Saints suffer from offensive casualties ahead of their game in London against Vikings – Hola News

Sports Writing, Sep 30 (EFE) .- The New Orleans Saints of the NFL will not be able to count for their game this Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings in London with Michael Thomas and Andrus Peat, Jameis Winston, Alvin Kamara and Jarvis are also in doubt Landry.

It was reported Friday that Thomas, their star receiver, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, is ruled out with a foot injury and center Andrus Peat is recovering from a concussion.

Saints coach Dennis Allen lamented both losses, also acknowledging that it is unlikely that his quarterback, Jameis Winston, injured in the ankle and back, will be able to play.

“It’s doubtful that Jameis will be around, so our plan at the moment is to use Andy. We’ll see how things go on Saturday, but Andy will be ready to take control”, explained the ‘coach’ about Andy Dalton, backup quarterback.

The Saints-Vikings in London will be the first of five international games that the NFL has scheduled for this 2022 outside the United States, of which three will be in England, one in Germany and one in Mexico.

Given the opportunity to start his first game of the season, Andy Dalton, 34, said he will have no problem running the offense against the Vikings.

“Whatever happens, I know I will be ready. This week I’ve had more than practice time. I know and I am adapted to these guys, ”Dalton detailed.

The Saints also expect an improvement from the discomfort suffered by their running back, Alvin Kamara, injured in a rib; and receiver Jarvis Landry, with an ankle injury.

Kamara is the engine of the running offense, the five-time Pro Bowler was the team’s rushing yards leader in 2021 with 898.

In this campaign, rib problems have only allowed him to accumulate 100 yards that he obtained against the Falcons and Panthers, in weeks one and three; and he missed the game against the Buccaneers.

Sunday’s will be the Saints’ third game in London, albeit the first at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. They have played twice at Wembley Stadium: in 2008 they beat the Chargers 37-32 and in 2017 they beat the Dolphins 20-0.

In addition to this duel, London will host this year’s week five game between Giants and Packers on October 9, also at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and the Broncos-Jaguars from week eight on October 30 at Wembley Stadium.

The NFL international series will be completed with the Seahawks vs. Buccaneers clash at the Allianz Arena in Munich on week 10 and the 49ers-Cardinals match corresponding to week 11 on November 21 at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.

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Saints suffer from offensive casualties ahead of their game in London against Vikings – Hola News