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Garrett Griffin hauled in 2-of-2 targets for 12 yards and a touchdown in the Saints' NFC Championship loss to the Rams.

Jan 20 - 7:35 PM

Dan Arnold failed to haul in either of his targets in the Saints' NFC Championship loss to the Rams.

Jan 20 - 7:34 PM

Tre'Quan Smith hauled in 1-of-2 targets for 10 yards in the Saints' NFC Championship loss to the Rams.

Jan 20 - 7:33 PM

Ted Ginn hauled in 3-of-6 targets for 58 yards in the Saints' NFC Championship loss to the Rams.

Jan 20 - 7:33 PM

Michael Thomas hauled in 4-of-7 targets for 36 yards in the Saints' NFC Championship loss to the Rams.

After going for 211 yards and a score his first game against the Rams this season, Thomas appeared to be on his way to another big day when he got loose for a 19-yard gain on third down in the first quarter. He was mostly bottled up from that point on, and Drew Brees underthrew him on what should have been an easy touchdown. It was a tough end to a great season for Thomas, who caught nine more passes than any other player in the league and set a wide receiver record with an absurd 85 percent catch rate. Thomas likely will not match that level of efficiency in 2019, but he will be a solid WR1 in fantasy drafts. Headed into the final year of his rookie deal, the Saints should look to lock up their No. 1 receiver this offseason.
Jan 20 - 7:32 PM

Alvin Kamara rushed eight times for 15 yards and hauled in a team-high 11 catches for 96 yards in the Saints' NFC Championship loss to the Rams.

Kamara easily led the team in catches and targets, and he dominated the first drive of the third quarter with four catches and another target at the two. The passing game usage is not a surprise after the versatile runner posted his second 81-catch season in a row in 2018, turning that work into 709 yards and four scores. That passing usage stuck around despite a bigger role in the rushing game this season -- 194/883/14 in just 15 games -- even after Mark Ingram returned from suspension. With Ingram headed to free agency, the workhorse role Kamara occupied the first four weeks could be the norm next season. He will be in the top-five pick conversation in fantasy drafts this summer.
Jan 20 - 7:30 PM

Drew Brees completed 26-of-40 attempts for 249 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception in the Saints' NFC Championship loss to the Rams.

Brees did not have a bad game, but the offense struggled to get much going, especially after the first quarter. Even his long completion to Ted Ginn probably should have at least been batted down. That said, there was not much he could do about his interception in overtime. Hit while throwing, the pass fluttered in the air and into the arm of a defender. Especially since the Saints were a terrible no-call away from winning the game in regulation, it is a tough end to an MVP-caliber season from the just-turned-40-year-old. Even with a slow finish to the year, Brees managed 3,992 yards, 32 touchdowns, and just five interceptions, good enough for a QB8 finish. That is around where he should be drafted in 2019, the final year of his current deal.
Jan 20 - 7:29 PM

Mark Ingram rushed nine times for 31 yards and hauled in two passes for six yards in the Saints' NFC Championship loss to the Rams.

Ingram had a couple nice runs including a 16-yarder on the first drive of the second half, but he struggled to find running room in what could be his final game with the Saints. Headed to free agency, Ingram averaged 13.25 touches per game after returning from his four-week suspension, finishing the regular season with 645 rushing yards, 170 receiving yards, and seven touchdowns. He will likely be looking for lead back work on the open market, and he could work his way into the RB1 conversation if he lands in the right spot.
Jan 20 - 7:29 PM
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