2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
3-2, 2nd in NFC South
Why Clark and Kimes are picking the Saints comfortably over the Seahawks (1:00)
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Saints S Jenkins lassoes stake in Prem's Burnley

Three-time Pro Bowl safety Malcolm Jenkins has become a minority investor in the Premier League's Burnley FC after touring historic Turf Moor stadium in England and watching the Clarets play Manchester City on Saturday.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Jameis Winston said he made it a priority to find Alvin Kamara in the passing game Sunday after he had zero targets in Week 4 and just 10 catches in the first four weeks. And he said they'll continue to work on it during the bye. Kamara had five catches for 51 yards and a touchdown Sunday and just missed out on a potential 67-yard TD catch that bounced out of his fingertips when he got behind the defense on a wheel route.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

After facing questions all week about why the Saints don't open up their passing offense more, they threw on their first five attempts Sunday -- and Jameis Winston threw his first interception since Week 2. Winston tried to hit Taysom Hill deep, but the pass was undercut by LB Cole Holcomb.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints' healthy inactives Sunday at Washington: WR Lil'Jordan Humphrey, QB Ian Book, CB Desmond Trufant and DE Jalyn Holmes. They previously ruled out LT Terron Armstead (elbow) and C Erik McCoy (calf). They also released DT Christian Ringo on Saturday and signed/elevated WR Kenny Stills and OT Jordan Mills from the practice squad.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Jameis Winston was asked about the idea of whether Saints coach Sean Payton trusts him enough to hand him the keys of the offense — and said he expects that to evolve over time, saying it didn't happen with Drew Brees in just four weeks.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards169.431st
Rushing Yards125.89th
Points For25.49th
Points Against18.24th