Is The Saints Going To Bench Andy Dalton? Here’s What We Know
The New Orleans Saints have had a tough go of it this season. They are struggling to win a game and now it looks like they are having turmoil at the quarterback position.
Jameis Winston has been out for the last seven weeks now with an injury causing head coach Dennis Allen to bring in veteran quarterback Andy Dalton to take the place of Winston.
During that period, Dalton had only led the Saints to two wins while losing five games. Basically, Dalton is 2-5 as the starter of the Saints this season. The Saints sit at a dismal 3-7 on the season and sit in third place in the NFC South division. Their record in the division is also under 500 sitting at 1-2.
With that being said, there are reports that Saints head coach Dennis Allen maybe be thinking about making a change at the quarterback position. There are rumors that Winston could get the start against the Los Angeles Rams this Sunday. Allen told ESPN,
I think we've gotta look at everything," Allen said. "Yeah, I think we've gotta look at everything. And that will be a process we go through today and tomorrow as we get ready for the Rams.
Allen said at the time of the switch that Winston was healthy enough to play, and he eventually was not on the injury report, but admitted it's unlikely Winston, who also had a foot injury this season, will be 100%. He said Winston's health will factor into his decision.
We have a question, What about Taysom Hill as a possible replacement? What do y'all think? We have to keep our eye on it this week and see what shakes out.
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