Saints snap counts: Davenport gaining ground on starting job
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By John Sigler

The New Orleans Saints soundly defeated Washington on Monday night, with the offense having a nearly-perfect performance and the defense stepping up even with some key injuries. Here’s how the snap counts shook out, per Pro Football Reference:

Kamara may have taken a back seat in this game to Ingram, and that’s OK. Ingram needed the reps to get back up to speed after sitting out a month and getting just one game before the bye week. Kamara was limited all week in practice with a knee injury. Hill’s continued involvement is interesting, and this time he turned it into a touchdown run. It’s even more interesting that Bridgewater, not Hill, was tabbed to fill in for Brees on the game-closing kneel-downs to run out the clock. Those two can coexist.

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This was another standout game from the offensive line, who largely kept Brees clean and paved the way for two Ingram scoring runs. Peat specifically had a nice game as he wasn’t hampered by the ankle injury that delayed his return from a broken leg back in...

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