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ENEMY LINES
Jeffri Chadiha
September 01, 2003
An opposing scout's view
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September 01, 2003

Enemy Lines

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An opposing scout's view

" Aaron Brooks is one of those guys who runs hot and cold. I think inexperience is his biggest problem; he's still learning how to play under high expectations....

If Brooks can be more consistent, the Saints will be as dangerous as any team in the league. They have three speed receivers—Joe Horn, Donte' Stallworth and Jerome Pathon—who will scare anybody. Plus they've got Deuce McAllister in the backfield, and he can beat you with speed and power....

I think they'll miss Kyle Turley at left tackle, but they still have some talent on their line. LeCharles Bentley is a horse inside....

They've really added some speed to their defense. They saw Tampa Bay winning with a fast defense, and now they're trying to do the same....

Johnathan Sullivan has a lot of potential. He's quick for a big guy, and he's solid against the run....

I really like Darren Howard. He's big, strong, fast and when he comes to play, he's a complete defensive end....

Even though Ashley Ambrose is on the downside of his career, he wasn't a bad signing. They'll have a decent tandem if Dale Carter has his head on straight, because Carter is as talented as any corner in the league."

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