New Orleans is backed into a corner right now

Williams: “We had three lifting sessions that you’d be assigned to one. He would go in and lift in all three sessions. One time Gibbs brought me into his office and pointed to Sean an hour before practice jogging laps around the field and working on footwork drills. I said, ‘Coach, I knew this.’ … He thinks he’s doing it when no one else is watching.

The Saints essentially are back to square one, having to find a way to build a team around a 40-year-old QB by moving around cap numbers and hoping their GM has the magic touch in the draft and with his free agents.

New Orleans is backed into a corner right now, but doing the same things it has been doing will not work. The Saints need radical changes, and those kinds of changes are hard for organizations to make.

But if the Saints ever want to get out of their seven-win rut, they need to make those changes next year, even if it means somebody other than Brees behind center.

The Saints are in a need of a major overhaul if they plans to return to Super Bowl contender status. That overhaul needs to include the general manager, head coach and, potentially, quarterback Drew Brees.

Brees is the greatest player in Saints history, but can the team really afford to commit three years of big salary to a 39-year-old QB in the midst of a rebuild? Would Brees, whose prime years have been wasted by the Saints’ front office, even want to return?

The Saints over the last few years have struggled to build a competent team around Brees. Since their peak from 2009-11, in which they won 37 games and a Super Bowl, the Saints Cheap Jerseys Online China have won more than seven games in a season just once (2013). This year, they Cheap Jerseys Paypal Free Shipping might not reach seven wins for the first time since Brees signed with them in 2006.

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