFL. When 5-star supreme snowflakes all lost their minds about the kneeling, there was just one song. The second one was added for you, not for "them". By the way, kneeling when white people aren't paying attention does nothing to raise awareness of the issue at hand.
Fun fact: Kaepernick sat on the bench during the anthem at first. A member of the military said that kneeling would be the more respectful way of sending his message. If you have a problem with a harmless, peaceful message being sent during the National Anthem, take it up with a Marine near you.