Play of the Day
The final play of practice was the best one. Drew Brees hit Coby Fleener down the seam for a 25-yard touchdown. Fleener was covered by A.J. Klein and Kenny Vaccaro but was still able to reel in a one-handed catch in the end zone. Fleener struggles with consistency, but as I’ve stated many times, these are the types of passes a tight end in this offense must catch.
Early in practice things got lively with wide receiver vs. defensive back one-on-one drills. In all there were thirty passes thrown. Only 11 were completed. Of those, I credited seven pass break-ups.
During this drill, De’Vante Harris and Arthur Maulet stood out most. Maulet didn’t allow a completion; Harris displayed his improved strength with back-to-back jams at the line of scrimmage. He also had a pass break-up.
Offensively, Chase Daniel connected with Jake Lampman on a deep route. Lampman ran an impressive route to beat the defender.
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