New Orleans Saints fans saw enough of Trevor Siemian during the team’s explosion, a Thanksgiving loss to Buffalo Bills.
The New Orleans Saints have not had much luck since winning the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in week 8. Since then, they have been unbeaten and faced the Buffalo Bills team, which no doubt wanted to get the right game at the expense of the Saints. .
Indeed, that’s exactly what happened when Buffalo blew up New Orleans 31-6. After watching the attack at the helm of Trevor Siemian, some Saints fans basically hoped Drew Brees would leave the NBC broadcast department and get into the game!
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It was far from the best show from Trevor Siemian, who has been a starter after Jameis Winston suffered a season-ending knee injury in the aforementioned Buccaneers match. Admittedly, he didn’t have key players in their attack, like striker Ryan Ramczyk and runners Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram.
During the night, Siemian completed 163 yards on 17 of his 29 throws, one touchdown and one abduction. The touchdown came early in the fourth quarter with an 11-yard touchdown to tight-lipped Nick Vannett. But that result only reduced the deficit to 24-6 at the time.
Now it remains to be seen what head coach Sean Payton will decide in the coming days. The team has no extended break as it prepares to face Dallas Cowboys next Thursday. Will Siemia continue to get started? Or will he turn to Taysom Hill, with whom they signed a four-year extension contract earlier this week?